Originally released only on cassette in 1983, 'Dogs' Ears Are Stupid' by Chicago trio Care Of The Cow is a fascinating blend of psychedelic folk, minimal electronics and post-punk weirdness. Acid fuzz guitar, incredible vocal harmonies, drum machines and analogue synths. One of Chicago's best kept secrets, Care Of The Cow's history goes back to 1974. A trio formed by Victor Sanders, X Baczewska and Sher Doruff, as they were mixing psychedelic folk-rock with art-rock and post-punk. Their influences were very diverse: Beatles, Fripp, Eno, Joni Mitchell, Carla Bley, Pauline Oliveros and Eric Dolphy.