ALBUM REVIEW: “Coco Beware” by Caveman

March 26. 2012 | By Tania

Caveman
Coco Beware
[Fat Possum]

This mellow rock album is unlike anything you’ve ever heard. One part smooth lullaby, another part jazz-inspired funky drumming, and another part sunshine — this album is a great experience to listen to.

Each song on this album sounds unlike any of the other songs on the album. “A Country’s Kind of Dreams” features loud drums. You can hear every drum stick hit, every tap and roll in the song. The sing-song lyrics play over the album in an atmospheric way. This is the perfect track to hear while laying in the sun on a Sunday afternoon. “Easy Water” is smooth and moves along like a lullaby. Listening to the track makes you fall in love with it over and over. You can’t pull yourself away from it at all. “Decide” is another strong track featuring a more indie-dance kind of vibe and sweet lyrics delivered with power. The song even sounds like earlier Shins tracks. The lofty melodies on this album are just plain out of this world.

You’ll love this album if you like folks-y underground music, sweet indie jams, or otherwise stunning vibes.

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