best of 2011: caveman

Brooklyn’s Caveman design sounds that visually place a listener in their own private dreamscape, whether it be on a tropical island, or overlooking the world on a Williamsburg rooftop. Equal parts of four-part pop harmonies conjoining with spaced-out guitar rhythms, movie soundtrack score synths, and relaxed drumming ties a bow around what perfects their debut CoCo Beware, as an entirely enjoyable album.

Listen: Caveman – Old Friend

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