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Dirty Freqs are heating up the music scene, a dynamic duo that has emerged as the direct result of the blending of two talents: that of Jason Robinson and Robert Change. Together, the pair are quickly establishing themselves as in-demand remixers and producers. First united in 2006, Robinson’s rock and electronic dance background and Change’s tech-driven melodic style quickly melded to form a unique and dynamic production team that is now sought after on a global level. Dirty Freqs’ edgy productions boast heavy support by industry legends Andy Moore, Armin Van Buuren of ASOT, Richard Vission, Felli Fel of Power 106, DJ Drew from KIIS FM, Swedish Egil, Paul Oakenfold, Talla 2XLC, Johan Gielen, Christopher Lawrence, Nat Monday, Kenneth Thomas and many other DJ's worldwide. Additionally, Dirty Freqs are part of a dynamic co-production team for Richard Vission.
The popular pair have also worked recently with a number of noteworthy recording artists, all hailing from major record labels. Official remix projects include work with artists such as Three Six Mafia, Jonathan Davis of Korn, Hillary Duff, Esmee Denters, Kerri Hilson, Ida Corr, and Ryan Tedder from One Republic. Additionally, Robinson and Change co-produced Black Eyed Peas’ smash hit, “Meet Me Halfway Richard Vission Remix,” which was performed live at the 37th Annual American Music Awards. Dirty Freqs have also received major accolades for their remix of Paul Oakenfold’s, "Not Over,” featuring One Republic. Also giving support to the track is Pacha’s release, “Pacha Jackpot.” Armin Van Buuren additionally champions the sounds of Dirty Freqs, playing their remix of Talla 2XLC’s, "I Know," featuring Susana. The track created such a splash that it was featured on an episode of “A State of Trance” and also made the cut for Armada’s State of Trance Top 15 of 2008.