The Dirty Code


The Dirty Code LOGOThe Dirty Code is an electronic dance music act formed in 2011. This duo of engineers from Mumbai who were previously good at juggling codes have at a very early stage earned an enviable reputation in the industry by winning the RCFA awards (Best Electronic Artist category). What started as early jamming sessions for fun turned into a passion, charging them to storm into the scene. Their distinct sounds have led them to be highly ranked in Beatport’s Top 10 Club Charts in 2013 and runner ups in One Republic’s Interscope Records remix competition. The duo is also nominated for MyFav Awards in Best House Music Artist category. With support from some of the biggies in the industry like Marcel Woods, Mr. Pit, Dinka, Cramp, David Vendetta, Flippers, and a whole bunch of banging releases lined up, they are surely the next big thing to look out for!

Major Releases

Make Some Noise (Original Mix)

Their single Make Some Noise was released on Australia’s Shabang Records in early September 2013. It was featured in Beatport Top 10 Must Hear Club Hits Chart for week 37. It also topped October 2013 Electro Charts, and was featured in Top 50 Best Electro House Music Charts of 2013 on Youtube.

Featured on ‘Beatport Top 10 Must Hear Club Hits Chart’

Beatport: Make Some Noise Original Mix

#1 on October 2013 Electro Charts on Youtube:

Featured in Top 50 Best Electro House Music Charts of 2013:

Full version on Youtube:

Regression (Original Mix)

Their Single Regression was released on Marcel Woods’ mighty 2-dutch imprint ‘Musical Madness’ in April 2012. It was featured on Marcel Woods worldwide radioshow Musical Madness.

This track won them the ‘Best Electronic Artist’ award at Radio City Freedom Awards 2013.

Featured on Marcel Woods Musical Madness:

Beatport: Regression


Ellie Goulding – Under Control (Sahil & Urvil pres. The Dirty Code Remix)

The duo has gained popularity not only by showcasing originals, but also through various bootlegs. Their bootleg of Ellie Goulding’s Under Control got massive support, including that by Proximity where it reached about 100k views in just two days. After which it was supported by countless number of channels like Official Exodus Music, Ph4 Studios, HyperMusic Tv, ENJOYchannelMUSIC, Your Edm Music Channel, UltraMusicHouse, Yankee Media, NightCore Nation, Notice Official and many more.

This track also topped November 2013 Electro Charts on Youtube.

#1 on November 2013 Electro Charts on Youtube:


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