Dirty Spells

Dirty Spells

 Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN
BandRockPost-rock

Bass. Drums. Violin. Skulls.

Straight from your gnarliest hangover, Dirty Spells blast apart your reality with sawed-off violins, motorik drumming and Italian, retro-futurist, science-fiction soundtracks.

Biography

Bass. Drums. Violin. Skulls.

Straight from your gnarliest hangover, Dirty Spells blast apart your reality with sawed-off violins, motorik drumming and Italian, retro-futurist, science-fiction soundtracks. 

"At their first appearance, Dirty Spells distinguished themselves with a masked rhythm section. The pair of broad headed skull masks didn’t seem to slow down the bass or drum work. The undead duo provided great support for the group’s third component, Emily Bach, who commanded the upper end of the sonic spectrum with an electrified violin. With their not-so-common arrangement of instruments, the band made a powerful impression with their journey-like instrumentals. Dirty Spells set a fine mood for the evening’s sonic carnage."
- Concert Addicts review of Dirty Spells, Grooms and A Place to Bury Strangers.

They kicked off this year with the release of a new track called Emm79, their first new material since 2014's "Teeth", and the start of a busy 2016.

Discography

Greetings From Hangover City - released March 2012


(untitled) - released May 2013

Teeth - released August 2014

Set List

Causeway Cannibal
Bleaker
Hyperbol
Poultrygeist
Stranger, Things Have Happened
UFO