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Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching, and LA-resident Bass Kleph has put together just over an hour of energetic love jams to get you and yours in the mood. Not a sleepy podcast by any means, Klephtomania 003 includes a number of big time Electro and Progressive House originals, remixes, and bootlegs, as well as some good groovers from the likes of Duke Dumont, Eats Everything, and Pleasurekraft. Dive into this when you break out the red roses.

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Now that DJ/producer, Bass Kleph, has settled down here in Los Angeles, he’s decided to get back to a passion of his that started back in Australia years ago — sharing music with friends and fans via radio/podcast. Starting this month, he’ll be putting together a monthly podcast titled, KLEPHTOMANIA, which will consist of live recordings, top tunes, and even submissions from fans. The kickoff is a goodie, featuring a whole lot of Electro House including Kleph’s latest single, “Make Me Forget,” our buddy TJR’s “Ode to Oi,” as well as the notorious live recording of Quintino & Sandro Silva’s “Epic” performed at The Yost in Orange County. Download below and subscribe on iTunes to get it every month.

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Have you noticed … the Australians? They’re everywhere in LA now – playing our music, drinking our beer, and loving our sunshine and palm trees. Or so recent import Bass Kleph says. One of the most established Aussie DJs on the US scene, he recently moved to LA in early 2012. Like his fellow Aussies Hook N Sling and his old flatmate Tommy Trash, Bass Kleph has taken the Aussie irreverence and humility and turned it into something the American scene has always had loved – pure, heads down fun, serious technical skill, and music that doesn’t always take itself too seriously.

But that’s not the whole story with the Kleph, as GDD has discovered. In fact, his most recent track is a rare emo moment: a number he wrote to mark the end of a long relationship. Called Make Me Forget, it’s a very personal statement: the first time he’s sung on his own tracks, and a unusually melancholy lyric for a man who’s usually a very sunny guy.

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Stu Tyson AKA Bass Kleph has recently made a big move to the United States from his native Sydney in the past few months, and the Tech House producer and label owner may have received some new inspiration since the relocation as he lays down his first-ever vocals on “Make Me Forget;” Stu’s forthcoming Big Room single due out on Vacation Records October 29th. Have a listen to the preview here first, and pick up the original along with a Bass Kleph re-edit and remixes from EC Twins and Chardy on Beatport.

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Another triple threat is hitting Avalon this Friday – as CONTROL welcomes Aussie giants the Stafford Brothers, the new LA-transplant Bass Kleph, and GDD favorite Hot Mouth to the decks. Opening the night will be big room wonderboy Sam Hiller and  a closing set from Buckeye Red. Things are gonna get festival worthy, don’t sleep on this headliner trifecta. This event will reach capacity early, so please RSVP below and arrive before doors to guarantee entry!

Please email names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted by 5PM on Friday.

Pricing:
$15 before 11pm

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After a short hiatus for the festive season, we’re back to bring you the first Dirt of 2011! Starting the year off strong, this week we’ve a fresh 14 in store, accumulating some of the hottest tracks in tropical tech, disco-house, electro and dubstep. Fear not Dirty Dancers, we will indeed be back with another helping next week. Whether it lands on a Wednesday or Saturday is up to the powers that be, but feel free to stick your oar in by voicing your thoughts on our facebook page and the comments section below.

Without further ado, it gives me great pleasure to dish The Dirt, number 22…

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