Watch our latest video as Dim Mak takes you behind the scenes for the 2012 Beatpatrol Festival. Our stage at the Austrian festival had an amazing line up with performances from Steve Aoki, Autoerotique, Tommy Trash, Clockwork, Mustard Pimp (Live), PeaceTreaty, Dan Sena, Jidax, Haezer, and iPunk.
With today’s release of Proxy’s debut album, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES PART 1, we’d like to thank a few blogs for the awesome features and reviews, and urge you all to take a look.
Hammarica.com recently caught up with Proxy in an exclusive interview regarding the album release, EDM scene in Russia, and more! Check out the interview here to get to know the man behind the music a little better.
Along with the interview, Exclaim featured the album stating the release, “explores rave culture and classic drum and bass music, with the collection’s sound.” The feature focuses on Red Juke, one of the eleven tracks on Proxy’s release. You can read the full feature on Exclaim.com.
Last but not least, MTV Hive featured the album along with the track Raw stating, “Raw turns out to be something Harrison Ford could surely kick some ass to.” You can read full feature on MTVHive.com.
For more info on Music From The Eastblock Jungles Part 1, click here.
“The Wait Is Over. The World Is Over.”
After years of anticipation, Proxy at last presents his debut LP, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES, PT. 1. Beloved by top DJs and stadium crowds the world over, the undisputed master of the “Turn It Up to 11” movement has created an album that harnesses the pure spirit of legit rave culture, with 11 tracks that span and elevate countless genres – notably inflected by classic bass and DnB – without regard for trends or ephemeral influences. The album is the product of an artist who forged a sound in complete isolation, with visa problems leading him to entrench himself in the middle of nowhere in his native Russia, continuing in the UK rave tradition of his Essex-spawned idols, The Prodigy.
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