Today, Caveman announce going on the road with Rogue Wave in June. Before that they’ll play the Sasquatch Festival (more tour dates to be announced). Tomorrow evening, Thursday April 18thRead More
Brooklyn-based quartet 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 Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Cursive, and White Rabbits. . Their full-length debut, CoCo Beware, arrived digitally in September 2011, followed two months later in physical form on their own Magic Man!/ORG Music label, balancing varied elements like four-part harmonies, tribal drums, trickling keyboards, and hazy guitars with inspired results.
“We all went up to Jimmy’s grandmother’s place in New Hampshire,” says singer Matthew Iwanusa. “That’s where the new record kind of started. It was literally the attic of her barn, lit up by Christmas lightsRead More
On their self-titled sophomore album Caveman stretch their legs in a number of different, albeit cohesive, directions. Their upcoming Album will come out in America via Fat Possum Records on April 2nd, and the first single “In The City” is being revealed today.Read More
A lot has gone down in the year and a half since the men of Caveman released their debut album CoCo Beware, much of it out on the road.Read More
I talked with Matt from Caveman talked about a few interesting things, including the story behind the name of their latest album ‘Coco Beware’ and a bit about one completely loyal and obsessed fan.Read More
A band name like Caveman makes me think of a pub rock band, the sort of knuckle dragging group only appreciated by beer swelling football hooligans. It’s with a pleasant surprise that this Brooklyn based quintet has nothing Neolithic about them whatsoever.Read More