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Dawes: We're All Gonna Die

Read "We're All Gonna Die" reviewed by Doug Collette

With the benefit of extended hindsight, Dawes' We're All Gonna Die was certainly the most confounding new rock release of 2016, if not the most disappointing. To the credit of the Los Angeles band, the album (or at least its title) did presage the weighty ennui afflicting the culture by the end of the year. But ...

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Dawes at Higher Ground, South Burlington, VT

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Dawes Higher Ground South Burlington, VT July 21, 2015 Dawes is making up for lost time in 2015. The jny: Los Angeles-based band reasserted themselves as recording artists in the studio with All Your Favorite Bands (Hub Records, 2015) and is now taking the next logical step in their development as ...

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Dawes: Stories Don't End

Read "Stories Don't End" reviewed by Doug Collette

Wrapped in funereal black graphics inside and out, the music of Dawes' third studio album radiates an ambivalence that undermines its ambition.Choosing to record Stories Don't End on the east coast and enlisting the production assistance of Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, among others), Dawes has taken great pains to ...

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Clearwater Festival 2012 Line-Up

Clearwater's 2012 Great Hudson River Revival, also known as the Clearwater Festival, the country’s oldest music and environmental festival, will be held on June 16 and 17 this year. Over the weekend, hundreds of musical artists will appear at the beautiful Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, NY to perform on 7 bio-diesel and solar powered stages. ...

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Dawes: Nothing Is Wrong

Read "Nothing Is Wrong" reviewed by Doug Collette

In the process of redefining rootsy rock and roll out from the West Coast, Dawes has had its profile heightened by association lately, with props from Jackson Browne in the pages of Rolling Stone and as accompanists for The Band's Robbie Robertson. But if the group's second album, Nothing Is Wrong, proves anything, it's that this ...


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