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“Denver’s Dorian Vibe have one intent with their melodic material; to lay down some serious grooves that’ll get your bodies gyrating on the dance floors of local clubs. The resulting sound is a potion of electro-groove-space-funk that’ll satiate even the most ardent music lovers. They have a strong mix of vocal and instrumental creations that will satisfy. You really can’t pigeon-hole the sounds emanating from the band. I’ve heard jam/pop, funk/fusion, and many other derivatives, but the Dorian Vibe sound is an infectiously melodic trip when you give them a spin or see them live, with a big emphasis on seeing a live set.”
“Dorian Vibe: Move to the Groove”
“I’ll always be a bit wary of a band that names itself after a mode, but Dorian Vibe are all about the groove, with a loose, open feel that makes their jams inviting and involving rather than noodly and navel gazing. Danceable, melodic material, delivered with relaxed precision, and tons of imagination. This is soulful, exuberant fun from start to finish.”
“That’s not to say the traditional psychedelic rock genre went unrepresented. Denver band Dorian Vibe stretched out a long Phish-style set. A band of highly educated musicians, they played as jam band purists, and could have been the house band at Quixote’s, whose collection of Grateful Dead concert posters is surely unmatched. The ample guitar solos and vocal harmonizing harkened The Dead. This band was seasoned, with the momentum to jam all night, and would have been great at Summer Camp...”
“Radio interview with Joe and Chris from Dorian Vibe.”