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It had been a little while since we heard from recent Progress Report-ees Cave Singers when they released their more-summer-camp-than-house-show track "Have To Pretend." As promised, the band will…   Read Story »
Seattle's Cave Singers have been releasing excellent records since way back in 2007 when they let loose with Invitation Songs. Over the course of two more albums -- 2009's Welcome Joy and 2011's No…   Read Story »
The Cave Singers, that band of Pacific Northwestern punk veterans who have turned their attention toward campfire classic-rock melodies, will release their new album Naomi early next year. Below,…   Read Story »
A sold out Hollywood Palladium warmly welcomed Fleet Foxes as they celebrated the release of their latest album Helplessness Blues. Bonus points to Robin Pecknold for sporting a Sub Pop beanie.   Read Story »
This week we've got new videos from Buraka Som Sistema, Herman Düne, Lady Gaga, The Cave Singers, and Rusko. I put the Buraka Som Sistema and Rusko videos next to each other because I think they're…   Read Story »
Seattle's Cave Singers will release their third album, No Witch early next year. It's their first for Jagjaguwar (Matador released their previous two records), and it was produced by Randall Dunn,…   Read Story »
At Seattle's biggest music festival, rain is not unexpected; still, the downpours at Bumbershoot '09 were scary even for this neck of the Pacific Northwest. No bands got electrocuted, but the sound…   Read Story »
Following folky throwback "Beach House," here's a crunchier preview of the Seattle rock trio's sophomore LP. The Cave Singers - "At The Cut" (MP3) A North American tour kicks off Friday in Spokane,…   Read Story »
Seattle's Cave Singers work a vintage, folky, vocal-rich aesthetic, but the trio evokes a very different vibe than hometown favorites Fleet Foxes. Raspy Pete Quirk, who used to play in Hint Hint,…   Read Story »