Küchensessions #269 | Cub & Wolf

http://www.cubandwolf.com

Cub & Wolf got into being more out of fun and recreation than out of labor or an idea. Mattias Larsson had worked as a producer on the Golden Kanine album „Oh Woe!” and Linus Lindvall had contributed with some guitars and stuff on the Grant Creon debut album “Damn those things” alongside touring with each other bands. The two friends and collaborators started hanging out in the studio “A place to mourn” during the time they had off from their other projects and it turned out to be a nice way both to explore the sonic boundaries of the studio, finding new ways of producing and songwriting. After some time had passed a vast amount of songs had been recorded, during late nights and evenings.

The debut album is a selection of those songs which were written either on the same day as they were recorded or old stuff that never seemed to fit in anywhere else. The songs were arranged and produced in the process of the recording, neither of them rehearsed. Friends in different bands such as New Partner, Caleido, Grant Creon & Golden Kanine contributed in the process of recording these songs. As the material grew, the idea of a project, Cub & Wolf, was conceived.

Since the first record was released and a whole lot of touring the pack has grown further with three additional members. Anton Linderoth from Club K joined on guitar and synth and then the excellent drum and bass twins, Wilhelm Strandberg and Ola Wirling joined forces. Dante Ekfeldt who has been a great part of Cub & Wolf decided to focus on Golden Kanine and his own music solely from this point on.

We wrote songs on tour, at home, in the rehearsal room, in the studio, in bed and now there is an entire new album finished with a totally new approach to song writing, recording & producing and we´re more than happy to be sharing it with you soon!

Cub & Wolf are bigger, happier, louder, more miserable and more productive than ever!

Love always – Cub & Wolf

Schreibe einen Kommentar

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Erforderliche Felder sind mit * markiert.

Diese Website verwendet Akismet, um Spam zu reduzieren. Erfahre mehr darüber, wie deine Kommentardaten verarbeitet werden.