Dizzy Dizzy MkII

In 1996, a band broke up around Washington DC with a whole mess of unsold CDs. Sean Epstein (Lead Vocals), had financed that project and was none too happy about what had happened so he said “fuck it, I’m reforming that band”…and he did!  And Dizzy Dizzy MK II was born.  

For the next several years, the band rocked the DC punk scene and continued to tour as well.  Jib Machine is currently redistributing the band’s 2003 split CD with London’s The Blood, which was recorded live during their 1999 Aural History of the Toilet Tour. Jib Machine also plans to release The Rest of Dizzy Dizzy MK II, an anthology covering the band’s career.