Dawg Yawp is a folk-based duo that combines sitar, guitar, synth and drum samples alongside beautiful harmonies. Tyler Randall and Rob Keenan are lifelong friends that attended Berklee together, only to return to their native Cincinnati to focus on the project. Their debut EP Two Hearted quickly earned them acclaim and radio play, addition to several festival and national support slots. Their debut self-titled LP, released 10/14/16 via Old Flame Records, has started generating national praise from NPR to WXPN, Consequence of Sound and beyond.

 

They were included on NPR's 'Best Music of 2016' "Heavy Rotation":

http://apps.npr.org/best-music-2016/list/heavy-rotation/

Named 'Artist to Watch' for December 2016 on WXPN 88.5 Philadelphia, PA:  

http://www.xpn.org/music-artist/artist-to-watch/item/4883-dawg-yawp-december-2016

...and played on World Cafe Live Free at Noon on WXPN with Dan Reed:  (interview with David Dye to premier soon!)

http://thekey.xpn.org/2016/12/02/fan-dawg-yawp/

 

'Dawg Yawp' Debut LP (Old Flame Records)

Premiered 10/13/16 on PopMatters:

http://www.popmatters.com/post/dawg-yawp-dawg-yawp-album-stream-premiere/

 

Their new single "Lost at Sea" was 'Today's Top Tune' on KCRW in LA 11/24/16:

http://www.kcrw.com/music/shows/todays-top-tune/dawg-yawp-lost-at-sea

 

'Dawg Yawp' Debut LP Single Premiers:  

"Lost at Sea"

Premiered 9/30/16 on 'All Things Go'

https://www.allthingsgomusic.com/premiere-dawg-yawp-lost-at-sea/

"East Virginia Blues"

Premiered 4/12/16 on NPR's All Songs Considered

http://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2016/04/12/473919190/new-mix-the-national-covers-the-grateful-dead-free-cake-for-every-creature-more

"Can't Think"

Premiered 4/28/16 on Consequence of Sound

http://consequenceofsound.net/2016/04/cincinnati-duo-dawg-yawp-share-sitar-heavy-breakup-song-cant-think-listen/

 

Featured on NPR's Heavy Rotation 7/20/16

http://www.npr.org/sections/world-cafe/2016/07/20/486613651/heavy-rotation-10-songs-public-radio-cant-stop-playing

 

March 2016 Local Discovery of the Month @ WNKU 89.7

http://www.wnku.org/2016/03/28/local-discovery-of-the-month-dawg-yawp/