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Creating indie-folk music that lands between the soft mournfulness of Ray LaMontagne and the stark beauty of The Tallest Man on Earth with a voice that simultaneously sounds both airy and gritty, Woundikin is the moniker of American singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Zubin Thomas.

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Thomas grew up listening to his parents James Taylor and Jim Croce albums, but began his musical performance journey as a drummer in his high school jazz band.  After high school Thomas played drums in the electronic jam band Get Weird, as well as the jazz/classical fusion project Zubabu, before attending Berklee College of Music.  During his time there Thomas’ musical interests continued to expand while the acoustic roots of his childhood bloomed, his passion for drums turned to guitar and writing, and he graduated with a dual major Songwriting and Electronic Production & Design degree. 

The first single off Woundikin’s debut EP “So It Goes” is out now.



"So It Goes lets its acoustic guitar arpeggios fly, and the lead vocals linger to form a melody that comes from reflection, understanding, and acceptance for the unknown things of this world, as beautiful as they can be"

Rene Cobar The Deli Magazine

"His music is folk for every folk that comes with an edge from gritty vocals and fingerstyle guitar playing. He is the warmth and the roar of a fireplace all at once…through his comforting lyrics and easy melodies, the simmer and crackle completely captures your attention"

                                                                                      - Destiny Cooper Sofar Sounds

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