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"Cavalier Rose Interview for Know Your NYC Bands"

"Although they are a fairly new band in the musical epicenter called Brooklyn, Cavalier Rose’s sound could fool anyone into thinking they’ve been a professional band for decades...Seeing a band who deserves critical acclaim is one thing. Seeing a band like that in their earlier stages is another story that is very rare and humbling."
-BeatCrave, June 2009

Full interview and review here: http://beatcrave.com/2009-06-12/cavalier-rose-interview-for-know-your-nyc-bands - BeatCrave


"Cavalier Rose"

"These kids only just got together this year, but they have a sound that is bluesy and roughed up like an old work horse."
-Tough Customer, August 2009 - Tough Customer


"Cavalier Rose on My Old Kentucky Blog - 1/13/2010"

"In one corner, we've got Brooklyn Bands: perpetually avant-garde, constantly discussed and often full of hot air. In another corner, we've got Bands from Brooklyn Who Are Not Brooklyn Bands. And it's in this second corner that we find Cavalier Rose...what we've got here is some white-hot...very catchy and wonderfully raw building blocks for something special. Some folks would call that potential. A ton of it."
-My Old Kentucky Blog - My Old Kentucky Blog


"Cavalier Rose: Offered Spells For Foggy Haunts"

"Cavalier Rose make sounds that you must take loudly, ingest them as you would the roar of a thunderstorm pelting a roof and windows with a storm that is trying desperately to get into your house, to reach you and knock you out. It's something new and something primal...we're talking here about every emotion - all of them."

Full feature and live session here: http://www.daytrotter.com/dt/cavalier-rose-concert/20031136-37382180.html - Daytrotter


"Introducing: Cavalier Rose"

“Having formed only last Winter, this quartet from New York show a real musical maturity..There is something special about these guys that keeps drawing me back for repeat listens… The fact that the band remain unsigned is a mystery to me.”
-Rock Sell Out, August 2009 - Rock Sell Out


"Primary Colors, an EP by Cavalier Rose"

"Cavalier Rose achieves what so many bands struggle but fall short of doing: creating a sound both hard rock and full of empathy."
-Knocks From The Underground, June 2009 - Knocks From The Underground


"NYC Artist of the Month: Cavalier Rose (June 2009)"

"NYC Artist of the Month"
-The Deli Magazine, June 2009 - The Deli Magazine


"Cavalier Rose— LIVE! The Delancey—NYC— June 17"

"Cavalier Rose hails from the ultra hipster city of Brooklyn, but they are nothing like the generic label...This is a young band with a very bright future. Melding imaginative composition ideas with individual talent and big presence, Cavalier Rose is a standout group from a city that’s gaining worldwide attention in the industry."-The Aquarian, July 2009 - The Aquarian


Discography

*Daytrotter session - 1/16/10
Listen here: http://www.daytrotter.com/dt/cavalier-rose-concert/20031136-37382180.html

*Lie To Me/Painted Bird demos
LISTEN IN HIGH QUALITY HERE: http://cavalierrose.bandcamp.com

*Primary Colors EP*
6 tracks
Self-Released 5/28/09

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Bio

Cavalier Rose is a Brooklyn based rock band that finds itself somewhere between old American tradition and uncharted depths of the future.

Cavalier Rose formed during the winter of 2009. After getting together a handful of times at each others' apartments to exchange musical ideas, the group gathered in the basement of Sarah's house for its first full band rehearsal in late February. As it was immediately apparent that this collaboration was yielding prolific musical creation, a recording session and gig were scheduled.

In late March, after just 7 full band rehearsals, the band traveled to a 19th century sheep farm on the Connecticut River to record. Here, they tracked 6 of their songs with the help of a friend and engineer, Dave Raymond, in his farmhouse studio he calls Epaphras Bissell Sound. Three days later, they returned to New York, where they played their first gig to a capacity crowd at Pianos in the Lower East Side. While these three months marked the band's inception, the seeds of Cavalier Rose can be traced back to a college dorm room.

Garrett and Chase, having grown up in New Hampshire and Connecticut respectively, met in Philadelphia while they were undergraduates at the University of Pennsylvania. Living together all four years, they spent much of their time playing music with one another, both on and off stage. After graduating, they moved to Brooklyn to continue their musical journey and meet and play with other musicians. There they met Sarah, who had been a highly regarded drummer in the Asbury Park, NJ music scene since the age of 16. The three immediately felt an explosive musical connection and eventually cut an instrumental demo in Sarah's basement of four original ideas with the intention of attracting a singer. Upon the suggestion of a friend, Garrett and Chase went to a small bar in the Lower East Side to see Heather perform.

The daughter of a blues musician and a dancer, Heather grew up in Southern Mississippi and moved to New York to study music and theater at NYU. She was now singing and playing piano around the city. While her music was of a different attitude and style than the music they were currently creating, Garrett and Chase immediately heard hers as the voice of Cavalier Rose. They contacted her later that night and included a link to the demos they had recorded in Sarah's basement several weeks earlier.

Immediately taken by their music and intense passion, Heather responded to Garrett, Chase, and Sarah. Soon after, the four spent an evening together discussing music, art, and life. As the night came to an end, an intrinsic connection felt within the group became fully evident. Cavalier Rose had formed.

With Dave's help, the band self-produced and mixed Primary Colors, the 6-song EP they recorded at his farm. Primary Colors was made available for free on Thursday, May 28th via the band's website. That night, they played their second ever show (again, to a packed house at Pianos) in support of the EP's release. All 150 copies of the EP they pressed were gone by the end of the gig. Two weeks later, Cavalier Rose was named "NYC Artist of the Month" by The Deli Magazine.

In September, Daytrotter invited Cavalier Rose to their Rock Island, IL studio to record a session. In December, the band embarked on a small tour leading up to the session, playing shows in Pittsburgh, Ann Arbor, Chicago, and Madison. The Daytrotter session (which features 3 previously unrecorded songs) was released on 1/16/10.

In early October, the band spent 3 hours in a Brooklyn studio, where they tracked two demos. "Lie To Me" and "Painted Bird" were recorded completely live, in 1 and 3 takes, respectively.

In these very early stages of Cavalier Rose's existence, they have merely begun to scratch the surface of their musical potential. They are working perpetually on a wealth of new material and shaping their sound. With this momentum behind them, Cavalier Rose is beginning to hone in on their goal: to change the face of music.

www.cavalierrose.com
www.myspace.com/cavalierrose

Management: Matthew Libassi for Crossroad Management
matthew.libassi@gmail.com
917.573.5670