Rising talent James Egbert never fails to impress with his gritty electro house basslines. The Colorado producer has shown enormous promise with songs such as “Legion” and his recent remix of Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September.” Dancing Astronaut is proud to provide the exclusive first listen to his new remix of “Dirty Bass” by Far East Movement. Egbert transforms the clubby original into some menacing electro house. As a dark acid house lead builds the tension, a provocative vocal sample emerges, before Egbert’s signature screeching synths take over. Download this track for free, along with Egbert’s remix of “September,” from his Facebook.
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