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The Cave Singers Sign to Jagjaguwar

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It is with great pride that Jagjaguwar opens wide its arms to bring Seattle’s The Cave Singers into our embrace. We’ve been major fans of the band’s fresh, transcendent folk since their debut. And we’re doubly excited about the trio’s (guitarist Derek Fudesco, singer Pete Quirk and drummer Marty Lund) plans to enter the studio this summer with Seattle producer Randall Dunn, the man behind the boards with bands like Sunn O))), Boris and The Cave Singers’ tight homies and now labelmates (!) Black Mountain. And as you might imagine, in working with Dunn, the band hopes to give its sound some added weight and a soaring ferocity more akin to The Cave Singers’ incredible live show. The recording session will manifest itself as The Cave Singers’ Jagjaguwar debut early next year.


Pitchfork Talks to Steve McBean about Wilderness Heart

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A great new interview with Black Mountain’s Steve McBean has been posted to Pitchfork. He talks about the recording process of Wilderness Heart, falling in love with a California girl and the two producers behind the new album.  The shark remains a mystery, but for how long?

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