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Artist Info

Slaughter Beach, Dog

Slaughter Beach, Dog
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Slaughter Beach, Dog is an indie rock/folk band, the brainchild of Philadelphia-based musician Jake Ewald - best known as one quarter of Modern Baseball. The other members include fellow Modern Baseball member Ian Farmer on bass, Adam Meisterhans on guitar, Logan Roth on keyboard, and Zack Robbins on drums. As of 2022, Jake and co have recorded and released 4 full-length LP's, 2 EP's, 2 singles and an Audiotree Live Session.

Each record has represented a stylistic shift for the band with the Modern Baseball adjacent beginnings of "Welcome", to the more genre varied and less punk influenced "At The Moonbase".

They have released four singles, including “Strange Weather“, “Float Away”, “Summer Windows” & ”Engine” on the lead up the release of their newest album “Crying, Laughing, Waving, Smiling” on September 22nd 2023.
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