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We've already heard some really good music from Dinowalrus' upcoming Jorge Elbrecht-produced album, Complexion, a record that has been a while in the works. We first heard the spaced-out "Grounded"…   Read Story »
Dinowalrus have been making spacey new wave for a while, but never before like they do on their upcoming third album, Complexion. After a very long period of work (one of the songs, "Grounded, first…   Read Story »
Last year the Brooklyn band Dinowalrus dropped "Grounded," a warm jam produced by Jorge Elbrecht, and if that name sounds familiar it's because he and Ariel Pink are responsible for one of the best…   Read Story »
Here's a smoky new jam from Brooklyn rockers Dinowalrus, a winding jam that features some freewheelin' harmonica. Download it below. Dinowalrus - "Grounded" A new album, produced by Violens'…   Read Story »
For no particular reason, the Brooklyn trio Dinowalrus have corralled a buddy of theirs, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles, into helping them out on a cover of the Rolling Stones classic…   Read Story »
Way back in 2010, we posted "Phone Home From The Edge," a hazy track from the Brooklyn trio Dinowalrus. The band is finally getting ready to release the new album Best Behavior, and now there's a…   Read Story »
I thought about Dinowalrus today after reading this tweet of theirs: "twin memory sister tapes shadow house." Names. When I posted about them last winter I pointed out their name, noting that,…   Read Story »
Brooklyn “drum n’ drone” trio Dinowalrus has been busy recording new material with Matt Walsh of the Forms. Outside that, co-vocalist/guitarist Pete Feigenbaum (who also plays guitar for Titus…   Read Story »
The name might be tough getting past initially, but Brooklyn "drum n' drone" trio Dinowalrus are a satisfyingly oddball group: Their mix of No Wave jaggedness (both No New York-era and Black Dice…   Read Story »