Caveman

THE ORPHEUM PRESENTS:

Caveman

roadkill ghost choir, Zulu Wave, Lions After Dark, Rising Down

Thu, February 20, 2014

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 11:59 pm)

The Orpheum

Tampa, FL

$8.00 - $14.00

This event is all ages

Caveman
Caveman
Caveman was born in New York in January of 2010, when a group of friends decided it was time to put aside their boyhood ways and start being men. The sound they crafted in that large, dark room is equal parts chamber pop, dreamscape, and horror film score. At a Caveman show you will hear four-part harmonies, spaced-out guitars, synths, and, yes, much drumming. This has been a gallant year for the band, as since their first birthday they have shared the stage with bands such as Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, White Rabbits, Here We Go Magic, Cursive, Amazing Baby, and Blue Oyster Cult. They recently went into the Loveboat studio with Nick Stumpf (French Kicks) to commit their songs to record.
roadkill ghost choir
roadkill ghost choir
long hair
Deland, Florida
Zulu Wave
Zulu Wave
Zulu Wave have been able to ride a brand of sonically lush, ruminating avant-pop into the national spotlight. They were bright spots on the bills of the 2012 CBGB Music Festival and CMJ Music Marathon in New York City, and Michael Barrow’s voice on songs like “Puppy Tails” is a calming force that plays sonic foil to the sharp and brusque psych-prog madness on cuts like “Skataful Lies.” If bands like Muse and BLK JKS stayed in the garage to craft honest, hard-nosed rock, then they might sound like Zulu Wave.
Lions After Dark
Lions After Dark
All of members have unique musical backgrounds and training. Maddie and Curt Pfeiffer are siblings with varsity choir and jazz choir under their belts. Maddie took piano and vocal lessons, while Curt taught himself the drums. Abby has been playing bass in different bands since she was 13. After a couple years without a guitarist, Lions found Andrew the BAMF and lived happily ever after.

They strive to put on performances of epic proportions with a variety of songs that catch, harmonies that soothe and beats that make you dance.

Maddie puts your soul on edge with her heart filled vocals and lyrics but carefully picks you back up and lifts you to where you wish you had all your friends around you to help you celebrate the glory of the sound of their songs.

They've opened for bands such as 100 Monkeys, Automatic Loveletter (Juliet Simms of The Voice), Smile Empty Soul and GroupLove and recently hit the studio to work with producer Matt LaPlant.