Brooklyn and Purchase, NY indie rock/shoegaze project Wry Climate released the EP 'Radio Tower Pulse' this week. Hear it here.
Soundcheck.org weighed in, "The music of Wry Climate feels like waking
up early, bleary-eyed and trying to piece together some half-forgotten
dream. With songs that blend the laconic pop of Real Estate with a
slow-building wash of shoegaze-y noise, the New York-based recording
project-turned-band of Dan Nelson creates a wistful tone."
Blackbook raved, "It's recommended if you like Cheatahs, Real Estate, and daydreaming."
CMJ called it "a jolt of sonic collage art."
Pop Matters opined, "New York’s Wry Climate inventively updates ‘90s
shoegaze riffs with notes of dreampop and bits of noise, turning their
subtly complex tunes into something much more than the sum of their
parts. The group has earned comparisons from Deerhunter to Dirty
Projectors to Pavement, meaning they’re in good, eclectic company."