Los Angeles-based garage area fuzz quartet Wand formed in 2013, pulling collectively guitarist/vocalist Cory Hanson, drummer Evan Burrows, guitarist Daniel Martens, and bassist Lee Landey while purveyors of sludgy, psychedelic garage area rock and roll. They quickly come up with a good amount of materials that straddled the range between melodic and noise-heavy, issuing break up singles with performers like Mikal Cronin and Meatbodies before becoming authorized by Ty Segall to his Pull Town spinoff label God? for the discharge of their 2014 debut LP, Ganglion Reef. Wand embarked on the tour assisting Segall for the discharge of the recording. The band’s following recording was recorded more than a 12-day time period by Chris Woodhouse in the Dock in Sacramento, California, and noticed the music group expanding its audio with synthesizers and displaying a deeper rock influence. Golem premiered in early 2015 by In debt Records. Not really a music group to waste any moment, Wand returned prior to the end of the entire year using their third recording, 1000 Times. Released by Move City proper this time around, the record noticed Wand incorporating even more electronics to their audio, while integrating their steel and psych components even further.