Tag Archives: Dirty Heads

LISTEN: Rome & Duddy Have Your Back with ‘I’ll Be Right Here’

Rome & Duddy — the eponymous duo project of Sublime with Rome’s Rome Ramirez and Dirty Heads’ Dustin “Duddy B” Bushnell — are coming to Nashville’s Skydeck on Broadway this Friday, November 25.

While you wait for their arrival to Nashville (or wherever you reside), they want you to know that they’re here for you.

Hear ‘I’ll Be Right Here’

Long Live the Legendary: Dirty Heads Add to Their Legacy with ‘Midnight Control’

“Well all hail and long live the legendary
We will prevail
And make old laws imaginary
It’s our time to shine light
Upon the darkest souls
I follow those who search for more than just a common role.”

-Dirty Heads, “Indigo”

Anyone who has followed Dirty Heads for a while know that this is a band unafraid of defying convention. The Huntington Beach, California natives — who gradually caught fire with their 2008 debut, Any Port in a Storm — have shown remarkable versatility over a career that spans nearly 20 years of exploration through reggae, hip hop, rock, roots, and all points in between.

It makes sense, then, that the band’s latest album, Midnight Control, features the band’s most seamless experimentation to date. True to the lyrics referenced above, they unapologetically continue to push the envelope in the modern music landscape.

Read our review!

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Monday, July 13

I’m back! I took last week to disconnect and camp across the Midwest (largely away from people, as is customary in 2020).

With that, let’s get into a Daily Spinn that veers briefly away from the “indie” world, and features one of my personal favorite acts.

Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn