Wornstar Media photo’s

D2UR had Mike McComb from @Wornstar Media attend the Hi Neighbor festival to get some new shots of the band. Mike did a great job and we’re proud to show off some great shots from our performance. 

D2UR Rocks the Hi Neighbor Festival

(From L-R: Donovan Poole, John Colburn, Diane Isbister, Mike Isbister, Billy Ray Martin) D2UR performed a hard hitting set of originals Sunday June 3, 2018 at the Transcona Hi Neighbor Festival in Winnipeg to close out the event. It was a 1 hour set that featured uptempo songs from both D2UR albums. Look for more performance announcements in the near future. 

D2UR line-up

D2UR are pleased to announce the addition of Billy Ray Martin on guitar and Donovan Poole on drums. These gents have considerably strengthened the D2UR force. More performance announcements on the way. 

D2UR updates

It is expected that D2UR will release a new single in Canada within the next couple of weeks. Rumours have it that the single could be the hard rocking “No Way” from the “Tic Toc” album. Also underway are new promotional stickers incorporating the steampunk gear and D2UR lettering in black on a silver foil background. New songs are in the works and D2UR look to hit the studio with co-producer howard Klopak to gleen through material and outline the formation of a new EP. Stay tuned for some additional exciting announcement in the near future.

 

“Tic Toc” makes Fireworks magazine top 50 albums of 2017

Recently, Mark Donnelly of the UK magazine, Fireworks, ranked D2UR’s album “Tic Toc” as one of the top 50 albums for 2017. That’s pretty heady stuff for D2UR’s second album released July 1, 2017. “We like the harder edged direction we pursued for “Tic Toc” and it seems to be paying off for us” says Mike Isbister. Now to kick it up a notch for the follow up.

 

‘Run Devil Run’ hits Canada

D2UR’s latest single, the hard hitting “Run Devil Run” was released to radio across Canada this week. Coupled with the release was a short edited version of the video for the same. Power Play magazine says ‘Run Devil Run’ is harder with a driving beat that makes you want to over-rev the engine. Let’s get on the bandwagon Canucks!

 

Power Play Magazine reviews Tic Toc

Another great review in from Power play magazine this time. We’re beginning to believe the U.K. is getting the picture and we’re loving the attention. So what does Power Play say about D2UR: ‘Well they’re a pretty damn good rock n’ roll band”. Lot’s of positive comments about Diane’s vocals comparing her to Sheryl Crow and Chrissie Hyde – not bad company for a Winnipeg girl. Check it out!

Bring in the Heavy Hitter – Fitzy

A BIG thanks to our friend Brent Fitz who made his way back home to drum with us for our CD Release Party. Brent went out of his way to find time in his hectic touring schedule to make it home for this event. It was fantastic having you drum on all 11 songs on the ‘Tic Toc’ album, and so sweet to have you behind the kit conducting us on stage. Cheers Brent!

Fireworks Magazine reviews ‘Tic Toc”

Fireworks magazine in the UK have provided an overwhelming positive review of ‘Tic Toc’ in their fall 2017 issue. Mark Donnelley provided the review for the magazine basically endorsing it and urging readers to ‘get Tic Toc’. Wow, such fantastic feedback and reassurance for all the hard work that went into the album.