This week on the show I feature EO, the duo from Spokane, WA and Adelaide, AU respectively. They function in pretty much the same way the famed Postal Service does, sending parts of songs individually until it creates a cohesive whole. The method has been working as Jarrod Manuel and Drew Sullivan have done this in their other band, City of Satellites. EO has something to show for it, the recently released EP Somewhere Human. I speak to Drew Sullivan via telephone and we discuss the brotherhood he feels with Manuel, the creative process EO has without being geographically together, and his feelings on Washington dubstep. Alright!
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