Yellow Ostrich can be an experimental indie rock-band centered around singer/songwriter Alex Schaaf. The music group originally began being a single task for Schaaf, who produced lo-fi indie pop on his four-track recorder. After relocating from Wisconsin to NY, Schaaf self-released a full-length record, titled Wild Convenience, in January of 2010. It had been quickly accompanied by some EPs — Fade Cave EP, The Morgan Freeman EP, as well as the Serious Children EP — that have been made available free of charge download. Yellowish Ostrich’s sophomore recording, The Mistress, offering the track “Mary,” adopted in 2011. In 2012, Schaaf and his Yellow Ostrich bandmates Michael Tapper and Jon Natchez came back using the decidedly even more forceful and anthemic Unusual Property. Also in 2012, Yellowish Ostrich released the six-song EP Ghost. After Ghost, Natchez announced he previously left the music group, changed by longtime touring users Jared Vehicle Fleet and Zach Rose. In 2014, Yellow Ostrich came back using its third full-length recording, the Carl Sagan-inspired Cosmos.