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Happy Solstice/Holidays and New Albums 

Happy solstice and holiday season to you!

What an intense year 2018 was! So many twists and turns in this "being human" drama. We're looking forward to the break and starting fresh in 2019.

We know you may have already mentally checked out for the holidays so this is a quick update to let you know what's happening with The Love Dimension.

We received the vinyl for our new album, Dream Decibels, the other day and you can see a picture of it on our instagram page.

The album will be available in physical form at our first 2019 show on 1/18 presented by Truecho at Thee Parkside in San Francisco with our good friends Agouti and The Green Door. It will also be available on all the usual digital outlets on that same day. Follow us on Spotify to get an update when it is released.

In addition to this show, we're working on putting together our 10 year anniversary show which will be happening in late February. More details to come soon.

The last thing to share is that singer and guitar player for The Love Dimension, Jimmy Dias, released two solo albums this fall. Give them a spin and share with your friends and family!

Listen to Jimmy Dias' Solo albums "Divided States" and "The Reverse Opposite" on Spotify

If you don't have Spotify, you can also listen to them on bandcamp.

Thank you for reading and for your support!

From all of us in the Love Dimension, we wish you an amazing holiday season and happy new year!

P.S. As an exclusive for our mailing list members, we have attached a free download of the last track on the album titled "Back Home". It is a song inspired by the winter time so we thought it would be appropriate to share it with you. This song won't be available to the general public until 1/18 so enjoy!

Review by the Bay Bridged for the Big Brother and the Holding Company show

Photos + Review: Big Brother and The Holding Company with The Love Dimension at The Uptown

By Daniel Kielman January 19, 2017

Photos + Words by Ria Burman

The Love Dimension gave an energetic, get-down of a performance supporting Big Brother and The Holding Company at Oakland's The Uptown on Friday. 

The local, groovy musical collective rip-roared through original psychedelic rock and roll tunes, getting the crowd jumping, before Big Brother and The Holding Company blues-rocked the rest of the night away, with a wail-worthy performance from lead singer, Darby Gould. 

If you're unfamiliar with Big Brother, check out the 1968 album, Cheap Thrills and prepare to have your rocks blown clean off.

Out of the Booth review and photos from Slim's 

Ever delightful and eclectic, The Love Dimension brought their unmistakable psychedelic rock and roll to Slim's a week back. Heating up the hearts of great, local music lovers throughout the cold night, The Love Dimension displayed distinct vocals, fun~is~the~key bass and groovy guitar riffs entwined with sweet beats, shakes and rattles, keeping the rock and roll flow alive and happening! 

If you have yet to see The Love Dimension, get on down to The Uptown Nightclub on January 13th 2017. They'll be playing with Big Brother and the Holding Company. A show not to be missed!;41FgXWeI4whuwwysKwK5CfPde5nYMxdS88qmZiB0qprSdo2703fvjPvm2~;e0zg3nbr33WjfeTk9vz4Zea5cI57bNh80rk~;Yh9r8v2~_u355N9n~_J~;gIhsjrR.bps.a.576280662566517.1073741979.159639180897336/576280982566485/?type=3&theater