Dirtybird Looks to Dipzy for Final EP of the Decade: ‘Wobble Like’


With the new year growing ever closer on the horizon, Dirtybird has squeezed one more EP into their catalog with the release of Wobble Like by Dipzy.

If you’re on the hunt for a fresh rising star in the house music realm to follow in the new year then there’s no doubt that Dipzy should be on your shortlist of artists to keep an ear tuned to. Hailing from Florida and originally living in the world of rock and metal music, he’s switched gears to dance music beats and has dropped some serious heaters on labels like My Techno Weighs A Ton and Dark Shades since breaking out on the scene in 2018.

Now, Dipzy has delivered a fantastic two-track EP on Dirtybird Records dubbed Wobble Like that closes out the decade in all the right ways. Title track “Wobble Like” brings with it an infectious beat that’s full of fun vocal chops, drums, and a bassline that is absolutely captivating. On the flipside, “Keep It Real” features spacey sounds that will have you blasting off to the cosmos when its alien-like beat kicks into high gear.

Released ahead of the jampacked New Year’s Eve celebrations throughout the country, expect both of these infectious tracks to get rinsed by tech-house artists all over for some time to come. This may be Dipzy’s debut on Dirtybird, but if he continues to churn out beats like these we’re excited to see what the future holds from him in 2020 and beyond!

Tune in to Wobble Like on Spotify below, download it on Beatport, and let us know what your thoughts on this fresh face in the scene are in the comments!

Stream Dipzy – Wobble Like on Spotify:

Dipzy – Wobble Like – Tracklist:

  1. Wobble Like
  2. Keep It Real

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