Dorothy Gave Us Mad Crowd Disease Live

Spreading rock fever from the stages of LA.


Photo: Dorothy live at The Echo

Made-in-LA rockers, Dorothy, know how to rocket your adrenaline from the mere fight-or-flight rush to cry-and-fly flood. The “Wicked Ones” masters don’t just bang your eardrums and end it with eargasm; they adrenalize you to the point that you get Mad Crowd Disease – the concert version of mad cow disease you get when the band onstage injects you with endorphins and makes you feel 2X inebriated even though you half-assed your actual drink cus it was Tuesday night. Wednesday morning was tough – but didn’t matter cus Dorothy’s performance was better than sex:


Photo: That was one fierce black coat




Photo: When Dorothy is onstage, they transform to Super Saiyan





Photo: At one point, we felt like watching a hair commercial live.


Their debut album ROCKISDEAD is coming out on June 24 and the quartet has more tour dates coming up, so see them:

7/14 – The Stone Pony (Asbury Park, NJ, USA)

7/21 – Upstate Concert Hall (Clifton Park, NY, USA)

7/23 – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (Cleveland, OH, USA)

7/25 – St. Andrew’s Hall (Detroit, MI, USA)

7/26 – Bogarts (Cincinnati, OH, USA)

8/1 – Port City Music Hall (Portland, ME, USA)

8/2 – Royale (Boston, MA, USA)

8/6 – 9:30 Club (Washington, DC, USA)