August 11th, 2008
Episode 23 of 297 episodes
Over the past 3 years, Dirty South has grown from Aussie legend to carve a prominent name for himself in the dance music industry, impressing the international circuit of DJs, media and music lovers alike with his blistering productions. His remixing credits include Depeche Mode, Mark Ronson, Tracey Thorn, Tiesto and Fedde Le Grande and with previous singles he is the recipient of 2 'Essential New Tunes' on Radio One , he is THE purveyor of Peak time mayhem. 'Let it Go' has been heating up international dance floors since the end of 2007 where it became a crossover hit in numerous territories. Over the last few months that support has taken hold in the UK, scorching the floors of our best loved underground clubs - and now fully established as a cross over anthem in the High St clubs. Originating from Axtone records, where label boss Axwell added an exceptional remix which has simply taken this package to another level. Now translating effortlessly from dance floor to radio, this iconic crowd rousing anthem complete with rock injected knarly vocals, is ready to stake claim on the UK Airwaves.