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A Sit Down With DJ Dirtyloud

15:40 Apr/11/2018

Fllowing the footsteps of Felguk, Eduardo & Markus, aka Dirtyloud, have been unleashing a brazilian onslaught of Electro with a wobbly slant, much to the delight of our, and Tim Healey at surfer Rosa`s ears.


"Work hard, never give up and be honest."


How did you get into making music?

It was a natural progression from playing others music, as we understood what rocked dancefloors and we wanted to make tunes that did that too!

Describe the best moment from your career til now.

The best moments we can easily say were playing in Red Rocks in Denver and in Pretoria – South Africa, by far the best energy and crowd reaction.
Tell us about the Brazilian EDM scene. What music styles are popular in Brazil, and is the scene as a whole shrinking or growing?

Here in Brazil trance used to be huge, but is no longer popular. Nowadays you can see more low bpm artists performing at parties, and people want more of it.

Is there one type of sound in EDM you are really excited about?

Drum n Bass from now and we always loved Electro House.

When did you first feel that you had finally discovered your own specific sound?

It was a combination of doing our first track as Dirtyloud and the response we received for it, and then it was when we completed the Apes From Space remix we felt we had cemented the Dirtyloud sound.
Everyone wants to be a DJ these days. Do you think it`s getting out of hand?

Absolutely not. Of course nowadays it’s harder to get your own space as a DJ, but we now have the democratization of distribution, so you can reach your public easier than in the past. Good production is another thing that really adds value to your project, because you become exclusive. Also, if people want to see you perform in their country or city, they can contact you through social networks and the internet–much simpler.

Are there other DJs from the scene that really annoy you?

No way, we know tons of people all around the world and pretty much everyone are our friends.

What other producers are you inspired by?

The electronic music scene is always changing, and we try to make our own style, like a signature. When we started Dirtyloud we were inspired by artists such as Vandalism, David Amo & Julio Navas, Jon Gurd, Dirty South, Spencer & Hill, Dabruck & Klein, Deadmau5 and fellow Brazilians, Felguk. Nowadays we don't feel as influenced by other producers we just do our sound, but we really respect and admire Skrillex, Nero, Pendulum, Rusko, Dada Life and Tommy Trash.

Whats on your mind as you're looking onto a huge crowd going crazy to your very own tracks?

I can’t think of anything, I can only feel; and let me tell you, it’s a good feeling.

Is there a final thing you would like to say to our readers?

We wanna see you guys if possible at our gigs on this tour! We appreciate your support and look out for more new music coming soon.


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