Dirty South Will “Find A Way” To Revive Progressive House
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.
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