Dynoride – Mostly Dead – Video

Dynoride is a US alt-rock band who were first introduced in 2014 and last featured in 2015.

Dynoride - photo by Shadow Fox Photography

Dynoride – photo by Shadow Fox Photography

Always a pleasure to return to, particularly with live performance videos, an arena in which Dynoride excel. A series of videos recently surfaced from a gig last year at ROZZ-TOX – Rock Island in the USA. From the set – Mostly Dead.

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Dynoride – Pardon My Blood – Video

Always a pleasure to find myself able to share something new from the US alt-rock trio Dynoride.

Dynoride - You Think It's Real - artwork

Dynoride – You Think It’s Real – artwork

A recent performance of Pardon My Blood the fourth of the six tracks on the LP Do You Think It’s Real.

You Think It’s Real [version 1] – EP – Dynoride is available on iTunes.*

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Dynoride – Empty – Video

Has it really been over six months since Dynoride from the USA last appeared? As you and I considered many hundreds of bands in the intervening space?

Dynoride - Empty

Dynoride

From an appearance in July – the only real way to get the best out of and understand Dynoride – a live recording of Empty from the LP What You Wanted.

What You Wanted – Dynoride is available on iTunes*.

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Dynoride

Dynoride from Cambridge in the USA is the alt-rock trio of Burnell Eckardt (guitar / vocals), John Taylor (bass) and Jacob Laird (drums).

Dynoride - alt-rock from the USA

Dynoride

Most definitely a band to see and hear live where Dynoride excel and with good fortune in addition to studio releases they also have some live LPs to enjoy. Half spoken vocals are delivered in a maelstrom of guitar and persuasive percussion. Even listening to the music from afar I just need to jam my head into the speakers, little surprise I suffer from tinnitus.

Don’t anticipate a clean well shaven sound to rattle round the ears as the slightly distorted over-loud material weaves its way around the room. It is the infectious reality of it all that makes Dynoride such an entertaining proposition. I am writing this review in 2013 for publication in 2014 and already I find myself thinking ‘editors band of the year 2014’?

Intriguingly from being a regular live act they have announced that there are no shows planned until March – I wonder if there is a Studio release coming up? I must ask, but as it has already taken me since 2012 to get to their introduction I will ask post review.

I particularly raise my hat for their respect for fellow musicians – acknowledging the previous band and introducing the follow on act before they have played a note – as evidenced in the video following.

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Live at the Shop – Dynoride is available on iTunes*.

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