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The Dirty Nil

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Photos: The Dirty Nil, Chastity @ Bridgeworks

Photos by: Veronique Giguere – Hamilton-based punk trio The Dirty Nil, who released their newest album, Fuck Art, on January 1st, 2021 via Dine Alone Records, which was produced by John Goodmanson (Bikini Kill, Blonde Redhead, Death Cab for Cutie, Los Campesinos!, and Sleater-Kinney), performed at Bridgeworks in Hamilton, Ontario last night (April 15th) with indie … Continue reading

Watch The Dirty Nil’s New Video for “Ride or Die (Live at the Killroom)”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based punk duo The Dirty Nil are back with a new live video for their track “Ride or Die,” taken from their new album Fuck Art, and filmed at the Killroom. Watch it below. The band will be playing a supporting tour with The Menzingers this month along with a string of headlining … Continue reading

Photos: Together Again 2021 – The Sheepdogs, Default, The Dirty Nil @ Racetrack Infield

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Juno Award-winning Canadian blues rock band The Sheepdogs, who released their newest EP, No Simple Thing, on May 28th, 2021 via Warner, performed at the first annual Together Again concert series at Racetrack Infield in Edmonton last night (Aug. 20th) with Vancouver-based alt-rock band Default, who released their newest album, Comes and Goes, on … Continue reading

The Dirty Nil Share New Animated Video for “Damage Control”

By: Staff – Hamilton, ON-based rockers The Dirty Nil have released a mind-expanding animated video for their song “Damage Control”, which can be watched below. The band members visit a mythical wizard who shows them their futures; full of brutality, gold records & a plethora of easter eggs. The track appears on the band’s brand new album, Fuck Art, … Continue reading

Album Review: The Dirty Nil – “Fuck Art”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –     Don’t let the smiling puppy or pastel sky fool you. While there may not be any red skulls or Grim Reapers this time around, behind The Dirty Nil’s cheerful new album cover is a collection of songs distinctly steeped in the exciting and untamed spirit of rock ‘n’ roll. Out … Continue reading

The Dirty Nil Drop New Single “Blunt Force Concussion”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based punk trio The Dirty Nil have shared their new single “Blunt Force Concussion,” a slice of ‘90s power-pop and the latest cut off the forthcoming album, Fuck Art, out January 1, 2021 via Dine Alone Records and available for pre-order now. Stream the track below. Along with the previous releases of pop-punk … Continue reading

The Dirty Nil Announce New Album “Fuck Art”

By: Staff – JUNO Award-winning punk trio The Dirty Nil have announced the title of their hotly anticipated new album, Fuck Art, set for release later this year via Dine Alone Records. The Dirty Nil‘s third full-length is an unabashed concoction of classic-rock heroism, pop-punk horsepower, ’80s indie scrappiness, ’90s alterna-crunch, and speed-metal adrenaline. The … Continue reading

Stream The Dirty Nil’s New Single “Done With Drugs”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based rock band The Dirty Nil are back with a brand new single “Done With Drugs”, which you can stream below. “At this time in my life, I see a lot of people who are trying to stop doing cocaine or stop drinking rivers of liquor, or stop eating lots of shitty … Continue reading

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

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