[WIN THIS!] : Test Pressing Vinyl of Caveman’s Debut Album CoCo Beware

Brooklyn’s Caveman have been locked on MOKB’s radar after getting our hands on some loose tracks floating around the internet. The band’s profile has grown substantially over the past year while supporting Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, White Rabbits, and Here We Go Magic, to name a few. The band recently unleashed their fantastic debut album, CoCo Beware, into the world this past month. Words such as hazy, breezy, delicate are all appropriate adjectives in describing their sound. The album and its mood take on different meanings and feel like the changing of the seasons. Feelings of nostalgia and bliss change to reflection and introversion like summer to fall. The vocal stylings and harmonies are very similar to contemporaries like Local Natives, but in a much more subdued atmospheric manner. Cross that with a musical sound not that different from the previously mentioned Here We Go Magic. It is a fantastic debut that is worth your attention.

MP3 : Caveman – Thankful

So, with all that being said, we are excited to have been given a very limited test-press vinyl of CoCo Beware to offer up to one of our loyal readers.

To enter, all you need to do is let us know what new band you think is set to go from indie buzz band to garnering a larger audience and selling out theaters in the coming years. We will select a winner this coming Friday.

Coco Beware is available digitally right now and physically will be released 11/15 through Magic Man! Records. You can pre-order the album on gold vinyl and CD here.

  • Chris Clark

    September 20, 2011 [ 4:52 pm ]

    BRAIDS

  • David

    September 20, 2011 [ 7:38 pm ]

    I’m gonna go with CAVEMAN.

  • Chad

    September 20, 2011 [ 11:34 pm ]

    I’m liking what I hear out of Youth Lagoon

    http://soundcloud.com/youth-lagoon

  • Dann Groh

    September 21, 2011 [ 5:34 pm ]

    I’d have to say Caveman. I saw them open up for The War on Drugs and was struck by their great melodies and harmonies. Great band. Great songs.

  • Connor Shirley

    September 21, 2011 [ 8:02 pm ]

    Two Gallants

  • Kat

    September 22, 2011 [ 7:16 pm ]

    It’s Caveman. Even for us over the hill gang! They have a sound that crosses over the generations. LOVE THEM

  • Terri

    September 22, 2011 [ 9:02 pm ]

    Caveman has a fabulous haunting sound that stays with you! They are amazing!

  • Ian

    September 23, 2011 [ 9:09 am ]

    It started when I saw them open for “Here We Go Magic.” I played December 28th over and over on their mySpace page and made a music video for it.

    http://vimeo.com/27957273

    I think Caveman is the beautiful bridge between the harmonizing of Fleet Foxes and the dream pop feel of Grizzly Bear. They’re the band that I want to know. They’re the band I want to make it big.

  • Robert

    September 23, 2011 [ 10:08 am ]

    Nurses

  • m j guer

    September 23, 2011 [ 10:10 am ]

    dale earnhardt jr jr

  • Molly

    September 23, 2011 [ 1:04 pm ]

    Yellow Ostrich or Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. their live shows are awesome. Also Grouplove deserves more of a following!

  • Chris

    September 23, 2011 [ 1:06 pm ]

    2 songs have surfaced from this band but I’m thinking Spector will make a dent.

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