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Mt. Wolf – Life Size Ghosts EP

November 7, 2012

Right. I don’t know what to write about this band.

I had an eloquent and jocular piece penned about singing minstrels and the hazards of collecting hitch-hikers. It was of some amusement (most likely to me only) but had no relation to Mt. Wolf. I then scribbled a second post written about, imaginatively, wolfs and, like, mountains. Yep, bad.

I normally don’t go through any drafts (you can tell I’m sure) or deletions when writing posts for SGTMT. However Mt. Wolf are different. I desperately didn’t want to write another wimpy and sycophantic article. I’m not in a gushy mood, plus there are plenty of other Pitchfork emulators who can write soppy drivel about new bands who they’d like to become BFFs with.

So, basically, I’ve just written several paragraphs about not writing. Go me.

Anyway, let’s put an end to this nonsense.

Mt. Wolf have recently let loose the EP Life Size Ghosts. We love it. Particularly the title track. Enjoy:

The full EP:

Mt. Wolf are on Facebook and SoundCloud. Visit them for good music
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One Comment

  1. Ephraim Zimbalist says:

    Nope. Thanks for the chance to hear, but they don’t grab me. I’m sorry, Mt. Wolf; take comfort from the fact that have no taste. And have other objectionable aspects to my personality.

    ‘Go me’ ….. *giggles uncontrollably* …..

    Look, Matt, if we’re not in this for fun or profit, what ARE we in it for?

    *rushes off to write something inconsequential about the most obscure band in my vinyl collection* *is thinking a retrospective analysis of ‘Camembert Electrique’, by ‘Gong’*