by Josh Gross
Just like mo' money equals mo' problems in hip-hop, more band members equals more difficulty scheduling practices in rock. Perhaps that's why many-membered Boise chamber-folksters A Seasonal Disguise don't play gigs very often.
The band will play a set at Treefort Music Fest in March. And to mark the occasion, it just released Waterfowl of Western Canada, a five-song companion EP to its 2012 album, Waterfowl of Eastern Canada.
Four of the five songs are live and reworked versions of previous songs. The last is a cover of Memphis Minnie's "When the Levee Breaks."
The EP is free to download this week from Bandcamp. So get on it while the getting's free.