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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

New Dodos Record Due This Fall

Posted By on Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 10:41 AM

Big news from the Dodos camp this morning. The local indie pop act finished up work on its third full-length, Time To Die, which will come out September 15, while also expanding its membership by one. Time to Die was recorded in Seattle with famed producer Phil Ek, the man behind many of the big Northwest indie acts of the last decade, from Built to Spill to the Shins and Fleet Foxes. And while Ek helped steer the new Dodos disc, another musician, 21-year-old Keaton Snyder, augmented the drum 'n' guitar lineup with a little vibraphone. With all the Pitchfork love  the band gets, it'll be interesting to see if third time's the charm when it comes to really breaking these deserving musicians nationally.

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