Dirty South announces birth of new radio show, ‘Drift Radio’
Serbian-Australian DJ and producer Dragan Roganovic, better known as Dirty South, is hands-down one of the most talented people the house music scene has produced. Boasting collaborations with other house music legends such as David Guetta, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso, and many others, not to mention countless originals and remixes for U2, Nero, Miike Snow to mention a few. It is definitely safe to say the 37-year-old mastermind is well deserving of that title. Some of his recent releases include All Of Us and Just Dream, two of the tracks in his third upcoming studio album, which will be coming out on his own imprint Phazing Records.
Older fans of house music will remember the days when Dirty South and Phazing Records hosted their own monthly radio show, called Phazing Radio. The show had come to an end in 2012, leaving many fans, including myself, very disappointed. However, almost 4 years later, it looks like the Australian DJ has re-birthed the concept a few days ago, teasing the artwork for his new show, “Drift Radio”. The radio show artwork features his iconic “d” logo in cement and dripping with tar, and is debuting this Friday on October 14th.