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Alesso & Dirty South - City Of Dreams

Man, I seriously can’t wait until the full version of this finally drops.  Until then, we’re stuck with this stunning (live?) preview.  

Australian’s biggest DJ/producer and Sweden’s youngest and most successful rising talent - teamed up as first time and it was expected that they will form something huge. The track from Alesso & Dirty South was premiered at Creamfields before some weeks and was dropped during the EDC at New York also. It’s a fresh sounding big-room house record combined with noteworthy vocals which incorporated gives the track a distinct perspective, and offering a new sound we don’t usually hear from Dirty South. The collaboration’s latest record will hopefully be out soon, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated with any news we hear. Have a listen!

Bonus:

Alesso & Dirty South - City Of Dreams (Jakob Liedholm Do Like You Edit)

(Source: yourmusicradar.com / TropicalSoda)

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Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects - Walking Alone Feat. Eric Hecht

I’m way too tired to type this, so I’m just going to quote an anonymous source for this one to do the speaking for me:

Metallic claps, whirling synths and cataclysmic drums make the perfect bed for Erik Hecht’s heart-wrenchingly sincere vocal on which to rest. Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects have nailed this to the uplifting progressive house wall and set their banner proudly next to it for all to see. As epic as it is touchingly personal, the ‘Phazing’ label continues to go from strength to strength with this gem of track

(Source: dailytunez.com)

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Dirty South & Thomas Gold - Alive Feat. Kate Elsworth

I know I’m late on this one, but i somehow managed to skip over this house banger when I first saw it.  Luckily, I didn’t make that mistake the second time.  Dirty South & Thomas Gold bring us a classic with this one.  I know this will definitely be remembered as one of the distinctive songs of 2011.  It’s that good. 

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