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2010 was a landmark year for UK born dj and producer Dirty Harris who burst onto the scene by winning the Funkagenda – Afterclub competition for Toolroom Records. His rolling tech house rendition featured on Toolroom Trax together with the original and Riva Starr mix.
His raw, tribal tech influenced sound soon attracted various labels which included former UK dance chart No.1 artist Seamus Haji with his famous Big Love imprint. This saw the pair collaborate and produce the vocal hit ‘Do What We Do’.
Next came a 3 track EP on Leaders Of The New School along with Beatport chart success on Toolroom Records with ‘Polaris’ which featured on their ‘Best of 2010 compilation’.
2011 began with more Beatport chart action in the form of Dirty Harris & ThreeSixty – Juno. This was released on John Acquaviva’s Definitive Recordings and remixed by recent beatport No.1 artist Superskank.
Harris continued with a string of high profile releases on established labels such as Strictly Rhythm, 1605, Hotfingers and more recently Incorrect Music where the ThreeSixty & Dirty Harris ‘Brass Haus’ production remixed by James Talk, Anthony Attalla & Tonedepth, reached the top 30 in the Beatport charts.
Upcoming projects continue to come thick and fast with several tracks signed to Funk Farm and collaborations forthcoming with Matteo DiMarr, Kryder and Maquina Music label partners ThreeSixty.
The last 2 years have seen Dirty Harris take his live sets to Space & Bora Bora (Ibiza), CLub Home (AMsterdam), Pure (Jersey), Kinetik (Belfast) and Gatecrasher & RocknRolla (Birmingham). With tours in Brazil and Mexico already confirmed for 2012 proves that Dirty Harris is gaining recognition as one of the fastest rising artists in the scene today.