Damaged Bug


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June 18, 2020

Damaged Bug (Oh Sees) Shares Bug On Yonkers & Exclusive Interview Via Raven Sings The Blues | New Album Bug On Yonkers Out 6/20 Via Castle Face Records

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May 27, 2020

Damaged Bug (Oh Sees) Shares "In My Heart" & Exclusive Interview Via Reviler | Vinegar Mirror Re-Issue Out Now | New Album Bug On Yonkers Out 6/20 Via Castle Face Records

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April 2, 2020

Damaged Bug (Oh Sees) Shares "Sold America" Via American Songwriter | Shares Exclusive Vinegar Mirror Re-Issue Photos Via Talkhouse Vinegar Mirror Re-Issue Out Now | New Album Bug On Yonkers Out 4/18 Via Castle Face Records

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BIOGRAPHY

Recorded at home in the fall of 2013 with a variety of synthesizers, drum machines, and assorted hand-made electronics, Damaged Bug is Oh Sees mastermind John Dwyer's latest bit of cracked pop alchemy. The project is the cure to the ailment of too much guitar for too long. Fizzing and sputtering like a glowing temperamental cockpit control panel, this is Dwyer bunkered deep in a blinking laboratory and penning songs about the long arc of our travels across space and time. Propulsive beats and synthetic veneers support and coat laser guided melodies reflecting off shiny metal surfaces, and instrumental interludes pop in and out like breaks in the asteroid belt. A far-out side of our main man - nocturnal, hard-wired, and chrome-plated. Original artwork by Deirdre White.

Recorded at home in the fall of 2013 with a variety of synthesizers, drum machines, and assorted hand-made electronics, Damaged Bug is Oh Sees mastermind John Dwyer’s latest bit of cracked pop alchemy. The project is the cure to the ailment of too much guitar for too long. Fizzing and sputtering like a glowing temperamental cockpit control panel, this is Dwyer bunkered deep in a blinking laboratory and penning songs about the long arc of our travels across space and time. Propulsive beats and synthetic veneers support and coat laser guided melodies reflecting off shiny metal surfaces, and instrumental interludes pop in and out like breaks in the asteroid belt. A far-out side of our main man – nocturnal, hard-wired, and chrome-plated. Original artwork by Deirdre White.

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