This fuzz-rock duo is aged in the dark winters of the
Pacific Northwest with their foundation of thick, distorted guitars,howling melodies and distinctive grooves. The pair has earned a reputation as an enthralling, magnetic live band. Slinky, powerful and seductive, the band employs a stripped down instrumentation to create a lush and richly sonic wall of sound.

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 With progressive, fuzzy rock weirdness and vocals capable of inciting madness, two piece rock group Dirty Dirty exploded on to the scene in 2015 with their self-titled debut EP. What I find most remarkable about the group is that they are skilled enough to impress prog rock fans and other musicians, but within the context of actual songs… the kind of songs stick with music fans of all stripes, even after they’re done nodding along with band’s technical acumen. – Tim Basaraba ( Nada Mucho )

[ Dirty Dirty ] bashes out a mutant fusion of garage-punk and groove-infused metal with a sturdy two-dude configuration, highlighted by bassist Ian Forrester’s Freddie Mercury-gone-art-punk vocals. - Tony Kay ( City Arts / The SunBreak )

Dirty Dirty is one of the most interesting bands in Seattle. Their brand of post-punk fusion is unique and refreshing, and their songs absolutely kill. This is a “must see” band.

- Gary Horn ( Nada Mucho, Northwest Music Scene)

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