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The Dils

Dils, The

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America's Local Talent 1977: The Sounds of Los Angeles

Overview by Kim Fowley, Phonograph Record, May 1977

ONE DOESN'T need to write any introduction on the general rock history and geographical relevance of Hollywood. Hollywood is Los Angeles, Los Angeles is California ...

West Coast Waves: The Dils

Interview by Howie Klein, New York Rocker, November 1977

THE ENGLISH NEW WAVE appears to be firmly rooted in the politics of frustration. It should be no shock that the acutely class-conscious British have ...

Catch A Wave? No, West Coast NEW WAVE!

Overview by Jack Basher, Creem, December 1977

CREEM's Punk Guides Stagger On... ...

The Dils, X, the Alleycats, the Consumers, F-Word: Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles

Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 4 May 1978

Five Punk Bands on Bill at Whisky ...

The Dils Disband

Report by Andy Schwartz, New York Rocker, May 1980

THE DILS, ONE of California's premier new wave bands, have broken up for keeps after three years together. ...

Life After Punk: Rank and File

Interview by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, 29 October 1983

Rank and File’s Founders Chip and Tony Kinman walked out on hardcore punk stardom to take up their "white trash’ influences in country music. ...

Marc Spitz with Brendan Mullen: We Got the Neutron Bomb - The Untold Story of L.A. Punk

Book Review by Barney Hoskyns, The Village Voice, 2001

IT'S KINDA IRONIC that the untold story of the Los Angeles punk scene should be officially told (tolled?) at a time when New York City ...

see also Rank and File


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