Members of New York band K-HOLES, Cameron Michel and Vashti Windish, have teamed up for a new project that's sure to teach you a lesson. The project is Curriculum Vitae and its sound is equivalent to a razor blade when tossed through a chainshaw—sharp, harsh, and never letting up, the first album, Special Education, aims to teach you something about no-wave heart. The album is available to download for free, as well, and will be the first of three in a series of albums. Made in New York, Special Education Vol 1 has that blade-like edge that can—and will—cut you if you aren't careful.
A cassette edition of all three volumes will be available in stores next week.