Feature: Go Dog Go – Rash
Listening to Go Dog Go, you might find yourself floating in a sea of dream-pop euphoria, only to then wake up to a synth and bass-driven dance groove. Bonding over propulsive rhythms and psychedelic tangents, their jazz-infused pop cuts at a different angle.
After growing up playing music together in rural Victoria, the now Melbourne-based four-piece have spent their lives crafting a captivating sound of their own.
The band has released three singles so far in 2021 from their debut EP, and count themselves extremely lucky to have played two sold-out headline shows amidst turbulent restrictions on live music venues across the country.
Although it has been a difficult time for artists around the world, the band has much to look forward to with the return of live music, including a slot at the Loch Hart Music Festival in January 2022.
Go Dog Go’s debut EP was produced by Edvard Hakansson (Mimi Gilbert, Feign Jima) in his home studio in 2019.
These songs came about from jamming in the front room of their sharehouse and then playing them live at some of Melbourne’s favourite venues such as The Evelyn, The Gaso, and The Grace Darling to name a few. It is a timestamp on the pre-pandemic era of the band, and they are excited to be recording new music in January.
Go Dog Go‘s debut self-titled ep is available NOW.