Cavallo Debut New Album Interstices is Post-Everything


Today I come bearing Cavallo (you’re welcome), a three-piece band hailing from Brooklyn that has dubbed itself post-rock and “post-everything,” a truly fitting title as their sound is a cluster of post-hardcore, post-math, post-language and post-awesomeness.

The band have just released their debut album, Interstices, and it’s a wonderfully crafted work reminiscent of Astronoid, Russian Circles, or I’d even venture The Contortionist’s most recent album, Clairvoyant. Interstices offers stripped down to high-flying, dreamy, atmospheric instrumentals with never-ending layers that vary from punk-fueled riffs to synth pop sections that get your head bobbing and your foot tapping. Cavallo influence pool further extends to bands as disparate as Tool, King Crimson, Meshuggah and Swans, which helps to deliver a truly original sound of mashed-up genres in one anthemic, pretty-sounding package.

I’m not sure what else I could say about this band without using even more hyphenated adjectives, so I suggest you get your ears ready to be soothed and stream their new album below. You can also purchase a physical copy of Interstices here.


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