Dirty Heads | Sublime with Rome

October 19 @ 5:30 pm

Times: Doors 5:30 PM | Show 7 PM

Dirty Heads

Since 2001, Dirty Heads have mixed hip-hop, reggae, and rock to create a unique sound that both fully embodies their Southern California roots and resonates with audiences around the globe. Dirty Heads are currently out streaming some of the biggest alternative acts in the U.S., with over 1.31 MILLION digital track sales and 2.7 BILLION on-demand streams since 2018. Dirty Heads also have over 2.4 million unique monthly listeners on Spotify. The band’s global appeal reached new heights in 2021, when their hit “Vacation” (originally released in 2017) garnered over six billion views and streams across social media via the ubiquitous #VacationTransition challenge that originated organically with users on TikTok.

The group formed when punk rocker Dustin Bushnell (aka Duddy B) asked his friend, rapper Jared Watson (aka Dirty J), to collaborate on a project that would focus on positive vibes and infectious grooves. Watson added singing to his vocal skills, and later with percussionist Jon Olazabal, drummer Matt Ochoa, and bassist Dave Foral, Dirty Heads began building an immense audience.

Sublime with Rome

Sublime with Rome, the ska alternative rock group from California, was formed in 2010 by Rome Ramirez, Eric Wilson, and Bud Gaugh. With fan-favorite hits such as “Wrong Way”, “Santeria”, “Badfish”, “What I Got”, “Caress Me Down”, “40oz to Freedom” and many more, the band’s concerts are pure sing-along enjoyment from beginning to end.

The band released its debut album, Yours Truly, on July 12, 2011, and broke the top ten on the Billboard 200. The band previously toured in support of their hit 2019 album Blessings with singles “Wicked Heart” and “Light On” making a splash on alternative radio. Blessings is the band’s third studio album, and it was helmed by Rob Cavallo, the producer behind Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Linkin Park, and more. In 2020 Sublime With Rome dominated the rock and alternative music charts as well as headlining shows in sheds, amphitheaters, and major festivals worldwide. Last year, Sublime with Rome had an incredible tour with Slightly Stoopid.

Sublime with Rome continued to make waves in 2023, having collaborated with Slightly Stoopid on “Cool & Collected,” the first new release from both groups in several years. A long overdue reunion of sorts, making the track an especially meaningful project given Bradley of Sublime first signed Slightly Stoopid to Skunk Records back in 1996. The group celebrated the release with a joint summer tour full of packed shows across 27 cities following a solo headlined sold-out show at Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks. Sublime with Rome officially welcomed their new drummer, Cleveland-based Joe Tomino of Dub Trio, and released a brand new EP, Tangerine Skies. Produced by Rome Ramirez, this EP also enlists the talents from a super roster of friends and family including Neal Avron, Left Coast Sound, Gabrial McNair, BSAMZ, and more! Of the EP, Rome shares, “This collection of songs has been years in the making – some of the tracks originating as demos during the pandemic, we took this music out to Texas to fully Sublime with Rome Bio realize it as an album.” Fans can look forward to tracks that highlight the roots of Sublime, framed in an evolution that feels fresh and instantly memorable.

Currently, Sublime with Rome has almost 261 million all-time streams, and over 500k monthly listeners on Spotify. This is in addition to the legacy statistics which include 8M monthly listeners. “Santeria” remains the top song with over 660 million streams. This is followed by “What I Got” with over 420 million streams and “Badfish” with 165 million streams (stats via Spotify). Following Tangerine Skies, Sublime with Rome’s loyal audience can anticipate the final Sublime with Rome single “Love Is Dangerous” leading into the farewell self-titled album coming in 2024 recorded at Sonic Ranch.

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