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by Dirtwire

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inspiral It's clear how much these guys understand, love and live all sorts of sounds, let it be acoustic or electronic. I like how much polished the style is and how careless, free floating jamming a lot of their tracks are.
Wisdoms End
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Wisdoms End Dirtwire is one of my coolest discoveries here on BC, but you guys definitely have to create some sort of genre name because I struggle very hard to discribe this!

When space cowboys would start a band - I swear it would sound like Dirtwire while being at least double as cool as the cantina band (THERE - I SAID IT!) Favorite track: Lord Almighty.
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Christophe what can I say, awesome.... Favorite track: All Jaw Harps All the Time.
brandon nichols
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brandon nichols A brilliant soundscape, soulful, rich, and textured. Thankyou for making such GOOD music
Kenneth Pyron
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Kenneth Pyron Tasty, swampy tunes. Offbeat enough to keep you engaged with repeated listens. Well done. Favorite track: Stranger.
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Martin Outstanding as always. Re-downloading it as FLAC is 100% worth it, Dirtwire's music makes you realize how much gets lost on lossy codecs.
Stranger 03:05
Call me outlaw call me renegade ca
I I ain’t got no thoughts for you You You got lots on-your mind I Shoulda shot you down at noon You You got caught in line My look aint so hot I’ve been gambling lots and I’m losing my mind I don’t want no more I don’t want no more I don’t want no more I don’t want no more
Romare 03:20
This the only way Heaven knows what I say i’m Down on my knees and pray Lord almighty Once she got to me Never again be free Now I just want to see Lord Almighty 20 long years ago The priest he whispered slow Into the fires you’ll go Lord Almighty But I paid him no mind Buried my soul in time Now I’m called divine Lord Almighty Now I’m called divine Lord Almighty
Blockchain 04:39


Dirtwire’s forthcoming album “Blaze” is a project that is true to the “spark” or “wild fire” that inspired its title, and ensures the listener will be captivated by the explosive and untamed tapestry of songs that are on this latest release. A California based trio comprised of David Satori of Beats Antique, Evan Fraser of The Dogon Lights & Bolo, and Mark Revelry of Jed and Lucia, Dirtwire has been able to tap into the vast musical expertise and experience of its members, in a way that embodies the renegade approach to creating that defines this group of cosmic cowboys. The sixth studio album for this group and second with Reveley, is a truly unapologetic journey of musical fusion in its boldest realization. Although the group has often been referred to as “blues bass”, or “swamptronica”, Blaze pushes any notion of genre based boundaries even further, audibly emphasizing the curiosity the band has about what defines “their sound.”

The first single “Stranger”, is an embodiment of that concept, with its ability to conjure up nostalgic Americana sentiments with earthy harmonica riffs by Fraser, but seamlessly melds itself into dance inspiring bass drops. The unique quality of Dirtwire is that they have the ability to incorporate diverse and somewhat unusual choices of instrumentation, and yet still provide the listener with a sonic cohesion. Having been friends since attending Cal Arts together, the relationship the band has equips them with an opportunity to experiment within the understanding that each individual brings an expansive musical lexicon, and that gives the group a lot of freedom to play. This uniformed level of contribution, enables the group’s creative methodology of “spontaneous combustion”, which they relied on to record “Blaze” in Spring 2017, amidst a heavy tour schedule.

Audiences have positively received the unorthodox nature of how this band creates and performs, as Dirtwire continues to develop and hone their live shows. With a western based aesthetic, choreographed instrumental solos, and the occasional dance moves, Dirtwire has become a sought after live act, due to the large personality of the members, and their ability to strike that balance in music between tradition and technology. The collaborative origin of this group is expressed heavily on this upcoming album, as they incorporate the talents of other artists to bring them to aspects of discovery in their sonic story telling.

Blaze was released on December 1st, 2017. Blaze is Dirtwire's 6th album.


released December 1, 2017


Mark Reveley - whamola, electric resonator guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, cigar box slide guitar, bagpipes, vocals, production

Evan Fraser - vocals, jaw harps, harmonica, kalimba, kamale ngoni, bass kamale ngoni, lap steel resonator slide guitar, megaphone, overtone flute, talking drum, bones, pandeiro, percussion, production

David Satori - violin, guitarjo, mbira, acoustic guitar, drum set, vocals, slide whistle, production


SK Kakraba - balaphone on "So Far Away"

The Tailor - banjo, vocals, production on "The Sideshow"

Emma Lucia (Jed & Lucia) -vocals on "Still There"

Sylvain Carton - electric guitar on "So Far Away"

Sean Rodman (Moontricks) - banjo, vocals on "Want No More"
Nog Osiris (Moontricks) -piano, production on "Want No More"

Art by Brin Levinson


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Dirtwire Oakland, California

Swamptronica electro twang blues n’ bass from Evan Fraser, Mark Reveley, and David Satori.


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