The Elwins

May 2, 2011 at 9:04 am Leave a comment

Have you noticed a theme? Ecofest is hosting some of the rockin-est musicians in Ontario!  Here is a look at the Elwins, who will be joining us.

The Elwins’ charm and blissful attitude is a unique addition to the Canadian music scene. Their self-titled EP has sold a multitude of copies, garnering North American and European audiences to follow. Time spent with the boys can range from a peculiar conversation about dynamics and chord structures, to a spontaneous improvised performance, notably watching them switch instruments effortlessly.

Matthew Sweeney’s voice, unrefined and appetizing, melds well with the quirky and memorable lyrics, at the same time leading the band with guitar riffs that stay with you long after hearing them.

Travis Stokl, a pop savvy drummer, co-writes the songs with Sweeney, bringing his catchy rhythm that undoubtedly leaves toes-a-tapping.

The bassist and longtime friend Feurd backs things up with a solid moustache.

Here is a sneak peak, enjoy!

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