Experimental Dental School

I just finished listening to the Experimental Dental School album 'Forest Field.' I could draw comparisons to Deerhoof and maybe some early K Records stuff that echoed the No Wave movement in NYC. The band is giving away the whole album for free on their site now.

I suggest you download it, because this band just gets it. I will most certainly seek out their next live show in my area to not just pay a cover, see them live but also grab a t-shirt because they have a pretty wonderful band name. Experimental Dental School. Ha! Radness indeed.

Download: Experimental Dental School 'Forest Field' (via EDS site)

TWO PERSON BANDS ARE THE NEW BLACK. (You heard that first here.)

EDS are on tour now, and in my area in a week. Looking forward to it.

9/2 Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
9/3 Denver, CO @ Hi Dive
9/4 Lincoln, NE @ Knickerbockers
9/5 Iowa City, IA @ Picador
9/6 Chicago, IL @ Reggies
9/8 Lexington, KY @ Al's Bar
9/9 Pittsburgh, PA @ Garfield Artworks
9/10 Rochester, NY @ Dubland Underground
9/11 Brooklyn, New York @ Death By Audio
9/12 Brooklyn, New York @ Market Hotel
9/13 Waltham, MA @ Chums
9/15 philadelphia @ Danger Danger Gallery
9/17 Durham, NC @ the Pinhook w/ Bellafea
9/18 Athens, OH @ Ohio State University
9/19 Nashville TN @ Little Hamilton Collective
9/20 Hot Springs, AR @ The Exchange
9/21 Tulsa, OK @ Sound Pony
9/22 Oklahoma City, OK @ The Conservatory
9/23 Houston, TX @ Mink Backroom
9/24 Dallas, TX @ The Lounge on Elm Street
9/25 Austin,TX @ Mohawk
9/26 Lubbock,TX @ Bash Riprocks
9/27 El paso, TX @ Zeppelin's
9/29 Phoenix AR @ Modified Arts
9/30 Flagstaff, AZ @ Hotel Monte Vista
10/1 LA, CA @ the Smell
10/2 SF, CA @ Hemlock Tavern

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