MP3 Cavedoll - The Harbor
Catchy, hook-laden, innovative, indie DANCE-ROCK.
14 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Modern Rock, ROCK: Emo
One of the most innovative and exciting bands to come along in recent years, Salt Lake City based Cavedoll is perfectly poised to burst on to the international music scene. Their modern take on rock music combines elements of the dancefloor, with thick guitars, vocal harmonies, huge hooks, and an impeccable sense of style. Cavedoll''s debut album "The Harbor", co-produced by Mark Kendall of Great White, is heavily laden with fan-tested hit songs which grab the listener instantly and suck them in with their memorable choruses and catchy melodies.
Cavedoll''s fresh new sound is created by three unique musicians and a little help from some ingenuitive live sampling. Lead singer, main songwriter, and guitarist, Camden Ray''s dynamic and emotional voice at times brings to mind a young David Bowie or Iggy Pop. Drummer, Randy Jack, is a seasoned player and is a veteran of such projects as Iceburn, Atherton, Kaskade, and Rubberneck. Bassist, Janet Marie rounds out the rhythm section with finesse, style and presence. Classic rhythms, punk drive, and pop melodies are her palette. Combined, throughout their careers they have shared the stage with a number of renowned artists such as Fishbone, Soul Coughing, King Straggler, Shannon Wright, Deerhoof, Carla Kihlstedt, and, Devotchka.
Leading up to this album, Cavedoll''s guiding force Camden Ray, honed his skills by producing and writing for artists spanning every genre of music in his Salt Lake City based recording studio. Some of these bands include the folk pop outifit MUSHMAN (featuring actor Patrick Fugit from "Almost Famous" and other films), nationally acclaimed Hypnotherapist DENISE LYNCH (currently a top seller on ITUNES), and the up and coming pop phenomenon KURT CLEMENTS a.k.a. DIVABOY. Film credits include "The Wristcutters: A Love Story" (Producer- Mushman), "Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas" (Producer- Mushman), "Dead West" & "The Watcher" (assistant to Composer Mike Sasich), and "Louder than Bombs" (composer).