Follow along with MAGNETIC MAG’s Neda Jouliet as she spends the day chasing after Dim Mak’s resident Frenchies DIRTYPHONICS in Los Angeles and find out what it’s like to be so damn #DIRTY 24/7. Along with the extensive article, the accompanying video is equally as fun and informative as the guys cruise around LA in the Dim Mak Records van, intent on having the time of their lives in one of their favorite cities. Find out which DIRTYdude doesn’t like hot dogs, where the four friends got their start, what inspires them to bring the dirtiest shows to their fans, what happens when their tour manager is away, and so so much more. It’s incredible what you can learn with just one day on the heels of a group as eclectic and enthusiastic as DIRTYPHONICS; it’s a whirlwind adventure full of what makes our favorite foursome as #dirty as they come.
Catch the full interview and recap video over at Magnetic Mag.
Take a dash of funk, a spoonful of electro, two cups of dub, and pound of dance. Mix it all together. Chill it out. Sprinkle with Diplo. Serves a billion. Now, prepare yourself for the tasty and ground- breaking release of “P.O.V 2.0”, the follow up release of the original “P.O.V” by The Death Set.
By now, I’m sure you’ve fallen in love with Felix Cartal and Autoerotique’s “The Alarm” (and if you haven’t, then shame on you). Whether you have or have not, prepare yourself to get stoked all over again because it’s been remixed, giving the already vibrant track three fresh new perspectives.
Yolanda Be Cool is back with another Beatport Chart topping track that takes you on a ride through Get Up And Danceville. “Before Midnight”, released on Dim Mak Records just last week, has that spicy Latin flavor everybody can’t help but obsess over. With a sexy synth progression, a hot kick, and catchy lyrics, you’ll be falling head over heels for Yolanda Be Cool like it’s 2010 and “We No Speak Americano” all over again. Be sure to make this dance anthem a part of your summer playlist and get a copy of it here on Beatport!
Also featured on this Beatport Chart are Dim Mak’s Douster & Savage Skulls with “TRT”, Datsik’s “Light The Fuse”, Booka Shade’s “Tomorrow Belongs To Us (ACME Remix)”, and “Go Down” by Bot, all released on Dim Mak Records. These bangers, in addition to “Before Midnight”, are available for purchase on the one and only Beatport.
When you produce super hot music under the moniker of AUTOEROTIQUE, you’re bound to get some heated attention; this much is proven by BEATPORT including the new, outrageously sexy music video for Autoerotique’s hit “Asphyxiation” in their TOP 10 EXTREMELY NSFW…
Everything they were and everything they are breathes in Asphyxiation. From the iconic rises of Bubonic, the rumbling bass of ‘Turn up the Volume’ and the confusing yet perfectly executed triplet mayhem of EKG – it’s all there in unison.
French youngsters Jidax are back to follow-up last months explosive “No Fear” for Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint. Having launched into 2013 with a spree of fresh material and unprecedented visibility on the global clubbing circuit…
Three high energy tracks from this young duo, “Feel Good EP” is sunshine in a speaker, and fans are already showering the release with high praise. “Feel Good EP” features three tracks that absolutely have their place on packed dance floors and festival grounds…
With the end of the work week being so close yet so far some of us are experiencing anxiety due to the desperate need for freedom. But don’t worry your hardworking little hearts out because Garmiani, Greg Cerrone, and Trackitdown’s One For The Weekend have a special treat filled with massive bass just for you! O4TW chart toppers Garmiani “Behind You (Rumble)” [#9] and Greg Cerrone “WoaWoa” [#12], both released on Dim Mak Records, have been featured as two tracks that are sure to get your blood pumping and the party started!
Congrats to these Dim Mak Records mainstays on making the TrackItDown list this weekend! High fives all around.
Dim Mak head honcho Steve Aoki has done it again with a brilliant collaboration featuring Southern Cali’s Dan Sena and vocal vixen Miss Palmer. The smashing single “Omega” is embellished with a punchy bassline, captivating vocals, and what about that drop!?