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Dirty South Will "Find A Way" To Revive Progressive House

Friday, August 28, 2015
Chris Bergin

It's been so long since I've heard any "classic" Progressive House. In 2011, Avicii's "Levels" kicked off the era of mainstream, feel-good, downright emotive Progressive House. This anthem had the unfortunate consequence of spawning thousands of cheesy club tracks, with no real soul or point. By the close of 2012, the sub-genre had become so over saturated, that finding fresh, inspirational Progressive tunes became far too time consuming; even for the seasoned Soundcloud user. Prog House stopped progressing, chords lost their meaning, and basic synthesized sounds became boring. Over the past 3 years, we've seen the rise of Big Room, heavy Trap anthems, and now Deep House; I think it's time for a Progressive resurgence. Who better to bring back passionate club anthems, than the Serbian powerhouse, Dirty South? The legendary DJ, most notable for bringing us "Walking Alone" in 2012, featured "Find A Way" in his monumental 4 hour and 44 minute set at Avalon Hollywood earlier this summer. Overall, the track exudes a hopeful, and heavily positive vibe. Make sure to catch Dirty South at EZoo in NYC this coming September, and at Omnia Nightclub in Las Vegas this Saturday! And have a listen to "Find A Way" below!

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