The Week in Flux - 02/11
The hits just keep on coming for the Boys in Sludge as Dirty Dirty got another glowing review of their single, "Emotional Whatever Things", this time from Mind Noise Network.
"When you create a song that sounds like it could be from any of the past 5 decades you’re either doing something very wrong or very right. Dirty Dirty are luckily doing the latter and with ‘Emotional Whatever Things’ absolutely nailing the high-intensity, almost pandemonic nature of garage rock. The bass driven track features highly punk-inspired vocals and ventures from a modern fuzz-rock style to classic metal inspired in such a small period of time. This is a statement of a song and a great intro to a band with huge potential."
Breaks and Swells will bring their HUGE grooves to the Belltown Yacht Club this Friday, February . They'll be joining Clean Lines, who's doing a DJ set, and Duke Evers!
Actionesse, Babe Waves, Bad Optics and Supermissive will roll in to The Firefly Lounge on Saturday, February 16th. Get info
Asterhouse will be part of a huge bill for charity at The Skylark in West Seattle on Friday, February 22nd. Get info
Dirty Dirty release "Emotional Whatever Things" with two bonus tracks and hit the road after their show at Chop Suey, Thursday, February 28th! They'll be joined by Choke the Pope and Dr. Quinn and the Medicine Woman. Get info
Gibraltar announced a show with Night Ships at Cha Cha Seattle on Thursday, May 2nd. Get info