Tuesday, June 28 2011
Even after scoring their first #1 album, Cake aren't taking it easy. In this fascinating, downright philosophical discussion with PopMatters, frontman John McCrea talks about misguided youth culture, genre as satire, and oh so much more.
Wednesday, January 12 2011
Showroom represents the outfit's first studio effort on its own independent Upbeat Records label. The move was prompted by band members' perhaps unsurprising desire to manage their career on their own terms, says trumpet player Vincent DiFiore.
Wednesday, May 18 2011
Every Cake song is the product of a recipe that has managed to keep them relevant for almost 20 years.
Wednesday, January 19 2011
Cake sounds re-energized here despite doing the same things they've always done. Maybe that six-year break between new albums was something we all needed.
Thursday, June 4 2009
Cake put on a loose, fun show in Houston. At least until lead singer John McCrea got frustrated with the audience for not being able to guess what type of tree the band was trying to give away.
Monday, August 13 2007
A collection of covers (and a few revisited originals), Rarities and B-Sides finds Cake finding inspiration in the usual strange places.
Friday, February 22 2002
Thursday, December 9 2010
Next Cake release is previewed in holiday concert.