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“Slinky” - BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens

“...the fast rising star is now bringing his Europe-dominating dark pop stateside” - Billboard

“He’s The Weeknd without the nasty aftertaste, Drake without the crying after sex” – DIY

“Imagine if Lana Del Rey and Fever Ray made songs together” – NYLON

“Blends body quaking beats in surprising configurations, trap inflections and darkly melancholic R&B” – VICE's Noisey

“What it would sound like if SOHN, Drake and Phoenix had a threesome on a big pile of sequins” – Jezebel

“Add to the list of rule-benders mixing the fringes of modern R&B and electronic music” – Pigeons and Planes
Oscar and the Wolf releases his own infectious Deep Summer Remix of current single “Fever".

Oscar and the Wolf released his Oscar and the Wolf EP via Neon Gold Records.

Max Colombie details: “In the run-up to Summer 2018 I felt I could provide a new facet to my latest single ‘Fever’. It already harboured hints of 90’s Eurotrance and Ibiza combined, but I knew I could still take it one step further. I wanted it to sound more like a Calvin Harris remix, purposed for an after-hours club, rather than a peak time festival set. The result is a restrained, yet effective edit gleaming of summer.”

“Fever” is the latest track to be taken from his new album Infinity which has already reached in excess of 30 million streams.

Oscar and the Wolf, the working moniker of Belgian artist Max Colombie, created and wrote much of his second album Infinity at home in Brussels following the release of his debut, 2015’s Entity. The success and consequent workload - the album attained triple platinum status at home in Belgium, gold in Holland and saw Oscar & The Wolf ever-present at festivals across Europe - resulted in a period of intense-self exploration and much of Infinity is Colombie’s reflective overview on this part of his life.

Oscar and the Wolf is currently on the road hitting festivals across Europe, and will be back for headline shows this fall.

Tour dates:

Date City Venue
8.9 Budapest, Hungary Sziget Festival
8.15-17 Hasselt, Belgium Pukkelpop Festival
8.17-19 Hamburg, Germany MS Dockville
10.12 Tbilisi, Georgia Monument
10.26 Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
11.5 Paris, France L’Olympia
11.13 Berlin, Germany Kesselhaus
11.14 Hamburg, Germany Mojo
11.15 Cologne, Germany Essigfabrik
11.24 Amsterdam, The Netherlands Ziggo Dome
Source Gold Altas

July 24, 2018 3:54pm ET by Gold Altas  

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