To all of those who say we’ve reached #PeakContent, I say we haven’t even made it 3 feet above sea-level yet. Here’s a list of the 10 best cows, picked by Tonstartssbandht.
Brothers Andy and Edwin White, the Florida/New York duo known as Tonstartssbandht (tahn-starts-bandit), release their new album Sorcerer today, their first since 2011’s Now I Am Become. It’s a heady cocktail of exploratory blues-rock, harmonised vocals and twisting melodies, charting a complex course across three epic tracks.
It’s the perfect midnight album.
Listen to a 12 minute taste of it here:
For this week’s Bandpicked, we asked Tonstartssbandht for a list of their favourite stuff. Maybe something that inspired them; maybe something they’re passionate about that they’d like to share with their fans. Edwin White gave us his 10 favourite cows. And to be honest, that’s way better than all that other ‘inspirational and passionate’ crap.
So here we go, Edwin White’s 10 very favourite cows. Don’t try to understand them,
Just rope and throw and brand them.
Read the name. Doin’ east England proud.
You must google this pooch, every image is beautiful. Can’t believe you exist. Thank you.
3) Umnak Island Cattle
Meet the cows living that island lifestyle… in Alaska. The Aleutian Islands are a great place to be a cow. The world is a pretty fucking unbelievable place.
4) Corsican Cattle
The preferred breed of His Imperial and Royal Majesty Napoleon I, By the Grace of God and the Constitutions of the Empire, Emperor of the French, King of Italy, Mediator of the Swiss Confederation, Protector of the Confederation of the Rhine, Co-Prince of Andorra!
5) Florida Cracker
Cow version of myself. Conquistadors brought them when they invaded in the 1500s.
6) Javan Banteng
Some of the coolest “cows” of all time are from Indonesia. Bantengs – I think – may be my all time faves (right now).
This Bos Indicus is crazy cool, and comes from Andhra region of India. Some got sent to Brazil and become “Nelore”!
8) Hungarian Steppe
Magyar favorites. Biggens!
These ones are old school, and they live in the mountains of northern Spain.
10) Kuri Cattle
If you’ve ever been to Lake Chad you no doubt saw these things milling about. They like to swim, which is nuts but also inspiring.
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