Kaav are the BIGFISH for the month October

This October, we transport you to a land that is serene… where nature, peace and music are all you need to think about. We transport you there with the music of Kaav, one of India’s more recent but more impressive bands. They’ve achieved so much in such a short span of time, and Myopusradio celebrates all their hard work, and of course, all their lovely music this October….

Kaav- Rhapsody of Rains review by IndianRockMP3

I first heard Kaav’s eponymous EP last year, and instantly liked the sound. The instrumentals of the trio from Kochi’s Vypin Island had an almost irreverent, forget-the-rest-of-the-world-we-have-our-own-space feel about it. The songs were not rushed…

Kaav – Rhapsody of Rains review by IMR

The unique signature Kaav leaves behind in its music is the sometimes groovy-sometimes gloomy Folk-inspired leads (on “Kaalichan”, “Thee” and “Rhapsody Of Rains”) thrown in together with time signatures alternating on Progressive Rock, Jazz and Blues inspired jams. This record is a real story-teller if you’ve got a patient ear.e ….

Kaav featured on Deccan Chronicle

They’re from God’s Own Country, and their music is confidently fluid and earthy, almost pleasantly reminiscence of the very place. Kaav has launched its debut album, Rhapsody of Rains. “People who’ve appreciated our self titled EP, Kaav, often tell us that it sounded like an unfinished story. Rhapsody of Rains is a completion to that story,” says Syam, the guitarist..