Dirty South wants Anthony Kiedis and Jimmy Page collaboration
DJ and producer Dirty South would love to collaborate with Anthony Kiedis and Jimmy Page, even though he admits their music is completely different from his own
Dirty South wants to collaborate with Anthony Kiedis and Jimmy Page.
The 37-year-old DJ and producer - whose real name is Dragan Roganović - admits that their styles of music are extremely different from his own but would love to work with them so that he can try out something new.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I've always been a huge fan of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I've love to work with Anthony Kiedis, maybe not on a house track but on some type of project. I love his vibe.
"And Jimmy Page is one of the greatest guitarists of all time. It would be great to work with him on something orchestral or for a film, something completely different from what I do.
"Also I like to work with people who make different music from my own, like indie bands."
Dirty South will be performing at Creamfields UK this weekend and says it is one of his favourites because of the "energy" from the crowd.
He explained: "It's a special festival, it's something to do with the crowd. It gets better every year. They're really up for it and educated when it comes to dance music. Festivals are all about energy, and playing to a crowd like that allows you to experiment."
Although Dirty South had been planning a new album, he has now decided to release a number of singles instead because he believes people have a short attention span these days.
He said: "Right now I'm working on new singles. I've recently released two and I'll drop two more tracks by the end of the year.
"I did say I was working on the album but I think it's going to be more singles. I think people have a short attention span and working on the album is taking too long, I would have to be absent for a while.
"Also if I release an album, some of the tracks might not get the love they deserve. If you make 10 tracks, they're all your babies and you want people to get the chance to hear them."
For Creamfields UK tickets and information, go to www.creamfields.com