• A Study Of Wolf Culture In Modern Music

    24 Jun 2008, 18:15 by Ryanwasoba

    I write for the alt-weekly paper in St. Louis, and I was recently assigned a small blurb on the band Wolf Eyes. Wolf Eyes is a noise band from Ann Arbor, Michigan whose musical output resembles what I imagine a timber wolf attack would sound like. I found that not all wolf bands are as sonically literal as Wolf Eyes. For example, Wolf Parade doesn’t necessarily sound like a parade of wolves. They sound like an indie pop band from Montreal, because that is what they are. Spazz-rock band Aids Wolf is also from Montreal, so we can assume that at some point somebody in Quebec didn’t wear a wolf condom. Perhaps the most comprehensively named band in the Montreal wolf-rock genre is electro-rock group “We Are Wolves.” Quebec apparently can’t escape the wolf; the J Geils Band released a “Live In Montreal 1968” album with Peter Wolf on vocals. Peter Wolf hails from Worcester, Massachusettes, but Peter and The Wolf is a band from Austin, Texas. …