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Artist to watch: James Wolff 

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click to enlarge Nite Vision - PHOTO: JAME WOLFF'S NITE VISION ALBUM COVER
  • Photo: Jame Wolff's Nite Vision album cover
  • Nite Vision
In January of 2018, 24 years of James Wolff’s moods and revelations materialized into Nite Vision at The Church Recording Studio. And now, one year later, Wolff is sharing that intimate side of himself with the world.

The album, which Wolff describes as, “full of flaws and elemental human emotion,” has yet to be given a release date, but as a preview, Wolff dropped the title track from his debut record on Jan. 14.

“Nite Vision” sounds like it was plucked out of the 1970s. With its upbeat tempo and mix of jazz, funk and sexy sax, the track transports listeners to another time and place. It's fun. It's groovy. And most importantly, it gets you excited to hear the rest of the album.

Fun fact for fans of Badboxes, frontman Harrison Wargo mixed and co-engineered the track.

Whether you use Bandcamp or Facebook, make sure to turn on the notifications and stay up-to-date with Wolff's musical announcements. James Wolff is a local artist to keep an eye on.

 
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