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Video Spotlight: Dot Dash has a new video for the song ‘Flowers’

Dot Dash has a new video for the song ‘Flowers’ from our most recent album ‘Earthquakes & Tidal Waves’ was produced by Mitch Easter (early R.E.M., Ride, Dinosaur Jr., Wilco, Game Theory)

‘Flowers’ comes from the album ‘Earthquakes & Tidal Waves’ released by Canadian indie label The Beautiful Music

Full streams of the record:  dotdashdc.bandcamp.com

Go To  this Page and get a free MP3 download of ‘Flowers,’ /or full stream: http://dotdashdc.bandcamp.com/track/flowers

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Recent News:
WASHINGTON POST: “Everything we’ve ever read about Dot Dash plays up the group’s collective resume: Singer/guitarist Terry Banks was in St. Christopher and the Saturday People before teaming up with bassist Hunter Bennett in acclaimed indie-rock band Julie Ocean; guitarist Steve Hansgen played bass for hardcore legends Minor Threat and Government Issue, and then the mod group Modest Proposal; drummer Danny Ingram co-founded harDCore band Youth Brigade. Very impressive. But we’re more interested in the music, a retro cocktail that recalls the yearning indie-pop of Sarah Records; the ’80s neo-Byrds jangle of R.E.M., Orange Juice and other seminal college radio artists, and the tight, throbbing basslines and slashing guitars that evoke the Jam and the Clash.” 

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