Although based on aggressive synth sounds and syncopated beats, the song is classy and seductively catchy due to Sarah Villaraus’s sultry vocals and irresistible hooks.
It was mixed by Grammy Award winning Dom Morley (Amy Winehouse, Back to Black) and mastered at Metropolis Studios in London.
Wolf Girl is out now and comes accompanied by a radio edit, an alternative industrial remix by legends Gary Numan and Ade Fenton and an intimate cover of Mad World. Wolf Girl – Evokateur (Ben Osborne’s Midnight Beats Remix) by weareevokateur
Ben Osborne, DJ and producer behind Noise of Art and Slipped Disco, adds three remixes to the package.
Evokateur is a collaboration between the inventive, electronic soundscapes of a Mexican boy and the self-assured vocals and discerning craft of an English girl, holding your attention with curiosity as you delve into the depths of their natural chemistry.
Inspired by childhood dreams, deep emotions, futuristic worlds and romantic encounters, the music is by turns lush and beautiful, menacing and aggressive or “Sinister mecha-pop” as Time Out describes.
Evokateur perform with imaginatively spaced keyboard parts contrasted brilliantly by driving synth-drums creating a bold layered backdrop to the journey Sarah’s emotive vocals take you on.
Evokateur are currently working on their debut album to be released later this year. One of Evokateur tracks ‘Space’ has already been featured on a German compilation ‘ChillBar Vol. 2’. Wolf Girl is out now.
Upcoming live dates include:
14.04.11 Nambucca, London
14.05.11 Barfly, Camden, London