Dirty Audio Turns Up with a Remix of GRiZ’s “Wicked”

by the partae

Dirty Audio has earned a reputation for his dynamic and often unexpected sound, and his newest release, a remix of GRiZ‘s “Wicked,” serves as the perfect Exhibit A. As a producer known for his funky, live instrumental-fueled tracks, GRiZ isn’t the obvious choice for Dirty Audio to put his spin on, but he delivers with meticulously crafted mastery. The “Wicked” remix weaves in heavy electro synths and machine-esque basslines among the jazz-influenced elements of the original, while the velvety vocals beg for mischevious behavior. “It was an honor to remix GRiZ. I’ve been a fan of his forever” Dirty Audio said of the track. “It was fun remixing the real instruments that GRiZ uses in his music.” This release comes on the coattails of his recent “Firewalker,” an equally massive track that has been receiving support from industry tastemakers and fans alike. There’s no doubt you’ll be hearing the “Wicked” remix as well as “Firewalker” dropped in the club and at the festival stage this year at one of Dirty Audio‘s upcoming shows in Texas and Australiathrough the end of November.

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 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. 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.

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