Los Angeles-based producer STATIC REVENGER joins forces with singer-songwriter KAY, a regular Dim Mak collaborator, for the release of “Back Off, Bitch!” The single features a feisty dance/club beat with a fiery Kay unleashing “Fight Club”-ready lyrics. Universal Music Canada recording artist Kay has recently collaborated with such dance music heavyweights as Tiësto and Steve Aoki, and now she brings her catchy, attitude-laden vocals to “Back Off, Bitch!”
“PNKRZ!”, the latest single by industrial-electronica band Army Of The Universe, encompasses a new cross-over experience for the band that features industrial and punk elements in a modern structure. AOU has evolved their post-rock roots by recreating their signature analog synth and blade guitar sounds to incorporate upbeat electro influences. “PNKRZ!” is a revolutionary track that is sure to impact the industrial scene, and like all things punk, makes a true punk rock statement by painting an ironic portrait of the young, contemporary dance scene.
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NEW IVORY has premiered their official music video for “Youth And Old Age” from their new ‘Nothing’ EP. The video pays homage to classic teen movies with a warped and modern twist. NEW IVORY performs at a house party full of beautiful girls, rugged boys, booze, moshing, and crazy party antics. What’s better than that? Nothing. ‘Nothing’ EP, that is. NEW IVORY brings back your youth with four tracks of grinding, writhing indie rock that’s reminiscent of the early 90s, but with far more heart and better style. So go get ‘Nothing,’ out now on Dim Mak Records. Follow NEW IVORY as they continue to make music that will ensure their place on the throne of musical geniuses for years to come.
Do you like water balloons, bikes, babes and oversized pretzels? Then you’re in luck! Felix Cartal‘s new super summery music video for “Young Love feat. Koko LaRoo” comes out in just 2 more days! Check the video above for a quick snippet of what to look forward to.
Named after the basketball legend, the duo’s first collaboration scores big.
MIchael Jordan’s legacy is untouchable. His six NBA Championship rings are proof of it. They’re drawn in the artwork of Carnage and Tony Junior’s new single named after His Airness. The two DJ/producers were inspired by the man commonly recognized as the greatest basketball player of all time when naming the tune. Listen to the premiere, exclusively here!
“When we were testing out the track, people jumped like crazy on it, so we thought about someone that could jump really high,”Junior explains. “Then Carnage said, ‘Let’s call it ‘Michael Jordan!’ And the name was born.”
With the recent release of their “Friends on Mushrooms Vol. 2” EP, the highly anticipated follow-up to their chart-reigning EP “Friends on Mushrooms Vol. 1,”Infected Mushroom is already reclaiming their top-of-the-charts reign with Vol. 2 reaching #3 on iTunes Top Dance Albums this past Tuesday. And it doesn’t stop there. We just received news that “Nerds on Mushrooms” is currently ranked at #1 on popular EDM site Track It Down’s Dubstep Chart. We look foward to more domination from Infected Mushroom in the weeks and months to come. Head over to Beatport to purchase their most recent, insane trip of an EP and follow them on Twitter @infected to stay up to date on all their latest moves. Also be sure to visit the Track It Down website to stream the hot new single “Nerds on Mushrooms”.
Catch up with rising DJ/producer Deorro as he rides with the Dim Mak Boss Man Steve Aoki himself on the way to this year’s BeatPatrol Festival. Tune in as Deorro discusses the making of his latest “Elevation” EP, which recently hit #1 on Beatport, while giving Aoki the rundown on what it’s like to be part of the SoundCloud Generation. Head over to Deorro’s artist profile on the Dim Mak website to purchase the EP directly from iTunes and be sure to follow this up-and-coming star on SoundCloud and Facebook to stay up to date on all of his latest beats.
Once again, it’s Friday at Dim Mak and that basically means two things: GET NAKED//WEIRD and FREE MUSIC. We’re stoked to share this ill mash-up from up and comer Carlos Melange featuring Hardwell‘s chart-topping festival anthem “Apollo” and our very own Showtek‘s “Slow Down” single which has been dominating the top of the Beatport charts for the past five months since it’s release in March. This is the perfect mix for tonight’s rager so what are you waiting for? Throw your clothes out the window, turn up the volume, and get weird with us. It’s Friday, goddamnit.
You won’t want to miss this exclusive interview with rapidly evolving DJ god Autoerotique as he gives Aoki the 4-1-1 on his hot new single “Apshyxiation.” Not only has the track blown up the Beatport charts in recent days, but it’s also launched viral web buzz with the incredibly erotic (no pun intended) music video featuring a bunch of scantily clad sex vixens playing an intense game of dodgeball. In other news, Autoerotique dishes on the recent remix EP for his Beatport-charting collaboration single with Felix Cartal, “The Alarm.” Be sure to head over to Autoerotique’s artist profile on the Dim Mak website to check out all of his latest releases and follow him on Twitter (@autoerotique) as he keeps making moves.
Los Angeles-based producer/DJ CARNAGE is teaming up with Dutch producer TONY JUNIOR to release their next major single “Michael Jordan” on Dim Mak Records July 23. “Michael Jordan”—an homage to the iconic basketball player and his legendary jersey number #23—shows CARNAGE and TONY JUNIOR flirting with enormous trance builds and thrashing hardstyle flavor for a new sound set to take the EDM crowds by storm. “Michael Jordan” is a genre-blurring track that carries a unique style only CARNAGE and TONY JUNIOR can call their own.
In this preview teaser of the “Michael Jordan” track, we see CARNAGE and TONY JUNIOR rocking the festival crowds and fans losing their collective minds. Grab “Michael Jordan” and listen for it at all major music festivals this year.
YOLANDA BE COOL, the revered Australian production/DJ duo, return with the release of the “Sweat Naked,” a bonus track exclusive to Dim Mak Records off their recently released full-length album Ladies and Mentalmen. The single release will be followed up by the release of the “Sweat Naked” Remix EP on August 13. The EP features remixes from the likes of Étienne de Crécy, The Japanese Popstars, Harris Robotis, Oliver Twizt, and Sub Antix.
Happy Tuesday everyone, I hope you made your weekends vast and epic as you should. I just wanted to touch base with everyone, catch up, and recap some time I spent last weekend with Infected Mushroom. The Israel-bred, LA based duo is made up of Amit “Duvdev” Duvdevani, and Erez Eisen. They started collaborating in 1997 in Kiryat Yam, Haifa District, Israel.
In addition to twice being voted into the top 10 for DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJ’s, they have also left footprints in both dance and rock genres, having worked with Perry Farrell from Jane’s Addiction and Jonathan Davis from Korn.
The two have released such hit albums as 2009’s Legend of the Black Shwarma, which peaked at #9 on Billboard’s Top Electronic Albums chart, scored such dance hits as “Killing Time” and “Smashing the Opponent,” and to top it all off, they average about 120 live performances a year. Boom goes the dynamite. Also, out today on Dim Mak Records, “Friends on Mushrooms, Vol. 2.”
Now these live performances brought about a revolutionary live show, which I’m sure you’ll know what I’m talking about if you’ve ever been to one of their gigs. The set is a 3D landscape designed by Vita Motus Design Studio and V Squared Labs; it is truly one of a kind, and they brought it to the Avalon this past Saturday, July 7th to have a little playtime with the L.A. fans. I had the good fortune to steal a quick conversation with them before they hit the stage. (via MAGNETIC MAG)