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The Debut LP from Dirty Fuss

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Contact | Taylor Richard

P | (651) 403 9595

E | mgmt@dirtyfuss.com

W | www.dirtyfuss.com

I | @dirtyfussxxl

F | @dirtyfussxxl

 
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“There’s hope for the youth of America”


CALLED “THE BEST LIVE BAND IN NASHVILLE” BY INDIE RADIO STATION LIGHTNING 100, DIRTY FUSS WORKS HARD TO MAKE YOU BELIEVE IT. SINCE 2016, THE BAND HAS KEPT UP AN EXHAUSTIVE TOURING AND RECORDING SCHEDULE, SELF-RELEASING 2 EPS AND PLAYING ALL ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES. THEIR PERFORMANCES ARE AGGRESSIVE AND TIGHT, A REMINDER OF THE POWER AND IMMEDIACY OF GREAT ROCK AND ROLL.


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“An incredible jam… Something that truly stands out”


AMERICAN ANIMALS, THE BAND’S DEBUT LP, IS ALL HEAVY LICKS AND GRUNGY CHORDS. LEADOFF TRACKS “STIMULATER” AND “WHAT YOU ARE” ARE RIPPING HOMAGES TO THE WHITE STRIPES AND EARLY BLACK KEYS, WHILE MELLOWER GROOVES “ALL THE PIECES” AND “HELP MYSELF” EASE INTO FUNKIER, MORE SENSUAL TERRITORY. AMBITIOUS EPICS “300 LBS” AND “OUR LOVE” SHOW THE BAND’S RANGE AND TALENT FOR ARRANGEMENT, WHILE ROCKABILLY CHUGGER “TALK ABOUT IT” IS AS RADIO READY AS THEY COME. WITH THE RELEASE OF AMERICAN ANIMALS, DIRTY FUSS IS POISED TO BECOME A MAJOR NEW VOICE IN NASHVILLE’S UNDERGROUND ROCK SCENE.


*Listen to the album


 
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Meet the Band…

Aaron Richard is the frontman for Dirty Fuss. He is from Philadelphia, PA. After leaving a promising acting career in New York City, he moved to Nashville and started Dirty Fuss with…

Taylor Richard, a Minnesota native and lead guitar player. Bringing his shredding abilities out of the bedroom and onto the stage, Taylor and Aaron soon found…

Addison Boling, percussion master from Arkansas. With tight grooves and hellish beats embedded in their DNA, this power trio became whole with the addition of…

Lee Weingartner, a Nashville original and bass player to the stars. Lee’s low end cements the sound together, and all that’s left is great rock and roll.

 
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