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February 6th, 2008

Andy Cabic of Vetiver tends to mushrooms, preps new album

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From Andy Cabic of Vetiver: “A clump of Pine Spikes in my backyard…haven’t picked them yet. supposedly they aren’t very tasty unless dried.”

In a new update on Vetiverse and Arthur Blog, Andy Cabic talks about the new album and a crop of Pine Spikes that cropped up in his backyard.

Andy also goes on to talk about the details of the (Finally!) now out new 12″ remix EP and upcoming covers album to be released in May. From Vetiverse:


Greetings and happy new year everybody!

Just dropping a note to let you know that along with the patch of Pine Spikes we have growing in our backyard, we also have a new 12″ in stores, available from GnomonsongFatCat, featuring remixes by Neighbors of two songs from our last album, and To Find Me Gone. Don’t let the fact that it took so damn long for the thing to come out dissuade you from hunting it down and allowing it to boggle your mind a little bit.

I have just approved the master and am finishing up the cover art for the next Vetiver
full-length album, which should see the light of day on Gnomonsong sometime in May.
It is an album of covers, some songs we’ve been performing live, and others that we just
admire and wanted to try our hand at. I think it came out pretty well.

At some point soon we’ll be giving this website a bit of shine and polish and debuting
a couple of songs from the album. I find the whole enterprise of maintaining this site
a bit more than i can handle, so i’ll need to enlist the aid of a few friends to get us there,
but at least we’re on our way.

Lastly, we’ll be posting some tour dates soon. It wasn’t looking like we had plans for
playing live right away, but that may be changing. More to come…

Buy the new Vetiver remix 12″ from Gnomonsong or FatCat.

Visit Vetiverse here.

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