Dirth

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Dirth formed in London, England in the summer of 2005. Singer/songwriter Alec is the musical leader and guitarist. Gianluca Nasticola is on bass and Jon Moss formerly of Culture Club is on drums. The band has received good critical response to its gigs including from Music Week and the London Daily Telegraph.[citation needed] Dirth is now joined by Winston Blissett from Massive Attack on bass.

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Dirth performed many concerts throughout greater London including at the Bull & Gate, in Kentish Town. Alec met Jon Moss recording a charity song for the victims of the 2005 bombings in London. Working together with Paul "Wix" Wickens (from Paul McCartney) on keyboard and Neil McCormick on vocals. The final line up was Alec on bass and voice, Jon Moss on drums, Matt Drozd on guitar and Gerald Lim on guitar. The group disbanded when Alec moved back to USA, Matt moved back to Poland and Gerald moved back to Singapore in 2008.