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Monday
Mar112013

Free Download: "Rifts Of Clarity" (3LAU Edit) - Dirty South vs. Zedd

3LAU never ceases to amaze and this new mix of Dirty South's "Rift" and Zedd's "Clarity" makes for a mashup match made in heaven. After being released just a few hours ago on SoundCloud, it’s already got fans around the world ranting and craving more. Starting with Foxes' "Clarity" vocals over the slowly buildingbassline and turning into hard kicks of electro house bliss makes it impossible to sit still to. Only lasting a little over two minutes, it's hard not to put this on repeat. This track shows the incredible mashup talent of young up-and-comer 3LAU who we've been watching since last spring. The steps to continue his rise to the top start with free downloads like this that get us all pumped for festival season!

By Jill Brown 

Tuesday
Jan222013

Track of the Day: "Halo" - Dirty South & Deniz Koyu (Preview)

Not even a full month into 2013, music has been nothing short of impressive, and this is a perfect example. This new collab comes from House anthem gurus Dirty South and Deniz Koyu to produce the song "Halo." This one's been rumored to be in the making for quite some time now and is scheduled to be released for download through Phazing Records on February 4th. “Halo” has been played in both dj’s recent sets, and can now be officially previewed below, although I must warn you it is a huge tease to only listen for a minute and thirty seconds. We don't usually post previews on the site, but this one needs to be heard. Nonetheless, the song is huge mood lifter and you will definitely be able to hear this live at a show on Koyu's Generation Wild tour stop nearest you, and we got the tickets here!

By Steph Perez

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Monday
Nov262012

Track of the Day: "Rift" (Original Mix) - Dirty South & Michael Brun

After just premiering his newest track, "Rift" on his most recent episode of Phazing Radio, Dirty South released his soon-to-be-hit to the world today. This will be Dirty South's second collab with Michael Brun, after the release of his edit of the track "Rise"It's safe to say that this madman never disappoints, "Rift" for sure is MASSIVE! Full of the magical vibes that defined his City of Dreams tour, and his easily recognizable Progressive House melody, this one will keep all of you dancing through the night. Dirty South and Michael Brun are definitely trending talents that you will want to keep your eyes on - if you get a chance to catch these two spin live you're in for a treat! 

Out now on Beatport!

By Jessica Radtke

Thursday
Oct252012

Review: Dirty South @ Roseland Ballroom NYC

I've been to a ton of EDM shows over the past few years, but still something amazed me about this past Saturday when Dirty South took over Roseland Ballroom on his City of Dreams tour. With Gregori Klosman and Mord Fustang accompanying, the trio mesmerized the New York City crowd along with stunning lights and aerial acrobatics until the early morning.

After a stellar set from Klosman, fast-rising Electro-glitcher Mord Fustang took to the decks of the Times Square venue as more and more EDM faithful stormed the Ballroom. His unmistakable style paired perfectly with the bass-hungry crowd, definitely setting the energy high for DS to follow. Popular original tracks "Lick the Rainbow," "The Electric Dream," and "Champloo" had the crowd jumping, as did his epic remix of "Gold" from Fussy Boy.  If you didn’t know Mord Fustang before Saturday, you left a fan.

A few ticks off 1:00 A.M. Dragan Roganović, known to most of us as Dirty South, ascended behind the turntables and sought to capture the minds of New York.  Playing the same stage that has seen EDM greats Swedish House Mafia and Deadmau5, Dirty South had to do something special that night to amaze the crowd. And he did. Abandoning his somewhat predictable set style, Dragan gave the Tri-State crowd everything he had to offer, transforming the City that Never Sleeps into a City of Dreams.

From the minute the opening notes of "Walking Alone" marked the start of his set, Dirty South left no doubt as to who owned the moment. Dragan’s set showed familiar bangers mixed in technically impressive and unique ways. Exhibit A: "Greyhound" (an iconic EDM track) mixed with his own remix of Miike Snow’s "Devil’s Work", one of my favorite DS tracks, a mix that set the crowd on fire.

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Monday
Oct222012

Review: Until Now - Swedish House Mafia

Since its conception in 2008, Swedish House Mafia has become a global EDM phenomenon.  Known for producing hit after hit, and putting on consistently epic performances, Ingrosso, Axwell, and Angello have become the faces of the mainstream Progressive House movement.  The disappointing announcement of SHM’s separation following One Last Tour has been slightly eased by today's release of Until Now, the concluding album from the trio of EDM giants. SHM has compiled their set essentials, making Until Now a 22-track house compilation for the ages. The records are intense, big room house, fitting the SHM mold perfectly. My only grievance with the album is the lack of new material. You'd expect a group with such an enormous fan base to go out with a louder bang – that would only add to the magic of One Last Tour. The "educated" house fan may know most of the tracks on the album, but you’ll surely enjoy the album nonetheless. Because there's no way to sum up the enormous year that has been 2012, without a bit of SHM.

1. "Greyhound" - Swedish House Mafia

"Greyhound" is the iconic SHM set-opener.  They’ve gotten hundreds of crowds in the palm of their hands with this track, and for good reason – it bumps.  No matter who drops it, the Mafia or others, the audience always turns to pandemonium.

2. "Here We Go" - Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes

For the project it is, “Here We Go” fits Until Now well.  The three Swedes have both supported and consistently dropped the record.  I just feel SHM missed a huge opportunity to go out with a bang – new material for One Last Tour would’ve been sick.

3. "In My Mind" - Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl ft. Georgi Kay (Axwell Remix)

In a festival setting, the synth melodies of Axwell’s In My Mind mix give you the chills.

4. "Calling" (Lose My Mind) - Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso ft. Ryan Tedder

Mentor and prodigy team up to produce a festival banger.  Simple as that.

5. "Atom / Leave the World Behind" - Nari & Milani vs. Laidback Luke vs. Swedish House Mafia

Atom is a bumpin' track with mass appeal.  Mix that with the work of SHM & Laidback Luke (Happy Birthday), and you've got a hype track for sure.

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