Bainbridge-raised bassist returns with Cave Clove

Alisa Saario returns to her childhood home of Bainbridge Island when she and her bandmates in the Oakland, California-based quartet Cave Clove play an 8 p.m. set Nov. 16 at the Treehouse Cafe.

The 21-and-older show is free.

Saario joined guitarist Brent Curriden and founding members Katie Colver (vocals and guitar) and Kendra Kilkuskie (drums.)  The released their latest CD, eponymously titled, Nov. 4.final-full-body-cc-press-shot-1-768x830 She’s second from right in the photo.

Cave Clove also play Nov. 14 at Barboza, 925 E. Pike St. in Seattle, supporting the Jezabels. Tickets ($16) for that show are available at etix.com.

This from the Treehouse’s Web site:

“In March of this year, they began recording at Tiny Telephone Studios with Courtney Fairchild and co-producer Beau Sorenson (Death Cab for Cutie / Bob Mould / Thao & the Get Down Stay Down), who also engineered and mixed the album. The result of their efforts is an eleven-song collection that debuts a reimagined Cave Clove sound. From the first note to the last, Colver’s lyrics and distinctive vocals guide the listener on a journey through tracks that highlight the band’s multifaceted influences. At its center, Cave Clove is a rock album with the band drawing on the many sub-genres and eras the define rock music; the album gains depth and dimension as undertones of classic Motown, 90s beach music, R&B, psychedelia, the Blues and classic pop come in and out of focus along the way.”

Information on the Treehouse show: 206-842-2369, treehousebainbridge.com

— MM

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