Dirty Loops

This event is in the past
Monday, April 8, 8 pm
The Crocodile Belltown (Seattle)
This is an in-person event

The following description comes from the event organizer.

Founded in 2008 by three friends, Aron Mellergård, Jonah Nilsson and Henrik Linder, as an experiment to try things beyond what was considered allowed in normal musical sessions. After two years of slightly altering popular tunes the band decided to upload a cover version of Lady Gaga’s ”Just Dance” on YouTube in order to, perhaps, get a gig or two. More cover videos were released and gained a lot of momentum, which eventually led to a record deal working with Andreas Carlsson and David Foster.
The first album "Loopified" was released in 2014, containing mostly original songs. Upon its release Dirty Loops embarked on a world tour as a headline act and as support for Maroon 5.
According to Wikipedia the band formed a Dream Theater tribute band in 2018, none of the band members have any recollection of this, but agrees that it would have been fun if it was true.
In 2020 the album "Phoenix" was released and in 2021 Dirty Loops collaborated with Cory Wong and released their co-album "Turbo".
In 2024 Dirty Loops will embark on their first USA/Canada tour in ten years, which means the band is more than ready to put some maple syrup on them Rocky Mountain oysters.
As of right now Dirty Loops are working on new music and will premier new material on their upcoming USA/CAN tour!

On Sale Friday, December 15, 2023 at 10 am.


Event Location

The Crocodile

2505 First Ave Seattle, WA 98121 Venue website

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