Maybe it was screaming with terror at the nerviest of ski jumps that turned a junior Olympic skiing race into a pop star?
Becauses make no mistake, Remi Wolf is now a pop star. Yes, that’s an unusual turn of events for somebody who appeared on American Idol but her blend of funk, soul and pop is a winner.
Juno is named after her bulldog. A pet that she adopted during the pandemic and which, it turns out she is allergic to.
The whole record was cut in her bedroom thanks to Covid, but it’s never lazy or sleepy, this is an album you can dance to.
The opening track, Liquor Store, offers; ‘Cause I always want more walking into the liquor store.” Well, it’s albums like this that leaves us wanting more when we walk into a record store.
She says that her lyrics are inspired by the Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis and we’d say that’s an excellent source of wisdom.
Juno is full of energy, vitality and Wolf’s own sense of self-worth and it positively sparkles for it.
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The first time Nicholas went to a live gig, 31 years ago, it turned out to be an Iron Maiden secret gig and he became hooked on the music scene. He was one of the founding writers for Astro Zombie a heavy metal and new world techno-inspired zine and his interview with Rob Caggiano of Anthrax brought in over 300,000 readers. He’s based out of Southeast Asia now, but his love of music is as strong and diverse as ever.