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!
Dim Mak’s “Greatest Hits 2015: 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 trap and dancehall (and everything in between), the compilation features artists like Keys N Krates, SBCR aka The Bloody Beetroots, Chris Lorenzo, Vicetone, Dirtyphonics, Autoerotique, Lil Jon and many more!
Dim Mak’s Greatest Hits of 2015 offers a selection of the best tracks to come off the label from the past year. A collection of hits ranging from progressive and electro to trap and dancehall (and everything in between), the compilation features artists like Keys N Krates, SBCR aka The Bloody Beetroots, Vicetone, 3LAU, Dirtyphonics, Ookay, Autoerotique, MORTEN, Lil Jon and many more!
Before you launch into 2015 full force and let last year’s music fade into oblivion, revisit your favorite reworks of 2014 with Dim Mak’s Greatest Hits of 2014 (Remixes).
The stacked 19-track catalogue whisks listeners off to a nostalgic adventure through remixes of iconic records such as Botnek’s thunderous, Beatport chart-topping take on The Chainsmokers’ worldwide phenomenon “#SELFIE,” Bixel Boys’ unexpected, minimalistic rework of Botnek & 3LAU’s festival monster “Vikings” and Ookay’s 16 bit-inspired revamp of Borgore’s “Last Year.”
Other indelible tracks include Steve Aoki & Autoerotique vs. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s “Feedback (Kill FM Remix)” and Kenna’s “Relations (Justin Martin Remix).”
The compilation is capped off by reupholsterings from underground mavens Darq E Freaker and Penguin Prison, electro house legends Don Diablo and LA Riots, trap kingpins Yellow Claw, Thugli and Kennedy Jones, and of course label boss and party-starting expert Steve Aoki.
Last year marked many more milestones for the label with artists like Deorro, Clockwork, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Felix Cartal, Dirtyphonics, Keys N Krates, Coone, Angger Dimas, and Borgore coming to the forefront. The ‘Dim Mak Greatest Hits 2013: Remixes’ features all of these talented artists and more all in one package, summarizing a very memorable year for Dim Mak.
Dim Mak Records has been through thick and thin since Steve Aoki launched the label in 1996. Last year marked many more milestones for the label with artists like Deorro, Clockwork, Carnage, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Infected Mushroom, Felix Cartal, Dirtyphonics, Keys N Krates, Coone, Angger Dimas, Kenna, and Borgore coming to the forefront. The Dim Mak Greatest Hits 2013: Originals features all of these talented artists and more all in one package, summarizing a very memorable year for Dim Mak.
Dim Mak Records drops another bomb and lets loose a massive collection of prominent tracks from its 2012 catalog, ‘Dim Mak Greatest Hits of 2012: Volume 3′.
“This is the last of 3 volumes of the greatest hits from 2012 from Dim Mak Records. We put out so many influential records by some of the most important artists in their worlds. Huge releases from Angger Dimas, Botnek, South Central, Proxy, Yung Skeeter, Haezer, Mustard Pimp, Dan Sena and many more… Download Volume 3 and enjoy!” – Steve Aoki
Dim Mak Records wrap up the year by delivering the most prominent tracks of it’s 2012 catalog, ‘Dim Mak Greatest Hits of 2012: Volume 1’. The first collection features 15 tracks from a mix of vanguard artists including Azari & III, Autoerotique, Dirtyphonics, Proxy, Wax Motif & Neoteric, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Felix Cartal, Alvin Risk, Infected Mushroom and more. The vast, colorful collection will span over 3 volumes of Dim Mak music embedded in several genres and international appeal.
“Volume 1 of 3 compilations, features the best songs from the Dim Mak 2012 catalog that have been played by DJs from all around the world and those who have been a major influence from the Dim Mak roster. If you want a full taste of our greatest hits, get to licking!” – STEVE AOKI
Phat Brahms was the result of a collaboration between Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. The track made its debut at Tomorrowland, one of the largest music festivals in the world and was later featured in the official video. Killbot‘s album Sound Surgery took over the second spot on the iTunes dance chart after the release along with a feature as a New & Noteworthy album alongside Dirty from Dirtyphonics. This past year we also welcomed a number of artists to the Dim Mak roster including Azari & III, who made their U.S. debut with their self titled album and the dance music pioneer, DJ Pierre.
Volume 1 befits the beginning year of 2013, and rallies fans to get excited for Dim Mak’s new sounds set for release. Steve Aoki recaps on each of the 15 tracks below:
1. Proxy “Raven” – Out of all of Proxy’s hits, “Raven” was the definitive sound in electro, when it came out in 2009. Taken from his latest album ‘Music from the Eastblock Jungles’ ,which chronicles all of his hits
2. Azari & III “Reckless (With Your Love)” – Massive hit from their self-titled album, and is f****ing great single that has impressed DJs since 2009
3. Dirtyphonics “DIRTY” – Dirty is the first single off their upcoming album on Dim Mak Records; be sure to look out for it!
4. Killbot “Sound Surgery” – Sound Surgery is the introduction to Jonathan Davis’s brand new project, fusing dubstep and heavy metal
5. Wax Motif & Neoteric “Go Deep (Torro Torro Remix)” – Its one of the most played records, from Avicii to Skrillex. Literally everyone is playing that record all over the world…
6. Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas vs. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike “Phat Brahms” – Huge single; check out the remix package and music video coming soon…
7. DJ Pierre “Strobe Lights, Laser, Disco” – Excited to release this track from the “founder of acid house”.
8. Tiesto & Steve Aoki “Tornado feat. Polina (Kill The Noise Remix)” – Kill The Noise crushed it on this Tornado remix
9. Booka Shade “Tomorrow Belongs To Us” – Booka Shade’s best song since “Mandarin Girl” and “Body Language”
10. Felix Cartal “Tonight (feat. Maja Ivarsson from The Sounds)” – Biggest track off of Cartal’s Different Faces album
11. Autoerotique “Roll The Drums (Clockwork Remix)” – You will hear about Clockwork again in a later compilation as well. Roll The Drums Biggest vocal record from Autoerotique
12. South Central “BEAThoven” – Knife Party was rinsing this records in their sets constantly, so we had to put this out! its so massive and classical.
13. Albin Myers “Hells Bells” – Straight from Sweden, this massive record has been played from the likes of David Guetta to Tiesto
14. Alvin Risk “Psychotic” – One of my favorite records from 2012! Alvin Risk is incredible dj, amazing performer and producer
15. Infected Mushroom “Never Mind” – I feel Army of Mushrooms is the best album to date of their music. This is the first track from their album on Dim Mak, and was executive produced by me. I have a close connection with this album.