Warning: session_start(): open(/kunden/homepages/6/d201552127/htdocs/keloha/files/tmp/sess_ec4123e10407c7072dcaee52c1846215, O_RDWR) failed: Disk quota exceeded (122) in /homepages/6/d201552127/htdocs/keloha/updates/concrete5.6.3.1/concrete/startup/session.php on line 34

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /homepages/6/d201552127/htdocs/keloha/updates/concrete5.6.3.1/concrete/startup/session.php:34) in /homepages/6/d201552127/htdocs/keloha/updates/concrete5.6.3.1/concrete/startup/session.php on line 34

Warning: session_regenerate_id(): Cannot regenerate session id - headers already sent in /homepages/6/d201552127/htdocs/keloha/updates/concrete5.6.3.1/concrete/startup/session.php on line 38
 Cayucas | Keloha
Cayucas

Cayucas

4:35PM - 5:20PM Saturday, July 12 Power 104 Main Stage

Website.pngFacebook.pngTwitter.pnginstagram.pngYoutube.png soundscloud.png

BIO:

No one knows summer like Santa Monica’s Zach Yudin, a man of leisure who recognizes “the epic” in something as simple as a twilight bicycle ride or a short drive up the coast. As Cayucas, Yudin has set about creating an impressionistic portrait of summer’s long, bittersweet dazzle.

An avid bird-watcher, Yudin majored in both Music Theory/Production and Japanese. He spent a post-grad year living and teaching in Tokyo, then taking the past couple of years to hone the sound of Cayucas. He posted a couple of songs online, picking up a lot of love and attention, but it was only when he entered the studio with producer/multi-instrumentalist Richard Swift last year that Cayucas was truly defined — sun-inspired jams that touch upon The Animals, Harry Belafonte and the surfer-folk mysticism of the Northwest.

Text KELOHA2014 to 76000