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

For June we have 30 hours of new shows - including an exclusive session

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My Teenage Stride

My Teenage Stride
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™My Teenage Stride is Jedediah Smith with Brett Whitmoyer, and a rotating cast of other musicians, such as Jenny Logan from Ribbons and Jeff Ciprioni from The Metric Mile. The group began in Brooklyn in 2004, essentially as a bedroom project for permanently wired songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Smith. As interest rose and an album was released, Smith slowly got together a proper band, though he is still the sole instrumentalist on the bulk of the band's recordings to date, with the exception of some of Ears Like Golden Bats and most of the their digital-only EP, Lesser Demons. Musically, Smith is equally indebted to the Postcard Records/C86 sound, (e.g. Josef K, the Jesus & Mary Chain, the Wedding Present and Orange Juice, to name a few), the early-60s Brill Building/girl group/bubblegum sound, 70s Brian Eno, 80s Flying Nun Records artists like The Clean, Tall Dwarfs, and The Chills, and English post-punk such as Joy Division.

My Teenage Stride continues to record and perform and is currently working on its fourth full-length in the band's own small studio.

In December 2008 My Teenage Stride wrote a song for a Christmas compilation called 'An Indiecater Christmas' which was put out by Indiecater Records.
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