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Strange Wilds - Subjective Concepts Album

  • Performer: Strange Wilds
  • Title: Subjective Concepts
  • Size MP3 ver: 1396 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1079 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 24 Jul 2015
  • Style: Grunge, Hardcore
  • # Catalog: SP 1124
  • Label: Sub Pop
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
Strange Wilds - Subjective Concepts Album


1Starved For3:00
2Don't Have To3:50
5Lost And Found5:21


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SP 1124Strange Wilds Subjective Concepts ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)Sub PopSP 1124US2015
SP 1124Strange Wilds Subjective Concepts ‎(LP)Sub PopSP 1124US2015
SP 1124Strange Wilds Subjective Concepts ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)Sub PopSP 1124Europe2015
noneStrange Wilds Subjective Concepts ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Sub PopnoneUK & EuropeUnknown
SP 1124Strange Wilds Subjective Concepts ‎(CD, Album, M/Print)Sub PopSP 1124US2015


  • Art DirectionBridget Beorse, Strange Wilds
  • CoverDavid Belisle
  • DesignBridget Beorse
  • Engineer [Assistant To Engineers]Drew Dyer-Symonds
  • Engineer [Assistant]Homero Gonzalez
  • Mastered ByEd Brooks
  • PerformerAllen, Sean, Steven
  • Photography By [Additional], Recorded By, Mixed ByJackson Long
  • Photography By [Live Band]Kentaro Murai
  • Written-ByStrange Wilds


Released in a double gatefold sleeve with a 16-page booklet including lyrics.

The CD is housed in a white cardboard sleeve.

• Recorded from December 4th to 6th, 2014.
• Additional recording and mixing at 'MRX Studios' and 'Hear Me Shimmer'.


  • Barcode: 0 98787 11242 9
  • Matrix / Runout: AF93669-01


  • Recorded At – Robert Lang Studios
  • Recorded At – MRX Studio
  • Recorded At – Hear Me Shimmer
  • Mixed At – MRX Studio
  • Mixed At – Hear Me Shimmer
  • Mastered At – RFI Mastering
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sub Pop Records
  • Copyright (c) – Sub Pop Records


Subjective Concepts by Strange Wilds, released 24 July 2015 1. Pronoia 2. Starved For 3. Autothysis 4. Don't Have To 5. Egophillia 6. Oneirophobe 7. Disdain 8. Pareidolia 9. Terrible 10. Lost and Found 11. Outercourse Strange Wilds is a musical power-trio from Olympia, Washington. There are three members: Allen, who plays drums Sean, who plays bass and Steven, who sings and plays the guitar. There is also a freight train, several buzzsaws, a banshee, and some heavy, heavy Pacific doom-and-gloom up in the mix. Theyre putting their debut full-length out on Sub Pop and we think you might. Album 2015 11 Songs. More By Strange Wilds. Standing - Wilds - Subjective Concepts 2015. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Punk Alternative Grunge. Strange Wilds. Songs in album Strange Wilds - Subjective Concepts 2015. Strange Wilds - Pronoia. Strange Wilds - Starved For. Strange Wilds - Autothysis. Strange Wilds - Don't Have To. Strange Wilds - Egophillia. Strange Wilds - Oneirophobe. Strange Wilds - Disdain. Strange Wilds - Pareidolia. Strange Wilds - Terrible. Listen free to Strange Wilds Subjective Concepts Pronoia, Starved For and more. 11 tracks 35:19. Josh of The BlitzKreeg Rock radio show talks about his favorite Strange Wilds songs, off of their album Subjective Concepts from Sub Pop Talks About the Olympia-Based Bands Album. KUCR Album Review Series - Strange Wilds Subjective Concepts is published by KUCR Media in KUCR. Outercourse - Strange Wilds. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Subjective Concepts. Исполнитель: Strange Wilds. 2015 alternative. Subjective Concepts, 2015. Pronoia, 04:32. Starved For, 02:59. They have plenty to make them stand out from the crowd. The legacy of Seattle grunge is alive and well and being extended in the hands of Strange Wilds. Read full review


Comments (1)

Jumping into Subjective Concepts for the first time this fall, I tried to search for a single word that would sum up this Olympia-based trio’s debut album. Angry? Definitely. Menacing? Absolutely. Strange Wilds is the band that parents love to hate, it’s the band that elicits phone calls from the neighbors all the way down the block, because playing this album at anything less that gratingly loud absolutely does not give it justice. It’s an absolute blast, and while it’s forward of me to suggest that they’re some of the best garage-punk that the Northwest has to offer, these guys are certainly on the right track. It’s reminiscent of the feeling that a first time Nirvana listener gets, reactions that vary equally between foot tapping to eyes-closed head banging; the angry, pubescent rise that Strange Wilds got out of me is nothing short of remarkable and exciting. This is what grunge and garage punk-rock does well, and it’s a niche that bands like this fall into, and sometimes, some bands fail to climb out. The 11 tracks out of Subjective Concepts, however, remind me that I’m dealing with a far superior breed, unlike some of the attempts that I’ve been witness too in my cursory time around the scene. Although the group was formed in 2012, their debut album 3 years later gives testament as to how well-worked this album is. It’s crafted, it was made with a purpose, and although you may just get yelled at for playing this album at the appropriate volume, take heart in the fact that this is what Strange Wilds intended- and that’s the beauty of it all. You can catch them at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn on October 15th. You won’t be disappointed.

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