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Dirty Little Rebel / Press

“This is an album that is infectious, the more you listen to it, the more you bang your head, pretend you're drumming in the air and slay on an air guitar as if you were part of the band. The album is very good and the band sounds tight when they are playing. Tend To Offend is a solid EP and the quality of the songs are well recorded. This album takes you back when music was rebellious, but also fun to listen to.”

The Pit Unsigned Review

“Tend To Offend is a great release and one suspects the introduction to a band in Dirty Little Rebel which is going to make big strides and spark acclaimed riots in the future.”

The Ringmaster Review

“Earlier this year Dirty Little Rebel was formed by Rebel Rogers and Dizzy Dee with an aim to bring rock music back to its roots. Mission accomplished, with a raw style and balls to the wall attitude this awesome three piece not only play amazing rock but take it and shove it down your throat. With the gruff whiskey and razors vocals and raw tight punk style of guitar of Rebel Rogers and the nonstop machine gun assault drumming of Dizzy Dee teamed up with the distant rumbling Bass storm of J, this EP is an absolute gem and delight to listen to and has made its way onto my MP3 player. Highly recommend this dirty little trio to anyone who wants pure raw punk style rock with no frills and posing, can’t wait to see them live.”

Muff - Manchester Rocks Review

“Now this is my kinda music. Motley meets Iggy Pop, meets Sex Pistols, what more could you want!”

Krashcity Magazine
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