Developing in Vancouver, Canada, in 1994, the Dirtmitts provide melodious compositions moving between alternative rock and roll and pop designs. Natasha Thirsk (vocals, electric guitar), Dallas Kruszelnicki (electric guitar), Jen Deon (bass), and Jason Lajeunesse (drums) will be the quartet in charge of the band’s masterpieces. Motivated by experimental works like Sonic Youngsters and Cocteau Twins, and daring to provide melodious and tense impressions from the pop design, the Canadians were able to build a fair pursuing, both locally and beyond their nationwide frontiers. After many years, where they recorded different self-released cassettes and discs and performed many concerts, the music group entered the studio room to record their debut eponymous record. Securing the task of manufacturer Darryl Neudorf, The Dirtmitts was finally released in 2001, prior to the group embarked upon their first main tour. Upon coming back home, the music group stepped back to the studio room and began documenting once again with Matthew Great sideman Dave Genn. Delivering their recording by the next October, CAN GET ON premiered in Canada that month but postponed until November for the U.S. and Western releases.
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|Whistler||TV Series courtesy - 1 episode, 2007 performer - 1 episode, 2007|
|Degrassi: The Next Generation||2006||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|The Life||2004||TV Movie performer: "Get On"|
|Going the Distance||2004||performer: "Get On"|
|Adam & Evil||2004||performer: "Figure It Out", "The Tag Is It"|
|American Psycho II: All American Girl||2002||Video performer: "In the Meantime" - as Dirtmitts / writer: "In the Meantime" - as Dirtmitts|
|24||TV Series 1 episode, 2001 performer - 1 episode, 2002|
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