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To date, Wild Nothing has released two studio albums, Gemini and Nocturne, and two EPs, Golden Haze and Empty Estate, to critical acclaim.
They participated in numerous festivals such as Primavera Sound Festival, Foburg Music Festival, and the SXSW Music Festival.
They described their sound as "street beat, psych pop".According to Josh Carter, their music has "lots of rhythms, swirling guitars, spacey keyboards, echoes, airy vocals".Carter and Barthel were inspired by artists including: The Beatles, David Bowie, Cocteau Twins, J Dilla, The Flaming Lips, John Frusciante, Serge Gainsbourg, Madlib, Sonic Youth, Yes, Kevin Shields and Prince
Grimes named herself after grime music after discovering the existence of the genre via Myspace. In 2010, she released her debut album, Geidi Primes on Arbutus Records, followed by Halfaxa. In late 2011, she announced that she had signed with 4AD Records, who partnered with Arbutus Records to release her third album, Visions. Visions met critical acclaim and was hailed by the New York Times as "one of the most impressive albums of the year so far".
Grimes' music has been noted by critics and journalists for its atypical combination of vocal elements, as well as a wide array of influences, ranging from electronica to pop, hip hop, R&B, noise rock, and even medieval music.
In 2013, she was awarded the Webby Award for Artist of the Year. Also in 2013, Grimes was awarded a Juno Award for Electronic Album of the year.
Their first releases, both in July 2010, were the "Baltimore" EP on the Underwater Peoples label and the "South Carolina" single on Fire Talk. Tennis released their first studio album, Cape Dory on Fat Possum Records in January 2011. The album, featured on NPR, is based on the couple's experiences during their sailing trip.
The second Tennis album Young & Old was released on Fat Possum Records on February 14, 2012, produced by Patrick Carney of The Black Keys. The album's single "Origins" was issued on Forest Family Records on December 6, 2011.