Following up on Wet's breathtaking "Move Me" and subsequent remix by TÂCHES, the band has teamed with Portuguese-bred producer Purple of the consistently good WEDIDIT Collective to remix "Don't Wanna Be Your Girl". The remix can be downloaded for free or streamed in its entirety via the soundcloud link above. Stay tuned for debut albums from both artists in 2015 and, in the meantime, catch Wet's excellent live set on tour this fall at any of the dates listed below.
10/27/14 - Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA
10/28/14 - Boot & Saddle - Philadelphia, PA
10/30/14 - Music Hall of Williamsburg - Brooklyn, NY *
10/31/14 - Music Hall of Williamsburg - Brooklyn, NY *
11/01/14 - U Street Music Hall - Washington, DC *
11/02/14 - Cats Cradle - Carrboro, NC *
11/03/14 - Exit In - Nashville, TN *
11/04/14 - The Earl - Atlanta, GA *
11/06/14 - Fitzgerald's - Houston, TX *
11/08/14 - Club Dada - Dallas, TX *
11/10/14 - Larimer Lounge - Denver, CO *
11/11/14 - Urban Lounge - Salt Lake City, UT *
11/13/14 - Constellation Room - Santa Ana, CA *
11/14/14 - El Rey Theatre - Los Angeles, CA *
11/15/14 - Mezzanine - San Francisco, CA *
11/18/14 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, OR *
11/19/14 - Imperial - Vancouver, BC *
11/20/14 - Neumos - Seattle, WA *
11/23/14 - 7th St. Entry - Minneapolis, MN
11/24/14 - Schubas - Chicago, IL
11/26/14 - Garrison - Toronto, ON
* w/ SOHN
Wet began as a long-distance collaboration between Providence, New York, and Los Angeles--long email threads of garageband demos, zip files full of poorly organized MIDI files and sample folders, and so many nameless mp3s of disembodied vocals or abandoned instrumentals. All of which culminated in their self-titled debut EP released on Neon Gold Records in October 2013.
The beating heart of Wet's slow motion minimal pop is singer Kelly Zutrau's voice, ethereal and primal in its vulnerability and its emotive clarity; a pulse given corporeal form by the playful and concise production work of multi-instrumentalists Joe Valle and Martin Sulkow. Their self-titled debut EP is out now, on the internet.
Credit: Sydney Shen
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