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on November 1, 2010
Format: MP3 MusicVerified Purchase
I stumbled across this band in a completely random way (watching some camera test footage on vimeo). And I'm glad I did because this is among the most instantly engaging music I've found recently. Totally fun and catchy.
on August 1, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Seems like each of the Cave Singers' three CDs got better than the last. As someone else stated, the songs are haunting and mesmerizing. I can't always make out the lyrics, but no matter to me. I still enjoy listening. Plus that's a good reason to keep playing the CD, to try to figure it out. They're categorized as a folk band, but they're not strictly folk at all. They can definitely get loud, which keeps their music from sounding the same song after song. If you haven't seen video of them performing, check out KCRW, Morning Becomes Eclectic, although I think their songs got even better since that 2007 performance. No Witch is a great CD, but this Welcome Joy is right behind it.
on October 22, 2009
Format: Audio CD
If you have heard their first album, "Invitation Songs," then you know how simple yet memorable their songs can be. This album is more coherent thematically and probably as a result is not as catchy on the first listen. But after a couple of times through, individual songs start to stand out and the development, while more subtle, is overall more satisfying. If you like Fleet Foxes, Band of Horses, and the rest of the bigger lights of the alt/indie/folk genre, you'll probably love The Cave Singers. And if you can, see them live. They played a tiny venue in Montreal last month and the energy and sound that 3 guys can generate was amazing.
on December 13, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I stumbled across the Cave Singers in an alt-country forum and decided to give them a try. They turned out not to be alt-country, but more of a folk-rock ensemble. After listening to this record a few times, I can tell you its excellent. The arrangements are done very well - whether heavy instrumentation or not. The album flows extremely well and is an easy listen. This is definitely one of the very few albums I can listen to all the way through. My favorites are "Shrine" and "I Don't Mind". I would compare them to a lighter version of My Morning Jacket or one of their spin-offs, Monsters of Folk.
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I stumbled upon this album while looking for their Seeds of Night recording. The music is varied and haunting. It's become a favorite
Just saw these guys in Asheville, N.C. I had never listened to them before the show and now I'm hooked.Read more
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