Wwoman / Let Us Sleep Together
Album: Let Us Sleep Together   Collection:General
Artist:Wwoman   Added:May 2017

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2017-06-01 Pull Date: 2017-08-03
Week Ending: Jul 30 Jul 23 Jul 2 Jun 18 Jun 11 Jun 4
Airplays: 1 2 1 1 2 1

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 29, 2017: Music Casserole
Let Us Sleep Together
4. Jun 29, 2017: moodswings
We Came Home In The Dark
2. Jul 22, 2017: Old Fart at Play
New Ferments
5. Jun 12, 2017: Everything A to Z week 90
Let Us Sleep Together
3. Jul 16, 2017: The Daily Bump
New Ferments
6. Jun 08, 2017: FMF
New Ferments

Album Review
Reviewed 2017-06-01
Wwoman/Let Us Sleep Together. Psychedelic, dreamy indie rock with a few ominous twists in certain songs. Lots of spacey synth give the album its distinct feel, though drums feature heavily on a number of songs, with a few guitar solos here and there. Almost all songs are worth playing on radio if you’re feeling dreamy. This is Wwoman’s first studio album, so expect a lot more from them as they work to continue improving their sound over the upcoming years. Have drawn clear influences from a number of groups – most notably Tame Impala, Deerhunter, and Toro y Moi. Try 2,4,5,1,10

1)*(5:02) Upbeat opening with synth. Strange murmuring noises come in behind the synth and add an offsetting vibe. Opening beat remains same throughout song, 2)**(4:17) Opens with funky, chipper synth, followed by groovy bass guitar and driving drums, 3)(1:09) Short, ominous sounding transition song, 4)**(2:54) Slow beginning that picks up as drums speed up. Nice guitar solo near end, 5)*(4:11) Fast, groovy, disco synth throughout song. Dreamy vocals laced over synth, 6)(2:25) Super fast, oozy synth with drums that drive song in background. Slows down majorly midway through, 7)(5:00) FCC(ass) Lullabye-esque synth that changes tones shifting from dreamy to ominous throughout song, 8)(1:04) Cool, spacey transition song, 9)(2:50) Slow song with electric guitar strumming throughout over synth, 10)*(5:10) Very different from all other songs. Opens with drumming. Sweet guitar solo midway through. Becomes more spacey as song continues.

Track Listing
1. We Came Home In The Dark   6. Don't Wanna Be You
2. Waste Our Summer   7. Eating Ass
3. Dp   8. Anna
4. New Ferments   9. Don In Space
5. Where's My Lover   10. Let Us Sleep Together