Maow

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Maow
Also known as Meow
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres Indie rock
Labels Twist Like This
Associated acts Neko Case, The Gay
Past members Neko Case
Tobey Black
Corrina Hammond

Maow was a Canadian indie rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. A pop punk combo, the band was part of the "cuddlecore" scene led by cub.

Maow consisted of guitarist Tobey Black, bassist Corrina Hammond and drummer Neko Case. All three members shared vocal duties.

Originally called Meow, the band released the six-song EP I Ruv Me Too on the independent record label Twist Like This in 1995. They later adopted the Maow spelling, and released their full length album 11 June 1996 The Unforgiving Sounds of Maow on Mint Records.[1]

Case later went on to a solo career as an alternative country star and sometime vocalist with Canadian power pop ensemble The New Pornographers. Black currently plays with the indie rock band The Gay.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Kaups, Robert. "The Unforgiving Sounds of...". allmusic.com. Allmusic. Retrieved 13 July 2012.