For this week I wanted to introduce you to a couple of producers/DJ’s who are on the rise. All three of them are in some way related to the Dirtybird Records family and are currently masters of their craft in the tech house genre. They are of the moment but they are also here to stay. Their sound is fresh and at the same time will become classic once it’s been around long enough to be considered as such. Their part of the recent booty-bass, future bass, ghetto house movement and you should know who these talented men are.
This man has been on the rise for the past year or so ever since dropping his booty-shaking, ass-moving, dance floor-killer of a track “Booty Clap”. He has a banging tech-house, future bass (or as I like to call it booty bass) sound and has released songs through the likes of Cheaper Thrills Records and Dirtybird. I actually got the chance to check him out this weekend at Hard Haunted and needless to say he knows what he’s doing behind the decks. His sound translates so well on a live stage with the proper sound system and you better believe there was not a single person who wasn’t not dancing. Check out a few of his tracks below to get a feel for his sound and you’ll see what I mean when I say his songs are gonna get the dance floor going and every booty shaking.
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Ardalan is another member of the recent group of producers that are on the rise that are part of the booty-bass, future bass, ghetto house, tech house movement. He is also part of the Dirtybird extended family so his sounds is similar to Kill Frenzy’s but his tracks seem to be a bit more varied between the club and tracks that are a bit more laid back but that still have that booty shaking bass. This young resident of San Francisco has not done much in the way of original productions but his sound is quite clearly his own and he’s making a name for himself by doing it the way he wants. Check out the couple tracks below to get a feel for his sound and make sure to keep an eye on him because he definitely isn’t going anywhere.
Connect with Ardalan
And last but certainly not least please meet Nick Monaco. His recent track that he collaborated on with Kill Frenzy, titled “This1That1″ has been making it’s way into many tech-house and/Dirtybird mixes and live sets and for good reason; this track starts with repeating vocals saying “this one” and “that one” over and over with some claps and synths that don’t overpower until the bass kicks in this track loses it’s shit just like everyone will when this song drops. He is young, but just like Kill Frenzy and Ardalan, he is quickly making a name for himself with his hip-hop infused tech-house sound.
Connect with Nick Monaco