Dirty South remixes Miike Snow's "Devil's Work"

Dirty South remixes Miike Snow’s “Devil’s Work”

Phazing Records recently released the Dirty South remix of Devil’s Work from Miike Snow. The track was named “essential new tune” for Miami Music Week by Pete Tong, Dirty South’s interpretation of Devil’s Work is one of the most talked about remixes of the spring and a mainstay in the sets of the world’s finest DJs.

It’s been an amazing year for Miike Snow as they continue their sold out tour in support of of the critically acclaimed sophomore album, “Happy To You”. The band follows up an amazing performance at Coachella (they played to a record-breaking crowd of over 45,000, headlining the second stage on Saturday) with dates in Paris, Cologne and Berlin before heading to the UK for Brixton Academy London and Manchester Ritz – their largest UK shows to date.

Dirty South is perhaps the most versatile talent currently working in the dance world. In 2011 he experienced tremendous growth on all facets of his game. As a producer he produced two of last year’s biggest hits in Alive (with Thomas Gold) and Walking Alone delivered remixes which were instant global anthems with his take on Diddy Dirty Money Coming Home and Skylar Grey Invisible. In January 2012 Dirty South reunited with Thomas Gold for one of the winter’s biggest tracks, Eyes Wide Open, a track featuring Kate Elsworth.

After all the anticipation release day is finally here… it’s time to do the devil’s work.