Produced by Northwest mastermind Phil Ek, the record from Seattle's folk-gone-rogue rockers the Cave Singers manages to wrangle in both the area’s historically grunge sounds and the feeling of pastoral surroundings. Expect guitar noise that swoons into stabbing solos and harmonies that lean into the territory of Fleet Foxes with none of their preciousness. There may be folk at the foundation of their music, but the Cave Singers have built a decidedly rock sound on top of it.
Sat., April 6, 9 p.m., 2013
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