Dominique Woolf, AKA Wolfette is a little bit of everything.
Part English, part Thai, part French, part Dutch, and relative of
the legendary Virginia Woolf, this feisty electro-pop singer is
definitely someone to keep an eye on this year. Perhaps that's
where she inherited her ability to write, albeit in song.
While her previous two singles demonstrate her unique blend of
edgy rock, pop and electro, with a deep, dirty bass line, her
latest release, Risk For You is less rock and more electro-pop. It
has a cleaner, crisper, more commercial feel to it. With its
melodic keyboard instrumental and light vocals, it's the kind of
track that'd be more at home in a light and airy pre-club bar,
rather than coaxing clubbers onto the dance floor at 3am. Not that
she is selling out in any way, the track's more commercial sound
simply demonstrates Wolfette's versatility but still manages to
maintain that punchy, angsty attitude that was so prevalent in her
Comparisons to Garbage's Shirley Manson, Republia and Ladyhawke
make you realise it really is about time we had a fresh new female
electro star. With three singles under her belt, one of which has
featured on the Made in Chelsea soundtrack it looks like that is
exactly what we've got.