Vibrationland | Dugong

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by Vibrationland

Genre-blending, multi-instrument bending, head needs a mending, strange egg rock
Genre: Rock: Americana
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Album Notes
"Dugong" is Vibrationland's first studio-recorded CD release.

It is filled with a nervous, enthusiatic energy that can be heard on every track.

The songs mix many genres and instruments (anything is fair game) to form a unique blend that likes to play at the boundaries, but usually can still be considered rock.

"Dugong" is experimental and yet is also familiar. Whatever it is, it certainly isn't boring.


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Wild Chirp

Well constructed pop songs with experimental, and occasionally brash, bends . .
If anything, I have to give Vibrationland props for having the courage to try so many different genres on one album. Dugong is somewhere in between the reckless drug-addled satire meets reverance of Ween and the syrupy nerdiness of They Might Be Giants. V-land are presumably on drugs, but they are nice druggies. You can just tell by the music. Most of these are well constructed pop songs with experimental, and occasionally brash, bends, but above all they're genuine and interesting.
-Carl Johns

Isthnmus: The Weekly Newspaper Of Madison

Vibrationland . . . brings inspiration and persperation in equal measure
Throw the Residents, Mudhoney and the Swell Maps into a blender, and you get Vibrationland, a studio-project-cum-band that brings inspiration and persperation in equal measure. Fans of British post-punk will recognize the production values that envelop their release, DUGONG . . . Bands like Vibrationland are more about creating a rambunctious indie-pop sound than making any overarching statement . . . DUGONG is certainly successful; in fact, sometimes it surpasses much of the faux-naive product that's routinely pimped by Spin and a half-dozen other despirately with-it media outlets.

exerpt from a review by:
Tom Laskin,
Isthmus, Vol.24, No.48
Nov. 26, 1999

Gajoob, Reviewed By Bryan Baker

This definitely has a very cool explorational ... feel
Vibationland consists of a group of revolving players throughout this exellent homestyle CD. . . all join in with guitars a'plenty, plus lots of synths, kazoos, mandolin and more. This definitely has a very cool explorational hometaper feel with the solid consistency of a band project.
Elements of psych-rock, folk and whathaveyou are developed into a sound that can only be called their own. Highly recommended.

John Noyd -- Maximum Ink Music Magazine

Vibrationland's premeditated impulses appear both ingenious and spontaneous, rag
With its brand of watery blissed out hippie pop and savage punk sophistry, Madison-based Vibrationland posits itself somewhere between sacrilege and satire... "Dugong" just pushes past the half hour mark, making each tune a micro-encapsulated powder-keg of mayhem of meadows, soft, drifting noodlings or disrupted chains of short fuses... (it) comes across as a marriage between the Mekons and Bonzo Dog Band.
Vibrationland's premeditated impulses appear both ingenious and spontaneous, ragged and rehearsed. "Dugong" radiates an experimental feel, with adventures in cameo appearances of unique musical settings that lend a fanciful home grown vibe.