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Esquimaux

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Check out our song Bricks and Bones. We just found it on an old hard drive of songs that we never released. It's available as a free download.
posted 5 months ago
Just posted Warm December for obvious reasons. It's a free download!
posted 7 years ago
IndieRockCafe.com posted one of our tracks here!
posted 7 years ago
Work on our next album has officially commenced! Give way to the horn!
posted 7 years ago
Check out our new single "Gleaming the Truth"... we decided to release this on its own since it didn't really fit with Tiger or Wolf. If you want to read more about the song, we detailed its long history here:
posted 7 years ago
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Esquimaux* is Heather Brown Dodge, Graham Dodge & James Sajor. The trio started cutting their musical teeth at the Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, CA in 2004 with various guest bandmates, including: Grahm Baker (Gooby Goo & Peekers), Mike Sattin (The Resonant Heads) & Al Sgro (Holly Conlan, Meiko). They made their radio debut with their self-titled EP, "Esquimaux" (2004), on Nic Harcourt's "Morning Becomes Eclectic" and have since been charted and played on several independent, college and online radio stations worldwide. Their first full-length record, "perfecto!" (2005), features friends/guests Brian Gibson (Lightning Bolt) and Gary Jules. Soon after the release of "perfecto!", Esquimaux went on maternity leave for 2 years. During that time, the band split apart geographically among their hometown of Baltimore and their adopted home of L.A., but continued writing songs together over the internet. In 2007, Esquimaux met halfway across the country to record the first of 2 sister EPs, "Tiger" and "Wolf". The first EP, "Tiger" (2008), was recorded by Steve Albini (Nirvana, Pixies, The Jesus Lizard) in Chicago and is an analog study of Southern Rock and Alt-Country styles. "Tiger" also... (+) expand
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gretchen (level 35) wrote:
thankkk you sooo much for sharinggg Your gift with Us... reallly enjoying Your music... heartss all overrr... ♬ ♩ ♭ ♪ ♥
4 months ago
Esquimaux wrote:
Our pleasure - thanks for being so supportive!
5 months ago
mickaelhoareau (level 28) wrote:
Thank you for sharing this new song with us. :-)
5 months ago
marcares (level 32) wrote:
Great to hear from you!
5 months ago
Esquimaux wrote:
Just shared some NOS from our archives. It's called Bricks and Bones. BTW, that tour link below is for a different band who spells esquimaux even more wonky than us. :)
5 months ago
marcares (level 32) wrote:
Give us more of your good stuff.
8 months ago
gingerbelle (level 32) wrote:
If anyone is interested, here's a list of Spring 2016 tour dates I just found!
http://www.eskimeaux.com/#tour-section
8 months ago
marcares (level 32) wrote:
We love your quintessential dreamy and surreal music.
10 months ago
Esquimaux wrote:
Is t61 back??? That's great!!
10 months ago
ky (level 40) wrote:
please come back :'(

:)*
10 months ago
irsocal (level 27) wrote:
Great news - will be much more easier to collaborate when you are all in one place! Socal is treating me alright - life's been a bit rocky at times but she's holding steady... => New year ahead!
7 years ago
zenfira (level 37) wrote:
Lovely!
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
wow.........Great sound - and thank you for the free downloads! i love your songs
7 years ago
harperbetterfasterstronger (level 33) wrote:
yeah, the city does have a pretty impressive musical history :)
thanks for the free download on the new tune by the way!
hope the baltimore weather improves
and have a good day!
7 years ago
harperbetterfasterstronger (level 33) wrote:
home for me is manchester, england!
7 years ago
harperbetterfasterstronger (level 33) wrote:
glad i could discover it, it's a great tune! wishing december was a little warmer here though! :)
7 years ago
irsocal (level 27) wrote:
I hear they all died in a bear attack. Tragic ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLAXwDM7bW4
7 years ago
OttomanamottO (level 13) wrote:
You're welcome! and thanks!
7 years ago
Tobymobi (level 14) wrote:
Thanks you guys, for your music !
7 years ago
Stromer19 (level 31) wrote:
Some great tunes here. Yellow is something special. Thanks for sharing
7 years ago
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