Monday 21 November 2011
Bright girls of summer
I’m sensing a trend.
Last week, I posted about Papermaps, who used to be EX~PO. Today, I’d like you to meet Cobra & Vulture, who used to be Nightwood (somewhat frequently featured on QBiM over the last few years), but now Nightwood is no more, a “band from the past” according to their dead-in-the-water website. Cobra & Vulture is now, and now is pretty darn cool. While in the middle of recording their full-length debut, the trio have released a four-song EP (called Seer), making a clean break with their previous incarnation. Amber Goodwyn and Erin Ross spit and splice their voices and guitars through drummer Jeremy MacCuish’s sparse but strong beats on “Future Tension” and “Fortune”, but my favourite of the four tracks is the opener, “Station Agent of Change” (which you can hear for yourself below).
Seer EP is available as a free download from Cobra & Vulture’s Bandcamp page right now.
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