The pair of Miami-based producers have brought their flair for spicy sounds and tropical tones with ‘Stay Fresh’. A lively percussion-heavy offering fit for any sun-soaked dancefloor or underground nightclub, ‘Stay Fresh’ grooves with its bright rhythms and bouncy vocal chops. Dipzy and Chris Clark have crafted a sensational house heater and welcome addition to the Dirtybird catalog with ‘Stay Fresh’.
Regarding the track, Dipzy said, “Chris and I share a unique obsession with basslines that shake the studio, rumbling the literal soul (and other tenants in the surrounding space). As damaging as it was to the studio’s structural integrity, we fine tuned the low end on this track to really move the room, threw in a cacophonous soirée of percs and mod synths; topping it off with some snappy and snarky vocal chops that truly sent the track to the moon.”
Chris Clark added, “Honestly this track was us just having some fun in the studio but the second that Dipzy added his flavor, I knew it had Dirtybird written all over it.”
Miami-based house producer and multi-instrumentalist Dipzy has embraced music since he was five years old, mastering the timbales, congas, and drums at an early age thanks to his upbringing in Miami and his Cuban heritage. His first major release ‘Wobble Like’ was through Dirtybird and charted on Beatport’s Top 100 Tech House. His recent ‘Pain & Pleasure’ EP with Black V Neck saw massive success as its lead track peaked at #2 on Beatport’s Top 100 Bass House chart.
His momentum into 2022 continued with original releases on This Ain’t Bristol and Parasoul, bringing a wavy, uplifting soundtrack into the new year for house lovers everywhere. Dipzy has garnered support of major underground house players like Shiba San, Green Velvet, Solardo, Rebuke, Kyle Watson, CID, Noizu, Treasure Fingers, Steve Darko, Lucati and more.Dipzy has become a highly requested touring act, breaking out of the Miami market into other cities, and performing at Dirtybird Campout in Modesto, California in 2021.
Chris Clark was born and raised in Miami, Florida and still calls it home today. Spinning and producing has been his passion since his college years, where he majored in music business before becoming a radio DJ at Revolution 93.5. His debut track ‘Disco Shit’ charted on Traxsource within its first week of release and is still one of his most popular tracks to this day. Highlighting the afro house and tech house sounds of Miami, Clark started his own record label, Lost Minds Records.
Dipzy and Chris Clark invite the flock to shake their tail feathers with ‘Stay Fresh’ out now.