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Dungeonesse - Dungeonesse album flac

  • Performer: Dungeonesse
  • Album: Dungeonesse
  • FLAC: 1851 mb | MP3: 1883 mb
  • Released: 2013
  • Country: US
  • Style: Synth-pop, Indie Pop
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 593
  • Format: FLAC AUD AU DTS XM APE MP4
Dungeonesse - Dungeonesse album flac

Tracklist

Shucks
Drive You Crazy
Show You
Private Party
Nightlight
This Could Be Home
Wake Me Up
Cadillac
Anywhere You Are
Soon

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SC276 Dungeonesse Dungeonesse ‎(LP, Album) Secretly Canadian SC276 US 2013
SC276 Dungeonesse Dungeonesse ‎(CD, Album) Secretly Canadian SC276 US 2013
SC276 Dungeonesse Dungeonesse ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Secretly Canadian SC276 US 2013
SC276 Dungeonesse Dungeonesse ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Secretly Canadian SC276 US 2013


Dungeonesse - "Nightlight" from the album 'Dungeonesse' out May 14, 2013 on Secretly Canadian.

Dungeonesse Lyrics ShucksLyrics Drive You CrazyLyrics Show YouLyrics Private PartyLyrics NightlightLyrics This Could Be HomeLyrics Wake Me UpLyrics CadillacLyrics Anywhere You AreLyrics SoonLyrics.

Dungeonesse is sparkling, intimate, and not nearly as self-conscious as you might expect, though it could lose the awkward raps. The debut album from Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner and White Life's Jon Ehrens recreates the omnipresent 90s pop that permeated their childhoods with aplomb. Dungeonesse is sparkling, intimate, and not nearly as self-conscious as you might expect, though it could lose the awkward raps. Something that Jon and I talk about a lot is the idea of reclaiming pop music," Wye Oak singer/guitarist Jenn Wasner said as an introduction to their new electro-pop duo Dungeonesse.

Album · 2013 · 10 Songs. See All. Drive You Crazy, Private Party - Single.

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Wasner and Ehrens have made an album that honors their devotion to R&B and dance music in the best way possible, with love, respect, and a bunch of memorable jams. (This Is Why) I Can't Wear White, 15 - Single.

You haven’t always been able to hear it in the actual music that comes out of the city, but Baltimore’s DIY-heavy indie rock scene has always been a beautifully unsnobby and pop-happy sort of place. I haven’t lived there in nearly eight years, and haven’t spent nearly enough time there since I moved out, but I cherish memories of Baltimore as a place where you’d argue the merits of Three 6 Mafia deep cuts between bands at, like, an Out Hud show