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Dirty Mule

by Tim Scott

Dubstep rock mash-up rips up the rule book with its screaming rock guitar solo combined with dirty wobble bass and beats creating an instantly classic feel.
Genre: Electronic: Dubstep
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1. Dirty Mule (Radio Edit)
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2. Dirty Mule (Original Mix)
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Dirty Mule is the perfect mash-up of dubstep beats, wobble bass and screaming rock guitar, creating an extremely immediate feel, although darker in sonic texture than Scott’s Balearic norm it most defiantly stands it’s ground.

Style wise think Nero meets Dave Gilmour and your somewhere in the ball park.

The name comes from a drink developed by Tim and friends on nights out in the west end bars of Ibiza. The idea was to innocently add banana liqueur to the Red Bull in a standard Jägerbomb… it tastes OK but the consequences were a bit shocking so it was soon dubbed a “Dirty Mule”.

All the guitar was recorded on Jackson soloist custom guitars with EMG pick-ups though a Soldano SLO100 Head an 4x12 but I used three different ones in order to exploit the best tones for the section.

The track took about two months to write, play, record and mix which I consider quick considering the quality of the composition and production.


Written, played, recorded, produced and mixed by Tim Scott at Acer Studios in England UK and mastered by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road Studios London.

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