Dot Hacker set to release debut album

The members of Los Angeles-based band Dot Hacker are no strangers to the stage. Before friends Josh Klinghoffer, Clint Walsh, Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke started the band in 2008, they each already had solid resumes recording and touring with the likes of Beck, Gnarls Barkley, PJ Harvey, Charlotte Gainsbourg, The Butthole Surfers and Broken Bells. To add to that already impressive list, a year later after forming, lead singer Klinghoffer joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers as the band’s guitarist. Fast forward three years and the four friends finally have the chance to focus on the music of Dot Hacker. The band will be celebrating the release of its full-length debut album called ‘Inhibition,’ which will be made available via ORG Music on May 1st. On the album, the band switches from strong, driving tracks like “Order/Disorder” to songs like “Eye Opener” and title track “Inhibition,” which feature textures that are a bit more dreamy and cozy with velvety vocals. The album is now available for pre-order at ORG Music, including a limited edition colored vinyl. – Karla Hernández


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