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Dirtyphonics' new mash-up video: parental supervision advised

00:00 Nov/30/1999

On 23rd of October Dim Mak Records released the remix EP ’Dirty’ by Dirtyphonics. It’s received loud chants and praises from sweaty ravers since Dirtyphonics has dropped it in their sets. The dubstep and drum&bass cultivating Parisians Dirtyphonics have skillfully taken elements of electro and dubstep turning them into a high-energy track.

The EP consists of 5 tracks. In addition to the original, there’s remixes from an impressive set of artist/DJs: Darth&Vader, 12th Planet, Metrik and Nicolas Malinowsky. An ecclectic bunch of producers bring vibes of, trap, dnb and electro house to the EP. Currently #245 on The Official Global DJ Rankings, Dirtyphonics themselves had this to say :

Being ‘DIRTY’ is more than dirt or sex for us. It’s a way to be yourself—whatever that means to you. Feel free and feel good. When you come to our show or listen to our music, it’s all about freeing yourself and having the time of your life. Be geeky, be sexy, be extravagant! Be ‘DIRTY’!”

They certainly took things to the next level with a video for the song, which is basically made out of clips from music videos that were probably never allowed for airing before the sun had set. There’s dirt from all the iconic figures of pop ranging from Christina Aguilera to Dizzee Rascal and Madonna. It actually seems that every song related to dirt, sex or extravaganza ever made, has been used in the making of this video – the actual list of videos used appears in the end of the three and a half minute madness. The video ends with the phrase 'to be continued', so that you'd be on your toes waiting for a new one. You’ll be asking yourself, how on earth could this video be officially released consisting entirely of copyrighted videos made by major artists. Let’s leave that aspect to the bureaucrats. As for the syncing of the visualization and the pumping dubstep track, you have to admit, the production team has done a really good job.

Check out the freshly released Dirtyphonics video for the track ’Dirty’!

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