Posts Tagged ‘The Dirty Streets’

Dirty Streets announce “White Horse”

Dirty Streets have announced the release of the upcoming release, “White Horse,” due out November 27th on Alive NaturalSound Records. Frontman Justin Toland said about the album, “We wrote and re-wrote tons of songs and it really ended up hitting a great point as far as expression. We recorded at the renown Ardent Studios in […]

Album Releases: July 2013

July’s Album Releases video features new albums from Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Buddy Guy, Dana Fuchs, the Dirty Streets, and Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo.

Dirty Streets: Blades of Grass Review

The Dirty Streets, hailing from the incomparable Memphis blues scene, offer us a vivacious new album, Blades of Grass. It encompasses all the ingredients of a ‘60s classic rock band, as if straight out of a freshly uncovered time capsule. Noticeable influence by greats such as the Rolling Stones, the album is sure to please […]

Dirty Streets’ “Blades of Grass” Set for July 9 Release

Formed by Thomas Storz (bass, percussion), Justin Toland (vocals, guitar, percussion) and Andrew Denham (drums, percussion), and originally from Mississippi, the power trio Dirty Streets now calls Memphis home. That’s where they recorded their new album Blades Of Grass, at the legendary Ardent studio, under the guidance of sound engineer Adam Hill. The core trio […]

The Dirty Streets Interview

The Dirty Streets are an exciting three piece band out of Memphis, Tennessee, bringing back old school rock and roll. Featuring Justin Torland (guitar/vocals), Thomas Storz (bass), and Andrew Denham (drums), The Dirty Streets released their second album, Movements, in November. We had a chance to catch up with the band about the new album, […]

New Bands You Should Know

2011 was an absolutely great year in music. Not only were there several great albums, but 2011 saw some terrific music from new and up and coming bands. If you have been looking for some great new bands to follow, you will want to know these promising upstarts.

The Dirty Streets: Movements Review

Movements proves to be an album that sets up The Dirty Streets as a band to be reckoned with. They do an impressive job of selling their skills on their latest LP, but also show room for refinement and growth.

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