Wake Child is the rare millennial band that sounds new, old and present all at one. Psychedelic shivers of electric guitars veer around the course of nearly every song, tethered to earth by immaculate blues lyrics and heartbreaking, harmonized choruses. They are Berklee-trained, yet still improvisational--every track is recorded live. They are influenced by the Wrecking Crew, Robert Glasper, Jimi Hendrix--and their debut album is coming soon. It is soaked in lyrical depth and expansive musicality, the type of all-inclusive work that deserves attention from Pitchfork as much as it deserves airtime on the radio.