Category: New Music
With over twenty years of experience on the house music circuit and following the recent success of the Dim Mak-released “Lost Your Groove” alongside Junior Sanchez, Dutch duo Chocolate Puma bring a masterful dark bassline set to a driving 4/4 on their newest vocal track “The Max.”
Marking his debut on Dim Mak, Norwegian producer Funkin Matt communicates a mysterious, future house mood with his new single, “Flux.” The track narrates a sensory story, using modulated synths and distorted, robotic-sounding vocals against a chilling bassline so heavy it could reverberate through cinderblocks.
On the heels of the critically-acclaimed “SBCR & Friends Vol. 1” released on Dim Mak, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, aka SBCR, aka The Bloody Beetroots, unveils the highly-anticipated second volume. The six-track EP features SBCR originals in addition to rousing collaborations with Jayceeoh, Owl Vision and Razihel.
Dim Mak mainstay Garmiani follows up his electro hit “Zaza” with the dancehall-inspired bouncer “Jump & Sweat” featuring the singer Sanjin.
The bouncy, flirty, can’t-get-it-out-of-your-head (and don’t want to) tune from Shift K3Y and Born Dirty, “Misbehave,” has been reworked by Panic City, Diamond Pistols and Linden Jay for an exclusive three-part remix package.
Todd Terry, a certified house music legend with over thirty years behind the tables, makes his Dim Mak debut with “Sinister.”
SBCR aka Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo aka The Bloody Beetroots returns for the second installment of his SBCR series.
Canadian duo Botnek return to Dim Mak with a tough yet melodic gem entitled “Tremors.”
Southern MC / vocalist Will Brennan delivers a slow burning groove on his newest single “Smoke & Mirrors” featuring Madeaux.
San Francisco native Giraffage and the sultan of summer Viceroy meld their styles together to create a sultry sonic cocoon with “Impression Of You.”
Dance-pop sensation Little Boots delights with her third LP, Working Girl, produced by Jas Shaw of Simian Mobile Disco, super producer Ariel Rechtshaid, SZA collaborator Patrick Lukens, MNDR’s Pete Wade, and Com Truise.
Little Boots impresses and empowers with the third single off her forthcoming LP Working Girl, aptly titled “Get Things Done.”
English DJ Shift K3y joins Born Dirty on their Dim Mak debut with “Misbehave,” a retro house track that subverts the genre with a smattering of N64 inspired synths and catchy rap lyrics.
Following his debut electro jam “For The Birds” on Dim Mak, Reid Stefan unveils “Booty Alert.” The track features energetic sirens, stomping bass and catchy chopped vocals that will leave dance floor patrons twerking all night.
Canadian live electronic three-piece Keys N Krates follow their previous Dim Mak EP, ‘Every Night’ with their first single of 2015 titled “Save Me.” Featuring vocals from UK’s Katy B, the pulsing masterpiece of bouncing beats melds together pitched up vocals with multi-layered percussion.
Legendary Italian producer Phra of Crookers drops his third studio album with Dim Mak Records, finally satisfying the critical anticipation that began with the release of the crossover anthemic single, “I Just Can’t” featuring R&B crooner Jeremih.
No Pressure is the latest single off Little Boots’ third studio album and it’s a breath of fresh, electronic pop air.
The Chainsmoker’s latest progressive house hit ‘Let You Go’ is transformed by dance music heavy hitter, A-Trak.
British electronic group South Central and Swedish duo Qulinez, partner on Dim Mak to release the multi layered slammer, “Tonight.”
Russian trio Swanky Tunes’ progressive house masterpiece “Fix Me,” has undergone an incredible two-track remix transformation from Australia’s own Terace and Fear of Dawn.
The winner of the Beatport Play remix competition for NYC based duo The Chainsmokers “Let You Go” was…
Reworked by Sunset Child, Marnik, Fear of Dawn, Jam Xpress and PeaceTreaty, the original nu-soul dance-ballad is transformed into a stack of reinterpretations ranging from melodic progressive and main room electro, to smooth tropical house mixes.
Crookers invites Chris Lorenzo, Panic City, Stabber, and Tazer to remix his smash single “I Just Can’t” featuring vocals from R&B crooner Jeremih.
Electronic house music veterans Chocolate Puma and Junior Sanchez team up to deliver “Lost Your Groove,” a feel-good house track with silky vocals by Arama, layered over funk guitars, musical synths by Todd Terry, and a super hard-hitting slap-bass.
After six #1 Beatport charting releases, Dutch duo Blasterjaxx bring the heat to Dim Mak Records with “Forever,” their latest slammer heavily previewed around the globe in their live sets.
Russian trio Swanky Tunes brings their illustrious electro-house and progressive sound to Dim Mak Records with the uplifting track, “Wherever U Go” featuring anthemic vocals from Pete Wilde.
Following some serious momentum in the EDM sphere with support from big-guns like Hardwell, Tiesto, Nicky Romero, and Martin Garrix, Australian brothers New World Sound bring the Melbourne Bounce to Dim Mak Records.
After teaming up with iconic Hip-Hop maestros Mr.ColliPark and DJ Kool, Dim Mak fixture Dirty Audio returns to the label alongside up-and-comer Aire Atlantica to deliver “Burn.”
Dutch alliance Yellow Claw & Cesqeaux’s “Legends” received a stand-out revamp by WAVO remix contest winner SuddenBeatz.
San Diego native Ookay returns to Dim Mak following his 2014 debut Ghost EP with his progressive house record alongside producer Scott Sinjin titled “Echo.”
Autoerotique and Max Styler’s club-shredding Dim Mak release “Badman” has received the remix treatment from Torro Torro, Bare, J-Trick, and Rawtek.
SBCR unveils his inaugural EP SBCR & Friends, Vol. 1 featuring collaborations with hand-picked up-and-comers Razihel, Moon Bounce and Eliza Bee & His Majesty Andre.