Wolf Pack signals the return of Deuce Kicks following a decision to refocus musically and an attempt to define the Deuce Kicks sound.
Wolf Pack opens with a crunchy, menacing melody line courtesy of an Arturia analogue synthesizer and moves into an inebriated bass-and-mallet groove backed by some driving lo-fi drums. Dox Phonic’s melodic first verse sets the stage for a relentless second verse that highlights the acclaimed rappers ability.
Wolf Pack is a combination of analogue synths, washed out vocals, ethnic rhythmic influences and movement. Deuce Kicks is a Melbourne-based music duo comprising producer Droopy and vocalist Dox Phonic. Together, the pair have released two EPs (Bats & Blisters and Suburbs In The Sky) and are currently working on a series of songs to be released alongside music videos. The pair have played some of Melbourne’s finest venues, and Droopy has recently wrapped up an East-Coast tour with Mosé + The FMLY, who have recently been added to rotation on triple j.