Yellow Ostrich's first album as a trio opens up Alex Schaaf's bedroom-pop sound: He's a lonely soul, but on Strange Land, he's in good company.
ATG has thrice before presented you with the musical stylings of one Alex Schaaf. The lead singer and guitarist for Yellow Ostrich came out with The Mistress in 2010. Describing the album as just “a guy in a bedroom,” he soon therea... Read Post
“The Mistress was a guy in a bedroom,” says lead singer Alex Schaaf. “Strange Land is a band. In a slightly bigger room.” Considering I overlooked Alex’s debut project, I had little to go on when reading that statement. I first hear... Read Post
It’s usually not a good sign when a quirky band goes out of its way to be conventional. But for Alex Schaaf and Yellow Ostrich, it’s the right call. Schaaf’s one-man debut The Mistress made the most of its limitations, using vocal l... Read Post