It's hard to believe it's already been 13 years since Dr. Dog first started making music. Once considered an extremely underground act playing shows to support their Easy Beat album, their first for a record label in the early aughts, they've since gone on to tour alongside The Spinto Band, My Morning Jacket and The Raconteurs.
Dr. Dog's blend of psychedelic rock, heavily inspired by the freak-folk of the 60s and 70s, has now gained a sizable audience. They've moved from structured sonics to a looser and wilder style, indicative of their growth as a band in the past decade and a persistence in experimenting with a sound they perfected several albums ago.
Songs performed: "Old Black Hole," "Lonesome," and "Turning The Century."
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- Dr. Dog performs in The Current studio Dr. Dog has been creating music in various incarnations in their hometown of Philadelphia for nearly six years now.
- Dr. Dog performs in The Current studio Dr. Dog has been described as a psychedelic rock band and have drawn comparisons to bands of the 1960's, including The Beatles, The Band, and The Beach Boys.
- Dr. Dog performs in The Current studio Dr. Dog has graced The Current studios with their presence twice so far, and each time the band has perfectly showcased their signature mix of psychedelic sounds and innovative indie rock. They've been called one of the DIY's generation's most promising up-and-comers, and over the last few years they have lived up to that expectation.