Lately it seems like Dirty Audio can do no wrong when it comes to making hard-hitting, bass-driven music that is guaranteed to fill up the dance floor. His latest release "Stacks" proves the theory correct yet again. Featuring Dirty's golden formula of serrating synths and massive buildups that lead to reverberating drops will have even the meekest listener feeling like a million dollars. "Stacks" is a dual release on Bassrush Records, which make for two more renowned names on Dirty's resume. While he's still riding the wave of success from "Stay," his collaboration with Delta Heavy on Monstercat, "Stacks" will ensure that Dirty Audio only keeps going higher.
Dirty Audio has accelerated from little known up-and-coming 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, including Monstercat and Insomniac, and support from prominent artists like Yellow Claw and Delta Heavy. His 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" 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. This fall, he took the stage at EDC Orlando and is gearing for 7-date Australia tour. 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.