Following up last year’s launch of his own record label with the premiere release being Phazing, this year’s second sequel was recently uncovered as the Aussie icon replaced Martin Solveig on the second day of Electric Zoo Festival. Kicking off the year of 2011 with the release of his take on Coming Home that was, by many, elected as 2011’s Miami anthem, Dirty South has come to gracefully flaunt throughout the year along with the releases of his immense remixes on Airsteala and Skylar Grey’s Invisible as well as letting out his and Thomas Gold’s ground-breaking challenger of the tune of this year – Alive. The latest offering from the Los Angeles resident has surfaced and from the looks of it, it seems we’ve got another masterpiece from the producer behind anthems like Open Your Heart and Let It Go upon us. As the uplifting and utmostly dreamy vocals from Erik Hecht peerlessly enacts, the next single from Dirty South in conjunction with Those Usual Suspects is called Walking Alone and is most likely going to floor countless dance events in near future with its sweeping harmonies. As officially given an exclusive play in the Swedish House Mafia take-over of Essential Selection, Walking Alone is out now on Dirty South’s own Phazing Records!
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