Followers of our Instagram have surely noticed the uptick in imagery from our upcoming release Local Customs: Cavern Sound. In exactly one week, we will unleash into the world the entire 2XLP/CD set of underground sounds from Independence, Missouri. Did we mention it was all recorded in a cave? Between 1967 and 1973, Cavern Sounds hosted forgotten attractions like the Reactions, Burlington Express, the Classmen, Fraight, American Sound Ltd, Baxter’s Chat, 21st Century Sound Movement, and you get the picture. But incase you don’t, we’ll going to be introducing you to a cast of cave dwellers (not to be confused with The Cave Dwellers) over the next few weeks.
Take for example Fraight (pictured above), from Manhattan (Kansas), who dropped $300 to see “One Girl” b/w “William Jones” issued on Cavern’s studio imprint. That the quintet actually recorded the suite at Damon—Cavern’s crosstown rival—makes for a unique plot twist in the Cavern saga. These songs, the stories, and more October 28h from the Numero Group.
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