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

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The July shows are playing while we are at festivals and on the beach!

Artist Info

Male Gaze

Male Gaze
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Male Gaze, featuring members of Mayyors, Blasted Canyons and The Mall. A trifecta of bad vibes: sheets of fuzz, feedback peeking out the corners, and a B+ Ian Curtis impression dress these diet pill pop tunes in your favorite sweater from 1996. Look for their first full-length on Castle Face in Spring 2015.

"For now, the requirement of all updates concerning Male Gaze include mentions of the trio's past affairs, which include The Mall, Blasted Canyons, and Mayyors. Catalysts of Northern California garage et al (seminal dukes, if you please), unite as a power trio for a new life that finds the three peeling back the bloody scuzz to reveal a buried affinity for pop tunes. Before the big reveal of a full length on Castle Face this summer, bask in the radiation of Male Gaze's "Cliffs of Madness" a-side to a Mt. St. Mtn. 7".

"Cliffs of Madness" careens down a narrow passage of the expected bleed of red lines, blasting with the hope of rendering ear plugs obsolete, and the catered service of appetizing pop sensibilities. Harsh reputations are upheld, but "Cliffs of Madness" sinks its teeth in around the moment Matt Jones drags out the refrain "one more time-aah-ime-ahh-mme-aah-ime". Sure there's a b-side in "Think Twice", but Male Gaze are sneaking suggestive language into the songwriting on "Cliffs of Madness" that will have you lifting the needle back to the beginning of side a." - Impose Magazine
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