With success comes a change of vision. With a change of vision comes a change of priorities. Eventually thrill will lead to a situation where an artist forgets why he started a project in the first place. With this in mind, Vato Gonzalez wrote the 'DIRTY HOUSE™ manifesto' in the beginning of 2007, after he founded 'DIRTY HOUSE™'. Read More
The Dirty House™ Manifesto
"It’s 2007, there is a lot of talent running free on the streets. Unsigned and unwanted big big labels with a fuckup mentality. Well I say, fuck big labels.
It’s 2007, there are to much freaking housetracks that are simply too boring to listen to. 16 minutes of crap pressed on vinyl. Well I say, fuck that.
It’s 2007 and we had enough of those freaking hippies with a ladies haircut, wearing too tight jeans whining about DIRTY HOUSE™ being too simple and too loud. Well I say, fuck hippies.
It’s 2007, and we like basslines. We like breaks, latin house, electro house, eclectic and we love DIRTY HOUSE™. We want to hear music so loud it will drive your dog crazy and the neighbours completely mad.
Give us 128 beats a minute with a solid bassline, we don’t even need to hear the bass – as long as we feel it.