is finally in sight
And we have some cool ways
for you to ring in the new year...
CROSSWORD PUZZLE CONTEST
Since we all still can't go out and do anything yet, put your Caxton knowledge to the test...
see if you have what it takes to solve all the clues!
Or click here to use website to fill in responses
And because we all know that masks continue to be super important in slowing the spread of covid-19...
the first 3 lucky people with all the correct answers will win a new exclusive CAXTON FACE MASK
(choose from the designs below) - we will close the contest once we have all 3 winners verified.
also, Last but not least, our NEWLY UPDATED Spotify and iTunes pages now host the majority of our catalog...
including some early demos from 2008 so be sure to check them out!
H A P P Y N E W Y E A R
We can't wait to see you all again very soon,
Christina Reyes – Vocals/Keys
Adam Surdin – Guitar
Brett McLaughlin – Bass
Brian Pelletier – Drums
“A controlled acid trip awaits you” - SadSteve.com
Alternative indie-pop band Caxton first broke out onto the Coachella Valley music scene in 2008 and continues to deliver their edgy yet familiar sound over a decade later. The controlled intensity of their instrumentals combined with powerful melodic vocals scored them consecutive Best Band and Best Alternative Band wins at the Coachella Valley Music Awards in 2013 - 2017 and most recently Best Song for ‘Uproar’ in 2019.
As a result of countless votes, Goldenvoice invited Caxton to play alongside UK funk band Jungle and Grammy-award winning artist Kimbra at the Tachevah Block Party during the 2015 Coachella Music Festival. That summer, Caxton joined Coachella artists Chicano Batman, Bad Suns, and Phox by playing a live set in the mobile recording studio Jam In The Van to be viewed by thousands on YouTube since.
The acclaim from their 2011 full-length album 'Plotting A Murder' fueled Caxton to work diligently on the long awaited follow-up record ‘The Devil I Know’. The 2019 album spotlights Caxton's eclectic range of influences from Blondie to The Pixies while still unearthing a new version of their own sound.