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Fave Five: The Dodos

Coming off yet another acclaimed set of strum-and-pound indie pop, Meric Long of the Dodos takes our Fave Five challenge and lists the Top Five Records You Can Enjoy With a Two-Year-Old.

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"Nothing Recalibrates Your Brain Like Life": An Interview with the Dodos

A new album freshly minted and already back at work on more material, Meric Long of the Dodos simply can't rest on his laurels. Instead, he sits down with PopMatters to break down his entire process, illuminating why his band is at the forefront of creative indie music.

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The Dodos: 6 June 2011 - Metro, Chicago

California psych-folk rocker duo the Dodos performed a unique powerhouse sound of polyrhythmic drumming, intricate picking and delightful harmonies reminiscent of '90s indie folk rock at the Metro in Chicago.

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The Dodos: 9 June 2011 - New York

New songs rolled out with self-assurance for the benefit of a dedicated audience.

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Another Great Taco- and Tune-Filled SXSW: A Long Weekend Photo Essay

Another great South By weekend. Thanks for the tacos, the drinks and the music... delicious.

Michael Ritchie
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Going Off: An Interview with the Dodos

The Dodos' Meric Long espouses on guitar holes, "super shy" singing, getting Neko Case to sing on half of his band's new album, and how he just wants the Dodo shows to "go off" ...

Jane Jansen Seymour
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The New Pornographers + The Dodos: 19 June 2010 - New York

If you get the chance to check out this legendary group known as the New Pornographers, by all means, check them out.

David Reyneke
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The Dodos: 13 October 2009 - New York

Touring after the release of their latest album, Time to Die, the Dodos revert to a more raw and experimental sound

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Flight of the Dodos: An Interview with the Dodos

With prog-metal meeting West Africa, Meric Long and Logan Kroeber disguise a world of influences in their surprisingly complex sound.

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The Dodos: Visiter

Lazily lumped in with the freak-folk scene, the Dodos really aren’t all that freakish. They easily sit alongside OC alumni as music that Natalie Portman probably just adores.

Cole Stryker
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