Dirty Digital

Dirty Digital

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Dirty Digital is what the name suggests. It is a manicure over bitten nails and the hottest kicks with dingy jeans. Dirty Digital is a swagger, and most of all a music making duo that got bored with the “run of the mill”, switched up their style, and created a new sound.

Biography

In hopes of breaking the monotony that has taken hold of Hip Hop music, Silence and Qwazaar both donned lab coats to not only make a new sound, but to create a world within a world. Packing not much more than their own ways and dreams, they created their own planet and dubbed it Dirty Digital.

Dirty Digital is what the name suggests. It is a manicure over bitten nails and the hottest kicks with dingy jeans. Dirty Digital is a swagger, and most of all a music making duo that got bored with the “run of the mill”, switched up their style, and created a new sound. That new sound exists at the intersection of Dance, Industrial, and Hip Hop sensibilities. It is for those that don’t worry about what they look like dancing. It’s for those not trying to live, but the ones already living.

“I was bored. I felt it was time for something new,” says Qwazaar who has long been a staple of Chicago’s rich Hip Hop scene as a solo artist and member of Typical Cats. “I wanted to perform on different stages, and to crowds made up of different people, I want to see people just letting loose without inhibitions. That’s who this is for, and that mentality is at the heart of our music.”

Dirty Digital has been slowly infiltrating Chicago’s club and Hip Hop over the past year. Their reputation and buzz continued to grow as they rocked unsuspecting crowd after unsuspecting crowd. Their live show has continually evolved, and utilizes both visual and audio elements to take the crowds out of the venue, and place them in Dirty Digital’s world.

Dirty Digital’s world is further opened on their newly released maxi-single. The three-track project is a perfect introduction to the group, and just the thing to make fans hungry for more. Each song displays a different side of their music, and when looked at as a whole, paints a full picture of Dirty Digital.

Discography

Sodapopinski
On “Sodapopinsky” Qwazaar is joined by G.O.O.D Music’s G.L.C. The result is a gritty-industrial style track in which both Qwazaar and G.L.C. exercise their G.

Madonna
On “Madonna,” Qwa and Silence ask fans to turn them up and let the music bang over a beat that stretches tempos and is accentuated by hypnotizing boom bap feel.

Tila
On “Tila,” the true message of the group is revealed. The song starts with Qwazaar and Slience rapping, “Do that one more time for me, shine homie shine homie, no need to worry the sun’s come out today.” The track serves as an anthem for individual expression and creativity, as they continue, “I’m gonna do my own thing.”