Forget rubies on a chain, TAI ingests green gems straight from a blondes mouth! And thats just the beginning for the latest video from TAI for “Lose Yourself, which includes scenes of too many ladies to count, pyro-antics and body suits. Enough said, sit back and watch
JDEVIL, the nefarious DJ alter ego of legendary KORN frontman Jonathan Davis, has joined forces with Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie on their co-headlining “Twins of Evil” U.S. tour launching September 28. JDEVIL will perform DJ sets packed with his brand of chaotic electro-metal. This news comes on the heels of JDEVIL’s recent signing with cutting-edge label Dim Mak for the release of his debut EP (details TBA).
“I like to think of JDEVIL as the ‘anti-christ’ of EDM,” says Davis. ”To play alongside Zombie and Manson is going to be a f**king sinister night all around, and an unbelievable theatrical experience. I can’t wait.”
On August 7, prior to the kick off of the “Twins of Evil” tour, Mondo Sex Head, an album featuring new and unique remixes of Rob Zombie classics by some of today’s top producers/DJs, will be released (Universal Music Enterprises/UMe) featuring JDEVIL’s remix of White Zombie’s “Thunder Kiss ‘65” (J-Devil Number of the Beast Remix).
Davis is currently on tour under his J Devil moniker, playing own headlining dates as well as five stops with the touring Identity Festival. J Devil will also be the support act for the Marilyn Manson-Rob Zombie Twins of Evil tour beginning Sept. 29. Meanwhile, Davis has prepared a J Devil EP for release (date pending) on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label, as well as another EP by Killbot, a “supergroup” with (Nick) Sluggo and Tyler Blue.
“I started doing (electronic music) for fun. I didn’t now what was gonna happen with it,” Davis tells Billboard.com. “Making electronic music and learning to produce and learning my new instrument — laptop, I call it — has been an amazing thing. I’m learning and I’m having fun playing my own tunes. I’ve really had to re-train myself. It’s totally different than writing rock songs.” And while he acknowledges that “because I’m Jonathan from Korn, it’s a celebrity thing” when he gets behind the turntables, he’s enjoying great acceptance from his full-time peers in the EDM world — including Skrillex, Datsik, Downlink and others he invited to be part of Korn’s 2011 album, “The Path of Totality.”
TAI offers a rewarding remix package for his single “Lose Yourself” with pleasingly,jarring turns from Otomatic, Rekereke, and Payyn. All 3 remixes were hand picked winners from the TAI “Lose Yourself” Contest. In addition to his remix EP, TAI will be releasing a music video with his infamous beard shaving session.
Autoerotique releases “Roll The Drums Remix EP”, a raucous set comprised by vocals from Marissa Jack, and remixes from Felix Cartal, Clockwork and Torro Torro. The track list spells out a potent collection of “Roll The Drums” renditions that Toronto based duo should smile at.
Check out the live recording of our set from Dim Mak Studios 7/17/2012 w/ Autoerotique, Paul Chambers, Bones and Precept. Special thanks to the homie Cody at Funkworks for the soundboard recording!!! – Bass Frehley
From MTV.com: While a late evening shower may have dampened the ground at the launch of Boom, Belgium’s Tomorrowland Festival, the magic of the day wasn’t hindered by it in the very least. If anything, the 60,000 fans in attendance Friday probably welcomed the cool down.
Banging sets by Joachim Garraud & Clockwork, coupled with the ecstatic raging of a few thousand fans, turned Steve Aoki’s tented Dim Mak stage into a sauna. Of course, when rapper Lil Jon walked out and “Welcomed all the ladies and gentlemen” to Tomorrowland, before launching into “Turbulence,” mayhem ensued. And speaking of raging – notable in Aoki’s set – festival goers were treated to a brand spanking new bomber of a collab with Knife Party. Fittingly, when we left Dim Mak for the day, Indonesian rising star Angger Dimas (who revealed to MTV News that a brand new Boys Will Be Boys track with Tiësto is coming soon) had just launched into “Internet Friends.”
“From Prodigy, we learnt about performing, from Pendulum, we learnt about production…then we been putting it all back into what we’re doing” South Central
After touring with the likes of Prodigy, Pendulum and Rage Against the Machine, SOUTH CENTRAL returns to scene with a new release on Dim Mak Records, Weapons of Mass Dubstortion. In celebration of todays release, South Central and Dim Mak Records are now offering fans with a Free Download of “Freak Party”.