Caveman at the Gild Hall June 1st

with Rumors, Sends, and Black Gold Collective Art Show!

Brooklyn, New York’s Caveman just recently finished a national headliner tour in support of their first album, CoCo Beware out on Fat Possum Records. With a guitar and percussion driven sound that contains elements reminiscent of indie contemporaries like Band Of Horses, Grizzly Bear, and Real Estate, Caveman manages to deliver earthy reverb-drenched pop songs that remain distinctly New York in feel. At a Caveman show you will hear four-part harmonies, spaced-out guitars, synths, and, yes, much drumming.

The five piece turned in critically acclaimed performances at both CMJ in the fall of 2011 (where they played an incredible 10 shows) and SxSW this past spring. Both NPR and Stereogum had Caveman on their Best New Band lists for 2011.


See the New York Times review of Caveman’s album – here   See a great video of the band –

Rumors is a three piece dream pop outfit from Brooklyn, NY. Their debut album Xoxo was released on Rumpus Room in March of 2012.

Sends is an electro pop band from Newark, DE featuring Andrew Fusca (Easy Pyramids).

Newark’s Black Gold Collective will also be showing art at the Gild Hall as part of Wilmington’s Art on the Town series. (Joe del Tufo will also be doing an Art on the Town at the Buzz 6-9 same night!)

Doors 7:30 PM, there will be VERY limited seating at this show
Tickets: $12 (Members $10) –