Progressive House | Dirty South ft. Joe Gil – Your Heart (Michael Brun Remix)

Posted by on May 18, 2013

Dirty South ft Joe Gil - Open Your Heart (Michael Brun Remix)Still riding high from the success of his debut album, “Speed of Life“, Dirty South has continued to assert his dominance on the dance music world with his remix of Monsta’s “Messiah”. His Phazing Records protégé, Michael Brun, gets the duty of the first official remix for the album, a fitting task for the man who’s recent collaboration with the dynamic man from down under, “Rift“, is still rocking sets worldwide.

Michael Brun takes the original melody from Dirty South and adds more oomph to it, injecting his own rolling synth chords, while maximizing the vocals from Joe Gil, a vocalist I expect to see much more of on forthcoming dance music records. Michael Brun continues to impress, and with a 3 track EP on the way on Phazing Records, his future is only getting brighter.

Beatport: Dirty South ft. Joe Gil – Your Heart (Michael Brun Remix)

Progressive House | Dirty South ft. Joe Gil – Your Heart (Michael Brun Remix) [Preview]

Posted by on May 7, 2013

Dirty South ft Joe Gil - Open Your Heart (Michael Brun Remix)

Dirty South‘s debut album “Speed Of Life” has reigned as one of the best dance music albums of the year thus far, and now it gets its first official remix from Dirty South understudy and Phazing Records signee, Michael Brun. The Haitian producer has caused quite a stir in the past year or two with stunning productions with the likes of Dirty South & Special Features, while having his tracks given the edit treatment by Dirty South & Hardwell.

Though this remix has already been released on iTunes in Australia, it never saw a worldwide release on Beatport or otherwise. Michael Brun takes the second production on the album with Joe Gil and adds extra energy, upping the ante on the melody and bass line. Michael, we are still waiting on that free track that was slated for release on 4/20…. you get sidetracked that day?

Albums, Progressive House, Review | Dirty South – Speed Of Life (Album Review)

Posted by on March 6, 2013


Serbian born, Australian native Dragan Roganovic, better known to the world for the past decade as Dirty South has finally released his debut artist album “Speed Of Life” after countless singles, EPs, collaborations and remixes. The album is where his sound is at this present moment, but it is also a culmination of everything he has done to this point and how he has evolved and grown as an artist. There is no doubt that if he had written this 2 or 5 years ago, the album would have sounded totally different, and we are grateful that he took the time to wait and mature to venture into the difficult, arduous, yet rewarding process of creating an album. The 45 minutes containing “Speed Of Life” have no wasted second, every bit has a purpose and there is no song that seems to be a filler. This carefully crafted album may leave you wishing there was more at the end, but isn’t that a good thing, or at least a whole lot better then you wishing there was less.