Such was the success of Sheldon Romero’s original release in Iberican Digital that we decided to release it again with two great remixes for vinyl lovers. Dirty things, dirty beats, dirty synths, Sexy music! Sheldon has a special touch to combine organic elements with electronic sounds. A groovy percussion loop maintains the tension of the track while the electronic rhythm creates a perfect platform for the main melody. Betty’s voice is the winner part of the track giving a sensual and sexy touch. Sheldon is beginning to make noise with is productions. Flesh on Iberican Recordings and now Dirty Things got an incredible response from the industry and Sheldon is becoming a renowned producer. On the remix side we have three heavy weights of house music scene: Family things in this release... Jorge Jaramillo from Who Da Funk, Sheldon’s cousin, is one of our guest remixes. Jorge goes for a tribalist approach to Dirty Things. He gives more presence to the percussion and uses a round deep legatoed bass. He still keeps that electro touch using a distorted variation of the main melody. Again Betty holds track’s character in this remix. Hungarian master Tommyboy one of the biggest DJ from Eastern Europe does a great job transforming Dirty Things into an electro house track with a driving percussive beat and an edgy bass line. Betty gives the melodic touch to the remix. Tommyboy has been around for a long time playing in major residencies as Pacha Budapest, the legendary Darkside, Club Home or travelling to most of the best clubs in the world. In the productions side he’s not a newcomer. Original Productions and remixes as: Eddie Amador - Rise (Budai & Tommyboy Remix) released on his label PORNOSTAR, Underworld - Born Slippy (Tommyboy Unreleased Bootleg), Deep Dish Vs The Doors - Stormy Dance (Tommyboy Remix) or his latest production for Stereo Productions Digital Tommyboy - Get So High and a bunch of really good compilations are a proof of his tireless job in the studio. Dj Mark Voxx has the original point of view on this release. He turns Dirty Things upside-down into a fantastic breakbeat intro then tuned to an Iberican Electro House anthem. Mark Voxx is a DJ and Producer from the North of Portugal. He has played at Pacha (Ofir), Vaticano Club (Barcelos), Lagar’s (Braga), Porto Sagres (Oporto), or Elektro Parade (Oporto). Nowadays, Mark Voxx divides his work attention between Djing, Production and Management on his brand new label 100 Miles Records.