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Far East Movement Bridges Hip-Hop and Pop with 'Dirty Bass'

by PopMatters Staff

18 June 2012

 

POPMATTERS SPONSOR—Far East Movement made their mark on the downtown LA dance scene with a sound they label as “dirty bass”, which takes elements from hip-hop and pop equally to concoct a banging sound designed to fill dancefloors. The group released their new album Dirty Bass this past week, their first full-length since 2010’s Free Wired. Below is the video for the album’s single “Dirty Bass”, as well as number of Dirty Bass Boombox Sessions filmed recently.
  





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