Eddy M Returns to DIRTYBIRD With ‘Catching Glory’

Eddy M Returns to DIRTYBIRD With ‘Catching Glory’

Flagged by Claude VonStroke as a ‘Big Tune’ of 2020 and Supported by Solomun



Today, Eddy M charts his return to DIRTYBIRD with a fiery new single, “Catching Glory.” 

“Catching Glory” is built to cause serious damage on the floor. The tune asserts its power from the get-go, employing raw, fervent drum patterns beneath layers of psychedelic synth melodies and pitched-down vocals. Together, these elements swell into a wild climax that leaves little choice but to dance. It’s no wonder that the track has already received plenty of play from Solomun while being flagged by Claude VonStroke himself as one of the label’s biggest releases of the year.

Eddy M broke into the global dance scene in 2012 with a move to Barcelona. It wouldn’t take long before his talents were recognized by Riva Starr, who signed him to Snatch! a couple years later with one of his most successful singles to date, “Feel My Flow.” By 2015, he’d picked up his longstanding residency with elrow, which he still holds today. Outside his residency with the iconic brand, Eddy M helped close Space Ibiza with Carl Cox, has performed at festivals and clubs ranging from Mysteryland to Printworks, and on top of that runs his own imprint, Drumkit Records. He made his DIRTYBIRD debut alongside Claude VonStroke in 2019 via their Beatport chart-topper, “Getting Hot.”


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About Dirtybird

DIRTYBIRD has been dropping basslines and creating smiles on the dance-floor since January 2005. The iconic bird logo was derived from a drawing Barclay Crenshaw (aka Claude VonStroke) used to draw when he was a kid to make his little brother laugh. Since creating it, VonStroke has A&R-ed some of the most influential house music producers in the world. A short list includes Justin Martin, Catz 'n Dogz, Julio Bashmore, Riva Starr, Breach, Shiba San, Eats Everything, J Phlip, Style of Eye, Kill Frenzy, and many many more... most of whom had their very first records and even created their artist names for the label.