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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

8 regular shows, a 3 hour Review plus the 2022 Festive 50

Artist Info

Brontosaurus Chorus

Brontosaurus Chorus
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™“Seven songs of supreme melodies... A great start for an impressive band." Artrocker

Brontosaurus Chorus have been kicking around since late 2006, gaining a reputation for joyous, life-affirming live shows which leave the audience grinning like fools. October 2007 saw the release of the cutesy Myth Of Love as a pink split 7” (with Worcester's And What Will Be Left Of Them?), but with their debut album, You've Created A Monster, we've seen the band shrug off the Twee tag in place of something more dynamic and layered. The string section and lilting trumpet sat alongside guitars and drums that weren't afraid to fizz and bang. The vintage pop voice of Jodie Lowther further enhanced the juxtaposition;a soaring vocal which plumbed far darker subjects than its indiepop contemporaries.

NME gave the album 8/10

Artrocker said “Supreme melodies... more of this please”.

The band have played festivals such as Offset, Indietracks and Ireland’s Electric Picnic, gigged in Germany and the Netherlands and shared the stage with Los Campesinos, Micachu, David Devant & His Spirit Wife, Ruby Suns, Laurel Collective & Polysics.
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