A confluence of musicianship and production stemming from both coasts, Woves emits a blacklight from between the darker folds of the alt-wave scene. Singer-Songwriter and LA-based producer Josh Ricchio (Freak Owls, Pela, Will Phåråoh), NYC-based producer Kolby Wade (Imaginary People, Will Phåråoh), and singer-songwriter Emily Zuzik (Moby, Enchanted Kids, Tim Lefebvre) unite their respective influences to create thematic indie-electronic songs, reminiscent of a drive through the neon lights of nostalgic nights.
Ricchio and Wade layer palpitating synths and opalescent guitars with analog drum machines underneath Zuzik’s seductive and mesmerizing alto, weaving threads of every color in and around the confines of every song. Ricchio lends his voice to backing and lead throughout, both vocalists feeding off of each other’s disparate styles.
“Here is the story of when your crazy ex calls in the middle of the night and you have finally learned not to pick up. It brings up all the good and bad and messed up shit you have been through a million times thinking it will be different. But it’s the start of a new direction.”