Author: Tim Gauthier
Long time friend of the Dim Mak family, Kid Cudi is back with his first single from his upcoming album Indicud, which is anticipated for release in early 2013.
The video for Just What I Am featuring fellow Cleveland native King Chip, takes us on a top-down joy ride through DTLA to a laid back warehouse party. The raw flicker show style visuals captivate you and bring you along for this slow-mo, cosmic party experience full of red cups, hot babes and of course it wouldn’t be an LA party without Steve Aoki in the DJ booth.
To help you guys get over this hump day we’ve released another teaser for South Central’s Hollywood EP. To date we’ve released all but one teaser from the collection, playing on the notable phrase- “good things come to those who wait.” Check out the current tracks on our SoundCloud, and keep a look out for the final teaser, Star Wars before the EP’s debut next week. If you find yourself playing these teasers on loop like I did, the EP is also available for pre-order on iTunes.
With Revolvr’s upcoming release of Machine with Lea Luna on November 27, we’d like to welcome him to the Dim Mak family. In support of the release, Revolvr has been touring through out the U.S. with four stops left in San Francisco, Houston, San Diego, and Boulder, CO. Known for…
With elections taking place today, we hope you all take the time out of your day to make it out to the polls No matter who you’re standing behind this election, just remember that voting is a right and privilege that we shouldn’t take for granted. Get out there and vote!
In the THE HUNDREDS X SERATO RECORDS commercial you may have caught glimpses Diplo, Partytime, Paul Devro, Jayceeoh, and Dim Mak’s very own Yung Skeeter. Shot at the Dim Mak Headquarters, Yung Skeeter is captured in our office with the limited edition control record which is now available for purchase on The Hundreds and Serato website while supplies last.
With today’s release of Proxy’s debut album, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES PART 1, we’d like to thank a few blogs for the awesome features and reviews, and urge you all to take a look.
Hammarica.com recently caught up with Proxy in an exclusive interview regarding the album release, EDM scene in Russia, and more! Check out the interview here to get to know the man behind the music a little better.
Along with the interview, Exclaim featured the album stating the release, “explores rave culture and classic drum and bass music, with the collection’s sound.” The feature focuses on Red Juke, one of the eleven tracks on Proxy’s release. You can read the full feature on Exclaim.com.
Last but not least, MTV Hive featured the album along with the track Raw stating, “Raw turns out to be something Harrison Ford could surely kick some ass to.” You can read full feature on MTVHive.com.
For more info on Music From The Eastblock Jungles Part 1, click here.
Since March, Spin The Vote a national voter registration project created by Insomniac and Rock the Vote has been campaigning to register young voters for today’s election taking place. You may have noticed Spin The Vote at music festivals these past few months including Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, Electric Daisy Carnival New York, Beyond Wonderland and Nocturnal Wonderland. Spin the Vote has done an amazing job with its campaign, informing and registering young voters these past few months. In honor of election day we’d like to share this live remix video of Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas’ “Beat Down feat. Iggy Azalea” from DJ Enferno in support of Spin the Vote (www.spinthevote.org). Make sure to vote Today!
“The Wait Is Over. The World Is Over.”
After years of anticipation, Proxy at last presents his debut LP, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES, PT. 1. Beloved by top DJs and stadium crowds the world over, the undisputed master of the “Turn It Up to 11″ movement has created an album that harnesses the pure spirit of legit rave culture, with 11 tracks that span and elevate countless genres – notably inflected by classic bass and DnB – without regard for trends or ephemeral influences. The album is the product of an artist who forged a sound in complete isolation, with visa problems leading him to entrench himself in the middle of nowhere in his native Russia, continuing in the UK rave tradition of his Essex-spawned idols, The Prodigy.
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Lucky for you guys, Hot Mouth’s remix of Tommy Trash’s, “Blair Bitch Project” is lurking the internet. The dark rework was featured in the latest episode of Trashed Radio 004 just last week on EDMTunes and has since then has made its way through out the internet. Although you won’t be able to get your paws on the official track until early 2013, you can listen to the remix below. Enjoy!
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!