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

26 hours of new shows, including a 3 hour Review plus the 2021 Festive 50

Artist Info

Romantic States

Romantic States
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Romantic States is living.

Based in Baltimore, MD, romantic states are a minimilist rock duo comprising of Jim Triplett (guitar + vocals) and Ilenia Madelaire (drums + vocals). They have released 6 studio albums; S/T (2010), A Shell Is Born (2011), Vessels Of Devils (2013), S/T (2015), Corduroy In Italy (2017) and most recently Ballerina (2019).

*Praise for 'Ballerina' by Romantic States*

"It’s pretty great! ... What makes it special are the words shared by Madelaire, who establishes herself here as a cruel poet of the mundane, consistently hilarious and wicked with a lyrics sheet you’ll want to read."
— Matt Korvette (Yellow Green Red, Pissed Jeans)

"there’s something especially poignant about the quiet power of Romantic States."
— Lydia Woolever (Baltimore Magazine)

"a familiar and beloved staple amongst my most cherished albums ... it offers tremendous emotional depth, but delivered gently, kindly, directly, gracefully, honestly. This isn't just 'good music,' it's special."
— Laurie Spector (Hothead)

"stunning ... it’s like they’ve sponsored an indiepop seance and decided to write the whole score"
— Nathan Lankford (Austin Town Hall)


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