- 1. Spektrum - Robocops and Filpflops (Filthy Dukes Remix) 6.28 718 plays
- 2. Daniel Avery & The Deadstock 33s - Eric Zann (Filthy Dukes Remix) - Gomma 5.55 584 plays
- 3. Jonquil - Run (Filthy Dukes Remix) 6.59 442 plays
- 4. Native Tongue - Read Lips (Filthy Dukes Remix) 6.54 548 plays
- 1. Filthy Dukes - Machine Clap 5.20 1557 plays
- 2. Filthy Dukes - Forecast 5.29 972 plays
- 3. Filthy Dukes - Animals 6.00 1082 plays
- 4. Filthy Dukes - Forecast (Visions Of Trees Re-Imagination) 4.04 873 plays
After releasing a critically acclaimed album and touring the world as a live act the Filthy Dukes then went underground. Disenchanted with the music scene they decided to go back to their roots as record collectors, thirsty to reignite their passion for house & techno.
On a quest to discover the best dance floors, record shops and secret parties they have spent the last year creating a new sound.
Taking inspiration from the music they discovered and having no regard for genre or labels a new chapter has began. Smarter, more honest and more exciting.
Here with a taster of what is to come is the dark brooding house track ‘Time To Let Go’
A new 4 track ep is set for release on 7th May. A glimpse of what's to come. 4 tracks which although different share a style and new sound.
Filthy Dukes also released Beat The Break on the new 'Southern Fried and Tested' compilation with support from Annie Mac, Rob Da Bank, Brodinski, Boy 8 Bit to name a few.
They have recently produced remixes for The 2 Bears, Justin Robertson and Daniel Avery new single on Gomma, James Welsh on the 'join Our Club' label and Native Tounge.
Filthy Dukes are first and foremost djs who know how to work any dancefloor, with huge knowledge and vast record collections, their left field house and techno sets have been igniting dancefloors in Europe's most discerning clubs for years.