Interactive album release from Dog of Man
Dog of Man’s debut album has arrived following an interactive launch which saw fans voting on weekly video polls to determine the sequence of songs. ‘Dogmatic Manual’ is now available on Bandcamp, iTunes and Spotify.
Early reviews have praised the band’s exciting and wayward mash-up of accordion-led punk, psychedelic rock and grunge pop. Meanwhile, their recent launch party and festival shows have left punters sweaty, bewildered and grinning. There’s plenty more to come.
Dog of Man emerged, blinking, from a basement in Brighton with a demented collection of songs bursting with wild riffs, wry humour and improbable choruses. What started as a cathartic noise jam morphed into the weirdest rock music you’ll ever dance to. Dog of Man have brought their turbulent live show to London raves, squatted Amsterdam dockyards and beach parties in Croatia. This year the band hosted an exhibition of their own art work, played dozens of shows across the UK and headlined a European tour.
Influences for Dog of Man come as wide and varied as Beirut, Lightning Bolt, Venetian Snares, Pixies, System of a Down, Cardiacs, Igorrr, Primus, Nirvana, Metz and Gogol Bordello. The band have previously supported Acid Mothers Temple, Purson, Cabbage, Blyth Power and Here Lies Man.
What Others Say
“Like Fugazi playing a sweaty squat with tinges of punk folk and shredding geeetar!” - King Prawn
“A formidable live act, like dream headliners for an end-of-the-world party.” - Brighton Source
“A wild mix; alternative, a bit of new wave, a pinch of grunge and all the feisty charm and unrestrained energy of a punk band. Like a horror trip on any synthetic drug. Slanted, dark and a little paranoid.” - Soundkartell Music Blog
“Like a complicated parking manoeuvre or a particularly violent thunderstorm, they have to be witnessed firsthand to be fully appreciated.” - Dark Side Music
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