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Editors’ Notes

Named after a popular East Bay Mexican food chain, Gordo Taqueria seems sure to put the Berkeley, Calif., hip-hop/electro-pop duo The Cataracs on the map. To musicians in the know, Cyrano (a.k.a. Niles Hollowell-Dhar) and Campa (a.k.a. David Benjamin Singer-Vine) are already on the map—as producers for the likes of The Pack, Dev, and The Far East Movement. They’ve even produced Snoop Dogg’s “Wet,” which was originally recorded for Prince William’s bachelor party. “Calling Me” opens The Cataracs' eight-song EP with seductive vocals cooing over club-friendly beats, with bass and synthesizer manipulation sounding like something inspired by Deadmau5. The following is more representative of The Cataracs’ love for clouded hip-hop, right down to the murky beats and hilarious rhymes. Waka Flocka Flame and Kaskade lend their respective rhyming and production skills to the standout cut “All You,” which works in some unforgettable R&B melodies. After the near-twee trip-hop of “Ooh Yeah,” the deep hip-hop pumping “Mouthful” makes for a side-splitting chaser, especially with Auto-Tuned vocals that make fun of such digital manipulation.

Customer Reviews


Blasting this all summer!!!!!

It's The Cataracs

iTunes may list this as pop, but that's because there are too many genres to list! Love the EP, so proud of both of them!

Great music

Love them cataracs and finally they have new songs :)


Formed: Berkeley, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

David “Campa” Benjamin Singer-Vine and Niles “Cyrano” Hollowell-Dhar combined their songwriting, vocal, and production talents in 2003, while they were attending high school in Berkeley, CA. Three years later, after taking their name — the Cataracs — from a line in Snoop Dogg's “What’s My Name, Pt. 2,” they released an independent album, Technohop, Vol. 1, and produced the sparse and booming track “Blueberry Afghani” for fellow Berkeley-based group the Pack. The duo released a handful...
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Gordo Taqueria, The Cataracs
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  • $6.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jul 17, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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