Cool Cave’s collage of darkwave, sound, and synth pop may be the task of Wes Eisold, formerly the singer for hardcore rings Some Girls and present In the Ghost and in addition of the even more electronically likely XO Skeletons and Ye Olde Maids. Eisold started leaving hardcore so that they can make music completely by himself; struggling to play electric guitar, he began using classic synths and results pedals, crafting music that ranged from severe to intimate (often inside the same monitor). Eisold released Frosty Cave’s debut record, the demonstration collection Coma Potion, in 2008 via his very own publisher/label Heartworm Press as a restricted model of 100 copies. Later on that yr he issued a set of EPs, The Trees and shrubs Grew Feelings and Passed away on Dais and Painted Fingernails on Hospital. Chilly Cave was a lot more prolific in ’09 2009, using the project’s 1st official full-length, Like Shows up Close, arriving combined with the singles Etsel & Ruby as well as the Laurels of Erotomania, the limited-edition cassettes Electronic Dreams and Celebrities Explode, as well as the collection Cremations. Chilly Cave also performed that year’s No Fun Event having a lineup that included previous Xiu Xiu member Caralee McElroy, Prurient’s Dominick Fernow, and Heartworm Press co-manager Utmost G. Morton. For 2011’s even more expansive and refined Cherish the Light Years, Eisold collaborated with Fernow once more aswell as keyboardist/vocalist Jennifer Clavin, Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner, and previous Chavez member Matt Sweeney on bass. After departing Matador, Eisold released some Chilly Cave singles and EPs via Heartworm and Deathwish Inc., you start with Oct 2012’s “JUST A LITTLE Death to Chuckle” and culminating a yr later using the digital-only solitary “Nausea, the planet earth and Me.” These tracks were gathered as Full Cool Moon, which Heartworm released in 2014. Together with his rings and label/posting home, Eisold also works the bookstore and artwork space Juanita & Juan’s.