Cazadero releases ‘Domestic Refugee’

Cazadero, the project fronted by our good friend and former Bay Bridged contributor Joe Hayes, just released Domestic Refugee, their third LP in a little over four years. Hayes, a longtime veteran of the local scene was once a member of the eclectic improvisers The Don'ts, (who were featured on The Bay Bridged's first compilation album and Podcast 217). With Cazadero, Hayes and his band have developed a distinct retro sound that makes me want to use the word "ramble" for some reason. Domestic Refugee is a trip across the United States (rambling in a large olive-green Buick from the [...]

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Cazadero, Urban Wildlife, and Big Still at Viracocha tonight

A refreshingly mellow evening is set to take place tonight at Viracocha: locals Cazadero and Big Still will be joined by Portland's Urban Wildlife. Cazadero will likely showcase their unique blend of "country, folk, and pop from the 70's", Urban Wildlife will introduce their dreamy and multilayered folk to SF, and Big Still will open the evening with their low-key and nimble rock and roll. Old Friends by Cazadero Urban Wildlife by Urban Wildlife The Bear by Big Still If you can't make it to Viracocha tonight, you're in luck: the show will be streamed live starting at 8:30pm. Win-win! [...]

Cazadero set to release 'Old Friends' LP

Cazadero's criminally under-the-radar Dusk to Dawn was one of my favorite albums of 2012 – from anywhere, not just the Bay Area. The album hit a sweet spot where country, folk, and pop from the 70's meet while still managing to sound fresh and new. Less than a year after Dusk to Dawn was released, they're already back with a follow-up LP, Old Friends. The band shared three tracks from the album on their Bandcamp page, where you can also pre-order a vinyl copy that will ship this summer. It sounds like the album will continue with a similar retro [...]

SF's Cazadero releases 'Dusk for Dawn'

New SF band Cazadero serves up dusty folk-rock with a notable country feel on its debut LP, Dusk for Dawn, which you can stream in its entirety below. The band's first live show is at Viracocha this Friday night (9pm, $10) with Nika Aila States of Red Steppes and special guests. Dusk for Dawn by Cazadero

By |May 17, 2012|Tags: |
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