All Souls, Dirty Dirty

All Souls

Dirty Dirty

Thu, September 27, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

All Souls
All Souls
All Souls formed in Southern California in the winter of 2016. In the short time the band has been active the have already left quite a mark.
Featuring Tony Tornay (Fatso Jetson, Josh Homme’s “Desert Sessions” project, Linda Perry’s “Deep Dark Robot”), Erik Trammell (Black Elk, Brothers Collateral, and Wadsworth), Tony Aguilar, and Meg Castellanos (both from Totimoshi), All Souls has created the perfect soundtrack for driving down dirty roads in demented places.
The band has deep roots in the now famous Palm Desert scene that birthed Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal, Fatso Jetson, and earthlings?. Tornay having been raised in the desert and a part of that scene since the mid-‘80s, and the rest of the band being in the orbit since the early ‘90s. As a band All Souls wanted to take from their shared sense of warped, dusty chaos and add a melody and a harmony to it.
In less than a year All Souls has gone from playing local Los Angeles shows to playing theatres and tours with The Sword, Kvelertak, Torche, and (the) MELVINS. During this time they recorded their debut album with Toshi Kasai (Tool, Foo Fighters, Melvins). While building a solid fanbase from their explosive live show, they have also caught the ear of rock heavyweights Tool and Mastodon.
Dirty Dirty
Dirty Dirty
Using the limitations of their members Dirty Dirty writes with the influence of dance, punk and blues music for a stripped down and raw voice of rock and roll. Influenced by the avant garde noises of Lightning Bolt and Fugazi, to the much more popular sounds of Queens Of The Stone Age or Jack White, Dirty DIrty writes songs to both capture and surprise listeners with fuzzy bass, active and driving drums, melodious howling vocals, and energetic live performance.

They spent the last year performing Seattle and its satellite cities while releasing their debut EP in April with former drummer Ian Harper. Now with Mark Knowles running percussions, Dirty Dirty is taking the foundation of what was started to tighten up the machinery and smoothing out the edges.

"With progressive, fuzzy rock weirdness and vocals capable of inciting madness, two piece rock group Dirty Dirty exploded on to the scene in 2015 with their self-titled debut EP. What I find most remarkable about the group is that they are skilled enough to impress prog rock fans and other musicians, but within the context of actual songs… the kind of songs that stick with music fans of all stripes, even after they're done nodding along with band's technical acumen." – Tim Basaraba
Venue Information:
The Shakedown
1212 N. State St
Bellingham, WA, 98225
http://shakedownbellingham.com/