Author: Tim Gauthier
Young Dim Mak protégé Max Styler is on a fearless conquest across the genre spectrum.
Funkin Matt delivers his boldest track yet with the future house prize “Aero.”
Having pushed out lucrative hits in the progressive and electro house realms, Henry Fong now switches gears with a dancehall & moombah infused 100BPM number on his newest, “Drop It Down Low.”
Far East Movement squads up with Swanky Tunes for the gargantuan electro house tune “Entertain Us.”
ETC!ETC! & Bro Safari’s ragga ripper “Devil’s Lettuce” gets upgraded to beast mode by WAVO Contest Winner LO-DEF.
JDG and Samual James’ booming big room anthem “Dynasty (Mumbai)” gets a double rework and extended edit in a brand new remix package.
GLOWINTHEDARK returns to Dim Mak with the dangerously sultry ‘Stars & Moon’ EP.
Milan’s Lush & Simon and Montreal’s Paris & Simo prepare for global domination with the VIP edit of their progressive gem “NY 2 LA.”
Representing their enviably uninhibited culture, Dutch duo GLOWINTHEDARK and fellow Netherlands-bred Hasse de Moor unite for the titillating “Make It Swing.”
Lady Bee & Noise Cans’ dancehall banger “Bucka” gets treated to four remixes in this colossal package.
Lady Bee & Noise Cans’ reggae romper “Bucka” receives remix treatment from the top three finalists of its Beatport Remix Contest.
What happens next will shock you…
Dutch powerhouse GLOWINTHEDARK is back on Dim Mak with the first delivery off their forthcoming ‘Stars & Moon’ EP.
Havok Roth satiates the bass gods with his rip-roaring New Noise debut “Royalty.”
Max Styler reimagines the dubstep genre with his newest sonic soundscape “Without U”.
Romanian producer Boehm makes his label debut with the musical, midtempo number “Swallow My Pride”.
Italian phenoms Retrohandz invite you to experience a five-track ride through their Iron EP.
After setting the bar high with his Dim Mak debut “Dope,” Rain Man maintains his momentum with the crossover vocal gem “Bring Back the Summer.”
Ookay links with emergent duo YDG for the ominous trap delivery “Pop It Off.”
TIGHTTRAXX and DNNYD join forces for the bass-thumping electro anthem “All Night” featuring Hawkboy.
The mustaches have returned with a vengeance, this time offering the ragga banger “Warning.”
Autoerotique returns to Dim Mak with the highly anticipated ‘Kids Don’t Care’ EP.
LA native Dirty Audio stays true to his moniker with the electro house banger “Go Hard.”
Ahead of his forthcoming ‘Kids Don’t Care’ EP, Dim Mak mainstay Autoerotique unleashes the bass house beast “Ratchet.”
Autoerotique ups the tempo and temperature with the bass house heater “AUH”.
Angger Dimas & South Central invite you to experience the exotic speaker blaster “Drop That Low.”
Following up on his ferocious ragga-themed original “Jump & Sweat,” Garmiani returns to Dim Mak with his aptly titled “Bomb A Drop.”
Florian Picasso continues his torrid pace with the sinister electro house track “Vanguard.”
Lil Jon’s club anthem “Get Loose” receives three amplified remixes from Garmiani, WRECKVGE and Prismo.
Will Brennan’s “Smoke & Mirrors” receives a sultry remix treatment from OVO producer Eric Dingus.
Rain Man unleashes the jaw-dropping bass tune “Dope.”
Max Styler and Charlie Darker’s monstrous festival jam “D2B” gets a shot of adrenaline in the form of two standout reworks.
Dutch duo Blasterjaxx’s vocal banger “Forever” receives a remix bundle of seismic proportions.
Enough time has passed since the world was at Peak Hipster for us to look back at it as a movement, or a craze, or a meme, or whatever the fuck it was and try to take stock of what it all meant, if anything.
Taking a pause from his signature booty music sound, Reid Stefan reimagines the 1984 freestyle classic “Lookout Weekend.”
ETC!ETC! delivers monstrous energy with his Dim Mak debut EP, Wicked. Honing in on bass-heavy sounds across the spectrum, the young producer reveals his true versatility and enlists everything from Ragga-tinged vocals on “Money” and “Devil’s Lettuce,” to Arabian soundscapes on “Juicy.”
TrueAfrica.co got ahold of Noise Cans for their first veiled interview and asked questions about performing, music, food, and drinks.