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BOTW Moodboard: Oliver Wilde

From cult children’s TV show Mr. Benn through to Guided By Voices‘ trashy songwriting brilliance, Bristol’s Oliver Wilde has a lot to shout about when it comes to the things that inspire him. Ahead of his debut album, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, seeing release on Howling



BOTW Review: Oliver Wilde – A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears

When esteemed Bristol indie label, Howling Owl, announced local doom-folk producer Oliver Wilde as the latest addition to their roster earlier this year, it felt like the perfect marriage of style and ideals. Leading Wiltshire-born Wilde’s introduction to the Howling Owl stable was the lofty, spacious ‘Curve (Good



BOTW Interview: Oliver Wilde

With his debut full-length, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, quietly shuffling its way to being one of this summer’s most promising indie – in the truest sense of the word – records, Bristol-based ‘dad rocker’ Oliver Wilde appears to be on to a really great thing. Here, he



BOTW Video: Oliver Wilde – ‘Flutter’

There’s something downright hypnopompic about Oliver Wilde‘s ‘Flutter‘. Taken from his forthcoming debut album, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, its crisp, intermingling guitar lines break through the track’s hazy aesthetic like the first patterings of morning sunlight hitting tired eyes. All the while, Wilde gently …



Introducing our BOTW: Oliver Wilde

Earlier this year, we introduced you to the pastoral folktronica of Wiltshire’s Oliver Wilde and boy were we right to do so. Just a few months down the line, things are really heating up for the now Bristol-based producer and musician: he’s preparing his lofty debut album, A Brief Introduction



Introducing: Oliver Wilde

Brought up in the lonely valleys of Wiltshire, Bristol-based Oliver Wilde creates slow-morphing, introspective folktronica from a plethora of guitar pedals, tape loops and pretty much anything else he stumbles upon. His expansive – yet distinctly lo-fi – sound worlds recall the way in which Flying Saucer Attack and Amp