Author: Tim Gauthier

Weekend Workout! Felix Cartal keeps it 100!

January 27, 2014 Tim Gauthier Music Tags: , , , , , , ,

Wow!!! 100 Episodes. Can’t believe we lasted this long. Thank you everyone for all the support and helping me grow this podcast to what it is today. Special thanks to Sung, Eric, Andrew, Natalie and Mitchell for all their behind the scenes work and of course, every single listener. Couldn’t have done it without any of you!

For this episode we compiled 5 guest mixes from Nervo, Tritonal, Deorro, John Dahlback and Jessie Andrews!! Huge thanks to them for being a part of this. To the next 100!
(via Felix Cartal)

 

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#FreeFriday Episode No. 073: Borgore feat. Waka Flocka Flame & Paige – ‘Wild Out’ (Boots N’ Pants Remix)

January 24, 2014 Tim Gauthier #FreeFriday Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Deep house is on the rise and even a label that shows a clear appreciation for high-energy electro such as Dim Mak Records wants to give us a taste. A couple relative newcomers on the US west coast electronic music circuit, Boots N’ Pants have expressed their prowess dabbling in the deep end with their remix of Borgore’s “Wild Out” featuringWaka Flocka Flame and Paige. The LA duo strip out the hip-hop components and festival-electro drop for a classic 4/4 beat with shuffling high-hats and rhythmic tom embellishments. Paige’s sensual voice compliments the verse’s ominous vibe with a couple of Waka’s lines sampled and looped, just until the deep pulsating bass lead hits your eardrum. This seems to be the first of a batch of remixes set to be released on January 28th. (via Dancing Astronaut)

 

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The Death Set – King Babies EP (Dim Mak’s 500th Release)

January 21, 2014 Tim Gauthier New Music Tags: , , ,

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DIM MAK’S 500th

Dim Mak Records celebrates a major milestone this year with the label’s 500th release with the King Babies EP from experimental art punkers The Death Set, out now. The 4-track EP features new music from the NYC-based via Australia thrashers that perfectly exemplifies their brash mix of cross-genre punk, noise, grunge, and beyond. King Babies marks a full circle for Dim Mak Records as it perfectly meshes the label’s punk rock roots and current status as a leading brand in contemporary electronic music.[/one_half_last]

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Starkillers & Tony Junior – Total Destruction

January 21, 2014 Tim Gauthier New Music Tags: , ,

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What happens when you mix Dutch DJ Tony Junior with Starkillers’ pitch bending leads, rugged bass, mind-warping FX, huge builds and drops?

“TOTAL DESTRUCTION”

U.S. talent Nick Terranova AKA Starkillers has been cutting a swathe through the bolshier end of the global house music scene with his tough-edged, eclectic sound and has released ‘Total Destruction’ with Netherlands based DJ Tony Junior out now on Dim Mak Records.

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Linkin Park & Steve Aoki – A Light That Never Comes (Remixes)

January 21, 2014 Tim Gauthier New Music Tags: , , , , , , , ,

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Keys N Krates join Vimeo’s Top 10 Videos of 2013

January 20, 2014 Tim Gauthier Video Tags: , , ,

With its long, ambiguous buildup in outer space, the opening to this video kills us. The music is bumpin’, the handclaps are going, we’re ready to go, but to where? Then BOOM! The video’s concept kicks in, and it’s grins from ear to ear. We don’t believe in guilty pleasures, but this vid is pretty sinful, and when it finishes we’re ready to press play and indulge again. Ohji definitely knows how to treat us right. (Jason Sondhi)

Check out all 10 entries here: thedailybeast.com

 

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#1 on Hype Machine: Keys N Krates – All The Time (Tove Lo Flip)

January 18, 2014 Tim Gauthier Music, News Tags: , , , , , , ,

Incase you didn’t hear, last night Keys N Krates were forced to cancel their live performance in Hollywood @ Avalon due to a low-life gaining access to their green room and stealing their laptops before they went on. KNK took to Facebook this morning to inform their fans of what happened and inadvertently announce their next single “Understand Why.” However, a little laptop debacle isn’t going to hold them back from doing what they love. This morning they leaped to that #1 spot on Hype Machine with their new track “All The Time (Tove Lo Flip)” which was premiered just a few days ago. Have a listen(above) and be sure to ‘favorite’ it to keep them at the top!

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Borgore and Waka Flocka Flame – Reddit Ask Me Anything Recap Video

January 15, 2014 Tim Gauthier Video Tags: , , , , ,

Hilarious video featuring bass music giant Borgore and hip-hop heavyweight Waka Flocka Flame opening up to their fans via a Reddit Ask Me Anything session. Waka clears up comments about Miley Cyrus and Borgore lets the fans into how he keeps the girls ‘Waka Flocking’ to him!

 

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3WEEKS. 3RELEASES. 3OKI.

January 14, 2014 Tim Gauthier Music, News Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Steve Aoki kicks off the New Year in high gear with the launch of 3OKI, a series of new music releases across three consecutive weeks to be released on Dim Mak Records.

3OKI launches with the A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES (Remixes) EP, out January 21 on Warner Bros. Records/Dim Mak Records, a collection of remixes from today’s top electronic producers of the massive hit collaboration from Aoki and Grammy-Award-winning, multi-platinum alternative rock band Linkin Park.

Next up is “Can’t Stop The Swag,” a new collaboration from Aoki and Dim Mak’s first-ever hardstyle artist Coone, out January 28. Aoki closes out 3OKI with one of his biggest tracks of recent times, joining fellow Dim Mak artist Autoerotique and powerhouse duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike for the release of “Feedback,” out February 7.

Check back on www.dimmak.com and www.steveaoki.com for previews and full streams of all these rad tracks!

3RELEASES. 3WEEKS. 3OKI.

Vato Gonzalez – Volfied Riddim

January 14, 2014 Tim Gauthier New Music Tags: , , ,

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Widely recognized as the originator of the ‘Dirty House’ movement, Vato Gonzalez is no stranger to groundbreaking club music. Following his recent Beatport smash ‘Sushi Riddim’, he now makes his Dim Mak debut with ‘Volfied Riddim’. Tired of the same old ideas and sounds, then you’ve just found your weapon of choice. ‘Volfied Riddim’ is that one record that can turn any club upside down, boasting heaps of raw & relentless energy. Earlybird support from David Guetta, Steve Aoki, Diplo, Nicky Romero, Bingo Players, W&W, The Crystal Method, Alvaro, Tommie Sunshine, Dirtyphonics, Mightyfools, and Angger Dimas indicates that this could be another big one for the original Dirty House bastard.

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FEADZ (Ed BANGER) IS BACK IN LA FOR HIS ALBUM RELEASE PARTY @ #DimMakTuesdays!

January 13, 2014 Tim Gauthier Events, Interviews Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Tomorrow evening, January 14th, we are pleased to once again have our good friends at the legendary Ed Banger Records in the house for Feadz’s album release party where he’ll be promoting his latest LP Instant Alpha. Joining Feadz on the decks will be Sydney-based tech house producer Light Year, up and coming production duo Phantoms whose self-titled EP is out now on OWSLA’s Nest, LA-based producer Mike B, and our trusty resident Bones! This isn’t the first time Feadz has brought the beats to our beloved #DimMakTuesdays – last March, he tore up the decks with Oliver Twizt and gave LA a rare taste of what he and the Ed Banger crew have been cooking up over in Paris. Recently, we had the opportunity to chat directly with Feadz before the big event tomorrow and, needless to say, this producer is one game-changing BADASS.

Enjoy an exclusive preview of Instant Alpha  (100% satisfaction guaranteed) which is now available for purchase exclusively on Beatport!

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1.     What can people expect from your set this week at #DimMakTuesdays?

I hope the unexpected.

2.     This isn’t your first time playing #DimMakTuesdays – in fact, you played here last March with Oliver Twizt! What do you think about #DimMakTuesdays?

I had a warm welcome and reaction and I love the fact that it is on a Tuesday. For me it represents people’s concern about music and not a random crowd who is going out on the weekend.

3.     You’ve been referred to as “a child of hip hop,” can you tell us some of the artists who’ve influenced your music from the beginning? How do you feel your sound has evolved throughout the years from hip hop style turntablism to more techno-sounding productions?

Public Enemy has been the major influence in my life – so much room for scratching and so much great music, pitched down or up or manipulated in extreme ways for a result that is unexpected and not regular  in a classic music eye. I think hip hop is becoming more & more techno over the years – it’s more minimal, it’s more synthetic, and I think my sound has followed the same path unconsciously.

4.     You were in a scratch band in the early 90’s, what was that like?

It was a lot of guys, of lot of smoke, a lot of sweat, and a lot of technical practice. It was great for a while.

5.     You’ve been with the legendary Ed Banger Records since 2005, how did that partnership first come about?

Paris is small and Pedro Winter has always been an influential DJ, so from my first records, I was giving them to him and he was liking my sound. As soon as he created the label, he offered to release my music.

6.     It’s been awhile since you’ve been in LA, what are you most looking forward to while being out here? What’s your take on the LA music scene?

Of course i’m looking for better weather than here, and I’m very glad to show LA the music that I consider to be the best . I feel very far from the scene, being at the Hard Festival last year in LA I couldn’t believe the amount of horrible music I heard. For a country who invented techno music, I can’t believe the direction it went in and the music that is popular out there. I’m sorry to say that but I think Americans have terrible taste when it comes to electronic music. But on the other hand, it’s never been that popular so it’s still good and I got faith on many U.S. producers who are gonna level it up.

7.     You’ve done remixes for Boys Noize, Cashmere Cat, Surkin, & Mr. Oizo to name a few. What have been some of your favorite collaborations so far?

All those mentioned here are collabs that have made me very happy . I couldn’t really choose a favorite amongst them.

8.     What’s your take on the evolution of djing and what do you see as the future of edm?

DJing is turning more and more has a producer representation. It’s a little sad that the original job of the DJ – finding great music for you to discover and dance to – is thought less of than your average entertainer (who is gonna play easy and raise his hands on every track to put you in the mood). And as I was saying, I think the music can only get better as I think it’s pretty horrible right now – just my opinion though, I’m known to be pretty critical but it’s just because it’s important to me.

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DATE:

Tuesday, January 14th

LINEUP:

Feadz (Soundcloud)
Light Year (Soundcloud)
Phantoms (Soundcloud)
Thee Mike B (Soundcloud)
Bones (Soundcloud)

ENTRY:

$5 w/ RSVP before 11 p.m. ($10 after) | RSVP to GuestList@DimMak.com (hurry because the guest list is filling up fast!)
Or purchase presale tickets here to ensure entry.

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Los Angeles is about to get BASSED with AC Slater! #NightBass

January 13, 2014 Tim Gauthier Events, Interviews Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

On January 30th, we’re kicking off the year with the launch of Night Bass, a new event series curated by the king of heavy bass house AC Slater and his Brooklyn-based record label Party Like Us. Starting January 30 at Sound Nightclub in Los Angeles, Night Bass features a diverse array of talent highlighting leaders of the U.K. bass-driven scene and caters to the night owls of the world.

Serving as Los Angeles’ best new underground event, Night Bass brings the sound that’s bubbling out of the bass bins from dark clubs and warehouses the world over direct to local audiences. Expect to hear cutting-edge house, garage, bassline, and boundary-pushing music. Together with Dim Mak, Party Like Us, and AC Slater, Night Bass brings the most unique party to Los Angeles.

For the opening event, Night Bass welcomes original Dirtybird player Christian Martin, who brings his tech-house flavor to the dance floor, along with Party Like Us label head AC Slater himself, who adds his unique spin on house and bass music. Main Course co-founder Astronomar joins the night with additional support from LA bass head Petey Clicks and local LA tastemaker Bones.
 

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1. Dim Mak: You are gearing up to present a collaborative party between Dim Mak and your label, Party Like Us. The night is being introduced as a home for cutting-edge house, garage, bassline, and more. Can you elaborate on the type of music party-goers will hear?

Think high-energy bass music with some soul. Somewhere between the big world of EDM and the underground sound of house music, that’s where Night Bass lives.

2. Describe the Party Like Us brand.

We want to share our musical influences and tastes with everyone. Party Like Us is bringing unique sounds to America on a regular basis via our releases. We want to shake things up and show music fans new sounds to keep them excited about dance music.

3. What can partygoers expect from an event thrown by Party Like Us and Dim Mak?

People can expect a well-curated night of fresh, bass-heavy house music that Party Like Us specializes in with the hype and excitement of a Dim Mak production.

4. How will Night Bass be different from any other party in the LA area?

This isn’t an event about standing and watching crazy visuals or an LED wall light up. This is about enjoying music on a nice sound system in a great atmosphere. On top of that, you will not hear a lot of this music anywhere else in LA. That’s the difference, something fresh for the city, an alternative to the norm.

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5. You will be spinning at these parties. What are some tracks that you think will set the tone for the night?

You’ll hear me play a lot of forthcoming, unreleased Party Like Us tracks as well as tunes from labels like Black Butter, Four 40 Records, Rinse, Trouble & Bass, and much more. Exciting, forward-thinking music, from uplifting vocal tracks to dark, driving bassline tunes.

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6. Fast-forward one year: You have the amazing opportunity to curate a very special Night Bass 1-Year Anniversary Party. Who are those special guest DJs that would grace the decks?

My 1-year anniversary dream line up might be:

U.K. Garage legend DJ EZ
Zinc
Claude VonStroke
Taiki & Nulight
AC Slater & Petey Clicks (B2B)

7. Anything else you want to tell your fans and friends?

Shout out to Sound and Dim Mak for helping us bring this to life. Shout out to all the Party Animals coming to get involved in the Night Bass movement every month!

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