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Wizard Farm Music

Hartford, Connecticut, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | SELF

Hartford, Connecticut, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2013
Band Rock Psychedelic




"Wizard Farm"

Their hometown is listed as Imagination Land and with a name like Wizard Farm, you might expect this collective to sound like the music accompanying unicorns and hobbits frolicking about together. Well, that’s not exactly what the sound like… Unless the hobbits have mohawks and the unicorns are pierced & tattooed.

Wizard Farm is a psychedelic, pop and rock collective. It’s psychedelic music with a rock twist and pop vocals that are fun to sing along with and strong and smooth at the same time. Really it’s a good blend of all of these types of music. You have short rock songs (“It Does Not Make Sense” sits at 1:53.) and it also has some more psychedelic rock inspired songs. “Now That The Feelings Gone” has some guitar riffs that provide a definite groove, but still play an integral part to the song as a whole. Still, it keeps the pop like vocals and drive that’s behind all rock music. It’s a bit longer at 3:40. This isn’t anything close to the sometimes 5 minute psychedelic songs that we often hear, but it still has that feeling.

Overall, these are songs you can groove to – you want to keep it on while you’re keeping busy. There will be moments where the instrumentation will let you space out for a bit, but the vocals are always there to guide you back home (while you’re singing along). - Creative Control Mag

"Don't Slip Down by Wizard Farm Music"

Wizard Farm Music is an experience. One of sonic explorations fortunately captured for our listening pleasure.

With a style along the lines of groovy, pop, electro, psychedelic soulful rock; we can just call Wizard Farm Music a kaleidoscope of genres.

Don’t Slip Down is an energetic burst through beautifully reverberated tones and frequencies in the spirit of classic psychedelic rock straight out of the ’60s. This is rock’s roots revisited, refreshed, and refined into the current era.

Immediately after pressing play we travel at warp speed to a time when musicianship was the way of the rock gods. A moment in time when rock was refreshing, maturing into something post-1950s, and carrying itself with an aura of free-spirited discovery and exploration through life.

The guitar solo beginning around 1:21 is a moment when the classic vibe of this song will hit you right in the ear holes.

Don’t Slip Down is from the band’s album Time I Can’t Find and is now available for your support.

If you want to book these guys for an event or a festival, I’d head over to their website and use the information available on the front page.

Read more at http://www.midtnmusic.com/dont-slip-down-by-wizard-farm-music/#9EeOx5zRetcUvyfr.99 - Middle Tennessee


Still working on that hot first release.



Wizard Farm Music is a rock-pop, psychedelic, electro soul-funk collective whose roots go back to Hartford, CT under a different alias sometime around 2010. Though no one remembers for sure. Starting out as a musical outlet for Matt Clapis and his cousin Chris, many things have changed since those early days. From playing their 1st show in the basement of a former crack house, to driving across country in a 1985 Chevy motor home living on side streets in LA, all the way to playing the big rooftop stage at Mohegan Sun Casino and winning Raw Hartford musicians of the year in 2012 as well as the statewide Radio 104.1 Battle Of The Bands in 2015. These are the small beginnings of our ambitious journey within the universal sound. We keep it real.

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