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Buffalo Summer, Heaven’s Basement, The Wild Lies, Monument, Rival State, Venrez, Buck & Evans, The Franklys, Dirty Thrills, Live At Camden Rocks, London

Buffalo Summer Camden

30.05.2015

Camden Rocks played host to its annual day of rock which saw 200 bands play 20 venues. With a party atmosphere through the day and people just out to have a good time, London was the place to be to soak up all that the best rock had to offer.
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The Amorettes, Dirty Thrills, Fire Red Empress Live At The Borderline, London

The Amorettes

18.02.2015

It was the first Planet Rock Live event of the year and it couldn’t have started with a better line up. Hosted by Wyatt Wendels who is at the forefront of featuring new music on his New Rock Show every Saturday, all 3 bands have been heavily featured on the show. Paul Anthony also made an appearance and with many in the audience regular Planet Rock listeners, there was a good turnout for a mid-week gig.
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More Dirty Thrills Are On The Way

Dirty Thrills

To say London based Dirty Thrills have had a good year would be a bit of an understatement. In a year that saw them release their debut album and which has to be one of the best albums of 2014 (you can read the RARC review from August here), Louis, Jack, Steve and Aaron have been generating a lot of interest and gaining significant radio airplay with repeat plays on Planet Rock and also featured on Radio 2 with Dermot O’Leary along with many other rock radio stations. Classic Rock Magazine also named their debut single ‘No Resolve’ as their Track Of The Week in December.
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Dirty Thrills Live At The Finsbury, London

Dirty Thrills

30.09.2014

Just over a month since the Dirty Thrills released their brilliant self-titled debut album, tonight they played a headline set at The Finsbury in North London. In an intimate setting which had a nice touch of tables and candles it was a great venue to witness the band play live.
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The Dirty Thrills Album Won’t Sit Around And Gather Dust

Dirty Thrills

With the debut self-titled Dirty Thrills album on general release it is time to remind everyone why this is an album to buy if you like your music full of blues and rock with a powerful vocal that just blows you away. If you missed my previous post about how great Dirty Thrills sound then this review of the album will hopefully give you an idea why I love the sound of this band so much.
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What Better Than Some Dirty Thrills

Dirty Thrills

My love of discovering new bands that you just instantly get a real buzz from hearing them has to be one of the best things in life and so it was great to come across the Dirty Thrills, a rock band based in London. This was a band full of dirty riffs, addictive bass and drums that had a bluesy rock sound with vocals to die for. Louis James (Vocals), Jack Fawdry (Guitar), Aaron Plows (Bass), and Stevo Corrigan (Drums) not only are the epitome of how rock band should look but the sound of them also made them one of the bands to watch.
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