Out Now: Proxy – Who Are You?

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…

Out Now: Azari & III – Remix Album

Following their recent North American invasion, Toronto electronic group AZARI & III return with the release of their REMIX ALBUM out February 26 via Dim Mak Records. The REMIX…

Out Now: Savage Skulls & Douster – Bass Kick

After their 2010 Get Rich or High Tryin EP, Douster and Savage Skulls meets again for the Bass Kick EP, 3 dancefloor killers, each one showcasing the 3 producers’s…

XLR8R First Listen: Azari & III – Lost In Time (VCO Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Just last week, we shared news of a forthcoming Azari & III remix compilation which features reworks from the likes of Nicolas Jaar, Disclosure, Jamies Jones, Maceo Plex,…

Savage Skulls & Douster – TRT (Official Video)

After their 2010 Get Rich or High Tryin EP, Douster and Savage Skulls meets again for the Bass Kick EP, 3 dancefloor killers, each one showcasing the 3 producers’s…

Win Tickets to See Dirtyphonics Live!

The forthcoming debut album from Dirtyphonics, Irreverence, is out March 19th on Dim Mak Records. Following this release, Dirtyphonics will embark on their North American “Irreverence Tour” with its…

Dim Mak x Joyrich: Let Them Eat Cake (Party Recap)

What happens in Vegas, ends up all over the internet and Vegas is no longer safe, which works out great as it served for a perfect location to have…

Keys N Krates Top This Weeks Next Big Sound Chart On Billboard!!!!

We’d like to congratulate Keys N Krates for their number one spot on this weeks Next Big Sound chart. The chart features artists with the fastest accelerating rates across…

Out Now: Steve Aoki’s Remixed Brahms Chart

Following the release of the Phat Brahms remix package, we now have the official Beatport Chart from Steve Aoki. The ten track chart features a great collection of Dim…

Dim Mak Harlem Shake (Cake Remix) #HarlemCake

By now you’ve probably seen at least 750 renditions of the sensation that’s found its way throughout the worldwide web. Yes, we’re talking about the “Harlem Shake” YouTube phenomenon…