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Geodesic Dome Piece

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"Geodesic Dome Piece" is the new album from California's The Blank Tapes. Featuring 12 tracks of stoned-out rock n' roll bliss—ranging from jangly guitar balladry to electric sitar psych-outs, neo-pop nuggets, 70’s rock juggernauts, and heavy fuzz freakouts—this is the Blank Tape’s first full length record since 2012's breakout release "Vacation". Recorded in San Francisco, this record riffs on the City's rock n' roll legacy and everybody’s favorite emerald herb. Royal Oakie Tapes and Records out of Oakland, CA is excited to be releasing “Geodesic Dome Piece” on vinyl, cassette tape, and digital megabytes on January 13, 2015.

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released 13 January 2015

Matt Adams sings, guitars, bass, keyboards, percussion, and misc.
Spencer Grossman drums 1 to 3, 5 to 10, 12, and sings 2, 5, 10
Will Halsey drums 3, 11
Pearl Charles sings 4, 6, 9 to 11
Indianna Hale sings 7
Alan Siegel sings and plays saxophone 8
Bryant Dennison sings 8
Sean Olmstead sings 11
Joe Napolitano percussion 7, 10
Charles Gonzalez handclaps 2
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The Blank Tapes Los Angeles, California

“The Blank Tapes sound like the Archies if Lou Reed had written their songs.” -- The New Yorker

“A bent version of 60’s pop...really fun.” -- NPR

“A Winsome Garage-Pop Gem.” -- SPIN

“Awesome every time.” -- LA Weekly
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