In the fall of 2013 Wolverton released their first full band EP, Horse Head Dawn, which was included in the FolkWorld Best of 2013 Editor's Choice list. In 2015 they released a new EP, Things Left On Earth, and were on two compilations: Roots In The Shadows of San Antonio, Vol. 2 and The Active Listener Acid Folk Sampler, Volume Two. January, 2016 they were #59 on Emerging Indie Bands New Year Ninety. Their next release, Wizard Land, named for the greenbelt near where they live, was released May 20, 2017.
"On this latest album, the songwriters are on top of their game influenced by folk, psych, pop, jazz and beyond yet retaining a sonic framework that ties every tune together wonderfully, each song perfectly formed and a delight for the ears. These influences though are just that, the band has their own identity, they cannot sound any other way..."
--- Simon Lewis, Terrascope
"contagious fun...mescaline in the pocket."
--- James Killen, Houston Music Review
"Approaching their songwriting with the carefree spirit of kids on a playground, the three core members (vocalist and keys player Kate Terrell, guitarist and singer Hills Snyder, and vocalist Caralyn Snyder) all take turns leading listeners thought the weird and twisting experimental folk journey of Wizard Land."
--- Chris Conde, San Antonio Current
"Wizard Land is the latest album by eclectic Texas based band Wolverton. Their brand of folk rock has elements of chamber pop, and sneaking cabaret/noir vibrations, especially in the dramatic delivery of the dual vocals and kaleidoscopic lyrical imagery. A basic, central sound of piano, percussion and guitar is fleshed out here and there by strings, banjo, theremin and other production touches. Wolverton's musical influences seem to range wide, from roots rock and americana to broadway-style show tunes and classical flourishes."
--- Josh Moss, The Modern Folk Music of America
Things Left On Earth:
“I really enjoy this San Antonio collective…there is not one ounce of body fat on this mesmerizing music, so whether an EP or an LP, I will leave it to them to decide how much of their excellent music they wish to unveil at one time.”
--- David Hintz, DC Rock Live
“The underlying agitation is reflected in discordant instrumentation, which bleeds across the room like blood splatter. Wolverton then imposes constructs of interpretation which veer between abhorrence of the scene and awe at the beauty of the patterns…”
--- Tim Whale, Emerging Indie Bands
Horse Head Dawn:
"For their latest collection Wolverton have become an entire band, giving their songs a rich full sound topped of with some excellent vocals that tie the whole thing together… Exhibiting a creepy Doors-like atmosphere, Pool is a highly effective slice of psychedelia… Over six songs, the quality and atmosphere remains high, great stuff."
--- Simon Lewis, Ptolemaic Telescope
"This is folk music that has that psychedelic sensibility with a sense of space in the vocals and the staggered timing in the guitar notes. There is some distant violin and piano punctuation that creates intriguing atmospheres and tensions, but the lead male vocals and female harmonies lead the way in these six songs…"
--- David Hintz, FolkWorld
"The reassuring vibe projected by the subdued vocals, the fragile harmonic nature of the arrangements, and the laid-back sensibility articulated in the plain-spoken songwriting all cohere to make this sweetly dulcet honey one to relish."
--- Jim Testa, Jersey Beat