Author: Tim Gauthier
You probably already know and love Rony’s Photobooth for capturing the moments at our Dim Mak parties and other music events here in LA, but thats not all he’s been up to lately.
Music and fashion go together like PB&J. Check out this video from his recent visit to France during Paris Fashion Week.
Highlighting some of the industry’s hottest shows, coolest parties, and priceless people, not to mention gorgeous shots of Paris that will make you “jelly” that you missed it!
URB Magazine recently featured Proxy’s November 6th release, Music From the Eastblock Jungles Pt.1 in their latest, Album in Focus feature. URB describes the album as a “rare body of work that invokes the classic rhetoric and arrangements of D&B/Jungle, while maintaining one fit in the door of the current grit and grime that has encompassed the darker state of EDM in the current market.” With days away from the release, Proxy’s album is now available for pre-order on iTunes.
Read the full write up over at URB Magazine.
Have a listen below and be sure to grab your Shut Up! Remix EP on iTunes!
Check out our first installment of our newest series, Dim Mak Sundays Monthly Mix for our Sunday party at Drai’s Hollywood. Fashen is the first to cut the ribbon this month with his hour and a half mix featuring tracks from Angger Dimas, RL Grime, Zed’s Dead, Dillon Francis, Autoerotique, Daft Punk, Miike Snow, and more!
Check back every month for new episodes of this exclusive series featuring our residents Thee Mike B, DJ Metric, and Fashen.
Welcome to The Aoki Files. This is a new web series Steve Aoki is doing focusing on all the new Dim Mak artists and their releases. Every week he will interview different artists that have released a new record on Dim Mak Records. This week is Azari & III. Dim Mak Records just released in the USA the long awaited “self titled” album that has been available elsewhere. Listen to the interview and find out more about Azari & III on this episode of Aoki Files.
To all our avid Twitter followers, and frequents of the #FF shoutouts, we have adorned a whole new meaning towards this overused Friday chant-off… Presenting #FreeFriday. It’s Tuesday, which means Autoerotique’s WTF Remix Package is now available for download on iTunes. The three…
Earlier this morning Artrocker released the nominees for their second annual Artrocker Awards that will be taking place at Sebright Arms in London on December 7. We’re pleased to announce that Atari Teenage Riot made their way into two categories including International Band Of The Year and Electro Act Of The Year. You can place your vote and support Atari Teenage Riot here.
Hood Famous Music’s monthly podcast hosted by MING. The podcast features the best in todays EDM and exclusive mixes from guest artists.
“Armed with a newfound sense of liberation, over two decades’ worth of production know-how and tools, and inspiration from dance music’s bevy of new champions, MING is looking toward the musical future he always dreamed of.
“It’s exciting to hear this new sonic thing that’s happening, similar to what we had when we were mixing genres in the old days. But now it’s crossing over not just to dance kids, but to metal heads and rock people,” he says. “It’s exciting to see 18-years-olds stage-diving at dance shows. I’m inspired by the people who have done something with this genre that was considered dead. We’ve gone past the ‘everybody’s a DJ’ phase: Now people are good producers and good DJs.”
But the sweetest part of all for this musician-by-blood is just being back in the mix. “I’ve got something to say – again,” says MING. “I felt like it had been said and done. Now I have my voice back.”
1. Michael Jackson – Thriller Intro Edit
2. Pleasurekraft – Satyr Song (Original Mix) (1605)
3. Wax Motif & Neoteric – Go Deep (Will Bailey Remix) (Dim Mak Records)
4. Jake Shanahan – Tweaked (MING Remix) (Straight Up!)
5. John Dahlback – Jackal Mackson (Original Mix) (Dim Mak Records)
6. Ryan Marks – Fiji (Etc! Etc! Remix) (Party Like Us)
7. Vitalic – Stamina (Le Castle Vania Remix) (Different Recordings)
8. John Dahlback – The Trip (Original Mix) (Dim Mak Records)
9. Proxy – Shut Up (MING (VIP Mix) (Dim Mak Records) bit.ly/Xw2XpG
10. BeatauCue – Cytise (Original Mix) (Kitsune)
11. Mark Reeve – Carlito (Original Mix) (Starlight)
12. Chuckie – Together (Original Club Mix) (Cr2 Records)
13. Dirty Disco Youth – Drive (LAZRtag Remix) (Dim Mak Records)
14. Alter Ego – Rocker (Prok & Fitch Vs My Digital Enemy Remix) (Skint Records)
15. Topher Jones – Brohammer Nari (Milani Dub Remix) (Ultra Records)
16. MING – Wizard (Original Mix) (Unsigned)
17. The Knocks and Fred Falke – Geronimo (Lenno Remix) (Kitsune)
– Website: http://mingsmusic.com
– Label Site: http://www.hoodfamousmusic.com
– Facebook: http://facebook.com/mingsmusic
– Twitter: http://twitter.com/mingsmusic
– YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/mingsmusic
– Beatport: http://beatport.com/artist/ming/74517
– Podcast: http://bit.ly/JdaAxz
– Mixcloud: http://bit.ly/PoJi4n
Need a little pick me up this Tuesday afternoon? If you answered yes, then I highly suggest you take a look at Dirtyphonics official music video for their latest single, DIRTY. The music video features a collage of footage from popular music videos and film compiled into four minutes that will leave you saying, “Think DIRTY, Say DIRTY, Move DIRTY, Dance DIRTY.”
Yesterday, Felix Cartal released the biggest tease we’ve probably all encountered in awhile with his latest single, No Sleep. The single set to release December 4, features vocals from Los Angeles based singer, Natalie Angiuli.
This is the first of a mixtape series called “WEAPONS” containing feature tracks from Proxy, Haezer, Autoerotique, Blatta&Inesha, Mustard Pimp, Gtronic, Stereoheroes, Mastertrons & more. It also includes a new Vegamoore Remix and the upcoming track on Dim Mak Records…
Today, Toronto electronic group AZARI & III unleash the North American release of their self-titled debut album on Dim Mak Records featuring all the original tracks: the velvety refrains of “Reckless (With Your Love),” the creeping melancholy of “Manhooker” and the unhinged technopera of…
TAI’S new remix of Wiley, “Can You Hear Me” feat. Skepta, JME & Ms. D is featured on the singles official remix EP, which currently secures the number 3 spot on the UK song charts this week. The package is also available for purchase on iTunes, along with a free download of TAI’s instrumental remix on One More Tune Records SoundCloud.
Buy the original version of Wileys single ‘Can You Hear Me (Ayayaya) Feat Skepta, JME and Ms D from iTunes now – http://bit.ly/Q1SjHB
Congratulations to Haezer for securing the number 8 position with his latest single, Troublemaker, in this weeks Power of 5FM’s Top 40 chart. Not only is Haezer the only South African artist in the top 10, his number 8 spot beats out other popular singles including Ellie Goulding’s, ‘Anything Could Happen’ and Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’.
In other news regarding Haezer, the second installment of his Tour Diary is now available for viewing. The video diary filmed by Adiaan Louw continues with behind the scenes footage from Haezer’s The Wrong Kid Died European Tour.
Where’s the Hot Sauce?!
New York-born indy rapper/ Ford model Madison LST welcomes you to the good life for his latest visual “Give Me The World.” With models, dollars, bubbles and bottles, what more can you ask for? Directed by Magnus Jonsson and Martin Landgreve (Azealia Banks’ “Luxury”).
The new single from Proxy’s debut LP, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES PT. 1, “Junk” is a maelstrom of old-skool breaks and wailing synth-sirens, featuring a brilliant cut-up vocal sample commanding your synapses to give up and break down. This is the kind of atom-smashing cortex-ruiner that only Proxy can deliver, offering a taste of the years-in-the-making arms buildup contained on his album.
The lovely Annie Mac had taken hold of the upcoming single, and hosted an exclusive download of “Junk” on her “New Music Monday’s” channel, in conjunction with BBC Radio 1! Get the download while is lasts below:
With the release of Killbots’s latest EP, Sound Surgery, Beatport has released an official chart to tag along with it. The chart features tracks from Dirtyphonics, Schoolboy, Seven Lions, Steve Aoki, and more. The ten track charts has a great selection of new releases ranging from Drum & Bass, Electro House, and Dubstep genres.
1. Excision, Skism – SEXisM (Far Too Loud Remix)
2. Pegboard Nerds – Self Destruct
3. Killbot – Sound Surgery
4. Tiesto, Polina, Steve Aoki – Tornado (Kill The Noise Remix)
5. Prolix, MC Coppa – On Like That feat. MC Coppa
6. Seven Lions – Days to Come feat. Flora
7. Dirtyphonics – DIRTY
8. Schoolboy – Afterschock
9. State of Mind – Spastic Audio
10. Raw Theory – Meltdown
To all our avid Twitter followers, and frequents of the #FF shoutouts, we have adorned a whole new meaning towards this overused Friday chant-off… Presenting #FreeFriday. Embracing the electro genre in every way, New York based EDM producer Carlos Melange’s delivers with this new…
If you’ve never heard of Corporate Slackrs before, you’re sure not to forget them once you hear what they’ve done with their Trap Remix of the Beetroots x Aoki hit track Warp 1.9. It proved to be a crowd favorite when the boss man himself, Steve Aoki, dropped it at Dim Mak Studios at Tuesday nights party. The crowd lost their shit, not ONLY because of the surprise set by Steve Aoki, but a Trap remix of Warp 1.9…WTF?
To help you get through the rest of the work week we’re bringing you an exclusive mixtape from Dirty Disco Youth. The hour long mix features hits from Florence & The Machine, Nicky Romero, Calvin Harris, Wolfgang Gartner, and others. This series is only available on our Soundcloud so stream it, download, share it, or do whatever your heart desires just make sure to check this mix out.
1. John Dahlback – Panic
2. Justin Prime – Revolt
3. Wolfgang Gartner – Love & War
4. Florence & The Machine – Spectrum (Calvin Harris Extended Remix)
5. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove (Dada Life Remix)
6. DIRTY DISCO YOUTH – SINGAPORE
7. Nicky Romero & Calvin Harris – Iron (Dyro Remix)
8. Trampboat & Soulero – Killer
9. Moby – Extreme Ways (Moguai Remix)
10. DIRTY DISCO YOUTH – THREE OH THREE
11. Swedish House Mafia – Don’t You Worry Child (Dave Silcox Bootleg)
12. Cedric Gervais – Molly (Quintino Remix)
13. DIRTY DISCO YOUTH – HEY!
14. Big Chocolate – Blue Milk
Thanks to South Central for letting us use their new tune!
Teef runs wild and spazzes out in McDonalds when the Dub Step joint ‘Jaw Drop’ kicks in! Look out for the counter-grind, him slipping across the floor and landing arse-first on the ‘wet floor’ cone all before being chased out!
Jaw Drop is out November 13th as part of the Hollywood EP on Dim Mak Records, look out for that!
Over 75% of an average American’s exercise now comes from drunkenly dancing, stealing street signs, and carrying home passed-out friends. Let’s party!
Internationally revered triple-threat director, singer, songwriter Yoann Lemoine, known by the alias Woodkid, makes his Los Angeles debut. Lemoine is one of today’s most sought after and respected visual artists; The Wall Street Journal has praised Woodkid’s live performances…
This past July, we released Peace Treaty’s, “In Time” featuring vocals by Anabel Englund, which proved to be a favorite among fans. If you loved the song just as much as we did, here’s your chance to remix the beautiful track with the latest Beatport Play contest.
One lucky winner will have their remixed track released by Dim Mak on an official remix package alongside Booka Shade, Atari Teenage Riot, Datsik, Steve Aoki, Dirty Disco Youth, and many more. It doesn’t just stop there, the lucky winner will also win a FXpansion DCAM: Synth Squad and Tremor, $500 worth of Ambig clothing, 1 year digital subscription to Future Music and Computer Music Magazine, and more! Get your tracks in before November 5 for your chance to win!
King of punk rock dance music Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, better known as THE BLOODY BEETROOTS, blazed this summer with his single “Rocksteady”. Now, Rifo has joined forces with Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Greta Svabo Bech to deliver the stunning new…
Official music video here—and a free download for your EDM culture loving ass. Autoerotique’s “WTF” remix EP dropped today via friends at Dim Mak. The EP comes with two remixes, one from VCO, which you can download below, and a Damaged Goods remix. Tip of the hat to Keith Robertson & David “Dave” Henderson (that’s Autoerotique) and Dim Mak for another great release. If you’re with us on that, you can pick up the EP via Beatport here.
Autoerotique – WTF Remixes, out today world-wide through Dim Mak Records
Download from iTunes: http://bit.ly/QSp5Wr
Download from Beatport: http://btprt.dj/QSpcS7
Listen on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/VmhiCo
With the Scanners preparing for their upcoming album release next year, live shows are limited for the indie band. Art Rocker writer, Natasha Grant recently reviewed one of the bands recent shows at the Scala in London, describing the performance as feeling fueled by the bands, “enchanting vocals and a captivating stage presence.” Stay on the look out for more to come from Scanners.
Click here to read the full article.
With Steve Aoki’s birthday bash just around the corner, we’re giving away 4 pairs of tickets to the celebration at the Shrine in Los Angeles. There is no reason to miss this with Dirtyphonics and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike flying in from overseas to join in on the fun. Birthdays only roll around once a year and we’re giving you a chance to your way in. It’s as easy filling out the form below… So don’t wait around you could be the next winner! Good Luck!
Tickets are also available for purchase: http://bit.ly/MuOLKj
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Call 911! Steve Aoki is back at it again, and this time he’s brought some dangerous friends for brand new remixes of “Emergency” feat. Lil Jon & Chiddy Bang. Featuring remixes from Laidback Luke, Green Lantern, Villains, Clockwork, and Terravita, get some relief and buy the full package available on all fine digital music stores starting today.
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If you’ve been on iTunes today you may have taken note of two of our latest releases from Killbot and The Dirtyphonics in the “New & Noteworthy” dance section. If that wasn’t enough Killbot currently holds the number 2 spot for dance albums. Thank you guys for making this happen, we couldn’t have done this with out your support!
It’s Tuesday, which means Autoerotique’s WTF Remix EP is now available for download on iTunes. The three track EP features remixes from Damaged Goods, the winner of our WTF remix contest along with Los Angeles based duo, VCO ( Matzerath and Bais Haus). This EP is as solid as they come, so make sure to pick this one up for your music library.
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This past Tuesday on October 16 the Dim Mak family and friends came together to celebrate our Marketing Director, Bryan “B!” Linares’s birthday. We wanted to bring back the good ol’ Cinespace days we all remembered so fondly in honor of his special day. DMS was almost a mirror image to Cinespace that night – which brought you some of the newest talent every Tuesday including artists such as Lady GaGa, DJ AM, Justice, Kanye West and others.
We brought back the Hollywood Blvd. entrance, replicating the old days to help bring a more intimate setting to the club (which we’ve decided to bring back every Tuesday from now on.) Dan Oh, Them Jeans, and Pase Rock took the stage with old school hits that you wouldn’t hear in clubs today including throwback hip hop, electro, and indie. If i remember correctly I definitely heard old tracks from Mr.Oizo in the mix, who took the stage a few times at Cinespace.
Last but not least, we didn’t let B! get away with out our infamous birthday caking, to show how much we all appreciate him. I mean what’s a birthday with out a face full of cake, right? LOL. Overall Tuesday was a great time that felt more like a house party more anything with great music, friends, and lots of drinks. Check out our album on our Facebook from the night in case you don’t remember much or didn’t make it out to this night of nostalgia.
The electronic dance music collective featuring JDevil (aka Jonathan Davis of Korn), Sluggo and Tyler Blue stands ready to terminate everything in its path. Fusing together dubstep anarchy, heavy metal precision and JDevil’s immortal voice, the trio engages a new phase for destructive…
Last week we informed you guys about new remix tracks from Dirtyphonics, now their upcoming remix EP is available for pre-order on iTunes. The Dirty EP features the original track along with remixes by 12th Planet, Metrik, Nicolas Malinowsky and Darth & Vader. Get your pre-order today, to ensure you have these tracks October 23. You can also check out the original track on UKF Dubstep’s Youtube channel.
To all our avid Twitter followers, and frequents of the #FF shoutouts, we have adorned a whole new meaning towards this overused Friday chant-off… Presenting #FreeFriday.
It’s about that time again for another, #FreeFriday download. A few days ago we brought you guys Proxy – Shut Up!, and this weeks choice for #FreeFriday is a bonus track that wasn’t included. Enjoy!
Listen to the original and remixes put out earlier this week and get more info here.
Azari & III made a huge splash overseas in 2011 with their self titled dance album. After recently signing to Dim Mak we’re bringing this 11 track record to the U.S. on October 30. This dance record features some of their best-selling singles including Reckless With Your Love, Hungry For The Power, Indigo, and others. The album has an early 90’s vibe that will have you all dancing the night away before you know it. The album is now available for preview and pre-order on iTunes before its release at the end of this month.
South Central are the certified badboys of the Bass Music scene. Having toured with The Prodigy and Pendulum, remixed DJ Fresh, Nero and Drumsound & Bassline Smith, and had their music hammered by Knife Party, Kill The Noise and Mistajam, they are rightfully held as one of the most unruly and uncompromising production outfits on the planet. Their last EP had dance floors shaking across the globe with an infectious combination of electro, rock and dubstep – a sound the duo have dubbed Rocktronica.
The ‘Hollywood’ EP promises to be even bigger, bolder and brasher. Overflowing with bass-fuelled energy and a “fuck it” attitude, it’s the perfect combination for release on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Recordings. The titles indicate exactly where the listener is heading, with the brutal universe slaying riffs present on ‘Star Wars’ indicative of the cinematic approach to the production.
An apocalyptic intro utilises the voice of Jeff Fairchild, renowned for his work on movie trailer voiceovers, before unleashing a monstrous drop. It’s then interspersed with a flurry of panoramic snippets of film score aping moments – think what would happen if Justice, Rusko and Pendulum suddenly wrestled sound-tracking duties to the latest blockbuster from John Williams.
‘Jaw Drop’ sees the duo facing off against the vocals of lead singer of The Blackout, Sean Smith, pitting the punk’s shrieks against a relentless and warped jackhammer synth. Things continue in the savage vein on ‘Armageddon’, which although again an exercise in ear drum shattering sonics manages to somehow retain a funky allure throughout.
‘Bass Monster’ pares the vibe back slightly from the off but the pause is temporary, the slower build swiftly incorporating a siren before exploding into action. This is powerful bass music designed to leave nightclubs, festival tents and warehouses reeling from South Central’s killer blows.
The duo’s words sum up the approach for the EP perfectly: “We wanted to write a batch of trax that when you hear ’em in a festival or in a club it reminds you of the thrill you get when you see epic movies, like with the intro for star wars. We want to recreate that in our DJ sets as well; this full on experience of sound.”
This relentless mandate sees them take an eighteen date tour across the globe this autumn, celebrating the EP across nine different countries. There are also two dates slotted in supporting chart topping sensation DJ Fresh on his live tour, further augmenting South Central’s reputation as rave troubadours of the highest calibre.
The dates will showcase their ability to weld stadium slaying sonics to their uncompromising musical stance, an aesthetic grounded in the realities of today’s thirsty bass hedonists looking for the next aural rush. The Hollywood EP is evidence that, right now, few are better placed to deliver it than South Central.
See them on tour, setting their paces towards Hollywood, with a 16+ stop European tour with DJ Fresh and special guests…
Dim Mak Live will be giving away a pair of tickets to The Faint at The Fonda Theatre, November 18. The Faint will be performing a full album set of their acclaimed LP, Danse Macabre. Support will come from Trust & Casket Girls.
Tickets are available for purchase via Ticketmaster.
Killbot has has done it again with their latest Sound Surgery EP. This release will be the first from Killbot; a collaboration between Sluggo, Tyler Blue, and JDevil, formed early this year. Be on the watch for the public debut of Sound Surgery, on both Beatport and iTunes Oct. 22nd.
Now at the close of the year the rock ‘n’ roll star of the electronic world, Dim Mak label boss Steve Aoki, is pleased to announce the release of his first official app, #AOKIFY. Released today, October 18th, this free app is available now on iPhone and iPad devices (Android coming soon).
Over the last few months Haezer traveled through out Europe for his latest tour. In his new Tour Diary on YouTube, he’s giving you all a glimpse into his life on and off the stage. Check out the first video on our YouTube channel of this weekly series and stay tuned for more to come.
“This is my latest mixtape exclusively for DIM MAK including some unreleased mashups i’ve made recently, tracks off my new E.P ‘The Wrong Kid Died’ and some essential bangers i’ve been dropping lately. enjoy!” – HAEZER
Mongoose vs Steve Aoki/Afrojack – Effed up Mongoose(HAEZER mashup)
J-Trick, Reece Low vs Ramones – I’m so punk(HAEZER mashup)
L.A Style vs HAEZER vs Tumi – Rubbernecker is dead(HAEZER mashup)
Gtronic feat. Tumi – Suckerpunch(HAEZER’s trouble mashup)
Les Petits Pilous – Drop It(Just Banana remix)
Misha Mind – Brand the Mind(Fukk Up! remix)
SebastiAn vs Jelo – Siberia Overdrive(HAEZER mashup)
Tom Deluxx – Save Us feat Notorious B.I.G(HAEZER mashup)
HAEZER – Stars feat. Circe
Dog Blood – Next Order
SebastiAn vs Hey Today – Watch me nerve(HAEZER mashup)
HAEZER – Fire Walk With Me
HAEZER – Melody Feat Mike Zietsman
HAEZER – Crank It feat. Francois van Coke
This morning Filter Magazine took New Ivory’s recent release of All Around Me a step further and premiered the music video.
The video displays the London based band behind the scenes, hanging out, on stage, rocking out, and much more swapping between color and black and white footage. Filter describes the track as ” hard-hitting” and goes on to say the video is able to capture the trio “rocking out in their own intimate world.”
View the full feature on Filter Magazine here.
We’d like to take a moment to introduce our good friend, Dabeull, side project of French beat-maker David Said, most recent work “Love Trap”. The track plays out an impeccable bounce and clap to lock you into a romantic thrill. We are honored to showcase this tightly cut ballad, and cant wait to hear more from Dabeull.
Upon arriving to DMS for the Official Phat Brahms Release Party, there was a line around the block just as I thought there would be. Leading up to the night there was a ton of buzz on social media and blogs in regard to Tomorrowland’s Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. The Tomorrowland festival that takes place in their native country Belgium has resulted in a huge buzz around their high-energy sets.
The duo seemed to bring a piece of their native homeland to DMS. The two transformed the club atmosphere, creating an energy that would only occur at larger festivals such as EDC or Tomorrowland. One of my favorite aspects of DJ sets is the interaction between the crowd and DJ, and this particular Tuesday night was one of the more intense sets I’ve been able to witness in person.
Within the hour-long set, they played their new track Madness feat Lil Jon & Coone, which generated a surge of intensity from the crowd. The set also included a fair amount of remixed pop songs from Alvin Risk and others allowing the crowd to sing along while dancing the night away. The duo closed their set with the night’s honorary track, Phat Brahms, a collaboration between Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike bringing the crowd’s energy level to an extraordinary high. To say the least I left DMS that night feeling great about our recent release, Phat Brahms. I would defiantly pick this track up if you want your next party to get out of control. 😉
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have created a reputation for stirring up the crowd with their high energy sets and recent releases. After the success of their recent release Phat Brahms, a collaboration track from Angger Dimas, Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike– they’re ready to release another big track at the end of next month.
“Madness”, featuring the duo, Coone and Lil Jon is set to release early 2013 on Dim Mak Records. The track is great mixture of hardstyle and house mixed in with a tad of crunk.
To get you all excited for this epic track Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have prepared a preview with behind the scenes footage from EDC & Tomorrowland. Enjoy!
If you don’t have the original track the original version is available on iTunes now.
Wax Motif & Neoteric unleash an excitable release today “Go Deep”, which Waxxy has described as “deeply pleasureable”. The collaboration is groove struck, house track with disco drips here and there. The “Go Deep” package includes a heft list of remixes from Keith & Supabeatz, Gingy, Astronomar, Maxxi Soundsystem, Torro Torro and Will Bailey.
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Dim Mak is proud to release the next installment off Proxy’s line of “MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES”, with this single premiere; “Shut Up”.
“Shut Up!” is packed with a brutal hip-hop vocal decrying mainstream pop laid out over the bluntest of beats, armed with weapons-grade bass and PROXY’s trademark, dread-inspiring atmospherics. The track will be accompanied with remixes from Dim Mak label mates GTRONIC and VCO. Belgian titan GTRONIC lends his heavy bass trash sound for a grinding rendition of “Shut Up!” crammed with low-end intensity. Los Angeles-based duo VCO rework “Shut Up!” into a techno-house frenzy. Closing out the release, rising Canadian star John Roman uncovers the pitch-black soul of “Shut Up!” and lets it unfold over six minutes of malevolent techno, while Belgian house duo Sound of Stereo unleash an equally dark and fully loaded house remake.
“An aggressively belligerent and totally dope single off the new album, dripping with raw, spirited hip-hop swagger” – VIBE
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British Indie trio New Ivory release new single “All Around Me”, a energetic blend of guitar riffs, pulsing bass line and a contagious chorus “Do you want to feel that way again?”. Be sure to keep New Ivory on your radar for tomorrow because Filter Magazine will premiere the music video for “All Around Me”.
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