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DANCE TO TIPPERARY Y- Tribe Dubstep Mix Is Big Underground Tune In USA.

Breaking news this is for sure!

Dubstep has seen a massive massive increase in popularity across the USA recently. What does that mean for Dance To Tipperary ? you may ask.

Well the very roots of Dance To Tipperary in the late 90's early millennium in London are with Y-Tribe early pioneers on the scene.

Y-Tribe produced and programmed the first two Dance To Tipperary studio albums with the groups producer/DJ Donald Leahy. When The Irish Rover stormed the Irish charts for the new millennium St.Patrick's Day celebrations, tucked away on the Irish Rover single release was a Y-Tribe Dubstep Club Mix.

In a digital world this track has made it's way onto the huge burgeoning Dubstep revival scene in the USA and the vinyl version is a much sought after rarity during the past few weeks.

Every CD single on Amazon and online stores has been fervently gobbled up by the new Dubstep community led by fast turning into superstars, DJ's like Skrillex, Smog Crew ,Bassnectar and Eos a 15 year old whizz mixer from LA.

Coincidentally Dance To Tipperary DJ SET have been preparing their own Irish Rover Remix as part of the Celtic Club Anthems-The Irish sessions- Dance To Tipperary DJ SET due out for St.Patrick's Day 2012.

Donald Leahy DJ / Producer Dance To Tipperary says "well it's a "United bass brainer" to now include the Y-Tribe Mix as part of special digital single release of The Irish Rover Bantry Bay Remix in March for St.Patrick's Day 2012. As Paul Weller so well wrote "The Public Gets What The Public Wants"

When asked if any live shows coming up Leahy smiles and says "maybe it's time to spin a few tunes and have some real excitement back"

"Bass in the shamrock for Paddy's Day 2012 and mind your step"

The Irish Rover Bantry Bay Remix and The Irish Rover - Y-tribe Club Mix will be released together as a single in March 2012 and will feature on CELTIC CLUB ANTHEMS - The Irish Sessions - Dance To Tipperary DJ SET also due to be released during March 2012.