Toronto’s Riot Fest & Expo has announced the daily schedule of bands playing the festival on September 19 and 20…
This evening, Toronto’s Riot Fest & Travelling Expo has announced the first wave bands to play its flagship festival…
Cinnamon b/w Guided By Vices is the new two track release from the Canadian band, The Dirty Nil. I was turned onto these guys back in the beginning of the year when I heard “Wrestle Yü To Hüsker Dü” and have been a fan ever since.
We’re pleased to bring you the stream of The Dirty Nil’s new song “Guided By Vices.” The track is off their new album Cinnamon b/w Guided By Vices 7″, which is out today on Fat Wreck Chords and can be purchased here.
The Dirty Nil’s latest single, “Cinnamon”, just dropped and is now available for streaming above. The song comes from the band’s fourth seven-inch which is due out on August 19th via Fat Wreck Chords.
“Wrestle Yü To Hüsker Dü” is the newest single from the Canadian rock trio, The Dirty Nil, and clocking in at only 2:33 minutes in length, it has a raw, dirty garage band feel to it that I just totally dig. It is catchy, not too heavy and most importantly begs to be played at super high volumes!
The Dirty Nil are what you would refer to as rock n’ roll. Plain and simple. This band can be described as loud, distorted and out of control, with an intensity unmatched by most competitors. Their musical style is characterized by distorted guitars, loud, pounding drums and desperately howled vocals. The Dirty Nil originates from Hamilton, Ontario and is a three-piece assault on your ears.
An unknown band and an unknown sound, and even at the first chord you aren’t expecting much. But then in comes the jumpy rhythm to propel this pop gem and save the day. The song relies heavily on the hook created by the tight drum bass combo, and by tossing in some energetic vocals and a whole lot of fuzz/distortion/fuzz/feedback. The Dirty Nil – not the most beautiful band name ever – create a sizzling piece of garage rock.
The Dirty Nil are a fuzzed out garage band born in a Dundas, Ontario, Canada basement. They like their music loud and distorted as hell. They have toured the East Coast of Canada twice and have two EPs available. Recently they released their first single “Fuckin’ Up Young” that is available online and soon to be available as a physical 7″ record.