DIRTY STREETS’ interview with the Memphis Flyer


For the past eight years, Dirty Streets have been carving out a niche as one of the most reliable rock bands in Memphis. Once again working with Alive Naturalsound records and Matt Qualls (the Memphis engineer who worked at Ardent in addition to running Brass Tacks Audio), Dirty Streets have honed their James Gang-meet-Blue Cheer sound into their most cohesive album yet with White Horse, and rock critics from all around the country are taking notice. Singer and guitarist Justin Toland sat down with me the week before the White Horse record release show at the Hi-Tone to tell me more about working with Alive records, his thoughts on being a Memphis band, and what exactly the White Horse means to him – READ THE INTERVIEW HERE