Why hey there cowboy. Welcome back to another episode of The Music Meetup (formerly known as Discovery Corner), brought to you by Levi’s.
This week we listen to the new album Bloodshot Tokyo by The Dig, and chat with bassist/vocalist, Emile Mosseri!
The Dig has been around for years around 7 years now, but most of these guys have been playing around since adolescence. Their sound is catchy, melodic, and emotional. It takes you on a journey that feels oddly familiar, especially with their newest album Bloodshot Tokyo, which is a story about love, heartbreak, and everything in between.
Make sure to check them out while they’re on tour, and read up on them with the full-length feature!
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