Dog Trainer Music

5.1.17 'SIX FORTY' INCLUDED IN BIRP.FM'S MAY 2017 PLAYLIST

4.19.17 'GRAFFITI' INCLUDED IN SPOTIFY'S "FRESH FINDS: SIX STRINGS" PLAYLIST

4.17.17 PREMIERE: WATCH THE NOSTALGIA INDUCING VIDEO FOR DOG TRAINER'S "SIX FORTY"

Alongside the fleeting, grainy photographs of the band and New York, driving acoustic guitars are joined by a single drum that strikes like the murmur of a longing heart.

4.5.17 'GRAFFITI' INCLUDED IN BIRP.FM'S APRIL 2017 PLAYLIST

4.4.17 'GRAFFITI' AND 'MARTHA' FEATURED ON INDIEMONO PLAYLIST "UNDISCOVERED AND COZY: INDIE CRUSH"

3.22.17 'GRAFFITI' IN YABYUM MUSIC & ARTS' 7 RAD ROCK VIDEOS FROM ALT TO POST

3.21.17 DESTROY EXIST: DOG TRAINER: MARTHA

...another profound and esoteric track...dazzling

3.16.17 SOUNDSPHERE MAGAZINE: 'LISTEN: DOG TRAINER — MARTHA'

...absolutely glorious, and seriously emotive.

3.16.17 OHESTEE: 'DOG TRAINER'S "GRAFFITI" IS WHAT YOU NEED RIGHT NOW'

With a backdrop of assorted retro videos is a man in reverie on a bed of warm analog synths and lo-fi guitars. “Nobody’s love was meant to last/ Remember what you used to say,” laments Greenberg before the hook with a cascade of keyboard notes and organic percussion that propels the track further into reverie.

3.12.17 'GRAFFITI' ON KOR RADIO

3.9.17 'GRAFFITI': RADIO AIRPLAY STAFF PICK (WEEK 9)

3.9.17 Niche Music: NYのLo-Fiポップバンド Dog Trainer、3月発売のデビューEPから 'Graffiti'のMVを公開

3.7.17 OBSCURE SOUND "LISTEN: DOG TRAINER - GRAFFITI"

[Graffiti] features a number of excellent moments, namely a great hook in various facets (“don’t let the paint drip”), various interesting synth tones (emerging around 01:25), and a gripping second half that combines aspects of lo-fi guitar-pop and synth-pop into an endearing, yearning concoction. This is a job well done from Dog Trainer, whose upcoming EP seems poised to impress.

3.1.17 D//E EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: DOG TRAINER: GRAFFITI

[Apartments] sounds and feels like their home, New York, as its gritty lo-fi guitars and vintage analog synths glare with bitter-sweetness and nostalgia and underline the band's DIY indie aesthetic, combined with the love for the old-fashioned and the modern past.