Atari Era – Dirty Girl (On The Dancefloor)

Atari Era present their newest piece in the form of this filthy electro rave anthem, ‘Dirty Girl’. With it’s mashed up vocal stabs, sirens and early dance vibes that create a real dancefloor rocker, this track is aimed at getting those fists pumping and feet stamping.

Atari Era are a ‘modern day twist on the Electro Pop Synth movement of the 80’s’. They are a UK based duo (Eddie Spreadlove and Dr.Boogie) who also produce under many different guises including the most infamous of which is the DJ, remix and production pair known by many as the Wideboys. This dynamic duo are studio masterminds who’ve been around the block once or twice in their 10 year partnership, having between them produced something in every genre from sexy, blissful UK Garage to the most banging upfront Hard Dance and written over 4000 songs under their various pseudonyms. They have together created a selection of Top 10 & Top 20 UK Chart hits and worked with the likes of Britney Spears, Liberty X, All Saints, Mauro Picotto, Utah Saints, Jenifer Lopez, Rihanna and Kylie Minogue to name a few!

Dr. Boogie (Aka Jim) has been running a full time professional recording studio since 1993 and been responsible for chart successes such as Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s ‘Power of Love’ Revamp, reaching No.6, and the follow up ‘Two Tribes’, which hit the number 15 slot. He’s also produced a stream of remixes including N-Trance, ‘Set You Free’, a No.4 chart topper. Jim has also recorded under different alias’ such as Kontakt, Vinylgroover & The Red Hed & Pier Francesco.

Eddie Spreadlove began his career running a record store, Vip Vinyl, for 8 years and has been DJing and producing for well over a decade. Alongside the music Eddie is an accomplished 3rd degree black belt martial arts instructor! Before he met Jim he was part of a 6 member studio team called Airtight which also spawned massive drum and bass acts Friction and Nu Balance. He also worked with old skool Suburban Bass producer Austin Reynolds, but when Ed called up Jim to hook up and have a studio session that’s when things really started to get hot. The boys get on incredibly well, having never had an argument and are musically at one (if only marriages lasted this long).

Track Listing:

1) Original Mix
2) Dub

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