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Customer Reviews

edgy melodic indie interp of the 50's

the new release brings much of the great sound type raveonettes brought several years ago. very catchy indue tune with an almost early 60's aesthetic but definitely an album of the current period. this release and best coast's are playing continuously in the rotation right now

Play With Fire

A Rolling Stones cover.

a good reason that singles are the new LP

Jail La La is at least the most fun song of this year, and the year is getting close to half over. I love the idea of a full pop song under 3 minutes. The Rolling Stones cover is great too. I passed on it at first, until I realized this version was running in my head. Definitely worth the 2 bucks for repeated listening.


Formed: 2008 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Since they emerged at a time when C-86-inspired acts like Vivian Girls and the Pains of Being Pure at Heart were in vogue, it's little wonder that California's Dum Dum Girls -- a group whose '60s-inflected lo-fi pop brings to mind acts like Black Tambourine and Dolly Mixture -- became something of a sensation on the indie circuit soon after the release of their first single. In 2008, lead singer Kristin Gundred (aka Dee Dee) began making solo recordings as Dum Dum Girls, deriving the name both from...
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