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June 2, 2023
June 2, 2023
Dutch producer Mau P is turning up the heat! Coming hot off two EDMA (Electronic Dance Music Award) wins for House Song of The Year and Dance Song Of The Year for his breakthrough mega-hit “Drugs From Amsterdam,” Mau P is currently house music’s latest and greatest rising star. His energetic mix of techno and house has created a major impact on the entire electronic scene in a very short amount of time. Quickly building a banger-filled discography, Mau P has just shared his latest highly anticipated single, “Your Mind Is Dirty” out now via John Summit’s Off The Grid record label.
In true Mau P fashion, “Your Mind Is Dirty” is sultry and deep. It fuels those late nights and has one of the most satisfying drops I’ve heard in a while. The driving techno beat is absolutely hypnotic and seductive. The track has been a staple to Mau P’s recent sets and has been going viral on social media for its unmistakable moaning sample.
Of the release, Mau P shared:
“One day I woke up and I had this idea of using the sound of people having sex as a buildup for a song, so I started to experiment with it in the studio. I combined a bit heavier Mau P techno sound with a girl moaning louder and louder until she reaches orgasm. I love how people get triggered by it. At first it was a little awkward on the dancefloor when I played it but after a few times we have all given in and it feels like the song has broken another boundary.”-Mau P
While his previous singles like “Drugs From Amsterdam” and “Gimme That Bounce” did set the bar high, Mau P has just proven things will only go higher and get hotter from here. With unwavering support from other industry heavyweights like Calvin Harris, Fisher, Dom Dolla, John Summit, Tiësto, and more, Mau P is cementing his position in the next generation of house music icons. “Your Mind Is Dirty” is unquestionably another massive hit for this rising star.
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