Dirty South played his mix of “Embrace” at EDC NY and we were immediately drawn to its happy vibe. During festivals songs often blend together but there are always a few that stick out and this was one of them. The vocal cut combined with typical progressive house synths make for an addictive track and one that will surely make waves across the festival circuit. Although so much progressive house sounds eerily similar lately, Dirty South seems to have a way with the genre — somehow making the now boring formula interesting.
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