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Aug262013

State Cows

On this episode, we bring you the West Coast sounds of the State Cows. The band, created by the Europe-based musical team of Daniel Anderson and Stefan Olofsson, doesn’t hide behind the fact that State Cows has been influenced by the many West Coast sounds that emerged in the 70s and 80s. In fact, they flaunt it on their new release called The Second One. After crossing paths with West Coast greats such as David Foster, Jay Graydon and others a few years back, the duo began to compose music that was always close to their hearts. The music has become an extension of their upbringing and influences throughout their lives. The simple truth is that there is a fresh purity of how they interpret West Coast music…and they keep it alive with the release of The Second One. Andersson and Olofsson have delivered a true AOR record that will find you listening to the whole album at one sitting. We should know, we’ve listened to it and it’s worth the investment. IMC is glad to welcome the dynamic team of the State Cows! Welcome Daniel and Stefan!

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