Young quartet Dreamers Dose is already doing a few things right. First,
they nuked their name Blowing Up the Moon and changed their point of
origin from Seal Beach to Los Angeles. Then there is what they do:
Andrew Stogel, Josh Conway, Levi Dylan and Jesse Perlman play every note
as if it’s their last, although it’s not likely to be, since all the
members of the band are either 17 or 18 years old. Indie-rockers need
not apply here — Dreamers Dose’s approach to guitar-bass-drums is
old-school and loud, by-the-diagram grunge ’n’ blues they might have
heard on the radio in the ’90s, if they weren’t busy being born and all.
The band’s forthcoming full-length was produced by Alain Johannes
(Queens of the Stone Age, Them Crooked Vultures, Mark Lanegan). The
songs available so far are a world away from their 2010 EP under their
old name. Turn it up.