Outline Magazine - Live Review - 30/03/18
The Wolf Number close proceedings with their vibrant mix of classic 60s/70s rock, post-rock and atmospheric trip-hop. With a sound that manages to recall Cream-era Clapton, Mogwai, Massive Attack and Portishead, this is heavy yet melodic and, despite being instrumental, soulful and emotional.
Alphabet Bands - Del Mars Video Review
"A marbled instrumental journey through time, space and colour, pieces tumble and crash, merging together into a near five minute trip of the mind and ears. The kaleidoscopic video is perfectly in tune with the fluidity of the guitar lines and the squall of the rhythm as it whips in across the melody."
Inner Sleeve - Live Review - 19/01/18
"Huge cheers followed every song – ‘Sunset Speedwork’ in particular really got people moving as the band cut loose, and by the end of the set the atmosphere had built into something pretty grand."
Norwich Blog - Live Review - 19/01/18
"Truly triumphant and magnificent, headlining to a large and appreciative crowd...sounding fantastic and playing in front of gorgeous projected images. Deserved headliners and the undoubted highlight of the night."
Outline Magazine - Live Review - 19/01/18
"Jack Burton’s guitar playing shows the influence as diverse as Cream-era Clapton, Explosions In The Sky and Adrian Utley’s work with Portishead. The bass of Kemal "Oz" Ozkoruyucu is reminiscent of both Massive Attack and Mogwai. Drummer Kevin Fry is a blur of activity, combining metal heaviosity with jazz chops."
Echoes and Dust - Bunker Sessions EP Review
"The Wolf Number certainly have shown they are more than capable of producing strong quality material, incorporating different ideas into the mix that manages to elevate the conventional elements of the post-rock genre until it becomes something much more exciting! This is perhaps a band one should keep an eye on, perfect for post-rock lovers out there, with enough that’s ‘different’ to keep it fresh."
Outline Magazine - Bunker Sessions EP Review
"Superbly played...it is quite beautiful and music you can really lose yourself in. 10/10."
Norwich Blog - Bunker Sessions EP Review
"...glorious cosmic soundscapes from this ambient rock instrumental trio. If you like Mogwai, Pink Floyd, The Cure you will love The Wolf Number."
Inner Sleeve - Live Review - 21/07/17
"The Wolf Number were excellent throughout. Much like the previous show every song felt like a journey and one that veered between various genres but at the same time had a driving core to it."
Outline Magazine - Live Review - 21/05/17
"...conjures up memories of Dark Side minus the vocals, then later include a number complete with archive sound recording that manages to emulate the excitement of Public Service Broadcasting's Gagarin."
Inner Sleeve - Live Review - 01/04/17
"There was a real mix of styles veering from rock to trip-hop but all tracks felt like an exciting journey....The result of this was a hugely enjoyable and impressive set which took myself and many of the audience by surprise."