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Cautiontape (Jennifer)

July 30, 2014

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Local indie pop rock quartet Cautiontape have been writing songs and honing their sound for the past year. The band is the latest project featuring songwriters and vocalists Jason Garcia (ex-Household Names, ex-Pow Pow) and Britani Kagan (ex-Petals).

They’ve recently started recording songs for their debut EP, How We Shine, with Austin music veterans Robert Harrison (Cotton Mather, Future Clouds and Radar) and George Reiff, as producer and engineer respectively. Their keyboard-oriented pop grooves reveal their influences and musical nods to bands such as Metric and The Cardigans.

The band is reaching out to fans and friends for support on Indiegogo as they raise funds for recording costs; they’re hoping to finish the record by the end of September and then release it before the end of the year.

:Cautiontape – Delights Of Someone Dreamed:
:Cautiontape – The New Normal:

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Books Died On, Cautiontape (Jennifer)

September 18, 2013

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Books Died On is the solo project of Richard Kentopp, who has been involved with several bands over the past decade or so (ex-Belaire, ex-Brazos, Gender Infinity, Markov, etc). He is holding a CD release show for his latest EP, Cold And Hot, tomorrow at the Cactus Cafe with Nori and Reservations.

This is the first new BDO music in six years and this show features a full band, including Cari Palazzolo from Belaire, who contributes vocals on the dreamy, laid back folk pop of A Song For The Night Owls and the lush indie rock of Real Stars. Richard also puts a melancholy, folky twist on the Rolling Stones classic (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.

Cautiontape is the latest project featuring songwriters and vocalists Jason Garcia (ex-Household Names, ex-Pow Pow) and Britani Kagan (ex-Petals). Their first show is tomorrow at Cheer Up Charlie’s with Genuine Leather and You Might Think We’re Sharks. Their indie pop rock sound shows its influence with musical nods to bands such as Metric and The Cardigans. There is no record available yet but in the meantime, you can sample their odes to love found and lost on ReverbNation.

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