Wildcard (week 38):
Mazy – Flowers

If you always wondered how Tame Impala would sound if they incorporated Madchester-kind of beats, I’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 haven’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 they’ve come up to speed, with two singles so far.

Their latest, Flowers, is a real treat. It dives into the sound of the ‘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. It’s the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard, so it’ll spice up the upper regions of this blog for a whole week.

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In the Wildcards 2021 playlist you’ll find all of this year’s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.

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