An Interview with Dr. Dog: Enter The Flamingo

With eight studio albums under their belt, including their most recent full-length effort, B-Room, Philadelphia’s extravagant psychedelic-based indie rock outlet, Dr. Dog, recently announced that they will be embarking on a newly experimental, yet rewarding chapter in their musical careers by recording a live full-length album.

Since their humble …

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Dr. Dog @ Terminal 5

MANHATTAN, NY—Toby Leaman and Scott McMicken first began writing songs and playing music together in eighth grade in West Grove, Pennsylvania. Over the next few years, they played together in a myriad of bands including Raccoon, Unleash The Bastards, and Beard. Eventually they recorded and released their first album in …

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Dr. Dog: B-Room

Dr. Dog’s newest album, B-Room, is the eighth release since the band’s formation in 1999. The indie folk/psychedelic rock group aimed to have a good time but also make a more bare-bones record. Their previous discs usually incorporated a lot of layering and over-dubbing, which they tried to avoid …

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Interview: Dr. Dog Learns New Tricks

The more you learn, the more you realize how little you know. That’s what Dr. Dog discovered while working on Shame Shame, their Anti- Records debut. The band has always had an insular approach to making music, producing albums like Fate (2009), We All Belong (2007) and Easy Beat

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Dr. Dog: Interview with Scott McMicken

There comes a time when everything makes sense. The stars align. Clocks freeze. The universe is trying to tell you something. At least that’s what Dr. Dog discovered while recording Fate, the follow-up to the band’s critically acclaimed album, We All Belong.

When “fate” surfaced as a possible …

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Shooting From The Hip: Dr. Dog & R. Stevie Moore Take Over The Bowery

Outlandishly primal studio wiz, R. Stevie Moore, a reliable elder statesman given serious adoration from youthful headlining Philly sextet, Dr. Dog, made the most of his commencing opportunity this comfy summer’s eve at Bowery Ballroom. Though generations apart, Moore and Dr. Dog share a love for elliptical ‘60s-styled rock designs. …

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