MP3 Windom Earle - Gold Wave
"Motifs worked to perfection, grafting together surf, new wave, math rock and the aforementioned orch-pop element to excellent, energetic, harmonious effect." - Montreal Mirror
10 MP3 Songs
POP: New Wave, ROCK: Instrumental Rock
No matter where Windom Earle plays music, a karaoke dance party inevitably breaks out.
Windom Earle is a collective of friends and musicians who play a mixture of instrumental new wave synth pop and indie rock.
Stephan MacLeod started recording and playing shows as Windom Earle in Charlottetown, PE in 1998. He''s released four albums as Windom Earle, and has produced albums for Juan Love, Sharp Like Knives, The Jeff Coll Five, and Operation Impact.
Currently based out of the North End in Halifax, NS, Windom Earle is comprised of Stephan MacLeod (guitar), Brad MacDougal (drums), Matt Pollard (bass), Nathan Pilon (sax), Nicole Anaka (glockenspiel), and Jen Clarke (synth).
Windom Earle has showcased at SXSW, Pop Montreal, Sappy Fest, and The Halifax Pop Explosion. They have shared the stage with Buck 65, Akron/Family, Japanther, and Books On Tape.
Windom Earle''s latest release, "Gold Wave" topped the charts in CKDU''s top 100 albums of 2006.
Windom Earle gives techno such a wedgie, it might be more human.”
—Doug Taylor (The Coast – Halifax''s Weekly)
"... motifs worked to perfection, grafting together surf, new wave, math rock and the aforementioned orch-pop element to excellent, energetic, harmonious effect."
— Rupert Bottenberg (The Mirror – Montreal''s Weekly)
" ...these guys are the shit."
— Evan Davies (Now Magazine – Toronto''s Weekly)
"Combining equal parts The Go! Team, Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet and New Order, Windom Earle make music that makes you want to dance."
—Michael Edwards (Exclaim! Canada''s Music)
"These guys totally smoke...I listen to it as i drive 200 kilometres an hour to work everyday."
—Tom Lucier (Shane & Tom''s Squeezebox Podcast)
Film and Television Placement:
Various Goodie Bag Videos (dir. Kerby Ferguson)
"Growing Op" (dir. Michael Melski)
"Willow Street Project" (dir. Mark Mullane)
"Pop In Sessions" (dir. Andrew Watt)
"This is What 110% Smells Like " (dir. Mat Dunlap)
"Picnicface Presents..." (dir. Andrew Bush)
"McInnes Cooper Recruitment Video"
"Foodjammers" (Food Network)
"Later That Stevening" (dir. Mark Palermo)
"Latter Daze" (dir. Andrew Bush)
"Focus Group Therapy" (dir. Michael Melski)
"Birthday Girl" (dir. Jeff Coll)
"Lonelyest" (dir. Scott MacDonald)
"Zippy Whipcracker" (dir. Kerby Ferguson)
"The Mighty Peking Man" (dir. Bill Matthews)
Closing music to CBC Radio One''s "Lost and Found" with Matt Rainnie
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