First Listen: Air Review streams “Low Wishes”

By on January 25, 2013


Air Review is a band from Dallas, Texas. After hibernating in a converted garage of an unassuming suburban house for most of this past year, the quintet crafted their upcoming full-length album, Low Wishes, to be released by Velvet Blue Music (Huntington Beach, CA) and Spune (DFW, Texas) on January 29, 2013.

This self-produced and recorded, pop-infused indie record combines folk influences with synthesizers, beats and noisy guitars. It is soft and subtle at times, yet unmistakably anthemic. The band’s label callsLow Wishes “a nostalgic look at growing into adulthood and an affirmation of the belief that there is something more to life than merely existing.”

You can stream the album in its entirety Wednesday, January 23 9 AM — Friday, January 25 9PM via the following link: 


“Air Review have already put out an early contender for best indie rock album of the year” — SPUTNIK MUSIC

“Air Review may have released a contender for indie rock’s album of the year” — THE WEEKENDER

“Air Review can best be described as the culmination of the past decade of ‘independent music'” — BIG TAKEOVER

“Dulcet, tender, hypnotic” — HUFFINGTON POST

“On the brink of something special” — SPEAKERS IN CODE

“We’re anticipating big things for Air Review” — I GUESS I’M FLOATING

“Alike other hard-to-google bands like Girls, Tennis..the music will eventually conquer all”

“Like a revamped and energetic version of Chairlift’s ‘Bruises’, ‘Low Wishes’ has the perfect combination of yearning and optimism” — THE MUSIC NINJA

“One to watch” – CMJ


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.