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When The Shadows Felt The Sun

by The Cabs

A comprehensive yet accessible mix of indie/alternative rock that can stimulate almost any listener… Rockabilly, funk, acoustic/jam and more are included in a way that is often expressive, yet always meant to be fun.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. What About Us
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2. That One
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3. Untitled
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4. Airport Beach
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5. Creebly Weebus Waffle House
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6. One Last Song
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7. When The Shadows Felt The Sun
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8. Seven Days
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Album Notes
After recording their 1st EP When The Shadows Felt The Sun in their hometown of Petaluma just north of San Francisco, The Cabs set out to show the world their new development of Alternative Indie sound that has grown into its own very unique industry corruption free rockage. The Cabs have a kind of sound that can appeal to a very wide variety of people ranging from Rockabilly Folk to Hip-Hop. Playing Venues such as The Whisky A Go-GO in Los Angeles, CA as well as The Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA was an early achievement for The Cabs doing so in just months after coming together as a band.

The Cabs consist of five members: Gigi Moral (Vocals/Guitar), Max Reineke (Guitar), Tim Jappe (Bass), Jared Shields (Drums), and Austin Shields (Drums/Percussion). When the Shadows Felt the Sun was released on August 29th, 2008 and The Cabs are currently in the process of creating their first full length album.


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Robert Sharp

You have a real easy style playing and I can feel the groove of your sound!Keep on playing it your doing fine! Stay Cool!

Brad at CD Baby

At eight songs and almost 35 minutes, this is one of those albums that toes the line between EP and full-length. They\'ve declared it an EP, but don\'t let your presuppositions get the best of you: there\'s plenty to enjoy here. Piecing together elements of electric folk and some of the airier aspects of traditional indie rock, this Bay Area five-piece crafts songs that are occasionally upbeat, but careful to never get too poppy. Pressing acoustic against electric, they set the stage for a theme of juxtaposition that runs throughout the album. Vocalist/guitarist Gigi Moral is equipped with both a sternly sweet voice and an acid tongue, singing with an adamant energy that skillfully emphasizes some of the ostensibly brasher lyrics. \"One Last Song\" is a great example, a track that starts innocently and softly, slowly evolving into a steady charge and eventually a fast-paced demand for answers. The progression is natural and honest (in both the lyrics and the music), and it showcases an unfiltered approach that folks will surely embrace as a welcome divergence. They also work a handful of instrumental tracks into the mix (including the wonderfully baroque title track), making it clear that first and foremost, they\'re here to play. If this is the warm-up for their proper LP, it should serve to get some people eagerly awaiting its release.