Amazon has released Indie for the Holidays, an exclusive compilation featuring new holiday songs from Lisa Loeb, Kill Hannah, Reverend Horton Heat, Rogue Wave, Born Cages, Matisyahu and more.

Track Listing
1. Ivan & Alyosha - Being Home For Christmas
2. Bhi Bhiman - Who's Up There?
3. Langhorne Slim - Deck The Halls (with Boughs of Holly)
4. SOAK - The Christmas Waltz
5. The LeeVees & Matisyahu - Outside of December
6. Born Cages - Ave Maria
7. Family of the Year - NYE
8. Robert Pollard - What Begins on New Year's Day
9. Amason - O Little Town of Bethlehem
10. YACHT - Christmas Alone
11. Tuxedo -...
Alex DiVincenzo on 11/25/15 - 08:57 PM
Another week, another wave of warped bands announced. This week's announcements are Being As An Ocean, Born Cages, Rotting Out and While She Sleeps.
Keagan Ilvonen on 01/07/15 - 05:12 PM
Yesterday we told you Razor & Tie has started an imprint called Washington Square and its inaugural signing is The Hold Steady. Today we bring you the news that the label will also be releasing new music from Deaf Havana and Born Cages soon.
Christian Wagner on 01/09/14 - 09:26 AM
Born Cages' (ex-Jet Lag Gemini) new EP, The Sidelines, can be stream on Filter.
Keagan Ilvonen on 06/16/13 - 06:26 PM
You can stream a new Born Cages (ex-Jet Lag Gemini) track titled "Caiti" here.
Keagan Ilvonen on 06/07/13 - 12:40 PM
Born Cages (ex-Jet Lag Gemini) will release The Sidelines EP, on June 18th via Razor & Tie. You can stream the band's latest single, "Don't Look Back" in the replies.

Track Listing
01) Donít Look Back
02) Caiti
03) Metaphor
04) Perfect Harmony
05) Cover My Bandís Song (Intro)
Keagan Ilvonen on 05/29/13 - 01:50 PM
Razor & Tie has signed New York indie rockers Born Cages (ex-Jet Lag Gemini). They're currently in the studio finishing up their debut album. Listen to their new song tilted "Don't Look Back" here.
Alex DiVincenzo on 02/26/13 - 06:59 AM
Electric Sun (ex-Jet Lag Gemini) have changed their name to Born Cages.
Vlad's ExplinationWeíre all born ďcagesĒ of some sort, in some way. I donít believe anyone is born truly free. Itís your own life decisions and understanding of freedom that makes you liberated. We still live in a world where some peopleís rights are determined by factors they canít change. Although some are obviously born with much heavier burdens and surroundings than others, we all still have problems. We all have cages that we need to open. Life is extremely imperfect - but you have to find the ďcageĒ thatís holding you down, acknowledge its existence, and then figure out a way to break out.
Keagan Ilvonen on 10/15/12 - 11:53 AM

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