Cayucas - Bigfoot album flac
Style: Indie Rock
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Hidden underneath your bed Hear the footsteps on the floor Thunder rolls and lightening strikes. Oh, oh ooooh, oh, oh oooooh.
The debut album from Santa Monica's Zach Yudin trades in breezy, hooky tropical pop that owes a great debt to Vampire Weekend's first record, and mostly concerns Yudin's West Coast lifestyle: that's beaches, parties, and girls. Next time some jerk tries to act like there aren’t any transcendental, life-changing bands in indie rock right now, slide them a copy of Cayucas’ Bigfoot, cross your arms and wait for the spoils of victory.
Cayucas, previously Oregon Bike Trails, is an American indie pop band from Santa Monica, California. The group includes Zach Yudin and his twin brother Ben Yudin on guitar. The band signed to Secretly Canadian in 2012. Zach Yudin, then a musician for nearly five years, posted his first song under the name "Oregon Bike Trails" on January 18, 2011. He was associated with Father/Daughter Records in the early part of his career.
Bigfoot' arrives with the a vague sense of familiarity, regardless of one's experience with Oregon Bike Trails, though fans of that project will be happy to see that a number of its strongest songs have made the transition to this new outfit. Tracks like 'Cayucos' and 'A Summer Thing' sound refreshed. With the weather getting warmer, 'Bigfoot' just might join the recent album from the So So Glos on the heavy summer rotation.
Cayucas’ Bigfoot is a short and sweet instant charmer. The album’s eight songs each hover around the 3 and a half-minute mark, never overstaying their welcome. The sound is relentlessly warm and tropical, with rickety high-pitched keys, light and breezy percussion, and calm, echoed vocals. Lead singer Zach Yudin’s stories blend together, as if he’s trying to soundtrack his own coming-of-age indie romance –on three separate tracks, Yudin recalls a high school lover, a summer thing, and an east coast girl.
Some of Bigfoot's previously released tracks remain standouts, particularly the calypso-meets-indie of "Cayucos," which Yudin was working on back when the project was still called Oregon Bike Trails; this homage to the kind of seaside resort town that comes alive for a few months and then exists as a memory for tourists is so evocative that it's easy to. see why he changed his nom de musique to Cayucas. Likewise, "East Coast Girl" is another thoughtful vignette of vacations, expectations, and how they play out.
Cayucas is a relatively new band.