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White Stripes Deliver Dirty-Kneed Blues Rock At Hometown Show – Review

A sold-out suburban Detroit crowd showed its love for the red and white Wednesday at the Royal Oak Music Theatre by overzealously welcoming home the rock duo White Stripes. Fans punched their fists in the air and screamed heartily as singer/guitarist Jack White began the show in true rock star fashion – by dropping to his knees for an introductory blistering guitar solo from “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground,” the opening track from the White Stripes’ breakthrough album, White Blood Cells. “Good evening, children,” Jack said to the crowd. “My name is Jack White and this is my big… Read more »


People’s Perspective 04 – Dirty Secrets With a Twist | Lady Camden

In this segment, Ryan Skyy hits the road driving ride share to get the people’s perspective on Lady Camden’s single ⁠“Dirtiest Secrets”⁠.  Every People’s Perspective is unplanned. The riders are randomly matched to Ryan via a rideshare app and their commentary is totally off the cuff. This segment is part of Lady Camden’s full Life Rhythms Episode #47, which you can watch anywhere you get your podcasts. | Brought to you by the ⁠⁠remixer-hiring⁠⁠ platform ⁠⁠Mixilary.com⁠⁠.


The Dirty Nil Unleash “Celebration,” Ft. A Nod To Riley Gale

Drawing listeners in with a filthy opening riff, The Dirty Nil has unleashed their explosive new track and accompanying music video for “Celebration.” The new release is the second glimpse into the group’s forthcoming fourth studio album Free Rein To Passions, which will arrive on May 26. Beneath the rip-roaring riffs and steady percussion fills, lyrically, “Celebration” is ultimately a love song expressing your devotion to doing anything for that special someone. Frontman Luke Bentham grasps onto his punk rock-driven vocals while delivering, “Cause the way that you hold me/While the world’s on fire/Is a gift that commands me/And requires… Read more »


The Great Valley aim to do your “dirty work”

It is rare for a family to produce one golden voice, let alone two. Yet, we have been fortunate enough for the Matos brothers to realize that they have voices that are perfect to complement one another in a pop rock band.


Yellowcard hits hard with new single

Hoping to quell the increasing excitement for the band’s first new music in over three years, Yellowcard have instead poured gasoline on the flames by releasing the new song “For You, And Your Denial” which is streaming exclusively on AbsolutePunk and is up for sale on iTunes and Amazon.


New `Jackass' movie to hit Internet

The next batch of painful “Jackass” stunts is coming to a computer screen near you. The first two films – spun off from the former MTV series – co-starred Johnny Knoxville and his gang of gross-out pranksters as they performed stunts to the delight of their youthful fans. But for the sequel “Jackass 2.5,” the dirty daredevils pull a new stunt: bypassing the movie theater entirely. “Jackass 2.5” will instead be released to the Internet. The feature – which combines unreleased footage from “Jackass Number Two” and new content – was announced Thursday as a joint venture between Viacom-owned Paramount… Read more »


Simple Plan To Milk Dirty 'Addicted' Before Pushing 'Perfect'

Nothing spices up a cheeky pop-punk act like a naughty double entendre. Avril Lavigne’s “Things I’ll Never Say” wouldn’t be quite as euphoric without the line, “I wanna blow you… away.” And who could forget Blink-182’s sort-of-dirty album title Take Off Your Pants and Jacket? English may not be Simple Plan’s first language (French is their native tongue), but they’ve got a firm grasp on how to use it to craft bathroom humor. Their debut album is called No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls, and on their latest hit, “Addicted,” the group snuck a swear word past the censors before… Read more »


White Stripes Finish New Album, Playing Free New York Show

The White Stripes will hit the dead leaves and dirty ground of New York’s Union Square on Tuesday to play a free show. The noon performance is the latest in a series of guerilla concerts staged by Nissan. Train played the first gig, in St. Louis on September 17, followed by Pink in Chicago, Eve in Philadelphia, Dashboard Confessional in Boston, Enrique Iglesias in Brooklyn and Cheap Trick in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Additional free shows will continue in other cities, a spokesperson for the concert series said. After Tuesday’s free show, Detroit duo Jack and Meg White only have two… Read more »

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