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There is a rumbling and a growing excitement in dance music’s underground surrounding an act that is primed and ready to explode onto the scene. Little is known about Amirali but one thing is for sure: he will soon have the world at his feet and the universe in his pocket and with his debut artist EP “Beautiful World” will be released on Crosstown Rebels in January 2012.

It is rare that an artist is signed to one of the most established labels out there without a single commercial release but Amirali is bound for stardom. After Crosstown Rebels head honcho Damian Lazarus heard his material and decided to sign him up straight away to develop an artist album for Crosstown Rebels released in 2012. His sound is guaranteed to make your mouth water and your feet tap and his output is a brilliant mish mash of house, techno, funk, disco and everything in between. Think Depeche Mode jet propelled into the 22nd century whilst being chauffeured by Art Department with the Get Physical crew serving crudites.

The debut single of his career, ‘My Way’, was made the introductory tack on Damian Lazarus’ visionary compilation CD « Get Lost 4 » and is sure to shape and form the face of underground dance music as we know it. The Iranian born Amirali is currently prepping his debut album set for release on Crosstown Rebels and will follow in the footsteps of such luminaries as Deniz Kurtel, Maceo Plex and of course, Art Department. To say the sky is the limit would be an understatement and to say we are excited to hear what he comes up with next would be a massive understatement.