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Dirty Audio Releases “Mob” with Carbin ft. i-Ez as a Free Download

Notorious party starter Dirty Audio is back with his newest tune “Mob,” and it’s guaranteed to gear you up for a night of bottles, beats, and debauchery. Dirty teamed up with up-and-coming bass producer Carbinand rapper iE-Z for the track, creating a winning combination of metallic basslines, electrifying synths and rhythmic vocal verses. After one listen you’ll be rolling to the club in no time. iE-Z and Dirty Audio worked together on their recent single “Hit It” with Deorro, which garnered over 12 million streams on Spotify. Though Carbin is a newcomer to the industry, the young American producer has already gained support from heavyweights like ExcisionDatsik and Adventure Club. “Mob” follows Dirty Audio‘s recent remix of GRiZ‘s groovy “Wicked” and the festival bomb “Firewalker,” proving once again that there is literally no sound this dynamic producer can’t conquer! Free download

Dirty Audio has been crushing the game over the last year and a half, with some of the most explosive tracks in bass and electro music. Dirty Audio‘s previous tracks include an explosive remix of Afrojack‘s “Used to Have It All,” a remix of Yellow Claw‘s “Ocho Cinco” and his original production with Max Styler, “Roller Coaster.” All three releases were extraordinarily well received by fans and industry tastemakers alike, bolstering Dirty Audio‘s resume as he blazes full steam ahead through the second half of 2017. He went on tour in Australia and New Zealand earlier this year and recently debuted in Asia at WOMB Tokyo, bringing his electrifying live sets to all corners of the globe. Next, he takes the stage at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds in California on October 14th, followed by EDC Orlando on November 10th before he jets off to Australia to play two days of Earthcore Festival in Brisbane this December. Catch Dirty Audio‘s legendary live sets if you can this fall or simply press play on his new releases and imagine you’re part of the experience.

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