Shut Off the World
'Physical, nasty, punksexy rock' is how world famous drummer Kenny Aronoff described Dirty Children's music after recording on their upcoming debut album. Their sweet melodic venom has been filling L.A.'s premiere rock clubs for the last two years. Sexy, L.A punk vixen, Nadia Fay (lead singer), and gritty New Yorker, Jay Condiotti (lead guitarist) keep pushing for originality above all else. Often compared to Rage Against the Machine, The Offspring and Souxie and the Banshees, Dirty Children's sound is a colorful quirkiness masking deeper emotions and an edgy, guitar driven, balls out groove that keeps your head bobbin' and your spirits up. With three of their songs placed in independent films, a strong presence on the internet and a riveting debut album, Dirty Children is entering 2005 as one of L.A's most promising new bands. Their debut album 'Shut off the World' has just been released 3/05. Here are some comments from fans: 'Reminds me of Nirvanna fronted by Debbie Harry' 'This is Red Bull Rock' 'The first time you listen you are addicted' 'Lady, you sound pissed!' '...makes me feel like I'm 16 and my parents suck!'