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

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Dark Dark Dark

Dark Dark Dark
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Dark Dark Dark is an American folk band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Formed in 2006, the band has toured extensively in the United States and Eastern Asia and is known for blending minimalism, New Orleans jazz, Americana, Eastern European folk, and pop.

In 2008, Dark Dark Dark released their debut album The Snow Magic on Supply and Demand Music.

Their second album, Wild Go, released on October 5, 2010 via Supply and Demand Music, began in 2006 as a collaboration between multi-instrumentalists and singers Nona Marie Invie and Marshall LaCount. The single “Daydreaming” from Wild Go was featured in Episode 7, Season 7 of Grey’s Anatomy, in Episode 18, Season 1 of Switched at Birth and in Episode 5, Season 1 of Good Girls. “Daydreaming" was also used as background music in the February 11, 2011 episode of American Idol and in the Degrassi: The Next Generation episode, "Jesus, Etc., Part 2". The song 'Wild Goose Chase' made an appearance in Episode 1, Series 6 of Skins in the UK. "In Your Dreams", also from Wild Go, is used as the theme for the BBC drama Thirteen.

In 2012, the band released Who Needs Who on Supply and Demand Music.
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