The Myth of Walker & Wylde

Non stop energy, complex harmony, and hilarious storytelling are the three parts that form the whole of Walker and Wylde. Their insane folk energy is unrivaled in both sound and style throughout the world. This quickly growing band is unlike anything you've ever heard.

Walker and Wylde have had a very eventful first year of their musical career. The two of them have gone from starting a band to gaining more than 200,000 followers on Tik Tok, Thousands more on other social media, and having many thousands of listeners on Spotify, plus many thousands more on other platforms.  

The two began their band with a commitment to their art. In order to make a living off of their music considering the state of the global economy, they concluded that the only way for them to accomplish this goal was to sell all of their possessions and move into a van, which Blue Jay Walker named “Two Tone Tony.” The two then set out on a cross country tour, bringing with them only their instruments, some recording gear, and the clothes on their back. Tony served them dutifully, enabling them to play in every single major city in Canada, and a ton of the small cities too. As they traveled, they filmed hundreds of Tik Tok videos, recorded four singles and an EP, and played more than a hundred shows.

Ixc Wylde

Ixc's harmonic palette is unlike anyone else's. Coming from the 20th century classical world,  they became obsessed with contemporary Jazz and R&B. You probably wouldn't expect that to translate to a career in Folk music, but that's exactly where they decided to focus their efforts. Ixc sings all the harmonies, but the harmonies are often counterpoint and complex counter-melodies, because... well, why not? You can hear their deep Jazz influence on songs like "Bottle Street" or "Have a Good Time"

Blue Jay Walker

Jay is a storytelling marvel. He forges lyrics with incredible creativity with a biting wit. Alliteration mixed with excellent flow are the core of his satirical style. His lead vocals are unique and powerful, as displayed on songs like "Down By the River" tell the ridiculous history of a gambling addiction gone as wrong as it could, where songs like "I Know Trouble" hit hard and fast with clever word plays and increasingly confounding logic.