The Funk Hunters Release Addictive New Single “Turn Down The Silence” Featuring DiRTY RADiO

The Funk Hunters are back with a brand new single which follows up their November 2017 single “Say Something”. This new one features DiRTY RADiO and is titled “Turn Down The Silence”. The track is beyond addicting and is one we cannot stop listening to.

The song is the first single of 2018 from the Canadian duo’s forthcoming debut album, “Typecast”, which is planned to be released on 23 March 2018. Consisting of Duncan Smith and Nick Middleton, The Funk Hunters have had a great career to date and have released official remixes for the likes of Imagine Dragons, Selena Gomez, Big Gigantic, and Gramatik. Billboard even chose their remix of Selena Gomez’s “Good For You” as one of their six best remixes.

They have teamed up with DiRTY RADiO who are a three-piece Canadian group consisting of Farshad “Shadi” Edalat, Anthony “Tonez” Dolhai, and Zachary “Waspy” Forbes. They have had a few hits in their home country and went on to win a Western Canadian Music Award in 2013 for their album “Cassette” in the category of Urban Recording of the Year. This collaboration was very much needed and is truly unforgettable.

Listen To The Funk Hunters’ New Single “Turn Down The Silence” Featuring DiRTY RADiO Here:

“Turn Down The Silence” is full of funky beats and uplifting vibes. The vocals are on point all the way through, easily conveying the spirit and the emotion of the song. The Funk Hunters easily impress with their unique sound and addicting rhythm.

The new single is available to download and stream right now, released through Westwood Recordings. Look out for our upcoming exclusive interview with The Funk Hunters, as well as our album review of “Typecast” upon its release on 23 March 2018.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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