No : No : Winter

by Meadow Argus

Chandra Barks She runs and she runs and she runs Through the devil’s farm Nipping at the heels of the foal She could come to such harm The old man’s got a gun And he don’t care where you’re from And she barks Cha cha cha Picking out the hint of a scent And she follows it down Licking at the ice cream hands And barking at the passing cows Chandra’s got a bone And she wants to take it home And she barks Through the fence, across the creek So intent she starts at the sound Cracking through the morning air Thunder clap, the lunar hound Chandra’s done tonight Bathing in moonlight And she barks Cha cha cha


"No : No : Winter" follows on from "Hats for a Hollow God" in the series of EPs begun in April 2018.  Although more psych and less space, it is a natural successor to the esoteric and, frankly, rambling 'Hats..' Lead song, "Chandra Barks" is a go go drenched slab of jangly fuzz pop pseudo-myth inspired by a neighbour's incessantly barking god-dog, while "Ruin and Redemption" invokes the ghosts of Kosmische Musik past with it's slavishly imitative motorik beat..


released October 12, 2018

Recorded at Argus Studios, Witta, Qld, Australia (2016-2018)

All titles written, arranged, recorded and produced by Jevan Cole

Cover Photo by Maia Stegman

Instruments - Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Bass Guitar, Organ, Keys and Synthesizers (soft and hard), Drum Programming, Voice, E-Bows, Delays, Fuzz, Uni-Vibes, and PHASERS!


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Meadow Argus QLD, Australia

Australian psych-folk freaks, Meadow Argus travel forgotten mountain tracks and narrow country lanes collecting imagined folklore and abandoned ephemera. Found sounds intertwine with bubbling synths, intricate acoustic guitars, and spaced-out electrics. Woven into a tattered and worn tapestry of pastoral acoustic abstracts, whimsical electronica, and sparklingly dark jangle fuzz pop songs. ... more

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