The Sound of Young America: The Dirtbombs’ Mick Collins and Ben Blackwell

28th November 2008

The Dirtbombs are a Detroit-based rock band, who blend punk, soul, psychadelia and garage rock into a driving sound. Their newest record is We Have You Surrounded. We talked with founder and frontman Mick Collins and drummer Ben Blackwell about the band’s roots in punk, the music culture of Detroit and much more. Listen to […]

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The Dirtbombs are a Detroit-based rock band, who blend punk, soul, psychadelia and garage rock into a driving sound. Their newest record is We Have You Surrounded. We talked with founder and frontman Mick Collins and drummer Ben Blackwell about the band’s roots in punk, the music culture of Detroit and much more.

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