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

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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 all major social music sites including SoundCloud, Twitter, and Facebook. According to Billboard the collectives numbers have accelerated tremendously across these platforms since the release of their EP, ‘Lucid Dreams.’  You can read the full feature on Billboard as well as pre-order their upcoming release, “Treat Me Right” on iTunes.

Don’t Forget To Tune In For Dim Mak Studios On Evolution Radio

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Tonight Yung Skeeter will be hosting another episode of Dim Mak Studios on Evolution Radio featuring a mix from our very own Sound of Stereo. In case you’ve been living under the a rock, Evolution is iHeatradio’s newest EDM radio station that features some of the best dance music 24/7. You can catch Dim Mak Studios on the air every Thursday at 10 p.m. EST. as well as a great line of shows through out the week.

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Out Now: Steve Aoki’s Remixed Brahms Chart

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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 Mak tracks released in 2013 including the orginal Phat Brahms single. You can grab the chart on Beatport now.


  1. Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas – Phat Brahms
  2. Felix Cartal, Autoerotique – The Alarm
  3. Lil Jon, Coone, Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike — Madness
  4. Infected Mushroom – Bass Nipple
  5. Azari & III – Indigo (Serge Santiago 12am Mix)
  6. Dan Sena, Steve Aoki – Omega feat. Miss Palmer
  7. PeaceTreaty – In Time (The 8th Note Remix)
  8. George Acosta – We Got This
  9. Ali Love – Love Harder ( Will Bailey & Valentino Khan Remix)
  10. BXXX- Rebellion (Lies)

EXTRA! EXTRA! Yolanda Be Cool signs to Dim Mak!

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In our latest video directed by Franck Gazzola, Johnson & Sylvester from Yolanda Be Cool have a message for you guys regarding their recent signing to Dim Mak.  Watch as the guys paint something special and take a cake to the face in celebration of their debut release of ‘Ladies & Mentalmen.’

Clockwork’s ‘Surge’ EP Takes Over Beatport Charts

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Screen Shot 2013-02-19 at 11.32.01 AMA week ago we released Clockwork’s EP, ‘Surge’ now seven days later the release is taking over Beatport, making its way to the number one spot on the Electro House chart and fourth on Top 100. Since its release the two track EP has stirred up a great deal of buzz through out the internet as the perfect follow up to his previous release, ‘Titan.’ You can help keep Clockwork on the top of these charts and purchase the ‘Surge’ on Beatport now.

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Proxy’s ‘Music From The Eastblock Jungles Pt. 2. ‘ Beatport Chart Now Available

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Earlier this week we released Proxy’s ‘Music From The Eastblock Jungles- Part II,’ now we’d like to share his latest Beatport chart following the release.  The chart features seven tracks with a mix of genres including Indie Dance, Nu Disco, Electro House, and Techno. You can preview and purchase the chart of Beatport now.

Track List

  1. The M Machine – Faces
  2. Zombie Nation – Chickflick
  3. Alvin Risk, Sirah – Survival feat. Sirah
  4. Yes Wizard – Elephant & Castle
  5. Trumpdisco – Big Wrench
  6. Clouds – Krafterah
  7. MPIA3 – Ely


A Night In Review: Dan Sena + Trapaholics @ Dim Mak Studios

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If you didn’t have a chance to make it out to Dim Mak Studios this past Tuesday then you’re in for a special treat. We had one of our writers, Jenna Browning cover the night to remind you all of what you missed out on. You can also check out upcoming events at Dim Mak Studios here. Enjoy!


“Tuesday nights at Dim Mak Studios are always a special time, not only because of the artists that grace the stage but also because of the people who fill the club. The crowd that comes to Tuesday nights just likes to get down, and that’s exactly what they did at Dan Sena’s EP Release Party featuring Trap-A-Holics.

Man-of-the-hour, Mr. Dan Sena himself was first to kick things off in the main room. His set featured a little bit of everything from hard hitting dub step bass to danceable drum kicks that showcased some great


vocal samples. Sena hit you right in the heart with his bass drops but showed a lot of restraint as well when he would pull back the beat and let the samples speak for themselves. Everybody is doing dub step these days, but to have a consistent melody throughout the song is a hard skill to master, and Sena did it wondrously. A highlight was definitely his dropping A-Trak’s “Like A Dance Floor” as well as when he slowed down the beat to “All The Way Turned Up.” Sena ended his set right with “Hold On” By Monsta which had the club grooving.

Next up on the decks was DJ Slink who brought the bass level even higher when he laid down his Trap mix. Slink did a good job of turning classic songs into his own like Pharrell’s “Everybody Nose,” where he turned a familiar chorus line into a robotic style voice that definitely had a unique stamp on it. He played other popular classics as well like Dead Prez’s “Hip Hop,” which had the tables shaking with the earth quaking bass. He ended his set with a performance from rapper Whisky Pete who rapped live over Slinks beats until he threw down his final jam “Shook Pt II,” which is always a solid classic.

After Slink’s set ended and you thought the bass went up as high as it could, Trapaholics took the stage in a Fatal Crew T-shirt and cranked it up even higher. The set was perfect for both old and new trap fans alike, as Trapaholics’s song selection was like a magical journey through the genre. He paid homage to Waka Flocka, Rick Ross, Three 6 Mafia and pretty much everyone else who ever had anything to do with making Trap popular. He played all the classics from Trinidad James’s “All Gold Everything,” to “Trap House” by Gucci Mane, to “Respect Me,” by Rick Ross. He threw down bass that got you to bob your head in the dirtiest of ways with a stank grin on your face while you moved your feet almost unconsciously. This wasn’t your normal type of bass; it was some heavy hitting deepness that welled up in your throat.

All in all, it was a night of epic bass in all its glorious forms. Everyone who stuck around to catch all the sets definitely danced the night away to hard-hitting beats and not to mention the sick visual cubes that were video-mixed live by the masters behind the Dim Mak Studios sound booth. ” – Jenna Browning

‘#Arrow’ scoop: @SteveAoki to play Oliver’s party — EXCLUSIVE

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steve-aoki_510x335Oliver Queen is set to open his Starling City night club and he’s getting one of the best house musicians in the world for opening night.
Grammy nominee Steve Aoki is set to guest star on Arrow, playing himself.

In the hour — titled “The Huntress Returns” (yay), Oliver (series star Stephen Amell) has a new romance brewing, is launching his nightclub and is more content than he’s ever been since coming back from the island. But when his ex, The Huntress (Jessica De Gouw) returns to town, she “threatens to destroy everything and everyone Ollie cares about.”

During the episode the Wonderland artist and DJ will make his scripted series debut performing at the grand opening of Ollie’s club (an evening that we suspect won’t go off without a hitch).
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The FADER Features Proxy Mini-Mix & Interview

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As we get ready to release Proxy’s second part of  ‘Music from the Eastblock Jungles’ next week we’d like to share with you his latest mix and interview featured on The FADER. The 30-minute mix is available for  streaming and download on The FADER’s site and  features a range of artists including Clouds, Posthuman, French Fries, and more. Along with the mix the feature also includes a quick interview with Proxy revealing what exactly the Eastblock Jungles are. You can check out the full feature on Fader along with Proxy’s latest release, ‘Junk’ on Dim Mak. 

01. Proxy – Revolution
02. French Fries – Space & Smoke (Justin Martin Remix)
03. Daniel Avery – Need Electric (Original Mix)
04. Marseille – Underground
05. Boy 8-Bit – We Move By Night Blood Music
06. Zombie Nation – Brownsville
07. Clouds – Those Cracks In Your Face, Do They Hurt! (Truss Remix)
08. Clouds – Krafterah (Original Mix)
09. MPIA3 – Acid Badger
10. Posthuman – The Benz (Ben Sims Acid Remix)

Bloody Beetroots Launch Social Media Platform, Church of Noise

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Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo aka The Bloody Beetroots is unashamedly one of the most forward thinking musicians in the electronic music industry and his next announcement shows he has no sign of stopping. Using the team and technology behind Lady Gaga’s Little Monsters, Rifo has worked closely with US agency, Backplane, to launch the first full interactive social media platform exclusively for an electronic artist. The platform is effectively a “cultural-musical movement” which allows for artists, musicians and fans alike to join an exclusive network and share their music and art, and collaborate with others within the community.

Integrating YouTube, Soundcloud, and photos, Church of Noise is an online safe-haven enriched by the ability to upload, comment and share your own creations and have them exist as part of a congregation of similar minds. Its aim is to cultivate freedom of speech and provide a platform to be shared within a congregation and ultimately get you one step closer to Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. Status will be awarded to more regular users starting their journey as a Rebel, a more frequent user will quickly be upgraded to an Advocate and once truly part of the revolution will become a Champion. The launch of the new platform takes place during the world premiere of the new Bloody Beetroots LIVE show in Australia, and will see the platform host an array of unseen and exclusive content relating to the new live show.

The Church Of Noise community started out in 2011 as a result of the same-titled track, originally a collaboration with Dennis Lyxzén of Swedish hardcore punk-pioneers Refused and The (International) Noise Conspiracy. The song holds a siren-call of strings, bass and lyrical manifesto: “…It only takes a sound to change the beaten path/It only takes love and courage to take it all back”… View the video HERE:

You can sign up to the platform: to become part of the revolution.

@FelixCartal Announces February Tour Dates

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Looks like Felix Cartal has a bright and busy February ahead of him with his upcoming Australia & Asia tour. The Canadian producer has announced nine tour dates through out the two continents. This tour is a great follow up to Felix’s latest release with Autoerotique, “The Alarm” which is now available for purchase. 


Tour Dates

2-8-13 – Melbourne – Wah Wah Lounge
2-9-13 – Sydney – Zooper Dooper Boat Party (Day)
2-9-13 – Sydney – Whaat Club
2-10-13 – Perth – The Court Hotel
2-15-13 – Wollongong – Onefiveone
2-16-13 – Brisbane – Family Club
2-21-13 – Bali, Indonesia – Woo Bar @ W Hotel
2-22-13 – Macau, People’s Republic of China – Club Cubic
2-23-13 – Bangkok – Q Bar

BXXX – Rebellion (Lies) Beatport Chart

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Last week we released the two track EP featuring, BXXX’s latest track Rebellion (Lies) along with the remix from Dances With White Girls.  In honor of the EP, BXXX has compiled ten tracks for his chart featuring tracks from Skrillex, Autoerotique, M83, Nero, and others. You can grab the collection on Beatport now.

Track List

  1. Cubic Zirconia – Fuck Work (Dances With White Girls Remix)
  2. Junior Sanchez – I Believe In featuring – Karmen
  3. Skrillex – With You, Friends (Long Drive)
  4. Danny Avila – Breaking Your Fall
  5. Nero – Must Be The Feeling
  6. Wolfgang Gartner – Love & War
  7. Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf
  8. M83 – Teen Angst
  9. Paul Kalkbrenner – Revolte
  10. Autoerotique – Turn Up The Volume