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There are at least 6 artists by this name: an band from Estonia; artist from San Fracisco, CA; the frontman of Fat Freddy’s Drop; a punk-pop trio from the north of England and an band from Belgium

1) Dallas was an band from Estonia. They formed in Tallinn in 1991 and disbanded in 2003 - soon after singer Kristi Kindel decided to leave the band just before the launch of their last album Delay Lama.

Their major recordings include:

- “Easy listening - Dallas meets Zahir”, 1994. A split-tape, Dallas’ EP-material on one side, Zahir’s “Silo” on the other.

- “raj kapoor”, 1995.
- Self-titled CD (dallas) released in 1999 on the Toronto-based High Park Records.
- “Delay Lama”, 2003.

Their musical style was often compared to Stereolab, but also to Broadcast, The Cardigans, Komeda and Jesus & The Mary Chain. As these titles refer, it used to be an intriguing blend of 60s estrade, bossanova and twist, 70s progressive, 80s disco and dub and beginnings of 90s shoegaze. Their electro-acoustic sound got another twist by their use of mainly East-German guitars and synthesizers.

Dallas were:
KRISTI KINDEL - vocals, synthesizers
HOLGER LOODUS - guitar, vocals
TAUNO PÄÄSLANE - bass, guitar
IVIKA NOOP - keyboards

After the break-up their frontman Holger Loodus started a solo-project Mirabilia.

2) Dallas is a project led by Bryan Dallas from San Francisco, CA
Dallas released their first digital EP Over The Edge on May 8th, 2012.
Bryan Dallas composes all of the music, songs, performances, and
vocals. Bryan explains, “I think the ‘Over The Edge’ EP is a culmination of several years


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