KCRW Presents: Wild Nothing The Brooklyn indie-rock band made the cross-country trek to KCRW's Santa Monica headquarters. Hear a session from Morning Becomes Eclectic with host Jason Bentley.

KCRW Presents: Wild Nothing

KCRW Presents: Wild Nothing

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Set List

  • "Golden Haze"
  • "Confirmation"
  • "The Witching Hour"
  • "Our Composition Book"
  • "Your Rabbit Feet"
  • "Live in Dreams"
  • "Velocity Girl"
  • "Summer Holiday"

Wild Nothing's shimmery, 1980s-inspired electro-pop was on full display when the band stopped by our studios for a live session. A few words come to mind when I hear this music; to name two, it's undeniably dreamy and nostalgic. It doesn't invoke any particular time, but it generally creates a reflective mood as its music washes over you.

Frontman Jack Tatum — who names The Wake, Cocteau Twins and Go-Betweens as early influences on his musical style — treated us to songs off his band's debut EP and LP. Wild Nothing showed a confidence that can only be developed through constant touring, which makes this a set worth revisiting.