Wildcard (week 38):
Mazy – Flowers

If you always wondered how Tame Impala would sound if they incorporated Madchester-kind of beats, Iโ€™ve got the answer. Please, meet Mazy, a stomping neo-psychedelic band from Marrickville, near Sydney!

Mazy consists of Ben Tierney (vocals, guitar), Tim Grimes (keys, percussion, vocals) and Sam Clayton (bass, vocals). So far, they havenโ€™t been the most prolific band on earth, to put it mildly. Until this year, they released one single in 2017 and one in 2018. But in 2021 theyโ€™ve come up to speed, with two singles so far.

Their latest, Flowers, is a real treat. It dives into the sound of the โ€˜60s with a Beach Boys-like chorus, brass elements, guitar riffs, synth arpeggios and driving drums. After a magical breakdown, the track speeds up to finish in a flurry of colourful harmonies and instrumentation. It was mixed by Kim Moyes from The Presets.

Flowers is a truly a-Mazy-ng song. Itโ€™s the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard, so itโ€™ll spice up the upper regions of this blog for a whole week.

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In the Wildcards 2021 playlist youโ€™ll find all of this yearโ€™s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.

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