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"D.Biddle Best Show 2008"

D.biddle is basically the brainchild of frontman Duncan Barlow, a member of the semi-legendary hardcore band Endpoint in the '90s and thus no stranger to musical catharsis. When he started performing with this band, he focused on quieter but no less intense songwriting. The result has always been good, but the current incarnation of d.biddle has proved the best vehicle for Barlow's thoughtful, incisive songwriting. In years past, a d.biddle show could be a contemplative affair, but you always got the sense that Barlow was ready to bring back a touch of the raw emotionalism he was so good at summoning. It's there today, and the outfit's mixture of brooding atmosphere and fiery emotions makes for one of the scene's most impressive and inspiring performances. - Westword


Je Pars de Mansion - Trouble Man Unlimited
Self Titled - Sao Bento Music
Rabbit and the Moon - forthcoming June 2008



In 1997 duncan barlow (Endpoint, Guilt, By the Grace of God, Good Riddance) did an interview with Punk Planet magazine declaring that he was walking away from a very successful career in punk music. He spent the next few years in seclusion, writing songs and recording at home. In 2002, he emerged with d.biddle. The band began as a dark psychedelic folk band, recording their first record with Pall Jenkins (Black Heart Procession, 3 Mile Pilot). After a few years, barlow dropped the acoustic guitar and the band transformed into a rock band, writing emotionally and politically driven songs. Having released records with some of the biggest labels in the "indie" world, barlow decided to walk away from publishing with labels that were nothing more than "wolves in sheep's clothing" and has taken to releasing music completely independent of industry obsession.