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Dirtybird releases ‘Heavy Heaters’ Compilation


Dirtybird is taking a listen back to some of the finest, dark gems from across the label catalogue with the release of ‘Heavy Heaters’, the 12-track compilation out now. 

The compilation features tracks from Claude VonStroke & EPROM, Justin Jay, Lubelski, Shaded, Marc Houle, BOT, GetCosy, MDE, Emery Warman, C.H.A.Y. & More.

After 17 years of releasing music, Dirtybird Records has put out an extensive range of genres and styles, including creating some of their own. Marking the label’s second compilation of 2022, ‘Heavy Heaters’ strikes a different tone than its predecessor ‘Deep Cutz’. Exploring the experimental side of techno and house music, Dirtybird has selected the edgier sounds from its catalog for ‘Heavy Heaters’, music made for a dark room, massive stage, dank warehouse or sweaty underground. 

The compilation kicks off with an exclusive, previously unreleased edit of Claude VonStroke and EPROM’s 2018 collaboration ‘Grenade’. The Detroit edit offers a shorter break and sets the tone for the compilation.

Dirtybird invites you to explore its edgier side. Whether it’s the first time your ears have heard these cuts, or you’re rediscovering old favorites, turn the lights down and turn the volume up.

We premiere the Detroit Edit on Data Transmission, check it out here and grab it here.

Dirtybird Heavy Heaters

  1. Claude VonStroke & EPROM – ‘Grenade’ (Detroit Edit)
  2. Shaded – ‘Holla Atcha Boy’
  3. Marc Houle – ‘Min And Soda’
  4. BOT – ‘You Feelin Good’
  5. Dimiz & Baley – ‘Raw Motion’
  6. Justin Jay  Don’t Trip
  7. MDE – ‘Game Over’
  8. Claude VonStroke – ‘Tiny Tambourine’
  9. Lubelski – ‘Impulse Response’
  10. GetCosy – ‘Izzo’
  11. C.H.A.Y. – ‘Telegram’
  12. Emery Warman – ‘Bonesaw’
Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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