This duo displays on stage nothing but their opposing origins: the metallic and frosty air of the north, and the infectious magic of the south. Berlin based musician Luis DeCicco builds dark and raw guitar riffs that break against the jazzy and charming rhythm of Carlo Corso, pushing the boundaries further, avoiding all forms of self-congratulation. It's definitely an unconventional blues, but their starting point remains the Mississippi-hill-country and its founders. It is precisely the ambivalence of this style - suitable both for dancing and meditation - that drives the Caboose to expand the genre through the topicality of the lyrics and an unexpected, european dark vein. Each song gives life to the next one, creating new atmospheres, looking for risk every time, tempting fate: as every hobo would do by jumping on a running train. " If you want to listen to Blues with a modern attitude but with all the flavor of the good old-fashioned American style, then hinterland blues is the album for you"
" A cd that recalls Wovenhand's sulfurous mood, drone style and hill country blues riffs"
" The Caboose describe a powerful, human, vital suburb "