Play Dirty | Already Robots

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Already Robots

by Play Dirty

New Alternative Rock in the style of the 90s to the present, including vintage 70s style guitar and bass funk riffs crunched and distorted, then acompanied by a mixture of rock, punk and hip-hop drum beats and breaks.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Image Is Everything
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2. Breakout
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3. Bon Voyage
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4. Outlook
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5. Losing My Mind
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6. Point Breaks
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7. Remain
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8. Sealegger's Waltz
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9. Sneakie
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10. Good Enough
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11. Another Crushing Blow
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12. Muted Brew
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13. Survive
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14. Eyes On You
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Album Notes
Play Dirty's Already Robots is a fusion of styles spanning rock-influenced varieties. From start to finish aggressive tones familiarize you with the rock-oriented sound of the past twenty years then go elsewhere, into a space where genres begin to blur. In one moment you're in the lingering sustain of distorted notes and crashing drums, then bobbing to a syncopated groove. To put it bluntly, the album rocks, but anticipates any monotony with original funk breaks, occasional strings, african rhythms and horn riffs. It doesn't matter where you'll end up because you've already taken off on the voyage. The bass is thoroughly funkified, the beats are steadfast and the guitars are soaked in some kind of blues-like alchemy of reverberating surf and tube-driven crunch. Check your head, fellow humanoids, before we're already robots.


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