Author: Tim Gauthier
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!
URB Magazine recently featured Proxy’s November 6th release, Music From the Eastblock Jungles Pt.1 in their latest, Album in Focus feature. URB describes the album as a “rare body of work that invokes the classic rhetoric and arrangements of D&B/Jungle, while maintaining one fit in the door of the current grit and grime that has encompassed the darker state of EDM in the current market.” With days away from the release, Proxy’s album is now available for pre-order on iTunes.
Read the full write up over at URB Magazine.
Have a listen below and be sure to grab your Shut Up! Remix EP on iTunes!
Check out our first installment of our newest series, Dim Mak Sundays Monthly Mix for our Sunday party at Drai’s Hollywood. Fashen is the first to cut the ribbon this month with his hour and a half mix featuring tracks from Angger Dimas, RL Grime, Zed’s Dead, Dillon Francis, Autoerotique, Daft Punk, Miike Snow, and more!
Check back every month for new episodes of this exclusive series featuring our residents Thee Mike B, DJ Metric, and Fashen.
Welcome to 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. This week is Azari & III. Dim Mak Records just released in the USA the long awaited “self titled” album that has been available elsewhere. Listen to the interview and find out more about Azari & III on this episode of Aoki Files.
To all our avid Twitter followers, and frequents of the #FF shoutouts, we have adorned a whole new meaning towards this overused Friday chant-off… Presenting #FreeFriday. It’s Tuesday, which means Autoerotique’s WTF Remix Package is now available for download on iTunes. The three…
Earlier this morning Artrocker released the nominees for their second annual Artrocker Awards that will be taking place at Sebright Arms in London on December 7. We’re pleased to announce that Atari Teenage Riot made their way into two categories including International Band Of The Year and Electro Act Of The Year. You can place your vote and support Atari Teenage Riot here.
Hood Famous Music’s monthly podcast hosted by MING. The podcast features the best in todays EDM and exclusive mixes from guest artists.
“Armed with a newfound sense of liberation, over two decades’ worth of production know-how and tools, and inspiration from dance music’s bevy of new champions, MING is looking toward the musical future he always dreamed of.
“It’s exciting to hear this new sonic thing that’s happening, similar to what we had when we were mixing genres in the old days. But now it’s crossing over not just to dance kids, but to metal heads and rock people,” he says. “It’s exciting to see 18-years-olds stage-diving at dance shows. I’m inspired by the people who have done something with this genre that was considered dead. We’ve gone past the ‘everybody’s a DJ’ phase: Now people are good producers and good DJs.”
But the sweetest part of all for this musician-by-blood is just being back in the mix. “I’ve got something to say – again,” says MING. “I felt like it had been said and done. Now I have my voice back.”
1. Michael Jackson – Thriller Intro Edit
2. Pleasurekraft – Satyr Song (Original Mix) (1605)
3. Wax Motif & Neoteric – Go Deep (Will Bailey Remix) (Dim Mak Records)
4. Jake Shanahan – Tweaked (MING Remix) (Straight Up!)
5. John Dahlback – Jackal Mackson (Original Mix) (Dim Mak Records)
6. Ryan Marks – Fiji (Etc! Etc! Remix) (Party Like Us)
7. Vitalic – Stamina (Le Castle Vania Remix) (Different Recordings)
8. John Dahlback – The Trip (Original Mix) (Dim Mak Records)
9. Proxy – Shut Up (MING (VIP Mix) (Dim Mak Records) bit.ly/Xw2XpG
10. BeatauCue – Cytise (Original Mix) (Kitsune)
11. Mark Reeve – Carlito (Original Mix) (Starlight)
12. Chuckie – Together (Original Club Mix) (Cr2 Records)
13. Dirty Disco Youth – Drive (LAZRtag Remix) (Dim Mak Records)
14. Alter Ego – Rocker (Prok & Fitch Vs My Digital Enemy Remix) (Skint Records)
15. Topher Jones – Brohammer Nari (Milani Dub Remix) (Ultra Records)
16. MING – Wizard (Original Mix) (Unsigned)
17. The Knocks and Fred Falke – Geronimo (Lenno Remix) (Kitsune)
– Website: http://mingsmusic.com
– Label Site: http://www.hoodfamousmusic.com
– Facebook: http://facebook.com/mingsmusic
– Twitter: http://twitter.com/mingsmusic
– YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/mingsmusic
– Beatport: http://beatport.com/artist/ming/74517
– Podcast: http://bit.ly/JdaAxz
– Mixcloud: http://bit.ly/PoJi4n
Need a little pick me up this Tuesday afternoon? If you answered yes, then I highly suggest you take a look at Dirtyphonics official music video for their latest single, DIRTY. The music video features a collage of footage from popular music videos and film compiled into four minutes that will leave you saying, “Think DIRTY, Say DIRTY, Move DIRTY, Dance DIRTY.”
Yesterday, Felix Cartal released the biggest tease we’ve probably all encountered in awhile with his latest single, No Sleep. The single set to release December 4, features vocals from Los Angeles based singer, Natalie Angiuli.
This is the first of a mixtape series called “WEAPONS” containing feature tracks from Proxy, Haezer, Autoerotique, Blatta&Inesha, Mustard Pimp, Gtronic, Stereoheroes, Mastertrons & more. It also includes a new Vegamoore Remix and the upcoming track on Dim Mak Records…
Today, Toronto electronic group AZARI & III unleash the North American release of their self-titled debut album on Dim Mak Records featuring all the original tracks: the velvety refrains of “Reckless (With Your Love),” the creeping melancholy of “Manhooker” and the unhinged technopera of…