Adam Kesher - "Hour of the Wolf" (MP3)

by Tom Fenwick

4 May 2010

 

Contrary to any images conjured up by the name, Adam Kesher is not a solo act. Rather, they are a French five piece, whose infectiously catchy debut Challenging Nature is set for release on the May 25th. Picking up stylistic cues from the likes of Phoenix, Adam Kesher have carved out a fine line in Gallic infused electro/pop and seem set to make 2010 their own. It’s little wonder when you consider they are supported by big names like Dave One (Chromeo) at the helm for production duties, while Philippe Zdar (Cassius) and A Trak were also both on hand to provide additional mixes.

As a taster for their forthcoming long player, the band have put out a free to download of high energy single “Hour of the Wolf”, (mixed by Philippe Zdar) which is waiting here, for your aural pleasure.

Adam Kesher - Hour of the Wolf [MP3]

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