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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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The Kabeedies

The Kabeedies
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™The Kabeedies are an amazingly upbeat, vibrant and unique four-piece band consisting of Evan - vocals/guitar, Fab - drums, Katie - vocals, and Roary - vocals/bass.

Their new single "Eyes" is available on iTunes to pre-order.

Their new album 'Soap' will be released in the UK on the 23rd of January.

The band from Norwich/Woodbridge, England are self-described as being a suspicious gathering of some boys and a girl producing shit pop music.

They have a definite edge of experimentation, with a wide use of vocals and lyrics that can both bewilder and provide great meaning to the listener. Despite this unique flair The Kabeedies have a wide variety of influences such as Bjorn, The Smiths, Blur, Blondie, The Strokes, Devo, and Buddy Holly.

Their debut Album 'Rumpus' is available now from www.nrone.co.uk 'Rumpus' is the debut album from this British band, having previously released a string of EPs since 2008.

'Rumpus' is one of those albums that makes time fly bye when you listen, the tracks compliment each other in such a way that it often becomes difficult to determine when one ends, and another begins.
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