Underworld – Dirty Epic (Dirty Ambi Piano)


Underworld – Dirty Epic (Dirty Ambi Piano)

The deluxe 20th anniversary edition of ‘dubnobasswithmyheadman’ contains various remixes and alternate versions that have never been released, One of them is ‘Dirty Epic (Dirty Ambi Piano)’.
‘Dirty Epic (Dirty Ambi Piano)’ is a work in progress recording where the Steve Reich-esque piano were first worked in the body of the track. Stripped back, the full beauty of the piece can be clearly heard here, and its contribution to the finished track fully appreciated.

New dubnobasswithmyheadman live shows announced for 2015

Following unprecedented demand for tickets to Underworld’s 20th anniversary live performance of their dubnobasswithmyheadman album at London’s iconic Royal Festival Hall, the band announce a series of additional shows.

These unique and intimate performances will take place throughout March 2015 across UK and Europe. Each night, Underworld’s Rick Smith and Karl Hyde will perform their classic landmark work in full.

5th March                            Bristol – Colston Hall
6th March                            London – Hammersmith Apollo
12th March                          Glasgow – Royal Concert Hall
13th March                          Manchester – Albert Hall
14th March                          Gateshead – The Sage
19th March                          Paris – Casino de Paris
20th March                          Brussels – Ancienne Belgique
24th March                          Amsterdam – Paradiso
25th March                          Amsterdam – Paradiso
27th March                          Eindhoven – Klokgebouw (STRP)
28th March                          Cologne – E-Werk

Underworldlive.com members and subscribers will have the opportunity to access an exclusive 48-hour ticket pre-sale from 9am Wednesday 24th September.

Tickets go on general release from 9am Friday 26th September and links will be available via underworldlive.com/events

dubnobasswithmyheadman was hailed as a game changer on release at the start of 1994. Two decades on, it is unarguably one of the most influential British electronic records of all time – a signpost for everything from dance music’s easy relationship with festival main stages, to the radio and globe-conquering EDM phenomenon. The 20th anniversary reissue is available from 6th October. Underworld perform the album live for the first time at Royal Festival Hall on 11th October.