Welcome to The Aoki Files. This is a new web series Steve Aoki is doing focusing on all the new Dim Mak artists and their releases. Every week he will interview different artists that have released a new record on Dim Mak Records. This week is Azari & III. Dim Mak Records just released in the USA the long awaited “self titled” album that has been available elsewhere. Listen to the interview and find out more about Azari & III on this episode of Aoki Files.
Just a day after the release of Haezer’s new EP “The Wrong Kid Died,” the EP made it’s way to number #6 on the Beatport Electro House Top 100 list. Now you can uncover Haezer’s influences behind the successful EP in OMGITM’s interview feature with Haezer as he answers a few questions regarding his latest EP. Along with the feature OMGITM is also providing a free download of Haezers track, Crank it on Soundcloud.
Get the full interview on OMGITM.
If you picked up the latest issue of Billboard, you may have noticed that Dim Mak Artist J-Devil is briefly mentioned in the article, “6 questions with Rob Zombie.” Billboard references J-Devil in regards to asking Rob Zombie if he’ll follow in the footsteps of Jonathan Davis and try the “DJ/remixer thing.” If you haven’t done so already be sure to grab the latest issue and read what Zombie had to say.
Preview what’s to come from J Devil by subscribing to his Soundcloud channel here
The guys at Into The AM and Mustard Pimp go keyboard-to-keyboard on this latest interview. Check out what they had to say after the jump.
All you fans of Felix Cartal will enjoy this one, but it’s an extra special treat for those interested in a behind-the-scenes look at the production process. Video after the jump.
Gary Numan had a nice little Q+A with Planet Notion. Inside is a snippet from the interview…
Born Robert Raimon Roy, Rob Roy, as he’s known to the music community, is Dim Mak’s latest signee. Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, he has already released 2 full length projects and is working on his third album to be released by Dim Mak Records. I was fortunate enough to sit down with Rob last week to discuss everything from his early influences to his dream of being a college professor one day.