Canon Logic releases sophomore album ‘Wyld’; watch ‘IBOK” video

By on February 27, 2014
Canon Logic

Available today, Brooklyn-based Canon Logic’s sophomore album WYLD sees the band shrugging off the closeness of the city they’ve called home since 2010’s FM Arcade and tapping into a spirit of adventure and freedom with their first self-produced and recorded effort. Recorded in studios (Maverick, Rubber Tracks), lofts, and bedrooms from Manhattan to rural Pennsylvania, the songs themselves were conceived in a place of rhythm and heart, far from any city and immune to the march of time. That spirit is evoked by soaring guitars, galloping bass lines, and the passionate abandon in Tim Kiely’s vocals.

Escaping the confines of the city grind, and self-producing the album enabled the band to involve friends like Nick Stephan of GIVERS on saxophone, Marques Tolliver on violin, and Grammy Award-winning Fernando Lodeiro assisting with mixing and additional production. WYLD is a celebration of this collaboration and freedom.

The debut video from the album, “IBOK,” recently premiered on Pretty Much Amazing, and featured an energetic troupe of subway performers dancing throughout New York City’s public transit. The band just wrapped up a Monday night residency at Piano’s NYC, and plans to tour in the spring.


Author: DaveHHM

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