Dirtybird’s vetted collaborator Will Clarke gives Becky Hill’s ‘Unpredictable’ a deserved heaven-sent reworking
Two years ago, UK native and house music heavyweight Will Clarke made his debut on the Dirtybird imprint. Just as the label was celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Claude & co. welcomed Clarke as the newest addition to the nest, debuting his track “Badness” on the Dirtybird 10 compilation album.
But with Clarke’s flocking to the nest came a new kind of auditory element amongst the flock. Echoing the bass-centric style of his home of Bristol and emulating the technical craft he garnered while at a residency in Ibiza was an artist with a unique modus operandi — making his Dirtybird-induction all the more perfect.
Today, Clarke has a number of Dirtybird collaborations under his belt. True to the aura of the imprint and the other labels under which he’s released is an artist with a consistently-evolving collection of house and bass. In his latest release, a reworking of Becky Hill‘s”Unpredictable,” Clarke presents a telling testament to his ever-changing style by turning down the vocals and letting the bass do the work.