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| Dirty South Announces Additional Set At Electric Zoo
Dirty South Replaces Martin Solveig In The Red Bull Riverside Friday
Plays Hilltop Arena Saturday
Double the pleasure, double the fun, double the Dirty South at Electric Zoo! Dirty South is officially confirmed to play an additional set in the Red Bull Riverside on Friday, September 2, from 7:40pm - 9pm. He replaces Martin Solveig, who announced an unfortunate back injury yesterday and is postponing his U.S. dates. Dirty South is also still playing in the Hilltop Arena on Saturday, September 3, from 6:30pm - 8pm as well as the official Electric Zoo after party on Saturday night at Pacha NYC.
Dirty South at Electric Zoo Photo Credit: Scott Kowalchyk for ElectricZooFestival.com
Now with a new mix compilation, more hit remixes, and second Grammy nomination under his belt, Electric Zoo veteran Dirty South returns to put thousands of electronic dance music lovers back under his spell. It’s been an amazing ride for Dirty South, a.k.a. Dragan Roganovic, who released his first official production in 2004. An invasion of Dirty South releases and remixes followed, which instantly earned nominations, awards and accolades: “Essential New Tune” labels by the legendary Pete Tong, Grammy Award nominations in Best Remix for Kaskade’s “Sorry” and The Temper Trap’s “Sweet Disposition” (with Axwell) and more. Dirty South has joined forces with some of best producers in the world and created anthems such as “Open Your Heart” with Axwell and “How Soon Is Now” with David Guetta and Sebastian Ingrosso. And it’s no surprise that he’s remixed some of the most recognizable names in the music industry including U2, Snoop Dogg, Depeche Mode and Josh Wink. In between his heavy touring schedule of the world’s top clubs and festivals, Dirty South has always found time to do a yearly mix CD, putting his name down to compilations for labels such as Ministry Of Sound, Toolroom Records, Cr2 and SONY. As Electric Zoo fans know, last summer Dirty South released “Phazing,” one of 2010’s biggest dance anthems, which has since gone on to become a global clubbing concept reaching galactic heights.
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