The tandem of Dirty South and Michael Brun proved great chemistry and success after Dragan’s edit of “Rise,” and the guys are finally back at it with a massive collaboration. “Rift” features Dirty South’s signature synths that have become so loved and recognizable, while Brun gives the track it’s melodic backbone. Due to be a staple track in the progressive arena — like most Phazing productions — “Rift” will be released November 26th, so your much needed dose of Dirty South is on its way.
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