Dirtbag Republic reject doing a funding campaign for sophomore album
Sleaze rockers Dirtbag Republic are hard at work on their sophomore album and have publicly rejected using a pledge campaign to generate funds to get the record out.
The following message was posted on Dirtbag Republic‘s Facebook page yesterday: “Pledge campaign? Fuck that, DIY and it will sound better than most of those funded projects. The only things we pledge is to kick your ass on a musical level and provide affordable music and merch. Vox start today Dirtbags! Bass tracks are half done.”
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Dirtbag Republic‘s self-titled debut album: “My favorite tracks on Dirtbag Republic are the opening track “Can You Feel It” with its grab you by the balls in your face attitude, the piano filled “Give Me A Taste” with its cool guitar solo, the fast paced “Exits & Daggers” and the peppy and catchy tracks “I Have Nothing” and “Leave The Lights On.” Man, I just named almost half the songs and I am leaving some out! Truth be told, I really like all the songs and in particular the first three tracks. Dirtbag Republic is just one seamless listening pleasure from start to end assuming that you enjoy Hazard‘s singing. I can’t end this album review without giving a very big nod to Mick Wood whose old school sleaze rock guitar sound and riffs are just so cool and really the foundation to the Dirtbag Republic album’s greatness.”
Dirtbag Republic‘s song “Socialize”:
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