Posts Tagged ‘Cavemen’

Here is our latest collection of musical films for you. A regular pot pourri of musical styles from Girl Skin’s gorgeously fragile chamber folk to Sit Down’s oozing amalgam of doom metal and sludgy punk by way of The Cavemen’s amphetamine-fueled rhythms and scorching guitar, coupled with drunk and disorderly vocal tirades, and First Aid Kit’s ever perfect vocal harmonies.

There is Steve Mason’s soulful new single, brash snot-rock from TV COMA and the pummelling psych rock of the Oh Sees and Black Delta Movement and more hypnotic stoner wooze from The Holydrug Couple.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Zealand punks The Cavemen will release their third full-length album, Nuke Earth, on 6th April via Slovenly Recordings.

Like the band’s past releases, it features a mix of rowdy punk and raw, scuzzy garage rock, made up of frantic vocals, screeching guitars, and infectious riffs.

Their high octane new single Janey is one of its catchiest cuts, packing plenty of sing-along melodies into just two-and-a-half ferocious minutes.

Stream it below.