San Diego Music Award winners Dirty Sweet will make their next live appearance this Thursday at the recently opened downtown nightclub Fluxx. Having never been there personally, it will be interesting to see how the band sounds in what the club notes is a "state -of-the -art lighting and sound system" via their website. The show is the first endeavor of Daydream Nation, started by Eric Howarth (former owner of M-Theory).
Dirty Sweet is carving its own niche in the rock and roll woodwork with the the release of their latest album American Spiritual. This is a record that truly reinforces the hard driving sound the band is known for. There is more variety within the LP and shows a band that is both maturing and ready to take their sound to a larger audience. Known for their frenetic live show, this a must-see event, so make the trek downtown to see one of San Diego's best live bands in a new venue. It should be good times indeed for those in attendance.
As a side note, there is no dress code for this show.
Scarlet Symphony and The Howls set the stage.
Watch a video of Marionette below.