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Watch Out For: Caveman
The members of Caveman are all remnants of previous projects that came together as friends whom shared a mutual passion to continue on their art amongst the New York Music scene. Since dropping their debut record, Coco Beware two years ago the New York five-piece has been evolving into a staple of the indie folk genre. Since forming they’ve opened for artists like Cursive, White Rabbits, and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros whilst making Stereogum’s 40 Best Bands of 2011. After the release of Coco Beware, the group formed their own label Magic Man!/ORG Music focused on developing a nostalgic sound filled with tribal drums, airy guitars, and outdated analog synths. Their sophomore album, Caveman, released earlier this year, is a testament to their talents and ability to tug at the heart and create happy flashbacks to summers way back when. We recommend, “In the City” and “Old Friend” to get you familiar.
Currently Obsessed With: Solange
Light-years away from being compared to her older sister, The Queen B, Solange is utterly unique in voice, beats, and style. Channeling 60’s soul and combing new age funk Solange’s latest single, “Losing You” is her best to date. Coming into her own as a solo artist Solange has made one thing very clear: she is not Beyonce. If you haven’t been jamming to “Losing You,” like we have, check it out and make it your new morning commute anthem for the summer.
Freshies : Bibio Silver Wilkinson
Released last week, Bibio’s 6th album, Silver Wilkinson is a combination of his previous work with new electronic innovation and dare we say, a sadder, more intense-romantic theme throughout the record. The opening track, “The First Daffodils” is perfect for driving through the rain and could compliment the Garden State Soundtrack perfectly. There is a lack of cheeriness to songs like, “Business Park,” and “Sycamore Silhouetting” when comparing the sound of the new record to previous singles like, “Lover’s Carvings” but that’s not to say we don’t like it. Silver Wilkinson is a beautiful album meant for your more reflective moments.