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In Cadeo

New York City, New York, United States

New York City, New York, United States
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"Bombastic"

"...Coming on like a more bombastic version of the National..." - Badmarmalade.com


"In Cadeo - Relix - Pretty Pretty Punk Rock"

"...Grunge-textured bass is trampled by keyboard melodies, giving pop an edge...It’s the mix of gritty guitar riffs and catchy lyrics that allows for the In Cadeo fan-base to consist of both high school girls and mosh-pit enthusiasts." - RELIX Magazine


"In Cadeo, Mercury Lounge, Live Review"

“Moon walking in cowboy boots, singing in a lusty vibrato, In Cadeo lead singer/guitarist Jared Scott awakened the ghost of rock 'n' roll at New York’s Mercury Lounge. Within moments of going onstage, the modest audience turned massive as Scott sang out, ‘We are a parade for failure.’ Beside him, Travis Tonn…transformed himself into a beast with a bass, playing with a looseness that contrasted well with Scott’s concentrated demeanor.
The band’s manic style left the audience pulsing in anticipation for each song’s climax, particularly displayed when the band performed one of its better known songs, “Communist Lecture.” The soft singing led to an explosion of emotion as the band and audience cried out the chorus.
…Dan Neustadt belted harmonies with one foot on the pedals and the other in the air. Scott trembled in a well-tamed seizure, bringing his guitar to his lips as Pete Sustarsic’s drumming built to a monumental cathartic release, leaving the audience in a state of utter “fuck yeahs.”
…It’s a beautiful thing to watch a band sweat it out like that, especially with a massive crowd at the Mercury Lounge…”

- RELIX Magazine


"Listen: In Cadeo"

New York’s In Cadeo has been working hard for the past few years, and it seems to be paying off quite nicely for Brooklyn outfit - just recently, they’ve been spotted by NPR and Relix to name a few. To garner this kind of attention, Dan Neustadt (Keys, Vocals), Travis Tonn (Bass, Vocals) Jared Scott, (Guitar, Lead Vocals), and Pete Sustarsic (Drums, Vocals) have crafted a sound that is as much catchy indie pop as it is grunge infused with alternative elements from the 80’s and 90’s. All members offer up something unique to the mix that makes for great post-rock anthem material.

The diverse quartet has members hailing from up and down the coast, while also calling Oregon and Ohio home. With a diversity of backgrounds comes the patchwork of influences from Doug Martsche to Lou Reed and everywhere in between. Songs like “The Archer” and “This Side the Grave” paint dark ironic pictures, especially with the later telling tales of suicide. “Communist Lecture” takes the style even further drawing strong ties to The National with its down tone vocals that pick up and launch into a full on rock assault.

A formula is never followed with this group as it can move from one rock sub genre to the next incorporating static distortion on one end, and on the other a soft acoustic melody. Each song is unique and exciting, offering something new as the months get colder. The band has already released an excellent debut EP, and is set to put out a full-length record this month. No tour has been mentioned as of yet, but one is sure to follow with the debut release, and after listening, it will be something to look forward too to keep us warm this winter.

If you are curious, you can download the debut EP for free, or for a donation, from their site. - consequenceofsound.net


"In Cadeo Live"

In Cadeo’s probably getting sick of The National comparisons. The first track I heard, ‘Ghosts’ from their new LP (apparently still untitled, though it’s out this fall), indeed warranted such a comparison: lead singer Jared Scott’s waltzing baritone vocal leaves little to the imagination. But a quick listen to a couple extra tracks and that comparison quickly falls apart. There’s a ruggedness to their sound that The National usually only hints at. Songs like “City Lights” sound more like a mid 90’s radio hit, and the epic “West,” replete with banjo, is classic indie-rock.

CITY LIGHTS BY IN CADEO :


In Cadeo performed an energetic set in the cramped, hot basement of Lit Lounge. Their performance was reminiscent of classic new york bar band The Figgs, though a little less all-over the place, and a little more focused. The drummer, Pete Sustarsic, beat up the drums like they owed him money, and Bassist Travis Tonn was in lock step. Travis and Jared played off each other like the best guitar-bass combos, and, most importantly, the mood was fun, excitement. No pretension in these songs, which is good, as they couldn’t bear the weight.

They played my favorite song, from their self-titled 5 song EP, “Communist Lecture,” a dramatic and perfectly-constructed song that builds on top of itself, and easily stands out from the pack. “I think i’ve confused/movement for action/i take a step foreward/but I swear i’m retracting” he sings. The chorus is all like: “It’s starting to sound like/a communist lecture/it’s starting to sound like/a forced armagedden.” Then the chorus is all like “It’s starting to sound like/a communist lecture/its starting to feel like/a forced armagedden.” Fuck yeah.

They also threw in some new unreleased material. One track, untitled as of the show, either contained the lyric “If you were a gun” or “If you were a guest.” I sure hope it was the former, cause that’s an awesome line. But if it was the later, than I just wrote a song called “If you were a gun.” and it’s awesome. - Quiet Color


"In Cadeo (Ghosts, City Lights, West)"

Prior to reading this are you a fan of any of the following bands?:
1. Bouncing Souls
2. Sonic Youth
3. Jets to Brazil/Jawbreaker
If so get your hands on In Cadeo’s 3 CD tease before reading.

I was afraid that I wouldn’t have much to say with a 3 song blip of a CD. I was very wrong, In Cadeo knows they have a good product to sell to you so why sell me all their secrets? Well as I slob on my shirt in attempt to find it on the net let me tell you about this 3 song blip. The really shocking Ghosts is a great teaser track. With haunting lyrics as the song suggests but a great beat is kept the whole time. It’s a song that those of us who are inbetween ages mature musically into and really appreciate, this is a definately something Indie-Rock Dance Night clubs won’t pick up on, it’s more of a dancy song you can dance to and not feel like a twelve-year-old again. I could sing the praises of this song alone but they come out swinging again this time instead of left field we end up in right with something else. Something shockingly different but still great, City Lights, sticks to the mature dance theme that Ghosts and picks it up a bit leaving a chilling feeling that you get when a song is just fundamentally special. The final song West is a perfect ending track to this tease to the ears. Taking from the first two songs stellar duo voices and narrated lyrical style vocals West really hits it hard keeping a fun hook throughout never losing a beat at all times everything just where it should be when you’re playing the music game. I recommend that you pick this up if you can get it and check out their website for more info on what I hope is a full length soon, here that members of In Cadeo? I want a full length soon!

I give it a 9/10 - neufutur.com


"The Deli Magazine"

"The band's sound takes us back to the 90s grunge movement... muddy guitars with vocals that take on more of a pop aesthetic...They eclectically blend melodramatic grunge rock with radio friendly riffs, the end result is a very powerful one." - Deli Magazine


"Making Our Graves"

"Making Our Graves delivers heavily layered anthemic songs that display a variety of influences from Elliott Smith to The National and The Wedding Present...this first offering from In Cadeo is an example of smart indie-pop that refuses to compromise." - GREENSHOELACE.COM


"In Cadeo - Intelligent Lyrics"


"In Cadeo alternate between brash and restrained, but their best feature is the ability to turn a phrase, then reverse and re-engineer it. The band packages intelligent lyrics with angular, driving, catchy rock arrangements, a rare talent indeed." - INDIEBALL.COM


"Tantalizing"

“Rough-hewn vocals and incisive lyrics with biting guitar and tantalizing melodies.” - CMJ


"In Cadeo: 'The Archer'"

"Given the grunge-pop sound of "The Archer," the anthemic piano-driven rock of "This Side The Grave" and the slow build-up and cathartic climax of "Communist Lecture," the band proves commanding despite its fledgling nature...The band harnesses an energy that keeps it sounding fresh and vigorous, the way punk rock should." - NPR


"The Digital Contagion of in Cadeo"

"Like most good bands, in Cadeo manages to make new songs sound elemental. The delicious yet distorted structure of their songs seems rooted in older indie giants like Guided By Voices, Built to Spill, The Pixies..."

"on in Cadeo's five-song EP, one can hear this constant desire to shred away the catchiness of the hooks, just like their musical uncles sometimes do. This melodic thrashing is as close to an American rock'n roll song-writing tradition as might be said to exist."

"This is one reason in Cadeo rocks: in the urgent schizophrenia of extremely rapid progression changes, one can hear more than one song."
- Justin Rogers-Cooper


"In Cadeo - Southpaw"

"The songs cry out for crowd sing-a-longs, folks running around in circles, or the look of accomplishment once you’ve finally assembled your IKEA dresser"
- www.almacksdancehall.com


Discography

- "In Cadeo (Self-Titled)" EP (s/r), In Cadeo, April 2008
- "Making Our Graves" - LP (s/r), In Cadeo, August 25th, 2009
- "Wake Up" EP (?), In Cadeo, 2011

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Hailing from Oregon, DC & Ohio, In Cadeo is a more bombastic version of The National, excelling in smart-epic-indie-pop songs.

Forming in 2008, they released their eponymous EP featuring the The Archer which was placed in several TV shows, charted on CMJ radio, and was animated by Waking Life's Eric Power. The 2009 Debut LP Making Our Graves, co-produced by Girls Against Boys' Eli Janney (Ryan Adams, Wilco, The Soft Pack, Illinois), garnered notable press & blog recognition, and sparked a tour spanning the east coast and midwest.

In Cadeo's band members all play in other Brooklyn bands - The Hold Steady, Oberhofer, Franz Nicolay & Major General, World/Inferno - and have shared stages with Art Brut, Wyclef, Nicole Atkins, The Heartless Bastards, Ra Ra Riot, The Constantines, Cymbals Eat Guitars and more. Jared was a former member of Demander.

In Cadeo's new release Wake Up hits the streets this Winter.

"The band harnesses an energy that keeps it sounding fresh and vigorous, the way punk rock should." - NPR

"Grunge-textured bass is trampled by keyboard melodies, giving pop an edge...It’s the mix of gritty guitar riffs and catchy lyrics that allows for the In Cadeo fan-base to consist of both high school girls and mosh-pit enthusiasts."
- RELIX

"The band's sound takes us back to the 90s grunge movement... muddy guitars with vocals that take on more of a pop aesthetic...They eclectically blend melodramatic grunge rock with radio friendly riffs and the end result is a very powerful one." – DELI MAGAZINE NYC

“Sounding a bit like The National and XTC, if Elliott Smith were writing their songs...In Cadeo almost makes up for all those other dreadful Brooklyn bands that Pitchfork will try and force you to listen to over the next few years.” – NEOFUTUR MAGAZINE
"Making Our Graves delivers heavily layered anthemic songs that display a variety of influences from Elliot Smith to The National and The Wedding Present...this first offering from In Cadeo is an example of smart indie-pop that refuses to compromise." – GREENSHOELACE.COM

" In Cadeo alternate between brash and restrained, but their best feature is the ability to turn a phrase, then reverse and re-engineer it. The band packages intelligent lyrics with angular, driving, catchy rock arrangements, a rare talent indeed." – INDIEBALL.COM

"Layers, builds, dynamics… they make me lose track and run red lights." – HYBRID MAGAZINE

“In Cadeo has crafted a sound that is as much catchy indie pop as it is grunge infused with alternative elements from the 80’s and 90’s. All members offer up something unique to the mix that makes for great post-rock anthem material.” – CONSEQUENCEOFSOUND.NET

“Travis Tonn transformed himself into a beast with a bass, playing with a looseness that contrasted well with Scott’s concentrated demeanor….The band’s manic style left the audience pulsing in anticipation for each song’s climax…Dan Neustadt belted harmonies with one foot on the pedals and the other in the air. Scott trembled in a well-tamed seizure, bringing his guitar to his lips as Pete Sustarsic’s drumming built to a monumental cathartic release, leaving the audience in a state of utter ‘fuck yeahs.’” – RELIX

“In Cadeo performed an energetic set in the cramped, hot basement of Lit Lounge. Their performance was reminiscent of classic new york bar band The Figgs…The drummer, Pete Sustarsic, beat up the drums like they owed him money, and Bassist Travis Tonn was in lock step. Travis and Jared played off each other like the best guitar-bass combos, and, most importantly, the mood was fun...” – QUIET COLOR