Vulfpeck: Wait for the Moment
While the influx of quality tunes has been anything but lacking lately, it seems like the perfect morning to throw it back to one of our favorites with some Not So New News.
Vulfpeck is self-described as a "post-geographic rhythm section formed in Southeast Michigan." Featuring Jack Stratton, Theo Katzman, Woody Gross, and Joe Dart at it's core, the group began as studio musicians at Vulf Records before relocating to Los Angeles, CA. Since teaming up in 2011, a steady flow of one record per year has been upheld, all the while offering an impeccably stylish funk sound.
"Wait for the Moment" was my first Vulfpeck experience and I was taken by the absolute sincerity of its soul. Lifted from their 2013 release My First Car, the jam features vocalist Antwaun Stanley who recollects the obstacles presented in the game of young love. In his honey-sweet tone he assures Sharon, "I'm attuned to the grooves that turn you off...", before requesting the bass-man kindly "break it down."