Category: New Music
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.
Unstoppable duo PeaceTreaty deliver yet again with their most recent tune “Strangers.”
Following their ubiquitous release “Kanye,” New York-based duo The Chainsmokers unveil their latest surefire singalong “Let You Go.”
After masterminding legendary hits like “Let Me Clear My Throat,” hip-Hop icon DJ Kool has partnered with Dim Mak fixture Dirty Audio and producer Mr. Collipark to curate “Shoulders.”
Dim Mak’s Greatest Hits of 2014 offers a selection of the best tracks that the label has to offer from the past year.
LA Riots “Right Now” is the epic vocal followup to “Burn It Down”, incorporating an anthemic female vox breakdown, surrounded by funky electro bounce.
The Israeli mega-legends and psy-trance innovators Infected Mushroom are at it again with Friends On Mushrooms (Deluxe Edition) on Dim Mak Records.
Dim Mak Greatest Hits 2014 offers a selection of the best tracks that the label has to offer from the past year.
Qulinez’ ‘Let’s Rock’ keeps the summer festival vibe going, keeping the energy high and the drops heavy.
Israeli producer Dan Farber brings you his latest installment of bass saturated trap wonder with the release of his new EP “Middle Eastern Jungle.”
Featuring b-sides, edits and reworks from a range of producers such as Steve Aoki, Ookay, Chardy and Dan Farber, the deluxe package #NEWGOREORDER LUXE sees Borgore’s original opuses in an entirely new light.
Nineteen-year-olds Danny Avila and Merzo have partnered up for their electro-house assault “BOOM!”
Miami-based producer Digital LABand Texas-bred newcomer Ape Drumshave collaborated on their first joint effort “Wicked.”
Russian three-piece Swanky Tunes join Dim Mak with their melodic main-room masterpiece “Fix Me,” accompanied by reworks from German producer TAI.
Chuck Inglish & Chromeo’s “Legs” has been reworked into a four-part package from Penguin Prison, Yolanda Be Cool, AC Slater and Bee’s Knees.
Dim Mak Returns to our Hardcore Roots! With roughly 35 minutes of blaring screams, blazing drum beats, and intense fuzzed-out guitar licks, AFI’s lead vocalist Davey Havok and guitarist Jade Puget present their new straight-edge hardcore band XTRMST and its self-titled debut album.
Dim Mak celebrates an exciting collaboration this fall with the release of “Badman” from Toronto’s Autoerotique and Californian newcomer Max Styler.
“Exterminate,” single #3 off the XTRMST (Davey Havok x Jade Puget from AFI) album is out now. Pre-order the album on iTunes and get the single today!