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The Dirty Nil

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Photos: The Dirty Nil, Single Mothers @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Dale Benvenuto – Hamilton-based punk rock band The Dirty Nil, who released their second album, Master Volume, on September 14th, 2018 via Dine Alone, which followed up their 2017 album, Minimum R&B, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (Nov. 28th) with Canadian punk rock band Single Mothers, who released their … Continue reading

Photos: CMW 2019 – Tokyo Police Club, The Dirty Nil @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Toronto-based indie rock band Tokyo Police Club, who released their fourth album, TPC, on October 5th, 2018 via Dine Alone, which featured the singles “New Blues”, “Hercules”, “DLTFWYH”, and “Simple Dude”, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (May 10th) with Hamilton-based punk rock band The Dirty Nil, … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream The Dirty Nil’s New “Changing Times” Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate Hamilton-based punk band The Dirty Nil’s new album, Master Volume (out now), the band curated a new playlist that chronicles a list of tracks that feel like times are changing. “Our record Master Volume is coming out in September which is usually the month where people go back to school, move away, … Continue reading

Photos: Against Me, The Dirty Nil @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Florida-based punk band Against Me, who released their newest album, Shape Shift With Me, on September 16th, 2016 via Treblesixth, which followed up their 2015 live album, 23 Live Sex Acts, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (Oct. 6th) with Hamilton-based garage rock trio The Dirty Nil, who … Continue reading

Photos: The Flatliners, The Dirty Nil, Sam Coffey and The Iron Lungs @ Lee’s Palace

Photos by: Alexander Lam –  Toronto-based punk-rock quartet The Flatliners, who released their newest album, Inviting Light, on April 7, 2017 via Rise Records, which followed up their 2016 Nerves EP, performed at Lee’s Palace in Toronto last night with Hamilton-based garage rock trio The Dirty Nil, who released their debut full-length album, Higher Power, on February 26th, 2016 via Dine Alone … Continue reading

Watch The Flatliners’ New Video for “Hang My Head”

By: Staff – Toronto-based punk band The Flatliners are back with a new video for “Hang My Head”,  which comes from their new album, Inviting Light, out now via Dine Alone Records. Watch the video below. “The music video is made up entirely of photographs of us spending a loud, sweaty afternoon with some great people who came to … Continue reading

Photos: Billy Talent, Monster Truck, The Dirty Nil @ Abbotsford Centre

Photos by: Isaac Wray – Juno Award-winning punk rock quartet Billy Talent, who released their fifth album, Afraid of Heights, on July 29th, 2016 via Warner Music Canada, which followed up their 2012 album, Dead Silence, performed at the Abbotsford Centre in Abbotsford, BC last night with Juno Award-winning Hamilton-based hard rock band Monster Truck, who released their … Continue reading

Watch The Dirty Nil’s Explosive New Video For “Friends In The Sky”

By: Staff – The Dirty Nil has released an explosive new music video for “Friends In The Sky”, which serves as a homage to The Who’s infamous debut appearance on American television, where they verbally (and literally) tore apart The Smothers Brothers set. Watch the video below. With indie rock fuzz-bombs and shout-along choruses, the Hamilton-based trio harnessed … Continue reading

Photos: Supercrawl 2016 – The Trews, The Dirty Nil, WTCHS

Photos by: Philip C. Perron (@Philip_Perron) – Day one of Supercrawl 2016 in Hamilton on September 9th featured performances by Toronto-based hard rock quartet The Trews, who released their sixth album, Time Capsule, on September 9th, which followed up their self-titled fifth album, Hamilton-based garage rock trio The Dirty Nil, who released their debut full-length album, Higher … Continue reading

Watch The Dirty Nil’s new video for “Wrestle Yü To Hüsker Dü”

By: Staff – Following the release of their acclaimed debut album, Higher Power, Hamilton-based punk trio The Dirty Nil have revealed a brand new video for “Wrestle Yü To Husker Dü”. Shot and directed by Ben Rispin and Lee Skinner, the footage was filmed on VHS video cameras at some of their local hometown shows and offers an intimate look into … Continue reading