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We got quite the assortment of tunes to carry you into the weekend right here. Courtesy of Yung TOKS and myself, Burn Unit, here’s a ten track grab bag that has a little bit of everything for just about any situation you might find yourself in this weekend as we leave January behind and continue to barrel head first into 2013. Some disco, deep house, booty bass, some off-kilter hip-hop infused dubstep, The Dirt #104 is your one-stop shop for your weekend soundtrack!

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Without a doubt, Body Work has rapidly become one of my favorite imprints out there, and the next piece of gold being uncovered is the upcoming 1983 EP from the Paraguayan trio, LPZ — due out on May 7th. This release sees 3 original tracks, each with their own very original sound. The title track ’1983′ takes on influences from Detroit and Chicago and truly is an instant jackin’ anthem. ‘Mafia (Dub)’ then takes the listener down deep, providing for that much needed late night dancefloor roller. Finally, we culminate with ‘Snake & Butterfish,’ which makes you feel like you’re walking through a Saudi market on a head full of acid in slow motion. Yes, it’s like that. √+ for the whole EP. Stream the first two track and download the third after the jump. Continue Reading