Among the mainstays from the Toronto garage area rock picture, the Pow Wows want their music fast, loud, and atmospheric, offering their music a buzzy, swampy shade and a psychedelic overlay that models them aside from additional fuzzbox manglers following similar pathways. The Pow Wows arrived together this year 2010, with Juarez (aka Chris McCann) on acoustic guitar, vocals, and percussion, Rocky (aka Ryan Rothwell) on bass and vocals, and Coz (aka Matt Cosgrove) on drums. After producing a name for themselves among the wildest rings over the Toronto picture, they trim a lo-fi record within their practice space and released it on cassette as Problem Soda pop. When the Pow Wows performed a show starting for Pittsburgh garage area rock and roll legends the Cynics, they transferred along a duplicate of Problem Soda towards the group’s business lead vocalist, Gregg Kostelich. Kostelich enjoyed what he noticed and struck a offer to reissue the record on Obtain Hip, the underground rock and roll label he’d been working since 1985. As the Pow Wows continuing to hone their live action, they cut a set of singles for Obtain Hip — 2012’s “Getting rid of Me” b/w “No. 13” and 2013’s “Surprise Corridor” b/w “First Globe Rag.” A cassette-only live established, Bent Out of Form, was released by Bruised Tongue Information in 2013, as well as the Pow Wows extended to a quartet with the help of Screamin’ Jay Lemak on keyboards. The band’s long-awaited second studio room album, Damaged Curses, premiered in the springtime of 2015.