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News

Jul 29, 2020

East LA-based indie-pop duo Cayucas (aka twin brothers Ben and Zach Yudin) have shared their new single, "Lonely Without You," off of their forthcoming LP, Blue Summer, due out September 25 via Park the Van, and we are pleased to premiere it. More

Cayucas Announce New Album “Dancing At the Blue Lagoon”

Listen to First Single, "Moony Eyed Walrus"

Apr 29, 2015

This summer on June 23, the brother-duo that is Cayucas will release their sophomore effort entitled Dancing At the Blue Lagoon via Secretly Canadian. More

Halloween 2013 Questionnaire: Generationals, Cayucas, Morcheeba, TRAAMS, Devon Sproule

"I stuck it onto my lip with regular superglue and all night I was just breathing these glue fumes and getting dizzy." - Generationals' Grant Widmer

Oct 29, 2013

We sent out the same set of Halloween-related questions to a bunch of different musicians. All Halloween week we are posting their responses. Here are some spooky answers fromGenerationalsCayucasMorcheebaTRAAMS, and Devon Sproule. More


Interviews

Halloween 2013 Questionnaire: Generationals, Cayucas, Morcheeba, TRAAMS, and Devon Sproule

"I stuck it onto my lip with regular superglue and all night I was just breathing these glue fumes and getting dizzy." - Generationals' Grant Widmer

Oct 29, 2013

We sent out the same set of Halloween-related questions to a bunch of different musicians. All Halloween week we are posting their responses. Here are some spooky answers fromGenerationalsCayucasMorcheebaTRAAMS, and Devon Sproule. More


Reviews

Blue Summer

Blue Summer

Park the Van

Sep 25, 2020

For fans who have longed for the Cayucas of old—the version that first debuted back in 2013 with Bigfoot—with their fourth LP, Blue Summer, the Yudin brothers, Zach and Ben, have returned to the surfside, simplistic refrains that earned them such strong initial acclaim. More

Dancing at the Blue Lagoon

Dancing at the Blue Lagoon

Secretly Canadian

Jun 22, 2015

Plagiarism may be considered the greatest form of flattery, but it's never a good look for the perceived offender. It's something Cayucas know only too well.  More