[Release] ThreeSixty & Dirty Harris – Louka/Duende (Incl. Funkagenda Re-Edit) [Funk Farm]

Release Info

TRACK NAME: Louka/Duende

ARTIST(S): Threesixty & Dirty Harris

REMIXER(S): Funkagenda

LABEL(S): Funk Farm Records

GENRE(S): Tech House

RELEASE DATE: 24.10.2011

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Just few fays after his remix of The Experience by A-Divizion & MC Flipside on PBR Recordings, Funkagenda is back with another smashing review of this time Threesixty & Dirty Harris’ production Louka, released through his own label called Funk Farm. Highly supported by Toolroom Records, Funkagenda is the creator of Splinter and has collaborated with Adam K with very reputed Drift.
World premiered in his Essential Selection, Pete Tong played the remix of LA-based of Midnight Run by Example. It is due to be out in December, more precisely on December 4th through Ministry Of Sound Recordings.
Really experienced and highly valued inside the EDM scene, the mad Twitter guy played this summer during the MysteryLand at Haarlemmermeer in the Netherlands. Go grab your copy of his live set following the link.
Don’t forget to download the latest mixtape of Funkagenda, which is a guest mix for Roger Sanchez‘s Podcast called Release Yourself.
Finally, Funk Farm have released one month ago a nice package of Save The Robot including 2 tracks: Party People and Event Horizon.

ThreeSixty duo joined forces in the studio in late 2008 where their drive & desire to produce music has progressed them to the level they’re at today, with their own distinctive sound and style which has proven to be a big hit on dance floors the world over.
With 2 successful Brazil tours and sell out shows at Sankey‘s in Manchester (DJ Mag’s recently named ‘Best Club in the World’) under their belt, and with gigs in Ibiza, Germany, USA. India, Asia, Israel and the UK already in the pipeline over the coming months, ThreeSixty were and are firmly in demand for 2011 and are not to be missed as one of the fastest rising artists on the scene today.

2010 was an extremely productive year for Dirty Harris who burst onto the scene by remixing Funkagenda’s Afterclub for Toolroom Trax which he shortly followed up with the Nautica EP on Big Love Digital. He then went on to collaborate with Seamus Haji resulting in the vocal hit Do What We Do which was then released on Big Love too. With heavy support from the likes of Funkagenda, Mark Knight, Tiesto, Paul Thomas, Sonny Wharton, Thomas Gold and along with his relentless work ethic can only mean positive things for the future!

Threesixty & Dirty Harris – Louka (Funkagenda Re-Edit)

Threesixty & Dirty Harris – Duende

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