Ganesha Cartel’s “Dirty Demo” Revitalizes Old School Breaks

Versatile electronic music producer Ganesha Cartel brings us his newest, breaks inspired single “Dirty Demo.” This old school, nostalgic single is inspired by artists such as The Beastie Boys, Run D.M.C., Bassbin Twins, and DJ Monk from Rabbit In The Moon. “Dirty Demo” is an amalgamation of funky house and breaks, hard-hitting bass lines, deep house, and progressive sounds. Ganesha’s production provides dynamic, unique, raw, heavy reverb, compression, and unfiltered expression, resulting in auditory dance music bliss. The single pairs together male vocals with a sweet sounding angelic female voice providing the track with a stark contrast of yin and yang, light and dark. There is then a huge booming drop of sub-bass into quiet vocals filtering into ascending volumes and frequencies during the breakdowns.


Ganesha Cartel had this to say in reference to his newest single, “When I first started DJing in the late 1990s, I mostly spun disco house & funky breakbeats. So it was a natural step to produce the sound I fell in love with when I first started discovering DJing. So I was looking for a dirty but epic breakbeat sound and found these really big drums to play with and “Dirty Demo” came about.”

Ganesha has released hundreds of tracks independently over the course of this past year while still being able to take time off to teach Kundalini Yoga and Meditation around the world in locations like Bali, Ojai, and San Francisco. He also helps hundreds of people overcome addictions, heal from traumatic and abusive relationships, and regain their confidence and job stability through hypnotherapy, guided imagery, breathwork workshops, and Symphonic Gong Sound Healing. “Dirty Demo” is out now on Ganesha Cartel’s own record label Anahata Love Recordings.

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