Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy
Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy

On The Rise: Dazy

One amp. One mic. One person. Countless hooks. That’s the Dazy formula. Since first releasing the single Bright Lights b/w Accelerate in August 2020, Dazy mastermind James Goodson has been writing, recording, and releasing new music like a man on the hunt to find the best pop hook, and he won’t stop until he’s put all of them into his songs. Showcasing a unique set of influences, Dazy’s sound marries thumping drum machine beats, blasts of feeding back guitar, and sugar-sweet hooks into something that sounds like Godflesh covering Oasis—or maybe the other way around. With lean songwriting that recalls Teenage Fanclub or Weezer but a home-recorded production style better suited for Big Black, Goodson builds a constant churn of abrasive, consuming noise and then makes it catchier than anyone else would ever dare to.

Dazy

OUTOFBODY

Lame-O Records
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Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy
LP+

£22.99

Red
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 100 copies
Released 02/12/2022Catalogue Number

LMO93LPC3

Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy
LP

£22.99

Coke Bottle Clear

Released 20/01/2023Catalogue Number

LMO93

Dazy

OUTOFBODY

Lame-O Records
Album artwork for Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy by OUTOFBODY - Dazy
Album artwork for Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy by OUTOFBODY - Dazy
Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy
LP+

£22.99

Red
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 100 copies
Released 02/12/2022Catalogue Number

LMO93LPC3

Album artwork for OUTOFBODY by Dazy
LP

£22.99

Coke Bottle Clear

Released 20/01/2023Catalogue Number

LMO93

On The Rise: Dazy

One amp. One mic. One person. Countless hooks. That’s the Dazy formula. Since first releasing the single Bright Lights b/w Accelerate in August 2020, Dazy mastermind James Goodson has been writing, recording, and releasing new music like a man on the hunt to find the best pop hook, and he won’t stop until he’s put all of them into his songs. Showcasing a unique set of influences, Dazy’s sound marries thumping drum machine beats, blasts of feeding back guitar, and sugar-sweet hooks into something that sounds like Godflesh covering Oasis—or maybe the other way around. With lean songwriting that recalls Teenage Fanclub or Weezer but a home-recorded production style better suited for Big Black, Goodson builds a constant churn of abrasive, consuming noise and then makes it catchier than anyone else would ever dare to.