Last time we heard from Dakotafish was in March when the L.A. trio released “Great Ones” for your listening pleasure. As one of the first bands I remember writing about in the early stages of this blog.. I’ve got a major soft spot for these guys. Luckily they happen to be great musicians so quality is never an issue.
I finally got around to giving Dakotafish’s latest effort a proper listen and boy is it great. Many Moons is all sorts of fantastic; it’s complied of tracks that can stand their own and compliment each other very well which is no easy feat. Right now “100 Days,” “We Are Like Gods,” and “Midnight Lemonade” are my favorites but I’m sure I’ll be rotating in a matter of minutes. I just want to know how they do it, really. How is it possible for so many well crafted pop/rock/somewhat-psych/funk jams to be in one place? A steady tempo throughout these ten tracks draws you in and keeps you listening. You should probably get your hands on Many Moons as soon as possible.. I promise it won’t disappoint.
I know I’m a bit late on this one, starting new jobs, finding new routines, etc. But this album is too good, and too big not to post. These dudes have become some solid show buddies over the past year, and hearing about the process of making an album like this. The months (maybe years) of laboring that went into this album is evident through every track.
Click through to go listen and grab the whole eclectic album. I feel a summer anthem album going on.