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Two new Dirt Cult records

Posted June 21, 2019, 8:56 p.m. in Labels by Loren
Two new Dirt Cult records

Dirt Cult Records has two new releases on the horizon: a 12" by Oakland's Dots and a 7" by Texas-based Kira Jari.


Dots features members of Midnite Snaxxx, Bad Daddies, and FM Knives, while Kira Jari calls North Texas home and cites Leatherface and Jawbreaker as influences.

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