Red dogs

Red Dogs


A Japanese all-girl hard rock/punk band from Osaka - Japan.

Have released 3 cd's since forming in 2012.
Firstly "Tricky Triangle" (which has now completely sold out)
their second cd called "Break out your radio" and their new cd called 'Howling Red Invasion'.

With Haruka on vocals and bass, Kazumi on drums and Satoko vocals and guitar –
these three women commanded the stage with an electric presence, their pop-culture dress
at a creative clash with their songs of shaken-up rock slicing at the ears with almost
haunting vocal harmonies.

Rock in Japan is still seen as a primarily male genre of music, but that doesn't
discourage Red Dogs. They are aware that the odds are stacked against them but
that isn't going to stop them in their tracks. Many people think that girls can't
be cool as boys as drummers or as musicians in general so they work damn hard to be
cool as them. The band wants to show people the power of women and that they can be
just as good. Red Dogs really want people to see their shows and think "Wow", explains
the band.

Even though Red Dogs might look like cute girls but they say their live shows are
intense, spectacle with thick solid slabs of sound soiled with attitude and specialised
in the sort of catchy choruses that could put an ear-to-ear smile on the face of any
music fan.

The band describes their music as definitely rock with a punk tempo and some metalcore
influences mixed in to their sound. Also the band says that even though their music uses
mirror melodies the lyrics are positive and "forwarding facing".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsQ0FrOMpPE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSONeQ3xX5g

https://www.facebook.com/Red-Dogs-867099383355920/
https://www.reverbnation.com/reddogs
https://twitter.com/1RedDogs
https://soundcloud.com/reddogs1

Red Dogs


A Japanese all-girl hard rock/punk band from Osaka - Japan.

Have released 3 cd's since forming in 2012.
Firstly "Tricky Triangle" (which has now completely sold out)
their second cd called "Break out your radio" and their new cd called 'Howling Red Invasion'.

With Haruka on vocals and bass, Kazumi on drums and Satoko vocals and guitar –
these three women commanded the stage with an electric presence, their pop-culture dress
at a creative clash with their songs of shaken-up rock slicing at the ears with almost
haunting vocal harmonies.

Rock in Japan is still seen as a primarily male genre of music, but that doesn't
discourage Red Dogs. They are aware that the odds are stacked against them but
that isn't going to stop them in their tracks. Many people think that girls can't
be cool as boys as drummers or as musicians in general so they work damn hard to be
cool as them. The band wants to show people the power of women and that they can be
just as good. Red Dogs really want people to see their shows and think "Wow", explains
the band.

Even though Red Dogs might look like cute girls but they say their live shows are
intense, spectacle with thick solid slabs of sound soiled with attitude and specialised
in the sort of catchy choruses that could put an ear-to-ear smile on the face of any
music fan.

The band describes their music as definitely rock with a punk tempo and some metalcore
influences mixed in to their sound. Also the band says that even though their music uses
mirror melodies the lyrics are positive and "forwarding facing".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsQ0FrOMpPE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSONeQ3xX5g

https://www.facebook.com/Red-Dogs-867099383355920/
https://www.reverbnation.com/reddogs
https://twitter.com/1RedDogs
https://soundcloud.com/reddogs1

Top Tracks

Working Late 1

Working Late

Open Up 2

Open Up

Wrong Side Of Town 3

Wrong Side Of Town

Lizzy Gone Bad 4

Lizzy Gone Bad

Pays to Be Pretty 5

Pays to Be Pretty

Get Ready 6

Get Ready

River 7

River

Eye Of A Needle 8

Eye Of A Needle

Lessons In Love 9

Lessons In Love

Drop Me A Line 10

Drop Me A Line

Top Albums

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Wrong Side Of Town
Wrong Side Of Town
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