Oliver Twizt

FEADZ (Ed BANGER) IS BACK IN LA FOR HIS ALBUM RELEASE PARTY @ #DimMakTuesdays!

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Tomorrow evening, January 14th, we are pleased to once again have our good friends at the legendary Ed Banger Records in the house for Feadz’s album release party where he’ll be promoting his latest LP Instant Alpha. Joining Feadz on the decks will be Sydney-based tech house producer Light Year, up and coming production duo Phantoms whose self-titled EP is out now on OWSLA’s Nest, LA-based producer Mike B, and our trusty resident Bones! This isn’t the first time Feadz has brought the beats to our beloved #DimMakTuesdays – last March, he tore up the decks with Oliver Twizt and gave LA a rare taste of what he and the Ed Banger crew have been cooking up over in Paris. Recently, we had the opportunity to chat directly with Feadz before the big event tomorrow and, needless to say, this producer is one game-changing BADASS.

Enjoy an exclusive preview of Instant Alpha  (100% satisfaction guaranteed) which is now available for purchase exclusively on Beatport!

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1.     What can people expect from your set this week at #DimMakTuesdays?

I hope the unexpected.

2.     This isn’t your first time playing #DimMakTuesdays – in fact, you played here last March with Oliver Twizt! What do you think about #DimMakTuesdays?

I had a warm welcome and reaction and I love the fact that it is on a Tuesday. For me it represents people’s concern about music and not a random crowd who is going out on the weekend.

3.     You’ve been referred to as “a child of hip hop,” can you tell us some of the artists who’ve influenced your music from the beginning? How do you feel your sound has evolved throughout the years from hip hop style turntablism to more techno-sounding productions?

Public Enemy has been the major influence in my life – so much room for scratching and so much great music, pitched down or up or manipulated in extreme ways for a result that is unexpected and not regular  in a classic music eye. I think hip hop is becoming more & more techno over the years – it’s more minimal, it’s more synthetic, and I think my sound has followed the same path unconsciously.

4.     You were in a scratch band in the early 90’s, what was that like?

It was a lot of guys, of lot of smoke, a lot of sweat, and a lot of technical practice. It was great for a while.

5.     You’ve been with the legendary Ed Banger Records since 2005, how did that partnership first come about?

Paris is small and Pedro Winter has always been an influential DJ, so from my first records, I was giving them to him and he was liking my sound. As soon as he created the label, he offered to release my music.

6.     It’s been awhile since you’ve been in LA, what are you most looking forward to while being out here? What’s your take on the LA music scene?

Of course i’m looking for better weather than here, and I’m very glad to show LA the music that I consider to be the best . I feel very far from the scene, being at the Hard Festival last year in LA I couldn’t believe the amount of horrible music I heard. For a country who invented techno music, I can’t believe the direction it went in and the music that is popular out there. I’m sorry to say that but I think Americans have terrible taste when it comes to electronic music. But on the other hand, it’s never been that popular so it’s still good and I got faith on many U.S. producers who are gonna level it up.

7.     You’ve done remixes for Boys Noize, Cashmere Cat, Surkin, & Mr. Oizo to name a few. What have been some of your favorite collaborations so far?

All those mentioned here are collabs that have made me very happy . I couldn’t really choose a favorite amongst them.

8.     What’s your take on the evolution of djing and what do you see as the future of edm?

DJing is turning more and more has a producer representation. It’s a little sad that the original job of the DJ – finding great music for you to discover and dance to – is thought less of than your average entertainer (who is gonna play easy and raise his hands on every track to put you in the mood). And as I was saying, I think the music can only get better as I think it’s pretty horrible right now – just my opinion though, I’m known to be pretty critical but it’s just because it’s important to me.

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Tuesday, January 14th

LINEUP:

Feadz (Soundcloud)
Light Year (Soundcloud)
Phantoms (Soundcloud)
Thee Mike B (Soundcloud)
Bones (Soundcloud)

ENTRY:

$5 w/ RSVP before 11 p.m. ($10 after) | RSVP to GuestList@DimMak.com (hurry because the guest list is filling up fast!)
Or purchase presale tickets here to ensure entry.

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♬ Out Now: Yolanda Be Cool – Sweat Naked (Remixes)

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Yolanda Be Cool, fresh off the release of their latest album “Ladies & Mentalmen,” are revitalizing their sound once again with “Sweat Naked (Remixes).” The original track harkens back to ’90s house music with high octane bass and unstoppable energy on every level. The remixes are provided by the likes of Etienne de CrecyOliver TwiztThe Japanese PopstarsHarris Robotis, and Sub Antix, five producers who provide the track with varying degrees of hype and originality. Where one remix sounds like a stadium anthem, another sounds like a club banger, and so it goes for the entire remix lineup Yolanda Be Cool has put together. Each remix manages to stay true to the original sound, which is crunchy and fun, whilst enhancing it with genre-specific tastes. “Sweat Naked (Remixes)”is a true gem that is as sexy as it is smart.

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YOLANDA BE COOL’S TOUR DATES

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♬ Out Now: Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas – Singularity feat. My Name Is Kay

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When Steve Aoki teamed up with Angger Dimas and My Name Is Kay, the result was the totally electrifying underground hit “Singularity”. Now we’re back with the “Singularity” remixes provided by Tim Mason, Topher Jones, and Oliver Twizt. The new remixes improve on the already flawless design of a track that was spellbinding all on its own.

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XXX Beatport Charts From Angger Dimas & Oliver Twizt Now Available

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Just last week we released the dynamic track, “XXX” from Oliver  Twizt and Angger Dimas. Now we have the official Beatport Charts from both artists. With two indivual charts selected by Oliver Twizt & Angger Dimas each chart stands strong, however together these charts create an incredible mix with a variety of tracks from Showtek, Afrojack, Laidback Luke, South Central, and more. You can grab both charts on Beatport now as well as their recent “XXX” release. 

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  1. Angger Dimas – Resurrection
  2. DImitiri Vegas, Like Mike, Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas – Phat Brahms (Coone Remix)
  3. Oliver Twizt, Angger Dimas – XXX
  4. Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas, South Central – Steve Jobs
  5. Showtek, Hardwell – How We Do
  6. Tom Fall – iROK
  7. South Central – Star Wars
  8. Laidback Luke, Polina – Night Like This (Dyro Remix)

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Track List

  1. Oliver Twizt, Angger Dimas – XXX
  2. Oliver Twizt – Let Me See You Do It
  3. Bassjackers, Dyro – Grid
  4. Showtek – Slow Down
  5. Brookers – A Go Go
  6. Armin van Buuren, W&W – D# Fat
  7. Afrojack – Air Guitar
  8. Laidback Luke – Pogo (feat. Majestic) (Congorock Edit)
  9. Dog Blood – Next Order
  10. MOTI – Krack!

Out Now: Oliver Twizt & Angger Dimas – XXX

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Oliver Twizt is known throughout the scene for his ability to fuse dirty Dutch bleeps and beeps with hard hitting electro synths. Angger Dimas is similarly renowned for bringing massive tracks that crush even the largest of arenas. When you combine all of their abilities what you get is something that truly blows everything else out of the water. Dim Mak is pleased to announce the recent collaboration between these two all-stars, “XXX”, out today on Dim Mak Records. Be sure to scope out the track, along with the handful of remixes from P.A.F.F, Sven Kirchof, Andy’s iLL, Hot Mouth, and Vandalism & Mr. Fluff.  Don’t be surprised if you start to hear this one fused into sets throughout the globe. 

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Oliver Twizt’s North American “XXX” Tour

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Oliver Twizt has brought up some of the dirtiest remixes as well as his own banging productions. His most recent collaboration with Dim Mak’s Angger Dimas, titled “XXX”, provides us with a salacious track that we just can’t resist. In celebration of this release, Twizt plans to embark upon a North American tour which kicks of March 5th in Orlando, Florida. With over 12 stops, this excursion is sure to bring the heat and offer fans the chance to witness some of his best dirty Dutch-esque vibes. Be sure to pre-order the “XXX” remix package, with re-works from the likes of Hot Mouth, Andy’s iLL, P.A.F.F. and many more! Click here to reserve your copy.

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Teaser: Oliver Twizt & Angger Dimas – XXX

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Two of the heaviest names in the industry have teamed up to bring us a collab of epic proportions. Angger Dimas combines his hard hitting electro with the dirty Dutch rhythms of Oliver Twizt for XXX, a single that intertwines big room cuts with dirty electro leads for an etorique-ly infectious track that we can’t stop playing. XXX is part of a larger EP featuring remixes from Vandalism & Mr. Fluff, Andy’s iLL, Hot Mouth, Sven Kirchhof, and P.A.F.F. Be sure to check out the teaser video for the track along with teasers of each of the remixes.

Be the first to have it by Pre-ordering on iTunes now!

Angger Dimas & Oliver Twizt – XXX (Hot Mouth Remix)

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artworks-000040477547-sw8egi-large-480x480Hot Mouth is back and with an awesome remix of Angger Dimas’s and Oliver Twizt’s big tune XXX. This production has a unique feel while absolutely destroying the dance floor with it’s big room, dirty electro sound. We highly recommend picking up this track when it releases on Dim Mak Records on February 26th.