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“Faja Blues” Album Release Party! Saturday September 25th, 2010 @CassavetesBand @drunkenunicorn ATL!!

c a s s a v e t e s

(Experimental Indie Rock from Atlanta, GA.)

You can listen to/download our new record,Faja Blues, and grab a few free tracks, here. And, if you like things limited, numbered, and real…

Faja Blues LIMITED EDITION CDs ARE AVAILABLE NOW!!

Limited to an edition of 500, these albums were assembled with care by the band. Packaged in beautiful recycled chipboard sleeves, hand-stamped and numbered, they really are a sight to see and hold. Includes lyrics and liner notes. Purchase includes a free digital edition of the album as well.

While you’re here, feel free to follow us on twitter, read our blog, check out our label, like us on facebook, watch some videos, or email us!

Yours in Music,

Cassavetes

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“Faja Blues” Album Release Party!

Saturday September 25th, 2010

Where: Drunken Unicorn in Atlanta.

With: Ghost Party and Bears of Blue River

for more info click here.

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REVIEWS OF FAJA BLUES:

“Suddenly, you’re reminded of the way that the Velvet Underground (or perhaps more accurately, post-Velvets indie pioneers like Yo La Tengo and The Feelies) could take a simple, ostensibly uncomplicated idea and make something oddly insistent and urgent out of it…In the end, Cassavetes’ most impressive accomplishment of all might be the fact that they get a vibe across with a minimum of discernible “attitude.” That alone is an achievement worthy of high praise in today’s indie-rock universe.” —- Limewire Music Blog

“…one of the better ones to drop during that time was Cassavetes‘ newest,Faja Blues. Robert Horlick has this raw, emotional, almost magical quality to his music that seems unquantifiable yet potent.” ———– Davy Minor, Ohmpark.com

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