'We aren't reinventing the wheel, we just have a hockey card in the spokes.' Declare Dirtfella about their honest and straight ahead style. The Victoria BC band's rock and roll sound draws from influences such as Neil Young and the Screaming Trees - featuring colorful melodies and vintage-rock raspy vocals, over top of dirty driving rhythm. James Sutton, music director at Victoria's Zone @ 91.3, describes them as "the musical equivalent of getting caught having sex by your girlfriends dad, and then asking to borrow $14 for beer and smokes! I know you've always wanted to be that cool. Dirtfella sounds that cool!" Dirtfella were recently promoted on Victoria's Zone @ 91.3 as it's February 2006 band of the month. The band's songs 'Money', and 'Girlfriend's Exes' were in regular rotation, and very well received. 'Money' and 'Girlfriend's Exes' highlight Dirtfella's self titled CD - released February 2006. The band's debut offering was produced, in Victoria, by Adam Sutherland of 604's Armchair Cynics. If you don't have the opportunity to check out Dirtfella's no-apologies, energetic live show, you can always pick up a copy of their CD here. If you do attend a show, however, plan to call in sick the following day.
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