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Two Dogs, A Television


Michigan natives record a sometimes dark, sometimes dreamy, bluesy album that combines alt-rock, blues, and basically anything that has inspired the now fine-tuned sound. Easy listenable songs that aren’t made for radio, but will still stick in your head nonetheless…and as an added bonus, you won’t get sick of them. Great musicianship along with some great tunes. Check out tracks 3 “I’m Not Afraid Of A Fight”, track 5 “Point Of Contention”, track 7 “Dreams”, and track 10 “We’ll Always Have The Oasis”. – Lane Zoerhof

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