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Focusing on a heady and evocative mixture of inventive indie pop and brooding alternative rock and roll, Louisville, Kentucky’s CABIN invokes titles like Sufjan Stevens, Radiohead, the Flaming Lips, and Coldplay. Created in the first 2000s by visible designer and songwriter Noah Hewett-Ball, the music group released their debut recording, Govern the nice Existence, in 2005. Another three years noticed the group growing into a bigger and even more cohesive device, fueled partly with the addition of experimental violinist and pianist Sarah Beth Welder, who helped make 2010’s Among the Rectangles and Changeable Parts the music group’s most effective outing to day.

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