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Blues Garage Punk from Austin

Die Musik der The Ghost Wolves bekam schon vielen Namen, zum Beispiel "Blues-Trash", "Voodoo-Punk" oder "Stomp 'n' Roll". Sie erinnern an die White Stripes, was Bühnenenergie, Besetzung und Exzentrizität angeht, sind musikalisch aber klar beeinflußt von den Cramps oder der Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.

Nur mit Schlagzeug und Gitarre bestückt, kreieren Carley Wolf und Jonathan Konya einen mächtigen Sound und garantieren eine grandiose Show.

Das Duo tourt ununterbrochen und kreiert nebenbei ständig neue Musik, Videos, und handgemachte Bühnen-Outfits. Mit ihren Alben und bis heute über 900 Live Shows in den USA, Europa und Japan erreichten sie internationale Aufmerksamkeit und eine feste Fangemeinde in vielen Ländern. In den letzten zwei Jahren spielten sie das SXSW, das Austin Psych Fest, das Electric Picnic in Irland und bereits über 80 Shows nur in Europa. Die japanische Modelinie Hysteric Glamour hat sie für einen Auftritt auf dem 30. Jubiläum eigens nach Tokyo eingeladen.

Ihr neues Album “Texas Platinum” erschien 2017 in den USA und in Deutschland auf Hound Gawd Records.

2019 erschienen ihre neuesten Songs als 7" bei Jack Whites (White Stripes) Kult LabelThird Man Records.


"Vertreter dieser reinen - Pardon - schmutzigen Lehre sind etwa: Hazil Atkins, die Cramps, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Flat Duo Jets und wieder Elvis, der Glanz und Elend im Rock 'n' Roll verkörperte wie sonst niemand. Und da wären noch die Ghost Wolves aus Austin, Texas. Carley Wolf und Jonathan Konya sind das netteste Paar, das man sich vorstellen kann - privat. Anders die Lyrics und der Sound des Duos. Da werden keine Gefangenen genommen, da fliegen die Fetzen, da splittern die Knochen."
- Deutschlandradio Kultur

"Erinnert an eine noch kaputtere Version der GHETTO WAYS, riecht genauso nach müffeliger Garage und hat Hitpotenzial.“
- Ox Fanzine

"They play stomping blues-garage-punk possessed by who knows what kind of demon... their music has just the right overdose of voodoo punk..."
-Rolling Stone Italia

"The pair tour relentlessly, showing a joy in the turn-it-up that evokes the visceral virtues of rock at its most raw and elemental."
- Lenny Kaye for

"Bodacious garage rock with a sneer"
- MountainX, Asheville NC

"A primal musical jewel in wolf's clothing..."
- BP Fallon's Wang Dang Doodle

"Primal, grungy, lo-fi, disruptive, exhilarating..."
- Blurt! Online

"...for the real experience, catch them on stage where their intensity and magnetism are amplified to such levels that you might just put on a mask and let Carley call you 'Grandma'."
- Deli Magazine

"...they opened the evening with a roar both from the stage and, by set’s end, from the audience, too. They played so well with such obvious delight that it was impossible not to get on board."
- Nippertown, Albany, NY

"This duo — female singer/guitarist and male drummer — provides raw, energetic rock that sounds more like it came from the Voodoo-soaked streets of New Orleans or back alleys of New York City than the farmlands of Texas. Punk sensibility, blues style, crashing drums, scattershot harmonies and moments of folk simplicity define the band’s six-song EP, In Ya Neck!."
- Jeff Hahne, Creative Loafing

"When the Austin band finally let us off the hook and left the stage, the only thing I could think of was the fact that I wanted more. I was ready to take the tunes well into Friday morning, not well short of midnight."
- Loopster Live

"The Ghost wolves made a mighty punk-rock noise in a powerful opener...their spunky energy engaged the crowd so well they whipped up a noisy singalong."
- Albany Daily Gazette

"Their live show is a bit of a spectacle, with Wolf, dressed all in white with a matching Warhol-esque wig, jumping around the stage as she plays. Konya is chatty between songs, making jokes and pushing the record. It's not your typical Austin act..."
- Peter Mongillo, The Austin American Statesman

"Their music is influenced by shamans, wolf dogs, and blues legend RL Burnside - that the Ghost Wolves makes it one of the most exciting newcomer band from Austin."
- On3, Germany

"The Ghost Wolves might be a mere duo (Carley plays a vintage hollow body guitar, Jonny thrashes the drums and they both sing) but they play hard enough for a full band. Playing second in a four-band showcase (including the Krektones, Alligator Indian and ER Airplane) at Jack of the Wood last Friday, the Ghost Wolves had the crowd on its feet."
- Mountain Xpress, Asheville, NC

"This new Texas based duo blend gritty backwoods blues with hints of Pyschobilly and folk that are conjuring up garage ghosts from the 60's and demons from the Delta. Known around the city for their energetic live show and infectious on-stage chemistry, The Ghost Wolves have been relentlessly touring their debut album, In Ya Neck!, bringing the raw and rabid rock and roll sound from their digitally unscathed record to dive bars across the plains."
- Band Soup

"The two-piece band Ghost Wolves, one of several acts on the lineup from Austin, offered a twist on the White Stripes formula when drummer Jonny Wolf switched places with guitarist Carley Wolf for a song."
- USA Today

"From the opening, bluegrass twang of ‘Gonna Live’, to the gorgeous live recording of ‘First Love’, it is clear that the duo’s relentless gigging – as well as their strong musical heritage – has produced a collection of tracks that is both exhilarating and infectious."
- Chybucca Sounds U.K

""While they each have their own impressive musical resumes, together they are an otherworldly presence."
- KUT- Austin


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 Upcoming shows

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  • Carley Wolf – Vocals, Guitar
  • Jonny Wolf – Vocals, Drums


  • 2019 – Crooked Cop 7″, Third Man Records
  • 2017 – Texas Platinum LP, Hound Gawd Records
  • 2016 – Ghost Wolves/Brother O’ Brother Split 7″ Vinyl
  • 2014 – “Man, Woman, Beast” LP, Plowboy Records
  • 2012 – Hip Thrust/Black Crow feat. BP Fallon 7″ Vinyl
  • 2011 – “In Ya Neck!” Debut EP, Pau Wau Records

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