Air Review is a band from Dallas, Texas which has been hibernating in a converted garage of an unassuming suburban house without air conditioning or heating for most of this past year. This garage is where the quintet carefully crafted their upcoming masterfully composed full-length album, Low Wishes, to be released by Velvet Blue Music (Huntington Beach, CA) and Spune (DFW, Texas) January 29th, 2013. This self-produced and recorded, pop infused indie record gracefully combines folk influences with synthesizers, beats and noisy guitars. It is soft and subtle at times, yet unmistakably anthemic, complete with magnificent choruses.
Air Review has become one of the most requested artists on north Texas’ 91.7 KXT andcaught the attention of The Huffington Post and CMJ who claimed it was “a very different sound from other folk-pop groups and considered the band one to watch“.
The band’s dynamic live shows have landed them support slots for acts such as Flaming Lips, Portugal. The Man, Grimes and School of Seven Bells. Their knack for engaging melodies has turned heads around the world securing
licensing with the International Olympic Committee and Levi’s.
Low Wishes is a nostalgic look at growing into adulthood and an affirmation of the belief that there is something more to life. Without hesitation, Air Review is clearly poised to stand out in a big way in 2013, simply by staying the course it has already set.
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