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Blue Cougars began as an imaginary band. Adrian (drums), Erin (bass) and Nick (guitar) are Blue Cougars: a power trio that exists on the razor's edge of reality and dream. With such an ethereal and nonsensical concept in mind, it is incredible that 'The Cougz' get anything done.

The band's debut album Behind You! was recorded live off the floor at Wildlife Sanctuary Studios in April 2017. Blue Cougars' sound combines elements of blues, jazz and rock. Mixed by Erin, the eight-track Behind You! explores classic movie monsters and their continued presence in modern society through their signature art-rock/lounge-Cramps style.
Adrian Pasen has played drums, keyboard, guitar and bass with bands in Toronto and Berlin, including ADHD The Band, Love Anna, Broadband, all-female Nirvana tribute band Hervana and Rolling Stones tribute band Some Girls, Tim Isherwood and Chinawoman/Michelle Gurevich (Party Girl).
Nick Cousins is a guitarist, vocalist and harmonica player. He is a music teacher, a student of musicology and performs with Rolling Stones tribute band Some Girls.
Erin Cousins is a vocalist, bassist and keyboard player. She mixes and produces The Cougz recordings. Erin also plays bass in Toronto's all-female Nirvana tribute band Hervana and Rolling Stones tribute band Some Girls. She also does the visual art for The Cougz.


Nice Things

"I like your sound, but I'm afraid it's not quite the right fit for the Local. We lean predominantly towards acoustic, and from the videos I've seen your sound is a great deal more powerful than that." - Promoter from The Local

Jim Bravo of Hollow Earth on Wake Up: "Everything good from the 90's..."






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