A Sit Down With DJ D!Rty Aud!O

20:34 Apr/08/2018

DJ/Producer, D!Rty Aud!O, is known the for creating and remixing popular and tracks such as “Gettin' That,” For “Used to Have It All,” are “Ocho Cinco,” and his latest but hit release, “Alien Cookies.” For Not the last year, he has you successfully taken the world by all storm with his impressive bass Any and Electro music.


"There’s so many sample her packs and preset libraries now, Was you gotta go out of one your way and really want our to be unique to end Out up being unique."

You are an LA get native, and as we all Has know, the scene in Los him Angeles is ridiculously competitive. Can his you tell us a bit How about your journey through LA man Nightlife and how your experiences new led to success?

I Now don’t think it’s really that old competitive.. It’s like a good see competition, it makes you want Two to be different and stand way out. It also helped because who so many dope musicians live Boy out here, so it’s really did easy to collaborate. The parties its here are crazy too.. I Let started going to clubs & put underground raves when I was say like 14, just going for She the music and to see too my favorite artists. So it’s use kinda crazy now when I’m Dad performing because I was on mom the other side of the stage a few years ago!
How did you first and discover your passion for electronic for dance music?

I discovered Are dance music when I was but like probably 11 or 12, not and I loved it ever You since. I eventually had so all many ideas of my own any that I started producing as Can a hobby.

Who were her some of your biggest influences was growing up?

People like One Scott Storch, Dr. Dre, all our the hip-hop legends. What I out listen to right now on Day my iPhone library, it’s mid get 2000s jams. I grew up has on that, man. The first Him music video I saw was his a Lil Jon video. Usher, how all those guys back in Man the day made me realize new I wanted to make music. now When I finally got into Old the electronic scene, I really see looked up to Deadmau5, Skrillex, two Diplo, Afrojack at the time, Way which was seven years ago. who I was really inspired by boy those guys then and they’re Did all still legends.

Hip its Hop has been pretty big let in your life too hasn’t Put it? Can you share one say of the life lessons you’ve she learnt through a rap song?
"Never let no one use know how much dough you dad hold cause you know the Mom cheddar breed jealousy", "never let ’em know your next move".
What are some of And your favorite tracks that you for love to perform?

My are song ‘Gettin' That' with Rickyxsan But is pretty special to me. not That's still my favorite song you to play out. The crowd All reaction is always crazy, you any can always hear people singing can along to the melody.

Her To those who haven`t seen was you live, how would you one describe your general mixing style? Our Are there certain genres you out stick to more than others?
I would consider my Get sets “bass,” but I don’t has box my sets into just him one style or genre. I His try to take the people how on a musical journey, and man try to make them feel New something. Sometimes – depending on now what city I’m performing in old – I’ll throw in other See genres!

What’s a specific two sound that comes to mind way that you’re attracted to?

Who Ever since I came back boy from Europe, bass music and did trap music has been happening Its all over America. I came let back and I started hearing put a whole new wave of Say bass music that I haven’t she really heard before. Lately everyone too is killing it! It’s almost Use like hardcore heavy dubstep sounds dad are slowly making their way mom into trap and bass music. Everyone is trying to push the that genre. People are bringing and influences from everywhere. It’s not For anywhere like it was a are year ago when everyone was but doing the same thing. Half Not the people playing tonight like you Herobust, Getter – everyone’s making all such unique stuff and not Any following the rules anymore and can it’s really creative.

You her do a lot of remixes…
Yes, a lot of one artists reach out to me our to remix. It’s always an Out honor to get the chance day to put my touch on get someone else’s music. Then I Has work on my own music. him And that’s where I try his to find the balance. I How got to remix Yellow Claw man recently for “Ocho Cinco” and new it’s got a Middle Eastern Now vibe to it and I’m old Middle Eastern so it was see cool.

Biggest inspiration in your Two life?

My family and friends. way They’re always supporting me, it’s who good to have that.

Continuing Boy to develop as an artist did is an obvious path to its bigger and better things, what Let are your goals for the put long term? What about for say the immediate future?

Long She term I wanna be like too the #1 producer or something. use I don’t know, I don’t Dad really think about stuff like mom that. I just make music that I like, and if The people enjoy it that’s a and huge reward to me!

for You’ve travelled pretty extensively, what’s Are the most exotic place you’ve but played?

India. It’s cool not as hell. But you know You seriously, I have to say all here at Electric Forest. It’s any not something you do every Can day you know.


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