Author: Tim Gauthier
Two of the heaviest names in the industry have teamed up to bring us a collab of epic proportions. Angger Dimas combines his hard hitting electro with the dirty Dutch rhythms of Oliver Twizt for XXX, a single that intertwines big room cuts with dirty electro leads for an etorique-ly infectious track that we can’t stop playing. XXX is part of a larger EP featuring remixes from Vandalism & Mr. Fluff, Andy’s iLL, Hot Mouth, Sven Kirchhof, and P.A.F.F. Be sure to check out the teaser video for the track along with teasers of each of the remixes.
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The Bloody Beetroots are back in action with a full-blown live tour that kicked off yesterday in Berlin. Having taken some hardcore studio time, Sir Bob Rifo brought us an original track, Chronicles Of A Fallen Love ft. Greta Svabo Bech, alongside a stellar remix package with re-works from the likes of TAI, Popeska, Sound of Stereo and many more. Be sure to scope out the clip of their recent stop in Melbourne and watch as the madness unfolds.
Catch them on tour in Europe this March! Click here for tour dates and tickets: http://on.fb.me/13ufWta
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Everyone loves great music. But even better, everyone loves great music that doesn’t cost them an arm and a leg to enjoy. In an effort to bring you heavy doses of dopeness, Dim Mak has teamed up with Amazon as part of what is sure to be a revolutionary means of delivering musical content. As part of their “Experience EDM” promotion, Amazon now features some of Dim Mak’s finest, as selected by Steve Aoki and his team of avid music aficionados. Each of the EP’s can be purchased for less than $3.00, and full-length albums are available for as little as $5.00. Be sure to click the link that follows to catch up on all the best that Dim Mak and Amazon have to offer.
Scanners has been kicking around Camden for eight years now, perfecting a laser-fried blend of dance-punk and leaving beer-soaked UK club nights in their wake. According to our analytics, you’re from the States, so you’re forgiven if you haven’t been keeping up with them. They’ve kept a low profile over the past few years, but are slated to release a new LP for Dim Mak, entitled Love Symmetry, later in the year.
Order the “Mexico EP” today on iTunes, with additional tracks including “Mexico” and “Charmed Life”. – http://bit.ly/13lu8Jh
Listen below & Download here!
Voting for the 28th Annual International Dance Music Awards is two days away from closing, so don’t miss your chance to vote for your 2012 favorites.
We couldn’t be more thrilled for our two nominations this year with Dim Mak up for “Best American Music Label” alongside Ultra and Mad Decent. As well as Steve Aoki‘s nomination for “Smirnoff’s Best North American DJ” alongside our friends Diplo, Skrillex, Porter Robinson, and others.
Not only are we nominated for these two categories but EDC, Electric Zoo, Tomorrowland, and Ultra Music are up for “Best Music Event” all of which included Dim Mak stages this past year.
With over 50 categories in place we’d like to wish the best of luck to all our friends nominated for awards including Borgore, Like Mike, Hot Natured, Tiesto, Afrojack, Insomiac Events, NERVO, Dada Life and more!
Canadian artist Felix Cartal has been nominated for the Juno Awards in the category “Dance Recording of the Year” with his track “Don’t Turn On The Lights” Ft. Polina. “Don’t Turn On The Lights” has been released on Dim Mak.
You can buy the release on iTunes here.
For more info on the Juno Awards, click here.
Below is the video for “Don’t Turn On The Lights”:
Azari & III’s “Manhooker (Locked Groove’s Escape to NYC Mix)” off yesterdays release, ‘Azari & III’s Remix Album’ was featured on Pitchfork noting, ” Locked Groove takes the record’s sultry “Manhooker” and gives it a hard-techno wash.” The track is 1 of 15 on the package full of impressive remixes from artists including Tiga, Jamie Jones, Nicolas Jaar, Disclosure, and more. You can read feature in its entirety on Pitchfork, as well as grab your copy on iTunes now.
Every year, Miami hosts one of the biggest weeks in electronic music alongside Ultra Music Festival, the Winter Music Conference/ Miami Music Week. In our latest video installment we’d like to invite you to tag along with Ashley and Kimbo in their adventure to last years Dim Mak x Obey The Kitty Pool Party at WMC. Watch as these two West Coast girls party on with cameos from Steve Aoki, PeaceTreaty, Dirtyphonics, R3hab, Lil Jon, Tommy Gunz, and more.
Its not too uncommon to see women shaving their heads now a days. Natalie Portman rocked it, So did Amber Rose, and even with her baby bump she still looks bomb. It can be considered a bold statement and often prominently displays confidence. I mean yeah, you might end up going crazy and try to stab people with an umbrella but unless you’re like that you should be fine. Anyways, our girlfriend Lacy is one of these women, and if you’ve spotted her at any of our events, you can already tell she brings the party and turns hairy heads. She was such a sweetheart and asked that I would photograph her going all out no clipper guard for what turned out to be a great evening of shooting some awesome photos. After all the the hair was gone (off her head and all over the floor and sink), and still excited to keep cutting, she turned the scissors on one of our new Dirtyphonics tees and with a little DIY, went custom for the night. We strongly encourage this behavior so show us your best DIY custom Dim Mak merch!
Photos by: Alexander Federic alexanderfederic.com
Dim Mak presents 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. Israeli…
Following up Proxy’s recently released MFTEJ Part 2 is his Who Are You? EP, out today.”Proxy’s up-tempo title track is carried by an alternating kick-snare and an adrenalizing low-end chomp, the female sample in between drops reinforcing the song’s bad-ass attitude. Rounding out the EP…