Tag: Dirty Streets

2019 RECAP and UPCOMING RELEASES – ORDER THE BUNDLE FROM OUR MAILORDER!

HERE IS A RECAP OF OUR 2019 RELEASES IN CASE YOU MISSED SOME OF THEM. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING US, WE WISH YOU A ROCKING 2020! ORDER THE BUNDLE HERE! – JESPER LINDELL “Everyday Dreams”A groovy nugget of throwback soulful rock and roll. Lindell showcases a voice that is completely original and well-suited to lead a […]

Nice review of DIRTY STREETS “White Horse” in NO DEPRESSION

Memphis’ throwback, garagey-arena rockers, Dirty Streets, were clearly brought up on copious amounts of rocknroll, Stax soul, Howlin’ Wolf’s howl and harp skills, Hubert Sumlin’s guitar, and heavily percussed psych and prog rock. Perhaps best described as a bit Troggs meets Flaming Groovies, a smattering of MC5, a sprinkle of Captain Beefheart, some Grand Funk […]

TEAMROCK : DIRTY STREETS feature

After dog bites, dive bars and jailed drummers, the Memphis blues-rockers have hit paydirt. Justin Toland is channelling a higher power. “As a band, we’ve always just been able to tap into something,” considers the Dirty Streets frontman of his songwriting approach. “It’s something you can’t explain, but there’s a magical, mysterious thing out there. […]

Nice DIRTY STREETS “White Horse” review from The OBELISK

Their latest outing, the easy-boogieing White Horse, runs a bit deeper lyrically than did Blades of Grass, dealing with issues of drugs on “Good Pills” and “White Horse,” loneliness on “Good Kind of Woman” and “Dust” and a general longing for things to be better across opening duo “Save Me” and “Looking for My Peace” […]

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 […]

8/10 review of DIRTY STREETS “White Horse” from CLASSIC ROCK magazine

Memphis power trio’s heavyweight fourth album. Still in their 20s but sounding decades older, Dirty Streets have been making a name for themselves since 2009’s Portrait Of A Man. Where 2013’s Blades Of Grass married Blue Cheer, Humble Pie and RL Burnside’s hill country crank, their latest is boosted by further rich strains, such as […]