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dot dash “shouting in the rain”

  From Washington D.C. — melodic guitar-pop stuff; two guitars, bass and drums… ex-members of Julie Ocean, The Saturday People (Slumberland label), Youth Brigade (Dischord label), St. Christopher (Sarah label), Swervedriver (Creation label), etc.

Publicado em 2012, dot dash | Publicar um comentário

dot dash new vídeo "the past is another country" 2012

From the new Dot Dash album Winter Garden Light here’s a vídeo of The Past Is Another Country. Other songs you can stream at bandcamp like this one:

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julie ocean "long gone and nearly there" 2008

D.C.’s Julie Ocean, fortunately, does not fall into that last category. They follow the same tried-and-true equation, but drop some unexpected elements– Shakespeare quotes, French movie references– into their songs, which they play loud and fast, turning the requisite power-pop … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 2008, dot dash, julie ocean, the saturday people | Publicar um comentário

dot dash new vídeo

Dot Dash new vídeo for the song “Learn How To Fly”. You can download it here. The song in the video comes from the spark>flame>ember>ash album, released by Canadian indie The Beautiful Music and available on iTunes, eMusic, Amazon and … Continuar a ler

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cf 2012: for the love of pop

chickfactor will celebrate its 20-year anniversary with five blissful nights of sparkling indie pop on the Northeast Corridor of the USA (three in NY; two in DC) including the first shows in years by Black Tambourine, Small Factory, Pipas, The … Continuar a ler

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dot dash "spark>flame>ember>ash" 2011

Dot Dash is a post punk pop band from Washington D.C. If this bio had one of those “RIYL/Recommended If You Like” sections, it might drop names like The Jam, Joy Division, or The Byrds… or perhaps it would bring … Continuar a ler

Publicado em 2011, dot dash | Publicar um comentário