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New Music To Delight Your Ears - King Cayman

King Cayman From: Madrid, Spain Daniel Treviño, aka King Cayman (formerly known as Cerverus Goat), explodes from Madrid's garage-punk scene, a scene that spawned The Parrots (featured on the blog in May 2015, Pretty Polly), Los Nastys, Juventud Juché, and Biznaga. Nosebleeder + Rocket To Your Heart is a fuzzy stomp of glamage (garage and glam) rock aimed straight at central nervous system.
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