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Caleb Groh





Caleb Groh has a little something for everyone on "Ocelot"

Ocelot by Caleb Groh is the kind of music you forget you love because not enough people are doing anything similar. There's the smooth electronic current that runs through the entire album, but Groh knows when to break convention a la the out-there folk leanings of revered freakpop headmaster Karl Blau. There's a delicate balance of being too weird for to be accesible and too vanilla to be memorable, and Ocelot confidently establishes a space for itself in the sweet spot between. -Austin Phy

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Caleb Groh Debuts Single "Let It Groh"

Photo: Juan Solorzano and Brothers Design Co 

Dylan be damned; the soft cooing folk crooner, Caleb Groh, has abandoned the folksy roots sound he cut his teeth with for synth grooves. The singer-songwriter debuted his single, “Let It Groh,” off his forthcoming Hot Pop EP (October 30), and to say Groh’s foray into bedroom R&B is infectious would be a startling understatement. Groh layers irresistible synth melodies over purring Wurlitzer sounds, and carries the track with his dream state falsetto. A track with whispers of Phil Collins, Toto, and Phoenix, “Let It Groh” offers the perfect preview of his intrepid departure from indie-folk. -Sean McHugh

 

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