Still on a high from remixing the vocal version of Rune RK’s ‘Teacup’ for Spinnin’ Records, Haitian Phazing protégé Michael Brun returns to remix duties to give us his take on one of the singles off Dirty South’s recent debut album, ‘Speed Of Life’.
Using his signature progressive sound scope, Brun swaps the U2-like instrumental of ‘Your Heart’ for a whirlwind of melodic leads, utilizing the soft, rock-edged vocals of Joe Gil with a crescendo of caressing synths.
Out now on iTunes.
(Worldwide release coming soon)
Fresh off unveiling ‘Until The End’ to much acclaim and with a mere week left till the release of “Speed Of Life”, Dirty South continues to keep things emotional for the album’s previously unheard second collaboration with Los Angeles singer Joe Gil, ‘Your Heart’.
Embracing a slightly calmer mindset, ‘Your Heart’ employs Gil’s heart-warming vocals to hover over light, toe-tapping synths and subtle low-end riffage, scoring yet another bull’s eye for his quite possibly most significant milestone to date.
Out March 5th.
As an undisputed master of blissful melodies, it should come as no surprise that the first single from Dirty South’s highly-anticipated debut album comes packed with emotion. Assisted by Los Angeles-based singer Joe Gil, ‘Until The End’ features as a cornerstone of the soundtrack to what has come out of Dirty South’s close to ten-year-long recording career.
Ditching the thrills of overcomplicated effects, Dirty South adds summery guitar riffs to a bed of euphoric synth rolls and Joe Gil’s haunting vocals to create what can rightly be described as a work of art.
Out March 5th as part of “Speed Of Life”.