Dots Will Echo
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|Dots Will Echo|
|Origin||New Jersey, U.S.|
|Genres||Rock, indie rock, pop, folk|
|Labels||Asthmatic Kitty, High Street, Windham Hill|
|Associated acts||William Ackerman|
Dots Will Echo is an indie rock group from Ridgewood, New Jersey. The band consists of vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Nick Berry and drummer Kurt Biroc.
In 1996, the group independently released their second album Get Your Hands Off My Modem, You Weasel.
In 2001, lead singer Nick Berry appeared on William Ackerman's Grammy nominated album Hearing Voices. He played guitar and lent background vocals for the song "Fear Not Mary" with Ugandan-American musician Samite.
- 1991: Dots Will Echo
- 1996: Get Your Hands Off My Modem, You Weasel
- 2000: "Black Folks, White Folks" (single)
- 2012: Drunk Is the New Sober/Stupid Is the New Dumb
- 1992: "The Good Little Children", from Legacy II: A Collection of Singer–Songwriters
- 1999: '"Help! Gerard Cosloy Is Chasing Me With an Axe!", from Music for Listening To
- 2008: "Tell Me Today", from A Few Uneven Rhymes – A Tribute to Winter Hours
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- "'Fear Not Mary' by Will Ackerman - AOL Music". Music.aol.com. 2001-10-09. Retrieved 2011-07-26.
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