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Dirtyphonics – April 17th at Voyeur – Presented by LED

WHAT: LED presents Dirtyphonics
WHEN: Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
AGE: 21+
WHERE: Voyeur
TICKETS: HERE

DIrtyphonics LED presents Voyeur

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“We don’t follow rules,” Dirtyphonics collectively admit. “We create them.”

On “Irreverence”, their forthcoming debut full-length for Dim Mak Records, the French electronic dance music quartet pens a new playbook for the genre. Merging heavy bass music, drum n’ bass, dubstep, and electro with grimy club energy, the group—Charly, Thomas, Pho, and Pitchin—can’t be pinned down. However, these pioneers wouldn’t have it any other way.

They’re just as quick to name-check Metallica and Korn as influences as they are to mention Daft Punk and Pendulum, and their beginnings were undeniably “rock ‘n’ roll”. Charly and Thomas met in 2000, while attending the same design school. They immediately began making music together. In 2004 they met Pho and jumped in the studio the next day with a boundless perspective that transmuted electro heaviness to the dance floor – Dirtyphonics was born. At the jump of 2008, they added PitchIn to the fold and expanded their collective aural palette even further.
“Most of us started by playing in metal bands,” recalls Charly. “Our sound was always meant to be powerful, high-impact, and precise. From the day we’ve started, we’ve challenged ourselves to create something new – we love to push boundaries.”

Dirtyphonics unleashed their debut single “French Fuck” on AudioPorn Records, which topped the Beatport chart reaching #1, and they instantly infiltrated the scene. Follow-up tracks “Quarks” and “Vandals” solidified the provocative outfit as a consistent game-changing entity with hyper-charged, unpredictable tempo shifts and the veritable genesis of “drumstep”.