Frater Chaovsky is known for hating the process of writing lyrics, smoking a pack and a half a day and brewing secret home-made liquors in his basement. His vocal growl is a byproduct of the two previous activities plus a healthy dose of contempt for a world that has forgotten the joys of craftmanship and DIY.
The Mongrels will play any instrument known to man but have a preference for weird, old and home-made junk, resulting in a drunken blues-country-folk sound with the inevitable experimental touch that comes from not really knowing how to play anything in depth.
In the late 2007, Frater Chaovsky joined Marco Fernández’s Backstabbers as live guitarist and banjo player, but left the band in the summer of 2008 to relocate to Berlin, where he currently resides.
Edited by chaovsky on 2 Aug 2009, 22:55
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