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by My Dad

Mathy/poppy/pretty/weird project by Philadelphia to Chicago transplant, Dave Collis. Performed everything on debut album, “Stunts”, while the My Dad live version takes many forms.
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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1. Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
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2. Stunts
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4. Blasferatu Is Fuckin' Dead
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5. 83 and Loving It
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6. Tomacco I: Contest
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7. Tomacco II: Panda
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8. Tomacco III: Barb
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Album Notes
"And yet it oftentimes is, but not entirely. Stunts is an album wherein the name encompasses the theme. Imagine an actual suburban home: the garage is full of amps, dad’s power tools and a couple of 20-something punks swaying their heads back and forth, saturated in the dreamy pseudo-reality brought upon by strums, drums and screams.

Stunts will take the listener to this utopia. This is what My Dad’s dad always dreamed his son would not become: an aspiring musician. He shakes his head in disapproval (when in reality, Dad used to be in a band that called him Weed-man way back when he shredded it up on the bass).

Stunts is not rebellious, nor is it an abrasive album. There is a whimsicality that keeps it light but still intrigues the listener with tiny threats of paroxysms and spasms, just to tease the senses and test limitations of sound and structure."

- Rachel Angres,


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