Here is a nice little sample of what to expect when CAVE rolls through the Vault in Buffalo this Saturday. Also on the bill is Running, with local support from Pang and Gut Pole. Gonna be a good one.
DOWNLOAD: CAVE live on WFMU’s Talk is Cheap (8.17.10)
From the Free Music Archive: Third-eye-opening minimalist kraut-rockers CAVE originally formed in Columbia, Missouri. The four piece of Rotten Milk (synthesizer), Cooper Crain (guitars/organ), Dan Browning (bass) and Rex McMurry (drums) found their home in Chicago’s Blue Hawaii’s Shape Shoppe scene, and released the Hunt Like Devil/Jamz 12” through local record store Permanent Records. They’ve since released music onImportant Records and Drag City
Nite Lite – Megrez (Desire Path Recordings)
Lots of new stuff to get to tonight on The Upstate Soundscape, including a song from the upcoming album The Seagull – A Song Cycle by Buffalo artists Alfred Brown and a track from Nite Lite’s Megrez, which is due out soon on Buffalo label Desire Path Recordings.
New stuff as well from Buffalo’s Ay Fast, the cae-sur-a label out of Rochester, and a collaboration between Ithaca sax player Keir Neuringer and Toronto vocalist Paul Dutton.
We’ll also preview a couple of interesting shows going on in the region, including Rochester-born Lydia Lunch in Hamilton, nu-kraut band Cave in Buffalo, and Steven Severin’s live film score to Blood of the Poet scheduled for this Sunday at the Market Arcade.
Show starts at 8pm. Tune in to 91.3FM WBNY or stream at WBNY.org