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James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Elliott Brood

rock and folk     632 listeners


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Elliott BROOD is a three-piece, self-described death country band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Their first EP, Tin Type, was released in January 2004 by weewerk records, and came packaged in a brown paper bag containing a hand made photobook done in the style of the American Old West.

The band consists of Mark Sasso (vocals, guitar, banjo), Casey Laforet (guitar) and Stephen Pitkin (percussion).

In October 2005 the band released its first LP, Ambassador, on Six Shooter Records. The entire record was recorded in an abandoned slaughterhouse.

One notable aspect of the band’s live performance is that Pitkin uses a large plastic suitcase in place of a bass drum which produces a similar but subdued effect.

Their origin(2 members) is also from Windsor, Ontario, Canada in the “Sunny South Windsor” Q
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SilentK (level 27) wrote:
still music?
2 months ago
railrage (level 17) wrote:
sorry I missed your show at Lop Lops keep up the good work!!!
7 years ago
BBram (level 24) wrote:
great stuff guys! greetings from holland (come and play sometime!)
7 years ago
sunnyface420 (level 19) wrote:
You guys have severely rocked my face!!!!!!!! I love your tunes!!!!!! Thanks for posting them on the61. I have officially been Brooded and may never be the same because of it!!! :)
7 years ago
sully999 (level 11) wrote:
7 years ago
jordanfraser (level 4) wrote:
They are absolutely mind blowing.
7 years ago
Calikka (level 14) wrote:
Just saw Elliott Brood live this weekend at Roots and Blues and bought Ambassador, can't stop listening to it!
7 years ago
Kevin M. Thomas wrote:
Great stuff!
7 years ago
riverblue (level 9) wrote:
i've been a big big fan since i heard "edge of town" wayyyyyyyyyy back when.
7 years ago
madcat8 (level 46) wrote:
Found you here on t61 thru a tip from waltdiggs...good stuff!
7 years ago
waltdiggs (level 24) wrote:
Just finding your stuff for the first time here...and really, really enjoying it. Some of my favorite tunes in a minute on T61.
7 years ago
Delphi (level 24) wrote:
8 years ago
Murpheee (level 7) wrote:
Have to say this is some of the best new stuff I've heard on this site so far.
8 years ago
PseudoSaint (level 11) wrote:
WOW I'm so happy you guys are on here! Big Fan!
8 years ago
vierialistens (level 33) wrote:
Damn is right Wang! I am new to Elliot Brood. Just listening to Twill... fanfreakintastic!
9 years ago
wang (level 24) wrote:
Damn, and all this time I had no idea elliott brood was on here.
9 years ago
MilesFortune (level 8) wrote:
i love Elliot Brood! Please add "Cadillac Dust."
9 years ago