Dig (band)

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OriginLos Angeles, California, U.S.
GenresAlternative rock, grunge, shoegazing
Years active1991–1999, 2006–present
LabelsRadioactive, Uptown
Associated actsThe Weirdos, Thelonious Monster, The Barons

Dig is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California.


Dig formed in 1991 in Los Angeles; vocalist Scott Hackwith had previously produced for The Ramones, and guitarist Dix Denney had played with The Weirdos and Thelonious Monster.[1] After releasing an EP in 1992, they signed with Radioactive Records and issued their first full-length in 1993, produced by Dave Jerden. The single "Believe" was played regularly on MTV's Buzz Bin[1] and was their lone charting hit, reaching #19 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart[2] and #34 on the Mainstream Rock chart.[3] The group issued two further full-lengths in 1996 and 1999, and their cover of the Theme from Fat Albert was included on the compilation Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits.


  • Scott Hackwith – vocals, guitars
  • Johnny Cornwell – guitar
  • Dix Denney – guitar
  • Jon Morris – guitar
  • Phil Friedmann – bass
  • Jamie Carter – bass
  • Pete Reichert – bass
  • Anthony Smedile – drums
  • Matt Tecu – drums
  • Dave Stedronsky - drums


Studio albums
EPs and singles
  • Runt EP (1992, Wasteland)
  • "Fuck You" (1993, Radioactive)
  • "Believe" (1993, Radioactive)
  • "I'll Stay High" (1993, Radioactive)
  • "Unlucky Friend" (1994, Radioactive)
  • "Soft Pretzel (promo)" (1994 Radioactive)
  • "Whose Side You On?" (1996, Radioactive)
  • "Live in Sound" (1998, Universal)


  1. ^ a b John Bush, Dig at Allmusic
  2. ^ Chart, Billboard.com
  3. ^ Chart, Billboard.com

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