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Dirty Loops: Work Shit Out
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Dirty Loops: Work Shit Out

It has been quite a while since we’ve been able to feature a new video by Dirty Loops. That changes today with the return of the band and a new video they just shared.

Dirty Loops: Over the Horizon
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Dirty Loops: Over the Horizon

It has been a while since we’ve seen a video by Dirty Loops. The wait is over. Here’s the band – anchored by bassist Henrik Linder – performing “Over the Horizon”. So glad to see them back, and in color.

Swedish Trio Dirty Loops Releases Debut Album, “Loopified”
New Albums

Swedish Trio Dirty Loops Releases Debut Album, “Loopified”

Dirty Loops, the Swedish trio known for its wild cover versions of songs by Justin Bieber, Adele and Justin Timberlake, has released its first album, . The band is still somewhat amazed by its success, which led to the creation of the record, according to bassist Henrik Linder. “We thought the combination of fusion and pop was so unsexy that...

Dirty Loops Announces North American Tour
Concerts & Tours

Dirty Loops Announces North American Tour

If you’re like us, you’ve been patiently waiting for Dirty Loops to tour North America. The wait is finally over. Anchored by bassist Henrik Linder, the Swedish trio will kick off a 20-date North American outing at Irving Plaza in New York City on October 21st. From there they will cover the Northeast including a pair of Canadian dates in...

Dirty Loops: Wake Me Up (Avicii Cover)
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Dirty Loops: Wake Me Up (Avicii Cover)

Dirty Loops has just released a new cover video, this time tackling Avicii’s “Wake Me Up.” Taking a more laid back feel than their previous covers, the clip has bassist Henrik Linder taking a more chordal approach. And no, your eyes do not deceive you. The bassist is using his Mattissonbass that features true temperament frets, making the frets uneven...

Dirty Loops: Hit Me
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Dirty Loops: Hit Me

They’re back! Dirty Loops, the Swedish power trio known for their incredible renditions of pop songs has released a video for “Hit Me,” their very first original track. The song retains all of their energy and musical complexity, and bassist Henrik Linder’s playing is spectacular as ever.