Dirty Audio & Jupe Seriously Bring The Bass With New Track “Down Under”
Any DJ that’s trying to throw down a wild set honestly probably just found their newest banger in Dirty Audio & Jupe’s new collaboration “Down Under”. This song doesn’t waste a lot of time and after some pleasant chords, the first drop absolutely smacks you in the face about thirty seconds in. Both producers fuse their unique sounds together flawlessly and the finished product really couldn’t be a more completely awesome song. With multiple drops, “Down Under” was created to whip dance floors into a frenzy, but Dirty Audio & Jupe switch it up plenty so the song keeps you on your toes throughout. These guys were kind enough to give this one out for free so grab the DL below and be sure to crank this one to 11 and let it bang!
Born Dirty has been around for a few years; it is a collaborative effort of two DJs/Producers with extremely successful solo careers. Producers and DJs Son Of Kick & Linden Jay came together in 2015 to form the duo, and their production has been vastly well received. Their song ’Don’t Stop Get It’ featuring Kid Sister was featured in an Apple MacBook ad, catapulting the duo further.
We got a chance to sit down with Mika (Son of Kick) of Born Dirty before he played for the party Noise Complaint at Kremwerk in Seattle, WA. They were featured on the bill with a wealth of locals and another epic house producer, Option4. The day before the show, surrounded by thumping Funktion Ones at another local event, we got down to business.
TSS: So how did Born Dirty start, between you and Linden Jay?
Mika: We just loved making music and fooling around with making tunes, producing. As we started collaborating we realized they were really nice tunes. We really wanted to be able to release them, so we started brainstorming on how to go about doing so. We were sitting around thinking about names, we really liked the idea of using the word ‘Born’ in our name. Funny enough, we saw a cleaning product on the shelf, and came up with the idea ‘Born Dirty‘.
TSS: What influences do you guys draw upon for the sound you have created?
Mika: We listen to a vast amount of music between the two of us. Linden and I have similar backgrounds, we were both classically trained musicians, firstly. We really wanted to combine a lot of different influences in this production, jazz, techno, breakcore, hip-hop, tech house, etc.
TSS: Born Dirty has already collaborated with Shift K3Y, Jaw, and Kid Sister. Do you guys have other artists on your radar to collab with in the future?
Mika: Of course, but most are secret. When its comes down to it for us, its not how big you are that makes us want to collaborate with you. For us, we want to work with other artists that are super open and want to drive the sound we are trying to accomplish.
TSS: What is your favorite guilty pleasure track?
Mika: Isabelle Adjani – ‘Pull Marine’
TSS: If you could give advice to any Producer/DJ starting out right now, what would it be?
Mika: Be yourself, just trust your gut and stay your course. Build your music and sound without focusing too much on what other people are producing. Don’t try to produce something just because its a popular sound unless it’s truly influenced by something specific that you draw upon. Your best new work will come out of staying true to yourself.
It’s Crazy How Good Dirty Audio’s Remix Of Fais & Afrojack Is
Afrojack has teamed up with his pal Fais for another big hit. They collaborated on Used To Have It All and released a remix package for it. One remix in particular is Dirty Audio’s. The LA native’s version is filled with stabbing electro synths and huge drops that will have your body moving involuntarily to the beat. Being selected to produce the official remix for an oustanding artist is yet another step forward in Dirty Audio’s promising young career, especially so since Afrojack was the first DJ that he ever saw live, and thus had a great influence on his aspirations to become a producer himself.
Afrojack is the latest heavy hitter that Dirty Audio has worked with; his previous tracks include a remix of Yellow Claw’s “Ocho Cinco” and his original production with Max Styler, “Roller Coaster.” Both releases were extraordinarily well received by fans and industry tastemakers alike, bolstering Dirty Audio’s resume as he blazes full steam ahead through 2017. He is currently on tour in Australia and New Zealand, bringing his electrifying live sets to all corners of the globe. Look for Dirty Audio to be invading the airwaves or coming to a city near you this year as he rides this unstoppable wave of success.
Fais & Afrojack- Used To Have It All (Dirty Audio Remix) | Download |
12 years ago Hip-Hop lost the unique soul that is Ol’ Dirty Bastard. ODB passed away today, November 13th, 2016 after an accidental overdose just two days before his 36th birthday. Ol’ Dirty Bastard was one-ninth of the Wu-Tang Clan and was one of the three founding members, the others being his cousins, Robert Diggs (RZA) and Gary Grice (GZA). ODB began his career with the Wu-Tang Clan in 1992, he went solo in 1995 with the release of Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version. He was on and off with the group due to legal issues, he was convicted for second degree assault in ’93, failure to pay child support in ’97, assault and shop lifting in ’98 and multiple other issues. But past that he also saved a 4 year old girls life in 1998 from a car wreckage along with being a good father. Salute to Ol’ Dirty Bastard for his impact in Rap and Hip-Hop, may he Rest In Peace.
Dirty Radio Drops Refreshingly Bubbly Single “Killin Me 2.0”
This Canadian trio has been absolutely crushing it this year, and now they’ve released an updated version of their 2012 track “Killin Me.” Featuring insanely catchy vocals from Shaddy (one of the three members) and pretty indietronica vibes, this track could fit anywhere from the beach to the club.
If you’re into upbeat house vibes, do yourself a favor and check out the rest of Dirty Radio’s Soundcloud feed. You’ll be all about it.
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