About D. Hollywood
Los Angeles, CA
Intelligent, quirky, radio rock.
Sonically crafted for the pallet of the pop rock radio listener, with tasty niblets to indulge the more heady music connoisseur.
D is for Dirty...
Holed up in his studio apartment a stones throw from Hollywood Blvd, and armed with a cubase 3 rig maxing out a 3.000 GHz pentium chip and 1GB of RAM. Dirty is a one man band battling the machine and winning. Take a listen, the product speaks for itself. The debut album is complete and due for a digital self release in the fall of 2010 unless a forward thinking, brilliant, fair-trade, mid-sized, sustainable record label has another idea.
While Dirty played and recorded virtually every instrument on the album, the live show is a full bombastic rock band that actually lives up to the recordings. Dirty instantly grabs your attention, electric and daper, his charisma is deep and sincere with a lingering sense that he may be a bit “off” in the brain. Dirty’s charm and quirk perfectly personify D. Hollywood’s music. Artsy yet comprehendible, radio friendly but unique. Tour ready and armed with a delicious record, D. Hollywood just showed up at the party.
D. Hollywood's eccentric image paired with his market friendly sound are an easy pitch for placements in video games, extreme sporting videos, any reality show, or vampire obsession, as well as indie and major feature films. Check out "california" for any cues in need of a heavy west coast anthem, and "my name is love" for the car chase, gnarly skate set, or any get up and go scenerio or attitude.
D. Hollywood is brand new but has already been embraced by some of the chociest venues in Los Angeles, including the Dragonfly, the Air Conditioned Supper Club, Club Moscow (Boardners) and even Captain and Tenille's Rumbo Studios. As a drummer/percussionist Dirty has performed with:
members of The Rescues
and Craig Robinson (the Office, Last Comic Standing) to name a few.
Dirty is also co-founder of sexy soul band "The Jane Doe's" who have been joined by special guests "Rami Jaffee (the Wallflowers, Foo Fighters), Brent Paschke (N.E.R.D.) and Gus Seyffert (Nora Jones, Willoughby).
Never mind what mama said, you can enjoy D. Hollywood any time of day or night. However it is recommended you wait 30 minutes before swimming after ingesting D. Hollywood.
For more information, music, photos, videos, interviews, or dating advice visit WWW.DHOLLYWOODMUSIC.COM.