Dream Boogie

»Sorry to disappoint all music lovers«

LP / CD 2019

Sounds of Subterrania

SoS 188 / SoS 189

1. Pirlo
2. At the heart of Seoul
3. A boy can dream
4. Surf green (feat. KATTHEM)
5. Television will not be revolutionized
6. A letter to the king
7. Will there ever be a rainbow?
8. Good boys don?t stop the music
9. Shanghai nights
10. The Right way, the wrong way and the way we do it
11. Shu bop
12. Where I turn
13. Bullets

It`s always fascinating to see what great pop songs can hide in the garb of garagepunk. Dream Boogie, with their singalong-garage-pop-punk-powerpop simply manage that. After two seconds your first leg starts moving, after three and a half second the other leg is moving and after five seconds you?ll find yourself dancing in your room or optionally at the headphone station of the preferred record store. You can call it magic what this foursome Gothenburg based band is doing or just be delighted to be talking about all those little pearls that lays between the pop of M.O.T.O. to the sunshine psychedelic of The Black Lips. All this hides on their debut album and you?ll not get bored even when you`ve flipped the record for the hundredth time on the turntable. I would say "Sorry to disappoint all music lovers" saves every party. So now, go back to your system and turn the music up, even louder this time.

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Dream Boogie - At the heart of Seoul

Filmed and directed by Dream Boogie. Edited by Lars Ludvig Löfgren.

Dream Boogie - A Boy Can Dream

Filmed, directed and produced by Lars Ludvig Löfgren


The name Dream Boogie is supposed to feel like a blend of some hazy David Lynch movie and 60's pop. It's sometimes rough and sometimes blue but mostly fun. Short songs with few chords filled with catchy melodies. Less is more. From fuzz to dirt via lo-fi this is garage music from Sweden formed under mysterious circumstances on a holiday in China. Debut album were released on Sounds of Subterrania in April 2019 followed by a European tour. ”The Strokes meet The Stooges with a sliver of Doo-wop” wrote Vanguard-Online UK callin it a cracker of an album.