Dirty Hit

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If you're looking for a counter-argument to the idea that guitar music has stopped being exciting or relevant, Dirty Hit's roster provides the perfect rebuttal: Wolf Alice and The 1975 are easily two of the biggest bands in the UK right now. Formed in 2009, the London-based label's mission is seek out and nurture innovative music on both sides of the Atlantic. And with a roster that has previously included indie-darling Marika Hackman, and currently has The Japanese House, Ben Khan and more, Dirty Hit's finger is very much on the pulse.

    Featured album

  • Superfood - Bambino
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    Having slimmed down from a four-piece to a duo, Superfood - AKA Dom Ganderton and Ryan Malcolm - are back with album number two, and it's full of glittery, glitchy indie-pop tunes. It's certainly sugary at times - especially compared to their first record, Don't Say That - but with elements of ska, and a deliciously funky undercurrent, Bambino is every bit as playful and fun as its name suggests.

Artists we love

Interviews

  • Wolf Alice

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    I want to get on stage and go crazy. I’m not ready to sit on a stool and sing ballads.

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  • Marika Hackman

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    This industry is such a machine, just churning out stuff... I think we need artists to be allowed time.

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  • Benjamin Francis Leftwich

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    I make music for spiritual reasons; I make it because I have to.

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