Katie Bulley | Sun Wolf

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Sun Wolf

by Katie Bulley

"A meandering masterclass in roots-infused Americana that is as genuine as it is genius." -Hamilton Magazine
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Sun Records
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2. Warrior
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3. Up & In
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4. The Transient
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5. Sun Wolf
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6. Haunt the Devil
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7. Crossroad Blues
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8. Coyote Nowhere
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9. Yo Ho
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10. Chasing
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11. Song to Bobby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Sounds like: Music to assist you in finding your way in the world"

-Alan Cross

"In this current musical era of auto-tuning and techno-pop, it's refreshing to stumble upon the musical stylings of someone like Katie Bulley. Just listen to the Hamilton natives single "Up & In" from her album 'Sun Wolf', and you'll feel as though you're in a much happier musical time and place."

-VICE- Noisey-

Katie Bulley‘s voice is somewhat of a mysterious contradiction; at times, the whimsical folk-princess’ voice embodies the sweetness of honey on toast, while other instances demonstrate a jaggedly raw vocal power that some of history’s most infamous punk rockers would be envious of. Regardless of which version of Bulley’s voice you prefer, within seconds of watching it becomes blatantly apparent that you like her without even knowing her.

- Soundbird Music


"On her solo debut, Katie Bulley - ex of local surf-rock girl group The Barettas - takes the listener on a musical journey that is as literal as it is metaphorical. The aptly titled 'Sun Wolf was inspired by Bulley's solo journey across the US which culminated in a recording stint at the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis. As a result, the album crackles with an authenticity and rawness that gives the 11 songs a timeless quality, most notably on the acoustic lament of "Crossroad Blues" and the harmonica drenched "The Transient".

-Hamilton Magazine

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