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This is dot dot dash, an independently run music/pop-culture publication. We pride ourselves on trying to get everyone involved, regardless of their level of experience. Whether you’re a total novice or have 20 years in your field, ddd encourages you to get creative and contribute.

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FEATURE:

A (VERY) BASIC GUIDE TO BECOME A PC MUSIC STAN
How can something so obviously fake feel so real? An introduction to the PC Music World.

LIVE:

INTERVIEW WITH SNAIL MAIL
We sit down with Lindsey Jordan for a chat, and guest-star on guitar.

REVIEW:

A NEW BOILING POINT: HAYLEY WILLIAMS' "SIMMER"
The Paramore frontwoman steps aside to (literally) bare all in her scathing new single.



FEATURE:

BACK TO THE FUTURE OF MUSIC
We review the last decade in music, and make predictions about what could come next.

FEATURE:

WHY IS KILLING EVE EMPOWERING?
A psycho-killer and a secret agent make for an unusual pairing, but their audience is hooked.

FEATURE:

WHO IS PETALS FOR ARMOR?
An Instagram account has been posting (albeit, aesthetically pleasing) close-ups of flowers since October. But who is behind it? And why?



LIVE:

MUNA IN LEEDS (08/12/19)
The LA-grown, synth-pop trio bring their Saves The World tour to a tiny English pub. 

REVIEW:

YOUR FAV. ALBUMS OF 2019
You wrote in about your favourite albums of 2019, and told us about what made them so great.

LIVE:

SIGRID IN NEWCASTLE (27/11/19)
Norwegian pop-master Sigrid pulls out the tunes at a dynamite show in the North East.



FEATURE:

QUEUEING CULTURE: THE DESIRE TO BE CLOSE

“...What time are you getting to the venue?”. ddd explores why so many of us are obsessed with the idea of being within touching distance.

REVIEW:

BRAND NEW EYES (2009) - RETROVIEW
More than 10 years on, how does the sonic turmoil of Paramore’s restless third album stand up?



LIVE:

VAMPIRE WEEKEND IN MANCHESTER (08/11/19)
The avantgarde Indie masters outstretch an arm, and an invitation to dance.



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