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

Getting back into the swing of things now. 26 hours this month including a special show with all spoken links in Bahasa!

Artist Info

Sloppy Heads

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Who are these Sloppy Heads? Your Sloppy Heads are notable because they are being the only band ever from Brooklyn! They are Bill the Drummer (aka V. Stiles) and Ariella Stok (aka Starmaiden) and Jimmy Jumpjump (aka Frow #1). The instruments in the Sloppy Heads are singing, guitar, bass, the organ, the drums, and the noise, and they are all done by everybody. They have their own instruments, and are writers of songs together. And for their album Useless Smile (2017, Shrimper Records) they are also having of the recording and guitaring of James McNew (aka J. McNew) of Yo La Tengo and Dump. They are giving birth to this band in 2009. Why is there no Sloppy Heads album before? Your Sloppy Heads stay very under the ground! Before, they are making of a seven-inch EP (First Gasp) and cassette tapes (Custy Blaster and Do Or Dangle) and CD-Rs and also been on compilation by Brah Records that is benefitting Japanese earthquake victims name of Koozies, Woodies And Beers, and compilation recording for magazine of Yeti.
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