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Dirtywork – Revolution / Villains & Heroes [CODE RED]

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New York based talent Dirtywork sent to Code Red #Revolution not that long ago. As Marcus Schossow’s label claims “it caused a revolution in our release schedule, because we had to put this one out there as soon as possible.

While preparing that release, the DJ/producer sent us another track called Villains & Heroes, and we knew what to do: The moment had arrived to release Code Red its first artist EP”.
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[/av_one_third] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] The heavy bassline really grabs you and the break is a bit mysterious and futuristic, but that works perfectly in Villains & Heroes. So though it came in last minute, it had to be released and that is why Dirtywork gets a proper EP. [/av_textblock] [av_two_third first min_height=’av-equal-height-column’ vertical_alignment=’av-align-top’ space=” margin=’0px’ margin_sync=’true’ padding=’0px’ padding_sync=’true’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ radius_sync=’true’ background_color=” src=” attachment=” attachment_size=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’] You might know Dirtywork from his previous release on Eclypse Records. For years the DJ/producer played saxophone and the piano. He even wrote his own songs. But just four years ago the New Yorker started producing house music. Well, it’s safe to say he picked up the art of making floor fillers pretty quickly. So there you have it: Our first artist EP by Dirtywork containing Revolution and Villains & Heroes. Two big tunes that will hit Miami hard for sure. An EP that once again proves we’re not scared to give fresh talent a chance. Because the only thing that matters to us, is that tunes are original and make you dance. And that’s exactly the case with these two tracks by Dirtywork. [/av_two_third] [av_one_third min_height=” vertical_alignment=’av-align-top’ space=” margin=’0px’ margin_sync=’true’ padding=’0px’ padding_sync=’true’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ radius_sync=’true’ background_color=” src=” attachment=” attachment_size=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’]


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