Ratings and Reviews
Terrific album from a terrific group
Songs that will stay with you all day. My favorite album of this year so far.
Love them! Love the album!
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I have bought this album numerous times as gifts for my friends. This was favorite album of 2014, and I'm still going back to it. About 3 or 4 of the songs I had heard live for a couple of years before the release of 88 92. I wasn't quite sure of the direction, but hearing the songs in context, wow! Eye Make Up, Full-Time Fetish and the closing song is my favorite. I don't understand any of the words to Real, but I enjoy jamming and dancing to it. The songs already have a lot of life to them, but hearing them performed live just really adds to the texture. I could go on and on about this perfect pop album
About Wild Moccasins
Indie pop quartet Wild Moccasins weave shimmering guitar with bright co-ed vocal harmonies to create a reinvigorated take on jangle pop wise beyond the band’s years. Singer/guitarist Cody Swann and Zahira Gutierrez started playing acoustic guitar and singing together for fun in 2007, but as they shared their songs with friends, it grew into a full-fledged band with the addition of guitarist Andrew Lee, bassist Nicholas Cody, and drummer Justin Martinez that fall. A year later, they debuted with the self-released EP Diamonds for Constellations, turning heads along the way thanks to their energetic live shows. Another self-released EP, Microscopic Metronomes, followed in 2009 on the heels of their South by Southwest debut, and won the band Best EP honors in the Houston Press Music Awards. Skin Collision Past, the band's first full-length release, arrived the following year for Team Science. The rest of 2010 saw many changes for Wild Moccasins, as drummer Martinez left and John Baldwin stepped in, and the band was signed to the New West label after its president caught them in concert. New West reissued Skin Collision Past in spring 2011 as a deluxe edition, bundling the LP with Microscopic Metronomes. Their New West follow-up album, 88 92, was released in January of 2014. ~ Chrysta Cherrie
- Houston, TX