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Dirty Audio Gives a High Energy Remix to DJ Snake’s “A Different Way”

After an undeniably explosive 2017, LA-based producer Dirty Audio is heading full speed ahead in the new year with his newest remix of DJ Snake’s “A Different Way.” True to Dirty’s essence, his rendition of the hit track incorporates the original’s sultry-smooth vocals and amps it up several notches with the addition of dramatic, deep basslines and wobbling synths. The remix is exactly what we’ve come to love about and expect from Dirty Audio – a fully captivating, high-energy joyride that is equally at home lighting up the dance floor at clubs around the globe or simply grooving to at home. Dirty recently released his track “Stacks” on Bassrush Records, situating him perfectly for a successful 2018 with more thrilling original productions and always-fresh remixes. Free download

Dirty Audio has accelerated from an up-and-comer to one of electro and bass music’s most promising rising artists in a little over a year and a half. His music speaks for itself and has garnered him attention from some of the industry’s most respected labels. His explosive remix of The Chainsmokers’ “Inside Out,” a remix of DJ Snake & Yellow Claw’s “Ocho Cinco” and his original production “Gorilla Glue” were extraordinarily well received by fans and industry tastemakers alike, only serving to bolster Dirty Audio’s resume. He went on tour in Australia and New Zealand last year and also debuted in Asia at WOMB Tokyo, bringing his electrifying live sets to all corners of the globe. Catch Dirty Audio’s legendary live sets if you can this year or simply press play on his new releases and imagine you’re part of the experience.

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