Tag Archives: Dum Dum Girls

Out This Week 9/25

Our guest earlier today live on the Morning Show, Sera Cahoone tops this week’s list of new releases with her third solo effort. The Seattle singer-songwriter -- formerly, and sometimes still, drummer -- improves upon her last two excellent albums with what our Music Director, Don Yates, calls, “an often-gorgeous set of haunting country-folk withRead more...

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New Music: Dum Dum Girls - End of Daze EP

Dee Dee and company are back next week with the new Dum Dum Girls EP End of Daze. We heard a couple of these tracks when Dum Dum Girls played the Little Big Show back in July. Then, just a couple weeks ago, the band dropped the fantastic new track “Lord Knows,” which has allRead more...

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Show Review: Little Big Show #3 with Dum Dum Girls & Craft Spells

For the third Little Big Show of the year, Dum Dum Girls and Craft Spells teamed up for a wonderful evening of indie rock harmony. Both bands have elements of shoegaze and post-punk, and together, they comprised a stellar bill. In line with the first two Little Big Shows, all proceeds from the show wentRead more...

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Little Big Show #3 Preview: Dum Dum Girls & Craft Spells this Saturday!

Tomorrow night, KEXP, Starbucks, and STG are proud to present Little Big Show #3, featuring not one, but two Californian dream-pop bands with enough atmosphere to shield our summery city for an evening. Tickets are still available for Saturday’s Little Big Show #3 at the Neptune Theatre, featuring Dum Dum Girls and Craft Spells withRead more...

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Live Around Town This Week

We hope you’ve got a little bit of energy left from the Block Party weekend to enjoy some great shows this week.  On Monday, there’s a highly anticipated show at the Showbox with two amazing bands: Dirty Projectors and Wye Oak. On Wednesday, Big K.R.I.T., Casey Veggies, Big Sant, and Tito Lopez shake things up at Neumos,Read more...

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2011 Top Ten List Spotlight: Abe Beeson

The KEXP DJs hear thousands of albums every year, but in 2011, which ten really stood out for them? Find out as KEXP looks at each DJ’s list through the month of December, leading up to our 2011 Top 90.3 Countdown, as voted on by YOU, the KEXP listener! Tune in on Friday, December 30thRead more...

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2011 Top Ten List Spotlight: Quilty 3000

The KEXP DJs hear thousands of albums every year, but in 2011, which ten really stood out for them? Find out as KEXP looks at each DJ’s list through the month of December, leading up to our 2011 Top 90.3 Countdown, as voted on by YOU, the KEXP listener! Voting ends on Monday, December 19th,Read more...

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2011 Top Ten List Spotlight: DJ El Toro

The KEXP DJs hear thousands of albums every year, but in 2011, which ten really stood out for them? Find out as KEXP looks at each DJ’s list through the month of December, leading up to our 2011 Top 90.3 Countdown, as voted on by YOU, the KEXP listener! Voting ends on Monday, December 19th,Read more...

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Live Video: KEXP at CMJ, Day 2

The second day of our live broadcast from Ace Hotel New York, sponsored by Toyota Free Yr Radio, was filled with some of the very best bands performing the 2011 CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival. Brooklyn trio Widowspeak started the morning in the lobby of the Ace with a moody yet charming set ofRead more...

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KEXP @ CMJ 2011, Day 2: Dum Dum Girls

“I’m for real,” she says, that reality stinging sweetly because she seems too good to be true. Dum Dum Girls started out great - Dee Dee (Kristen Gundred) telling Iggy that girls can be basement-huffing, broken-heart, beat-on-the-brat bomp rockers too with the Ramone-esque use of the name (Pop’s song was “Dum Dum Boys”) - andRead more...

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