STATIC REVENGER follows up his recent Dim Mak release “Back Off, Bitch!” with a track as gorgeous and fierce as the woman who sings it- ‘Colors at Night’ ft Kay.
Following the current success of ‘Stop, Drop, & Roll’, which racked up 60,000 SoundCloud plays in a week, The Needle Mover mix features an emotional chordal break down with an equally beautiful vocoded vocal and a relentless drop that walks a line between big room and melbourne bounce.
Finally, New comer Roniks makes his Dim Mak debut with an amazing drum step contribution, not to be missed.
Yolanda Be Cool‘s “All That She Wants ft. SYF & Fritz Helder” juxtaposes cheeky & fun with dark & haunting all wrapped around the irresistible vox of the “Hungry for the Power” boys and one of THOSE baselines.
On the remix tip, Defected Records and Hot Creations artist Human Life gives a nod to the original on his housey re-work while Pete Tong future stars pick Walker & Royce keep things dark, but oh so cool with their remix and their bonus deep space dub mix.
I got no beat with repetition
I’m gonna see it through and through
For those who actually stuck around to watch the whole Super Bowl last night, you might have been lucky enough to catch the new Mt. Dew‘Kickstart’ commercial featuring hit single “Repetition” from none other than Dim Mak’s own indie rock darlings Willowz. If you’re lame and didn’t end up watching the Super Bowl, then you’re in luck because we’ve got the commercial for you to see right here!
[one_half]As we celebrate our 18 years of Dim Mak Records (we’re legal now!) and our 500th release, it seems only fitting that we cross a major milestone with 200k Facebook Likes. We can’t help but feel totally privileged and honored to be where we are today thanks to fans like you.
And now, a gift for all of our 200k friends. We’ve hand picked a collection of staff favorites from the Dim Mak vault to give to you. These were chosen in honor of all our old friends, as much as for our new friends, from the past 18 years. #ByAnyMeansNecessary[/one_half][one_half_last]TRACKLISTING:
1. Proxy – “Dancing In the Dark”
2. The Partysquad & The Death Set ft. Diplo – “P.O.V. 2.0”
3. All Leather – “Mystery Meat” (Bloody Beetroots Remix)
4. Fischerspooner – “Supply & Demand”
5. Scanners – “Lowlife” (LA Riots Remix)
6. Weird Science – “Haus of Cards”
7. Keys N Krates – “Ratchet Hoes”
8. Autoerotique – “Asphyxiation”
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It started in front of bathroom mirrors across the globe
Then spread to nightclubs from city to city
Kim Kardashian’s ass took the phenomenon and ran with it
Now everyone from the Pope to the President is on board
Every girl you know, every guy you know
Until it was named the 2013 “Word of the year” by the freaking Oxford Dictionary
We’re talking about selfies.
And now The Chainsmokers have created the theme song to the phenomenon.
(you knew it was coming, you just didn’t know it was going to be this good.)
Belgium’s MegaMen, composed of duo MOONFLOWER and producer Guy’do, have their debut Dim Mak Records track “MaxiMus” today. “MaxiMus” brings forth massive drum work and a thrilling barrage of synth stabs that powerfully craft a tune living up to its title, while demonstrating the energy and unique touch MegaMen bring to the dance floor.
Last November, bass music guru Borgore rocked dance floors around the world with the release of the hugely popular Wild Out EP, available now on Dim Mak Records and praised by ROLLING STONE. He continues the madness with the Wild Out (Remixes) EP, out January 28 on Dim Mak Records. The original track features the furious raps of Waka Flocka Flame and the sultry vocals of Paige over Borgore’s bass-heavy antics and hip-hop-influenced sounds. Now, producers/DJs Ookay, Riggi & Piros, Grandtheft x Torro Torro, MUST DIE!, and Evan Gartner give their original takes on this energy-filled remix package.
The Wild Out (Remixes) EP features endless club bangers from a diverse array of electronic dance music styles. Big room hitter Ookay rises up into electrifying terror with his remix spotlighting euphoric chords and fast-driven rhythms. Dynamic DJ duo Riggi & Piros bring an unbelievable anthem as their massive rendition adds a whole new flavor by utilizing darker chords, ultimately morphing “Wild Out” into yet another dance-heavy tune. Two of dance music’s hottest new artists Grandtheft and Torro Torro join forces to unleash a monstrous frenzy of heavy kick drums and trippy synths. MUST DIE! drops an intense party track that features his signature dubstep spin that leaves bass fans head banging for nights on end. Rising producer Evan Gartner, winner of the official “Wild Out” remix contest presented by Dim Mak, Mixmag, and Wavo, delivers proper, trap-certified drops guaranteed to make trapstyle fans contort their faces into brand new shapes.
Steve Aoki teams up with Coone, our first-ever hardstyle artist, to unleash their new collaboration “Can’t Stop The Swag.” The single is Aoki’s first foray into the burgeoning hardstyle movement and this track mixes Aoki’s house production with Coone’s renowned aggressiveness. “Can’t Stop The Swag” underlines Aoki’s and Dim Mak’s assault of the hardstyle scene.
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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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)
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]
What happens when you mix Dutch DJ Tony Junior with Starkillers’ pitch bending leads, rugged bass, mind-warping FX, huge builds and drops?
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.