By Sean O | September 9th, 2012
According to Google, “Black Kaweah is a mountain of the Kaweah Peaks Ridge of the California’s Sierra Nevada, in Sequoia National Park. The peak has a local magnetic disturbance that has caused compasses in the vicinity to vary by up to eight degrees.”
Black Kaweah also happens to be the name of a mysterious folk band making noise in San Francisco. What I know so far is that the tracks are arranged and performed by Chris Albert and Mike Springer. I also personally believe that ”Oak Valley” feels like a mesmerizing cross between Pink Floyd, The Black Keys, and Fleet Foxes. Or some other trendy bands. Whatever floats your boat.
Just be sure to give “Oak Valley” a listen and scope some of Black Keweah’s other strange, captivating folk joyrides over at their website.