The 5 tracks lighting up Dirty Audio's Australian tour so far

The 5 tracks lighting up Dirty Audio's Australian tour so far

The LA-based producer/DJ hits NSW and WA this week.

Los Angeles-based DJ/Producer Dirty Audio has been tearing up Australian dancefloors for the past couple of weeks, coming off the back of a huge couple of years on the electronic scene. Years that have seen him racking up plays in the tens of millions, support from the likes of DJ Snake and Jack U, and label releases via Mad Decent, Dim Mak and Good Enuff to name but a few.

With the tour wrapping up this week at The Wall in SydneyPeachy Fridays in Penrith, Proud Mary's in Erina and Death Disco, Perth, we found out what's been poppin' over the past couple of v-large weekends.

Leotrix - Error

I just found this song while being on tour and it’s actually one of my favorite songs to play live now. It’s crazy how young and talented Leotrix is! Also, he lives in Australia!

AFK x Carbin - Boss

This song has been really fun to play out. I’ve been playing it all summer, and Carbin and AFK are both really cool guys!

Luude - La De Da

Shout out to Luude. Everywhere I play this people sing along.

Cardi B - Bodak Yellow (Nitti Gritti Remix)

Nitti Gritti has been crushing it lately. The drop on this remix is insane!

Dirty Audio & Rickyxsan - Gettin That (Hydraulix & Oski Remix)

This remix never gets old to me. It’s so fun to play live because of how different it is. It was an honor receiving a remix from these legends!

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