Music from DC’s Caverns and an old favorite, Snapcase

The instrumental rockers in DC’s Caverns have been nice enough to provide us with MP3′s to stream.

And to boot, Jeff the Taper has recordings of a live set at RnR Hotel in DC. Check out the track streams after the jump, or check out Jeff’s live recording here at Beatbots A/V Club.

Also, just for kicks, I included some old tracks from a defunct hardcore band called Snapcase (Wiki) whose music I enjoyed immensely. The three tracks are off their album Designs for Automotion (2000). I recommend picking up that and their earlier album Progression Through Unlearning (1997).

Stay tuned for our exclusive interview with Caverns coming up in the next week; stream this music to rock out while you are waiting. Enjoy the weekend, and join some of the AS staff at the sure-to-be-excellent Justice show on Sunday (despite its association with Myspace).

Related posts

  1. Imperial China & Caverns play the Cat backstage, world burns in flames of awesome.Email us at auralstates@gmail.com or comment this post for a...
  2. New Music for your Manic MondaySome cool stuff coming up: – This week, we see...
  3. Aural Slate Recordings: “Arctic Phantoms” from Caverns’ We Lied[Audio clip: view full post to listen] MP3: Caverns –...
  4. Aural States Fest 2009: Live Audio – CavernsSick.  Heavy.  The sonic apocalypse (as tagged by the UK...
  5. Live Audio: Caverns @ the Ottobar (2008.12.22)Caverns The Ottobar Baltimore, MD December 22, 2008 Source: Peluso...

One Response to “Music from DC’s Caverns and an old favorite, Snapcase”

  1. Jeff Mewbourn says:

    These guys were really good…but SUPER loud.

Leave a Reply