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Young Hunting releases Hazel on Gold Robot Records

Young Hunting

In 2010, Young Hunting released a single called Into Your Mind; featuring the band at the time, I noted how the band was somewhat reminiscent of Swedish artist Moto Boy. The band also employed hints of The Beach Boys-style harmonies and had some Harry Nillson references too. Three years later, after a handful of additional singles, we finally have Young Hunting’s debut LP, Hazel. Read More »Young Hunting releases Hazel on Gold Robot Records

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Fense’s Radio Show: May 10, 2013

I’ve been getting into several new albums of late, and when that happens, I often want to play several songs from the same band on my radio show. I restrained myself, narrowing it down to a pair each; that’s the theme of tonight’s show – doubles. I’ll be playing back-to-back tracks from each artist I play tonight, including new stuff by The Besnard Lakes, Wolf People, King Tuff, and Arrington de Dionyso’s Malaikat dan Singa. We begin, however, with a band I originally covered way back in 2010: Young Hunting.

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Young Hunting [Feature]


Dream-pop is often best when it has a sleepy bedroom sound to it, casual and relaxed, and that’s precisely how Young Hunting like it. The A-side (“Into Your Mind”) off their new 7″ single, distributed by K Records, hints of The Beach Boys-like harmonies backed by soft, dreamy, borderline psychedelic pop. Their old-time pop sound has also been likened Harry Nilsson, which is more apparent in “Sonata”, the single’s b-side. A more modern reference could be the romantic silhouette vocals of Sweden’s Moto Boy. However you see it, Young Hunting crafts mysterious pop music fit for pleasant slumbers. Read More »Young Hunting [Feature]

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