#FreeFriday Episode No. 127: Riddim Commission – Gonna Tear Us Apart

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#FreeFriday Episode No. 126: Overjoy – “Like A Wave” ft. Lex Famous

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Exclusive Interview With Dirtyphonics via DMC World

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The guys of Dirtyphonics sat down with DMC World Magazine to discuss what they’ve been up to this past year. The guys give you the answers to a wide range of questions from their thoughts on Coachella to why they chose Dim Mak as their label. You can read the full feature on DMC World Magazine here, as well as catch up on their March release,Irreverence’ on Dim Mak. 

Catch The Faint @ In-Between Coachella Tour Dates

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The Faint have two scheduled shows in-between their Coachella dates this year! Tonight the band will be making their way to Santa Ana for their performance at The Observatory and will then travel down South for their San Diego show on Wednesday, April 17 at Fluxx.

This is the perfect opportunity to catch the band if you’re not making your way to the desert this year (#NO-CHELLA). For more information on the dates, check out their official website. 

Dim Mak @ Coachella 2013

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This past Friday the Coachella line up was finally released unveiling over 160 artists including our very own Infected Mushroom, Dirtyphonics, and Booka Shade. We couldn’t be more proud to see these three artists included in the line up this year especially after the success of their latest releases on Dim Mak including Friends on Mushrooms Vol. 1 from Infected Mushroom,  Dirty from Dirtyphonics, and Honeyslave from Booka Shade. Can’t wait to see everyone at Coachella!


Atari Teenage Riot: Coachella-Bound and Beyond…

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Coachella 2012 will be another great year for Dim Mak, with 4 major artists in it’s presence. Atari Teenage Riot will take the stage, bringing “Is The Hyperreal” soundwaves through the desert skies. This upcoming performance has received major anticipation by the festival-goers and press alike. reported on the future event as one of the “can’t miss acts” of the weekend…
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Atari Teenage Riot & KROQ Present an Exclusive Coachella Mix

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As you may know, ATR will be heading to the desert as part of Coachella, set to perform Friday April 13th and 20th. Make sure you make it a point to see them live at Coachella! In the late 90s Atari Teenage Riot (ATR) emerged out of the electronica genre, to subvert all rules of rock and techno music. The seminal band was too radical in its views and statements and simply too loud and noisy to fit in neatly inside any genre. ATR’s records stand as a testament to the years 1992-2000, where anything seemed possible.

Read more: DJ Jeremiah Red – Soundwaves & Crossfades [Coachella Spotlight] – Guest Mix By Atari Teenage Riot’s Alec Empire

55 DSL x Ferrino x Dim Mak Survival Kit – Coachella Sale, Only $69.99!

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Seeing how winter left Southern California fairly quickly, and the outdoor season is starting to appear, we’ve thrown in a limited deal for all future tenters looking to seek nightly shelter in the refuge of alternative-relevance and top-tier camping equipment. As an added and extended benefit to all 175,000+ attendants of Coachella, you can now pardon yourself from overspending on campsite accessories with this insane bundled package.

The official 55 DSL x Ferrino x Dim Mak Survival Kit includes the following:
– 3 Man Tent, outfitted in an array of Dim Mak flavor
– ‘Pack and Go’ Tent Sleeve
– Dim Mak Limited Edition Tee
– Dim Mak Survival CD Sampler

This Coachella Sale will be good until further notice… With a limited price of $69.99! Purchase your Survival Kit today here.

REFUSED: They’re baaack…

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New Noise (feat. Refused) – Single


We had a band once, in Umeå. We would pile in a van, like every other punkband, and thunder off in pursuit of friends and glory in some basement in front of 20 people, 50 people, in towns 4-5 hours away. Sometimes there would be more than a hundred people and we would later in the week refer to that as a “big show”. We were ambitious, but we didn’t think of it as a career. We never made any fiscal sense whatsoever during 7 years of touring. Like most punkbands, it never occured to us to even try. We had a scene, we had some politics and we had just a hint of artistic ambition. True to our swedish roots we got very serious very fast. And then suddenly we got good. It’s a delicate path to tread for precocious twentysomethings anywhere on the planet, but this particular bunch didn’t make it. And that was fine. Most enterprises in life are unrelated to incredibly violent rock music.

It’s been a motley 14 years since our band came apart. We’ve all kept busy in our respective endeavors but we’ve all remained friends and kept in touch. There have been offers, and lots of jokes about these offers. We’ve sort of looked down from our high horses and made fun of people who’ve just wanted to share the psychopathic intensity that we would deliver on a nightly basis in our post-pubescent prime. A reunion has just seemed irrelevant to us. Too much other shit to do.

But then Kristofer got his degree from the Swedish opera academy, Jons medical studies began drawing to a close and Dennis and David started a new hardcore band together. Finally, after a decade and a half hiatus, Kristofer picked up the guitar again. Which made David want to play the drums again. Which in turn led to all four of us suddenly making new music in assorted constellations. As all this was brewing, Coachella got in touch. There were a couple of phone-calls, lots of skepticism, some hesitant enthusiasm before one of us basically said: “– This is ridiculous. There are friends of ours who would murder close relatives just to go see bands there. Let’s just do it, one last time.” And with that, socialist fag-loving pc scumbags were on the road again.

We never did “The shape of punk to come” justice back when it came out, too tangled up in petty internal bickering to really focus on the job. And suddenly there’s this possibility to do it like it was intended. We wanna do it over, do it right. For the people who’ve kept the music alive through the years, but also for our own sakes.

We feel that you deserve it and we hope the feeling is mutual.

See you in the pit. Refused

Atari Teenage Riot confirmed for Coachella!

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As announced by Alec Empire earlier this morning, Atari Teenage Riot is officially confirmed to perform at 2012’s Coachella Music Festival! More on the announcement will progress in the coming weeks.