Author: Tim Gauthier
The Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77’s tour manager and photographer has a blog.
Two of the most important people in dance music, Steve Aoki and Armand Van Helden concocted the frenetic, peak-hour soundscape that sets the tempo for Ace Norton’s dystopian nightmare rife with metaphor.
This time no playlist because we are organizing a small contest out of it. The 1st to find out the playlist will WIN a MP shirt,stickers and a surprise gift!
For your information, the mixtape contains 34 tracks.Some are easy to find,some other will give you a bit more challenge. Please post your playlist submission to the comments
Freegums & Dim Mak have come together again to bring you the big brother/small brother collaborative pin that has revolutionized the standard approval rating system. Whether you need to booooo a lousy band or let Stacey from preschool know you still want to be friends, you can put your thumbs to rest and bring your pins to the test.
This past Sunday, as MTV hosted the VMAs, San Diego hosted the SDMA’s where All Leather found itself winning Best Hard Rock album for “When I Grow Up I Wanna Fuck Like a Girl”! All Leather also has a humanitarian side while they’re not tearin’ you a new one on the dancefloor! Paying tribute to a rock legend, they’ve collaborated with various artists from Duran Duran and Warpaint to Chairlift, Afghan Raiders, Jessica 6 as well as Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros. Available now on the Itunes store, all proceeds will go to benefit War Children, a nonprofit organization geared towards helping promote peace while providing aid to war affected children in countries in strife.
Fashen put together a mixtape in honor of Dim Mak Sunday Night: Cannonball
Download: Fashen – #WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot aka #WTF
1. Get Down Intro – LL Cool J
2. Sucker – Clouds
3. Good Old Days – Tom EQ
4. Sex Face – Disco Of Doom
5. Let’s Go (Bart B More “Lesssgo” Rmx) – Dem Slackers
6. You Gonna Want Me (Hey Today! Rmx) – Tiga
7. K*M*A* (SonicC Dub Rmx) – SonicC & Autoerotique
8. Listen To This – Bart B More & Harvard Bass
9. Escape Of The Zan – Malente & Seductive
10. The Drop (Duke Dumont Thudding Like Elmer Rmx) – LA Riots
11. Hey – Kid Kaio
12. Euh! – Wes De Graaf feat. Dooze Jackers
13. Get With It (NT89 Rmx) – Hidden Cat
14. Funk In Da Ganja – Peace Treaty
15. Way Back Home (Harvard Bass Rmx) Bag Raiders
16. After Dark (Oliver Twizt Rmx) – The Count & Sinden feat. Mystery Jets
17. Cooler Couleur (AC Slater Rmx) – Crookers
18. Funky 4 – K.L.A.M.
19. Shutterbug (Jack Beats Rmx) – Big Boi
20. Sex Sax (Bart B More Rmx) – Drop The Lime
21. Hope (Djedjotronic Rmx) – Etienne De Crecy
22. Sururumba – Zombies For Money
23. Yard Birds – Boy 8 Bit
24. Balloons (Lol Boys Rmx) – Them Jeans
Last weekend saw Dim Mak takeover a stage at the Beatpatrol Festival in Austria. With Disco Demons, Stereo Heroes, Dirty Disco Youth, Crookers, Steve Aoki, Joachim Garraud & The Bloody Beetroots all destroying the place!!
Thanks to all that came and take a look at the photos inside.
All Captured at the Dim Mak stage at Electric Daisy Carnival in LA (2010).
Cameos by Afrojack, Rivers Cuomo (Weezer) and Lil Jon.
Designer Adam Moller has created these beautiful speakers called the “Klang Ultrasonic Speakers”.
Klang is a pair of ultrasonic transmitters, designed for Bang & Olufsen, that emit low-level ultrasound from a node attached to a dish. This node’s relative location to the focal point of the dish determines the spread of the signal. As the sound is created at infinite points along the path of the signal, the user is able to control where the sound is heard by simply adjusting the signal’s spread. True bi-natural sound is also achieved as only the left ear hears sound from the left transmitter, and only the right ear hears sound from the right transmitter; depending upon the placement of the transmitters, of course.
“For the model, the base was created using a 3D printer, and the brass pieces are actually brass, which I turned manually (as opposed to CNC) on a lathe. The other pieces were also turned on the lathe after creating the stock from instacast.” -Adam Moller
Wake Up Call
Sidney Samson & Steve Aoki
Genres: Dance, Music
Released: Nov 30, 2010
“i’m glad these two have collaborated together to produce this monstrous task.
note* listen to this track on HUGE or either REALLY HIGH QUALITY speakers, it will blow you away!” -Joseph Yuen