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To avoid the infamous "sophomore jinx," Brooklyn's Caveman took a subtler, blurrier approach with its self-titled second album. Where the group's drummer and percussionist clearly guided things on Caveman's debut, CoCo Beware, the keyboardist and two guitarists ramp up the effects and take over for the follow-up. Singer Matthew Iwanusa floats past with an innocent, Brian Wilson–like timbre, but the lyrics are a secondary focal point here. Thick washes of chords dominate the album, as evidenced by the otherwise straightforward "The Big Push." Even "In the City," with its title swiped from British mods The Jam, sounds more like Windham Hill meets My Morning Jacket than nearly any band on the Fat Possum record label, which Caveman now calls home. "Shut You Down" evokes the lazy afternoon feel of Rain Parade, from the '80s Southern California Paisley Underground movement. "Where's the Time" builds from solitary vocal lines to an enthusiastic cathedral of sound with enough bounce to keep things alive. Soothing sounds, pleasant melodies, an unhurried pace; Caveman handles its evolution with bright new textures and convincing songs.

Customer Reviews

Warning: This album may cause rapid heartbeat,

shortness of breath, muscle aches, and fatigue. This entire album is plentiful of dreamy new-wave folk tracks that deliver on greatness! The highlight of the album for me personally is the track "Ankles."

Caveman

I See You and Shut You Down are my favorites so far but its one to play staright through like most everything is...

Most Underrated Band Out There!

This band combines the best of Local Natives, Other Lives, and Fleet Foxes and creates something wholly original and modern. Let's make sure these guys stick around for a LONG, LONG time-tell everyone you know to pick this up (as well as CoCo Beware)!

Biography

Formed: January, 2010 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Brooklyn-based quintet Caveman deliver an ambitious, sprawling take on indie pop by drawing influences from experimental rock, post-rock, wistful indie rock, and African music traditions. Comprised of Matthew Iwanusa (lead vocals, guitar, drums), Jimmy “Cobra” Carbonetti (guitar), Stefan Marolachakis (drums, vocals), Sam Hopkins (synthesizer, vocals), and Jeff Berrall (bass, vocals), the band formed in January 2010, parlaying its attention-getting live shows into opening slots for bands like Edward...
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