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Sore is the first album by Dilly Dally, released in 2015 through Buzz Records. Producers Josh Korody & Leon Taheny. Writers Dilly Dally, Katie Monks & Liz Ball. More Dilly Dally albums.
The Toronto four-piece Dilly Dally's debut oozes with female desire. In almost every song, Katie Monk unleashes a dive-bombing scream that drops like a flare down a well, her band reinforcing the squalor of her voice with a heavy swagger redolent of some of the best ever alt-rock. The Toronto four-piece Dilly Dally's debut oozes with female desire.
Grunged-out Toronto punks Dilly Dally are ready to ditch the Pixies comparisons and make a statement of their own their debut album, Sore. And while the first full-length offering from the band doesn't officially arrive until next week, Exclaim! has got the Canadian exclusive on an early stream of the record in its entirety. Taking the quiet-loud-quiet aesthetic of classic '90s indie and giving it much needed facelift, Dilly Dally offer up a brash, unapologetic declaration of their arrival on the scene with Sore.
Dilly Dally’s explicit, brutalist sound doesn’t stray far from the indie-punk template, but its moody determination make it a winner. In an age of Femfresh and facial contouring, Dilly Dally fly the flag for the unvarnished female; propelled by an animalistic hornineness, stomach-rumbling hunger and the moody determination of bratty punk rock. Founded by Toronto-based Katie Monks and Liz Ball, the group’s debut has an explicit, brutalist sound: bludgeoning bass, gnarly guitars and red-raw vocals – like the Pixies with PMT, or perhaps mid-flow, if you’re to take Snake Head literally: Snakes are coming out of my head, And there’s blood between my legs ).
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Dilly Dally is a Canadian alternative rock band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band consists of guitarist and vocalist Katie Monks, guitarist Liz Ball, bassist Jimmy Tony and drummer Benjamin Reinhartz. The band released their debut album Sore on October 9, 2015 through Partisan Records and Buzz Records. The album was a longlisted nominee for the 2016 Polaris Music Prize, and a Juno Award nominee for Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2017.
Release Date: Oct 9, 2015 Record label: Partisan, PTKF Genre(s): Pop/Rock. 75 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. If Dilly Dally had any sense at all, they'd take a crash course in physics, devote all their energies to making time travel a reality, and then zip back to 1992, when every major label in America would be promising them the world to sign them to a record deal