Shiba San Returns to DIRTYBIRD with Don’t Talk EP

Shiba San Returns to DIRTYBIRD with Don’t Talk EP


Includes ‘Don’t Talk’ and ‘Moskito’

Out Friday, August 10th

Buy / Stream ‘Don’t Talk EP’ Here:

Shiba San returns to DIRTYBIRD with his Don’t Talk EP, a massive two track release that embodies the French phenomenon’s ability to seamlessly blend transatlantic styles into underground hits.

The EP features two articulately constructed beats ‘Don’t Talk’ and Moskito’. The title track leads the release with peculiar bell melodies, purring acid synths, and hissing percussion - culminating into a tune that’s as catchy as it is disorienting. Shiba San follows up with ‘Moskito’ which offers razor-edged sawtooths and whipping LFOs sure to haunt dancefloors just as its title suggests.

Over the last four years, Shiba San has garnered a reputation for himself as a tech house hero, bringing Dirtybird into European earshot as a singular label to watch with his 2014 anthem, ‘Okay’. Followed by the success of his tune ‘Burn Like Fire’, Shiba San was further launched into the global spotlight winning two awards in consecutive years for Best Underground Dance Track from the 30th and 31st International Music Awards, with his respective tracks.

The man of few words has arrived to make a big statement - Dont Talk.

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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.