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Alternative / Pop / Rock / Electronic / Experimental Chicago, IL  US
Forget Me
Forget Me
Arrest Yourself
Arrest Yourself
Sounds Of Your Lovers
Sounds Of Your Lovers


  • 2014

    Feb 13

    Chicago, IL, US | 8:30pm
  • 2012

    Sep 27

    Chicago, IL, US | 9:00pm
  • 2012

    May 25

    Chicago, IL, US | 8:30pm
  • 2012

    May 16

    Chicago, IL, US | 9:30pm
  • 2011

    Dec 23

    Chicago, IL, US | 8:00pm

    Dozens - Goodbye Cleveland, Dashtone, Rememberwhens This event is 21 and over DozensWebsiteFacebookLinks"Now this James Murphy, is how you hit a high note ... Beginning with a brilliant and teeming seascape—one of the most effective I’ve heard grafted onto a rock song... Anyone already departing for land might regret not sticking around for side B... it’s a sound the Dozens do very, very well...Their pace is frantic; their mood thick with dope." - Coke Machine Glow (Featured NBH!) Read Coke Machine Glow's full review here - www.cokemachineglow.com/record_review/5380/dozens-dozens-2010 The track "Lacuna" featured #1 on Coke Machine Glow's NBH! Podcast of songs to listen to this summer (2010) - www.cokemachineglow.com/podcast/5409/nbhcast-viii "With less than a year together ... the trio of Kyle Mann, Vincent Naples, John Norman weave textures and sounds with the best, combining elements of Morphine, mellower Alice in Chains, and even a touch of Fleet Foxes. These three harmonize in song and instrument to create a tight collection of sonic explorations." - The Deli Magazine



Bio: Dozens are a group from Chicago, IL.


"Indie pop at its best, extremely catchy" - Indie Track of the Day

"Sounds Of Your Lovers is a melodic masterpiece...the sound of electric guitars fuses with an up-beat piano riff to provide a fitting backdrop for an excellent chorus." - FMV...See Full Bio

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"The intro of “Forget Me” could easily find itself on a MGMT record, but the track’s funky, dream pop vibe could be more accurately described as Hall & Oates with more sweeping, upbeat synths. Yes, Forget Me's beat bounces in all the right places while the vocals get serious and soulful." - Loud Loop Press

— Loud Loop Press



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