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June 18th, 2008

Vetiver joins Tussle for Cream Cuts

Most people probably don’t know this, but Andy Cabic once slapped a mean four-string with the San Francisco-based Krautrock/shoegaze band Tussle. Though the siren song of fate called Andy away from the funked out jams of Tussle and into the sweet, sylvan sounds of Vetiver, he has rejoined his former comrades for their third record, Cream Cuts. On August 26, Cream Cuts will emerge from the netherworld of space and enter our anxious ears to once again lay sovereignty on the unconscious. To sweeten the deal, the record was produced by Thom Monahan, the genius producer behind the scenes of Vetiver, Devendra, and Brightblack Morning Light albums of yesteryear.

[download] “Meh Teh (Live)” – the studio version will be on Cream Cuts



  1. Cooool, do you have any info on Brightblack Morning Light?? Their last album blew me away and i can’t wait to hear more by them.

    Comment by Sean — June 20, 2008 @ 2:47 am
  2. […] tuvo el cuarteto para este «Cream cuts». Una de ellas es la figura de Andy Cabic, quien se sumó recientemente para meter mano en algunas canciones y, acaso, para despuntar un costado que está muy lejano en su […]

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