Blue Cadet Three
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Blue Cadet Three

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"Deli Magazine CD of the month, January 09"

The Nashville music scene has yet another promising new act springing out of our already fertile underground soil. Recorded at Glass Onion Studios (another hopeful upstart), The Blue Cadet Three's recent self-titled seven song debut offers enough gems to make the whole record sparkle. With a sound that nestles somewhere between seafaring gypsy (think Neutral Milk Hotel/Decemberists/Beruit) and bluegrass-indie-western swing (Old Crowe Medicine Show/Elliott Smith/Bright Eyes), the Blue Cadet Three have truly crafted a unique record. They offer a more laid back style than the ever-so-popular psych/punk/garage/noise sound that has flooded so much to the underground music scene in this town.

The record is laden with acordians, mandolins, fiddle, banjo and even a singing saw, which give the record an organic old world feel while lead singer Jacob Davis's gruff yet listenable voice adds even more depth. The songwriting is solid with well penned lyrics that suit the melencholy mood of the album, which remarkably makes no noticeable freshmen mistakes. Musically the band is quite in sync and adept at their instruments which really helps them rise above the number of Nashville acts that depend on attitude and charisma to pull them through. For a first release, the album is excellent; you can look for the Blue Cadet Three to really grow as a force to be reckoned with as 2009 continues, and I eagerly await their future releases. - JP Conger - The Deli Magazine Nashville


Self Titled EP



A high school band from Nashville TN started by Jacob Davis in 2007. We have a frequently changing lineup with interesting folk instruments played in a non traditional way. Influenced by Modest Mouse, Neutral Milk Hotel, Bright Eyes, The Decemberists, etc.
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