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.
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.
On IRREVERENCE, the forthcoming debut full-length album from DIRTYPHONICS due out March 19 on Dim Mak Records, the French electronic dance music quartet pens a new playbook for the genre. Merging heavy bass music, drum n’ bass, dubstep and electro with grimy club energy…
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!
For electronic dance music fans, the Sahara Tent is the center of Coachella. The infamous Sahara tent continues to grow year after year and has hosted some of the top EDM artists in the world, including Daft Punk and Paul Oakenfold. Friday saw performances by Mea, Feed Me, and LA Riots, among others. Get inside and see the world of Datsik under one roof… Or Vinyl lining, with his Friday-night, headlining performance.
RollingStone caught up with Datsik backstage at Coachella to see how it feels to headline Coachella, play 2 major shows in 2 weeks, and to be at the pinnacle of the dubstep & EDM lime light:
“I’m on this big scissor lift and throughout my set, I raise up over 10 feet,” enthused dubstep DJ Datsik backstage about his Coachella set, which headlined the festival’s electro-driven Sahara Tent on Friday night. “I have these crazy-looking robotic cryomen decked from head to toe in blue L.E.D. and eight feet tall. They’ve got blue and green and red lazers and they spray the whole crowd with cryo, super-cold mist stuff.”
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.
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.
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.
After a slew of YouTube video hints and minimalist advertisements giving away the ‘big update’, Coachella has released their full line-up for the 2012 run of the world renowned festival.