The band took its name from a Wire song, but rather than leaning toward Wire’s jagged, art-damaged punk, Dot Dash bore more similarities to the jangly, mod-inflected sounds of unofficial ringleader Terry Banks’ former groups Glo-Worm and the Saturday People. The group continued to play out regularly around D.C., opening shows for Urge Overkill, the Trash Can Sinatras, and Chameleons Vox. The summer of 2011 saw the release of the band’s first full-length endeavor, Spark>Flame>Ember>Ash, a 14-song collection recorded in three afternoons.
Tuesday, September 10th, 2019
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Stone Driver, a critically acclaimed rock band from Washington, D.C., and Neenah Gee, a singer-songwriter, just released a collaborative music video covering Billie Eilish’s internationally