Stream Dot Hacker’s New Self-Titled EP

Before joining the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2009, Josh Klinghoffer formed Dot Hacker, an experimental rock band based out of Los Angeles, California.

The group, which features Klinghoffer on guitar and lead vocals, is made up of fellow established musicians, including Clint Walsh, Eric Gardner and Jonathan Hischke. Collectively, the members of Dot Hacker have a history of touring and recording with the likes of Beck, Gnarls Barkley, PJ Harvey, Broken Bells, and the Butthole Surfers.

The Vinyl District has your opportunity to stream the band’s eponymous EP, being digitally released today via ORG Music, for a limited time. The band’s sound has been described as “architectural, built on a foundation of bold, manipulated tones and supported by lush eclectic textures and angular rhythm.” Give it a listen before their full-length album, Inhibition, comes out later this year.

Like what you hear? Find Dot Hacker on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about their upcoming releases and concerts.

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