New single Show Me What You Got out now in the normal places.
Films and things
The most rewarding of the pieces for toys on the program. A fairground tune unfolded on the toy piano, a bittersweet interlude evoked loss, and a syncopated bluesy melody evolved in a melancholic haze.
The New York Times
Anne Brochet found a musical parallel. The melodies and sound inserts of Michael Wookey come in delicate attire in a film where intimacy and fantasy, reflection and playfulness are balanced. - Le Monde
A brilliant composer of lunatic cabaret songs.
LES INROCKUPTIBLES - JD Beauvallet
Cajun music and New Orleans jazz are never far. A whimsical, playful world with a few melancholic strokes and carnival-like frenzy.
Obsküre Magazine (Mai-Juin 2013)
A charming formula with plenty of unique arrangement ideas and the same kind of energy as in Patrick Watson's music.
France Musique - Vincent Théval - LABEL POP
From string-filled popsongs that could have been composed by Sufjan Stevens to sparkling folk ballads through to darker tones, these songs are flawless!