Caveman Blows New Yorkers Out Of The Water

Caveman live by Liz Rowley

New York – Brooklyn-based indie rock quintet Caveman delivered a firmly memorable performance Sunday afternoon on the sprawling shores of the Atlantic, catching a crowd of city dwellers quite outside their usual habitat. The concert took place at The Riis Beach Bazaar, a phenomenal venue erected by the masterminds that brought us the Brooklyn Night

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Orange You Glad Festival 2012


Central Florida’s Orange You Glad Festival is in its fifth incarnation now, and this is probably its best line up yet. The four-day fest takes place in Orlando from March 8-11 at several venues in the best parts of town. Orlando isn’t known for its super amazing music scene, but it has its share of

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Festival Preview: Canadian Music Week


It’s about a month until Canadian Music Week, which runs from March 21-25 in Toronto, Ontario. This Festival packs in a whole amalgamation of music-related activities. It seems to be a lot like Canada’s version of CMJ. It’s a conference, it’s a festival, it’s a tradeshow, there are film screenings, award ceremonies, and all kinds

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Show Preview: Beach Fossils at Glasslands


Yes, New York is covered in snow right now, but this Saturday night will sound like summer when Beach Fossils playGlasslands in Brooklyn. A Place to Bury Strangers, Caveman, Guards, ARMS, and Dreamers of the Ghetto round out the lineup, all starting at 7:30pm. Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 at the door. This show is brought to you by I Guess

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