1) an American funk band who released 2 albums, Righteous (1994) and Apartment #635 (1998). The line-up comprised of Bobby Patterson (vocals/bass), Brian Dennis (guitar), Doug Jervey (keyboards) and Kenny Soule (drums).
Both albums were engineered and produced by John Custer who is given song-writing credits along with featuring on several tracks playing the guitar.
A now legendary story holds that VIBE magazine staffers didn't realize Dag's members were white until they sent a photographer to shoot the band.
2) a Yugoslav accoustic trio, based in Belgrade, in early 70s. One album, "Sećanja" (memories). The name was the members' initials - Aleksandar Milanović, and brothers Dragan and Grujica Popović. Lyrics were written by Marina Tucaković, who wrote them for many bands in those years, and DAG were among her first.
3) DAG (Degenerate Art Generator) is a Deen Llüks project, that combines noise and digital sounds recreating abstract parallel environments.
4) A BUNCHA GOOD EGGS FROM BRISBANE,,,,,,, AUSTREALIA
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