NPR.org - \' Cavedoll is prolific, almost to the point of absurdity. The neo-new wave group has released 13 albums in the past year. At the root of it all is the hyper-active imagination of frontman, Camden Chamberlain. For Cavedoll\'s latest release, No Vertigo, Chamberlain and the rest of his band serve up a hip-shaking burst of feel-good energy, inspired by \'80s synth pop, electronica and punk. The album opens with the infectious and explosive \'Decoder,\' with a driving synth bass groove and Chamberlain\'s crooning voice singing, \'you know you want it!\' No Vertigo takes a slightly darker, Cure-like tone on songs like \'Cut in Half\' and \'Soma E Coup,\' while tracks like \'The Past That Was\' and \'Now Is Our Time\' are quieter and more introspective. But the urge to dance is still there.\'