TV Wonder's debut EP Bird Sounds (co-released with Faux Discx) introduces a shrewd brand of discordant guitar pop in the spirit of
Goo-era Sonic Youth, taking in influences from the likes of Parquet Courts and Women along the way. The oxymoronic name befits this Amsterdam-based quartet's penchant for inverted musical
shapes. Jagged guitar-lines slice and shimmer, occasionally bursting into fuzz, all the while held down by sparse, shuffling grooves as ghostly vocal apparitions dart about.
In just two years, TV Wonder has built quite a live reputation performing with the likes of Protomartyr, White Fence and Cold Pumas. Bird Sounds captures the early musings of a group dialling in
and finding their sound, and serves as an exciting introduction to a band, as well as a proposition of what's to come.