Dirty South – All of us (Eden Prince Remix)

Dirty South
All of us (Eden Prince Remix)

You’ve probably heard the name Dirty South before, but maybe not the smaller artist Eden Prince. A remix of the Dirty South original, “All of us” was just dropped by this up-and-comer. We were impressed. Eden Prince seems to have an excellent handle on the intricacies of house music but doesn’t take us too far into the realm tech-house. Instead he walks the line with club sounds and pop elements. Check it out, we should be seeing more from Eden Prince soon.

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[Progressive House] Dirty South ft. Rudy – Find A Way

Dirty South
Find A Way featuring Rudy

A true OG in the dance music game, Dirty South is undoubtedly among the best in the EDM scene. If you’re a fan of his, you’ve probably heard this famous ID track first premiered during Coachella in Indio a few months back. It’s generated so much hype ever since its premiere, and it has certainly lived up to it.

Released officially via Dirty South’s own label Phazing, “Find A Way” features the soothing vocals by Rudy and a melodic roller coaster ride that would keep your feet off the ground. The enchanting vocals help drive his signature soaring melodies up a few notches, and they all contribute to this track to become yet another festival anthem. Whether you’re driving down the freeway, at the gym, or dancing at a festival, this track will definitely turn up your adrenaline level like no other.

Check out the video by Proximity below and listen for yourself.

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The Electro/House Playlist For The Casual Listener

Lets face it, not everyone is a hardcore EDM fan that checks every single blog every day (Even though we are). This playlist is for YOU casual Electro/House listener that has not had the time to catch up some of the most amazing tracks released in the last 6 months (and a little beyond).

Hope these high energy tracks gives you a boost on an already busy Monday morning and thanks to our new REDESIGN, you will be able to recall this playlist on your phone while at a party, or simply leave it playing while you are in the comfort of your home. Enjoy!

’Hard Rock Sofa – Quasar’

’Spencer & Hill – Dub Disco (Lucky Date Remix)’

’Madeon – Icarus (extended Mix)’

’Dirty South & Thomas Gold – Alive feat. Kate Elsworth – Alive’

’Bingo Players – Rattle’

’Porter Robinson – Language’

’Swedish House Mafia Vs. Knife Party – Antidote’

’Afrojack & Steve Aoki – No Beef’

’Kaskade – Room For Happiness feat. Skylar Grey (Gregori Klosman Remix)’

’Porter Robinson – Say My Name’

’Wolfgang Gartner – Forever feat. will.i.am (Extended Mix)’

’Strobe (Special Features.mp3′

’Martin Solveig – The Night Out (A
Trak Remix)’

’Flight of the Conchords – Too Many Dicks (OVERWERK Remix)’

’Nicky Romero – Toulouse’

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Dirty South & Thomas Gold ft. Kate Elsworth – Alive (Original Mix)

What do you get when you cross a Grammy nominated mega producer, a break-though globetrotter that’s rising to the top and an über hot DJ-singer? You get “Alive”; the stunning new single by Dirty South and Thomas Gold. Dirty and Gold craft an impeccable Progressive House backdrop with Kate Elsworth’s sultry vocals, to unleash an uplifting, emotive tune that (as I write this) is currently #13 on Beatport’s Progressive House Charts. While listening, you can imagine this song blaring over a summer festival crowd, anywhere around the world. It’s got that kind of vibe.

Beatport: Dirty South & Thomas Gold ft. Kate Elsworth – Alive (Original Mix)

’Dirty South & Thomas Gold ft. Kate Elsworth – Alive (Original Mix)’

Quick background check on the 3 names mentioned:

Dirty South: Grammy nominated Serbian-born Dragan Roganovic, relocated to Melbourne, Australia in his teens, and began releasing original music in 2004. It only took a couple of years before his singles and remixes would be worldwide. Early on, he worked alongside Axwell and David Guetta. He’s remixed Depeche Mode, Snoop Dogg, U2 and old school House/Techno king, Josh Wink; among many others. Along with producing, he’s a regular at the biggest clubs and festivals, all over the world.
Dirty South Official Site

Thomas Gold: Berlin based producer/DJ. Beatport and DJ Mag ranked him as a top “breakthrough” and “rising star”. His grueling production and touring schedule has landed him headlining gigs at mega-clubs like Ministry of Sound and Pacha. His original tunes and remixes are consistent downloads on Beatport. He’s worked with big names like: Fatboy Slim, Robbie Rivera, Fedde Le Grand, Trance legend Paul Van Dyk, and Erick Morillo; just name a few. His pace to the top is relentless.
Thomas Gold Official Site

Kate Elsworth: Singer-songwriter-DJ, from Sydney, Australia. Elsworth has already received recognition from Pete Tong and now Dirty South. She incorporates gorgeous live vocals over the massive club grooves from frequent collaborators, Exacta. They are set to release their debut album in 2011. While that’s brewing, she keeps herself busy with a worldwide touring schedule. Anyone with a fetish for female DJs (this includes me) will love Elsworth. Keep an eye on this hottie.
Kate Elsworth Facebook

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[Mash Up] Kaskade, Diddy Dirty Money, & Dirty South – Coming Home at 4AM (Kaskade Mash Up)


Kaskade’s “4 A.M.” is easily my favorite song of his. Something about Becky Jean Williams’ soft voice as she coos over the lyrics just does it for me. I would always play that song on the way home from the club, venue, dj set etc.because it’s such a nice way to end the evening on a soft and sweet beat (and I know I’m not alone on this). I think Kaskade took that into consideration, mashing up 4AM with Diddy Dirty Money’s “Coming Home.” Not only do the two conceptually and lyrically work, Kaskade made magic throwing in an funky beat and a crazy build-up to go with it.

Coming Home at 4 AM (Kaskade Mash Up)

’Coming Home at 4 AM (Kaskade Mash Up).mp3′
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