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Rev up your engines and roll down your windows cause San Diego producer Ookay has blessed us with the third volume of his Night Drive Mix. Flowing freely from deep house grooves into summery nu-disco dreams and low-end bass bombs, this fifteen minute mix caps off with Ookay’s forthcoming release “Ghost” out soon on Dim Mak Records.
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Annie Nightingale featured a guest mix from the amazing Toronto trio Keys N Krates. The mix gets another spin, plus the usual big bass tunes, including Gesaffelstein, Skrillex, Baauer and Daniel Avery.
Keys N Krates “SOLOW” EP on iTunes: itun.es/i6FK4VK
Come celebrate the release of John Dahlback’s newest release, “Uh Oh!” To mark the occasion, John has prepared a high energy set that features some of Dim Mak’s heaviest releases from artists like Steve Aoki, Torro Torro, Skitzofrenix, Botnek, PeaceTreaty, Bot & Tai, LA Riots, Charlie Darker, Duvoh, and Keys N Krates. This mix is ready to pump up any crowd, with relentless tunes like “Play It Again” by Autoerotique, and electro bangers like “Slow Down,” from Showtek.
Grab your dancing shoes, listen to the tracks and peep the track list here: http://mixes.beatport.com/mix/id/112627
Steve Aoki and his label, Dim Mak, are gearing up for a huge Electric Zoo weekend in New York, and the DJ-producer is getting his mind right with this wild “Electric Zoo 2013” mix. Aoki keeps hard-hitting drops a priority, but offers dancers a chance to catch their breath with a set of varied dynamics and tempo changes. Aoki’s pummeling remix of Dirtyphonics‘ “No Stopping Us” rolls into the shifty, disorienting piano samples of Proxy’s “9000.” Later, Showtek’s titanic elastic bounce on “Slow Down” transforms into the echoing claps and glimmering synth chimes on Etienne De Crecy‘s remix of Yolanda Be Cool’s “Sweat Naked.” Aoki makes sure the fun comes in all shapes and sizes.
Read more at: RollingStone.com
1. Keys N Krates – “Dum De Dum”
2. Clockwork – “Surge (Deorro Remix)”
3. Dirtyphonics – “No Stopping Us (Steve Aoki Remix)”
4, Proxy – “9000”
5. Autoerotique – “Play It Again”
6. Felix Cartal – “After Dark”
7. Tritonal and 7 Skies – “Reset”
8. Dan Sena and Steve Aoki – “Omega feat. Miss Palmer”
9. Showtek – “Slow Down”
10. Yolanda Be Cool – “Sweat Naked (Etienne De Crecy Remix)”
11. Angger Dimas – “Release me (Digital Lab Remix)”
12. Tommy Trash – “Blair Bitch Project (Hot Mouth Remix)”
13. Steve Aoki – “Boneless”
14. Carnage and Tony Junior – “Michael Jordan”
He just got back from the Grammy Awards, but Steve Aoki is already back with another podcast of “Aoki’s House”!
Already number 4 and it sure is a pleasure for you mind and might just give that eargasm you’re looking for.
Subscribe here: http://smarturl.it/aokipodcast
If you’re a fan of TAI, make sure to check out The Metropolitan Jolt’s latest feature on the German musician. The Metropolitan Jolt is doubling up with this feature offering a free download of TAI’s guest mix and an exclusive interview. The online magazine sat down with the producer for an interview regarding his recent release with Dim Mak, upcoming projects, DJ sets, and more. You can read the full interview here. Enjoy!
Check out our first installment of our newest series, Dim Mak Sundays Monthly Mix for our Sunday party at Drai’s Hollywood. Fashen is the first to cut the ribbon this month with his hour and a half mix featuring tracks from Angger Dimas, RL Grime, Zed’s Dead, Dillon Francis, Autoerotique, Daft Punk, Miike Snow, and more!
Check back every month for new episodes of this exclusive series featuring our residents Thee Mike B, DJ Metric, and Fashen.
To celebrate the release of the album and the launch of the tour, AZARI & III have unleashed an exclusive mix for tastemaker outlet XLR8R as part of their celebrated podcast series. Stream and download the AZARI & III XLR8R episode here: http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2012/10/azari-iii.
XLR8R has been following the exploits of Azari & III for quite some time. Back in the summer of 2010, we did an in-depth feature on the elusive outfit, and in the months and years that followed, we’ve seen the Toronto-based group turn out a solid array of singles, videos, and even a self-titled debut full-length, all without thrusting themselves completely into the spotlight. Even now, as the album is being reissued today—surprisingly enough, via the Dim Mak imprint—and the group is set to embark on a large-scale North American tour put together by Barcelona’s Sónar festival, the popularity of Azari & III can largely be traced back to one thing: the music…More & Tracklist