New Zealand-based producer QUIX has a knack for unique sound design, which shines through on “Riot Call (feat. Nevve).” Ebullient vocals juxtaposed with low-end hypnotic drops push the boundaries of pop on yet another creative single from the rising young producer.
Dutch producers Laidback Luke and Made in June join forces on Dim Mak for their aptly titled single “Paradise.” Fusing warm synths with the airy vocals of Bright Lights, the blissful tune shows Laidback Luke’s range as he steps out of his electro comfort zone on this stunning crossover house song.
Sam F is back on Dim Mak with his upbeat future bass jam “Limitless,” featuring the flawless vocals of Sophie Rose. Synthesizing harmonic piano keys with clean saws, the song leads into a melodic trap breakdown with feel-good vocal chops.
Croatia’s Matroda wastes no time getting down on this bass house single. Through haunted vocals and distorted basslines, Matroda creates a contagious late night warehouse jam.
MORTEN returns to Dim Mak with the grimy club heater “TTFU,” teaming up with New Jersey duo Riggi & Piros to offer up a ruthless 128BPM dubstep-influenced beast.
In a fierce blend of bass house and breaks Croatian beatsmith Matroda delivers the sinister “Ghetto Funk,” using eerie synth plucks and wicked wobbles to deliver a behemoth of a Dim Mak debut.
Prolific Italian beatmaker Big Fish teams up with Kende on their New Noise debut “Lose My Mind,” a retro electro-funk jam rife with vocoders and soaring vocals from David Blank.
Bermudan producer / DJ Noise Cans returns to Dim Mak with “Caan Dun,” a gleaming crossover tune evoking an irie Caribbean vibe through warm bass undertones and the R&B-tinged vocal stylings of Louise Chantál.
Dim Mak’s “Greatest Hits 2016: Remixes” offers a selection of the best remixed tracks to come off the label from the past year. A collection of hits ranging from progressive and electro to future bass and trap (and everything in between), the compilation features artists like Keys N Krates, 3LAU, Rain Man, Tropkillaz, Garmiani, MORTEN, Botnek, KRANE, and many more!
Making his New Noise debut, budding Australian producer Spaces brings the mystical vibes with “Day Dream,” using glitchy 8-bit arpeggios and celestial vocal chops to deliver a jaw-dropping future bass tune.
Intertwining bouncy chord progressions with insanely catchy vocal chops, LA producer Eliminate makes a riveting New Noise debut with his electro bass stunner “Goodbye.”