2015-02-20T12:10:26+00:00 2015-02-20T11:38:00+00:00

Born Dirty gets it right by remixing Stanton Warriors' "Loving Me Wrong" [Premiere]

Stanton Warriors, the UK bass duo who have become fixtures in the scene, celebrate their forthcoming 7th studio album, Rebel Bass, with a next track, "Loving Me Wrong". The lead single drops tomorrow on Central Station Records and further cements the two artists' influence in an ever-changing industry, an fact supported by Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, and a host of big-name outlets. To hold us over until the album's release, "Loving Me Wrong" will sport a remix EP featuring reimaginations by a handful of artists, including today's premiere of the Born Dirty rework.

If you haven't heard of Born Dirty before, the relatively new project of British artist trap artist Son of Kick and suave electronic producer Linden Jay will surely pique your interest. For their "Loving Me Wrong" remix, the two transform the track by way of running melodies that deliver a bubbling, but crisp, overture, underpinned by matched bass and drum work. While the original embarked on an impeccable, traditional UK club track, Born Dirty step it up with a uniquely crafted vision that breaks into solid electro/tech vibes. It's the perfect track for those who get a little grimy, but tinged with just the right amount of finesse. 

Grab the "Loving Me Wrong" single on iTunes, while the remix package drops March 9th on Beatport with more versions by Worthy, R3ll, Riddim Commission, and more.

 

 

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Stanton Warriors

"Loving Me Wrong" (Born Dirty Remix)

  • Central Station Records
  • 2015-03-09

 

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Dance · Electro · Exclusive · Premiere

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