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Wakey!Wakey! goes through the Algorhythm • Brooklyn Paper

Wakey!Wakey! goes through the Algorhythm

The music of Wakey!Wakey! music can be heard from Mercury Lounge to a CW television show, with raves from Spin to USA Today — which says a lot about the band’s widespread appeal. Mike Grubbs fronts the operation both on keys and vocals, both of which tend toward the theatrical. But to get a true sense of what the band’s all about, we leave that up to the math of our exclusive Algorhythm.

Take the building crescendos and power vocals of Muse’s 2003 break-through album “Absolution.” Then add …

The piano-driven pop of Ben Folds Five’s 1997 sophomore album “Whatever and Ever Amen.” Then add …

The sing-along charm of the Fray’s 2005 debut “How to Save a Life.” The result?

The sophomore album from Wakey!Wakey!, “Almost Everything I Wish I’d Said the Last Time I Saw You…”

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