The Dingo Babies' name, like their music, was unexpected but it stuck. Focused on tight harmonies harkening back to Dispatch and the new piano-rock sound of Crash Kings, their blended style falls somewhere along the lines of the Avett Brothers, Alt-J, and Ben Folds Five in a style they call folk/pop/piano rock. They began performing in small local venues and at homeless shelters and food kitchens through Berklee's student-run service program called The Movement. They have continued to stay active in service, raising over $1,000 with their music to benefit the human rights organization Calling All Crows by performing on the street.
They have released one full-length album, Breakfast (called "eclectic, interesting, and accessible" by WMFO-FM), and they have opened for acts such as Chadwick Stokes (Dispatch, State Radio). They are currently working on an EP.