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Campdogzz: Answering Questions that Matter

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Campdogzz in bed

Campdogzz in bed

Photo by Mike Heinz

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Campdogzz in bed

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Chicago based indie-rock band Campdogzz released their debut full-length album, “Riders in the Hills of Dying Heaven,” in 2015. Their music often weaves guitar harmonies with cataclysmic rhythm sections and lead singer, Jess Price’s, emotive vocals. Given the subject matter of many of their songs, when Marquette Radio sat them down after their Audiotree Music Festival performance, we decided to dig into the core of their being. Check out their thoughts on Jon Bon Jovi, how to eat a taco and more.

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Jimmy Drenovsky, Assistant Publicist

Jimmy Drenovsky is a junior at Marquette who spends most of his time procrastinating his engineering responsibilities by finding new and obscure music...

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