After three years of regional tours supporting two EPs, the loudest rhythm section in Seattle began work on a full length album feeling they had discovered a channel for heavy, noisy fuzz rock that complimented the lyrical and vocal energy of their song writing, as well as moving towards a less formal sense of the art. The hard hitting, seductive, and raw elements within their music have been inspired by classic and modern Glam, Indie, Stoner, Metal and Punk predecessors like The Stooges, Kyuss, Le Butcherettes, Melvins, Metz, Soundgarden, making every hit a rebuttal to the subtle oppression of passive aggression and ghost culture in a growing tech city.

New single “Emotional Whatever Things” out now!

“It’s heavy, dirty, raw, and rocking, and performed by just two people. Yeah, you read that right; Dirty Dirty is a duo, known for having the loudest rhythm section in Seattle (a statement we definitely agree with). The listening experience is visceral and furious; I felt like I was being propelled forward with every crash of the cymbals, thundering kick of the drums, and scathing guitar riffs.

If Left Bank had a rating, Dirty Dirty would get five stars. So good.”

- Luci Turner ( Left Bank Mag )

”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.”

- Dan Hemming ( Mind Noise Network )

 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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