DITZ Tickets

The Boileroom, Guildford.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £15.35 (£13.50)

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The English punks’ debut is a rage-forward bulldozer of poetic wordplay and experimental hardcore.” Pitchfork A ferocious live band, DITZ create forward-thinking noise rock/post-punk which features vast arrays of pedal effects with influences from 80s and 90s post-hardcore and noise rock. Since the release of their debut album ‘The Great Regression’ in March 2022 they have played over 100 shows across the UK and Europe and have become known for being a force of nature live. They’ve toured with DIIV, played festivals less than 24 hours after the drummer dislocated his shoulder, jumped into lakes mid-set and had the French police shut down their Paris instore due to noise complaints. In this time, they’ve done headline tours in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands and played to thousands of people at festivals such as La Route Du Rock, Reeperbahn, Great Escape, Maifeld Derby, 2000 Trees, Grauzone and many more. In 2023 the band have released a one off digital single ‘Riverstone’ on legendary US label Suicide Squeeze’s Pinks & Purples series in June and a live album ‘On The Bai’ou’ in March on Alcopop! Records. ‘The Great Regression’ was part funded by the PRS Foundation and was recorded by Ben Hampson (Blood Red Shoes & Tigercub), mastered by Kate Tavini (We Are Scientists & Nadine Shah) & released on Alcopop! Records. Their limited-edition Dinked vinyl sold out in under 24 hours and they gained plaudits from the likes of Pitchfork, Der Spiegel, Steve Lamacq, DIY and Clash. The standard edition of the vinyl also sold out and has been repressed twice since. The live album ‘On The Bai’ou’ was recorded on The Great Regression tour at The Louisiana in Bristol. Featuring all ten tracks from the album along with previous singles and live favourites ‘Gayboy’ and ‘Role Model’, the album is a blistering assault on the senses, that gives a window into the world of a DITZ live show. Prior to ‘The Great Regression’ DITZ released their debut EP ‘5 Songs’ for Alcopop! Records in 2020 featuring their singles ‘Total 90’, ‘Role Model’ and their cover of Peaches’ ‘Fuck The Pain Away’. This received plaudits from some of the UK’s premier new punk bands, IDLES and Slaves, as well as media fuss from DIY, Loud & Quiet, So Young, The Line Of Best Fit and more. ————— 


“All told, The Great Regression is about as strong as debut records get. Channelling all of its rage, sarcasm and scorn into a taut, well-honed package it’s both a brutal assault on the senses and a window into the raw talent and unique worldview that makes Ditz one of the most interesting bands on the current UK punk scene..” - Loud & Quiet 


“This album has a sense of urgency and visceral intensity, and DITZ rarely bore with their snotty, twisted, and deadly playing.” Pop Matters Bandcamp Facebook Twitter Instagram 125%