LA-based producer Deorro made a HUGE splash in the EDM community with Top10 Beatport Main Charting “Dechorro” and is now back for round two with a new package of massive remixes from Australian’s Uberjak’d & Chardy, and PandaFunk soldier, Whyel.
“150 BPM” received over 1,000 remix treatments from around the globe, but only two were chosen to be released on the remix EP. We would like to congratulate the Grand Prize winner ‘The Unit’ who revamped the tune with bass in-your-face growls and agreed that “this track would be a hit at 150 beats per minute!” The runner up ‘Not Available’ was personally chosen by Coone for his well crafted switch up from Hardstyle to Big Room House.
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.
Last November, bass music guru Borgore rocked dance floors around the world with the release of the hugely popular Wild Out EP, available now on Dim Mak Records and praised by ROLLING STONE. He continues the madness with the Wild Out (Remixes) EP, out January 28 on Dim Mak Records. The original track features the furious raps of Waka Flocka Flame and the sultry vocals of Paige over Borgore’s bass-heavy antics and hip-hop-influenced sounds. Now, producers/DJs Ookay, Riggi & Piros, Grandtheft x Torro Torro, MUST DIE!, and Evan Gartner give their original takes on this energy-filled remix package.
The Wild Out (Remixes) EP features endless club bangers from a diverse array of electronic dance music styles. Big room hitter Ookay rises up into electrifying terror with his remix spotlighting euphoric chords and fast-driven rhythms. Dynamic DJ duo Riggi & Piros bring an unbelievable anthem as their massive rendition adds a whole new flavor by utilizing darker chords, ultimately morphing “Wild Out” into yet another dance-heavy tune. Two of dance music’s hottest new artists Grandtheft and Torro Torro join forces to unleash a monstrous frenzy of heavy kick drums and trippy synths. MUST DIE! drops an intense party track that features his signature dubstep spin that leaves bass fans head banging for nights on end. Rising producer Evan Gartner, winner of the official “Wild Out” remix contest presented by Dim Mak, Mixmag, and Wavo, delivers proper, trap-certified drops guaranteed to make trapstyle fans contort their faces into brand new shapes.
[highlight style=”bordered”][highlighttext title=”DOWNLOAD | STREAM” titlesize=”h3″ subtitle=””][/highlighttext][highlightbutton][button color=default-button3 url=”http://georiot.co/i549″ size=”small-button” target=”_blank”]ITUNES[/button] [button color=default-button3 url=”http://btprt.dj/KxZJkn” size=”small-button” target=”_blank”]BEATPORT[/button] [button color=default-button3 url=”http://georiot.co/a549″ size=”small-button” target=”_blank”]AMAZON[/button] [button color=default-button3 url=”http://youtu.be/rzULOrz0Qn0″ size=”small-button” target=”_blank”]YOUTUBE[/button] [button color=default-button3 url=”http://dmak.co/549sc” size=”small-button” target=”_blank”]SOUNDCLOUD[/button][/highlightbutton][/highlight]Grammy-nominated international producer/DJ Steve Aoki joins forces with Grammy-Award-winning, multi-platinum alternative rock band Linkin Park to release the A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES (Remixes) EP. Aoki and Linkin Park enlist a diverse pool of producers to remix their massive hit collaboration “A Light That Never Comes.” Featuring renditions from Rick Rubin, Vicetone, Angger Dimas, Coone, as well as Aoki’s personal favorite remix from twoloud, the A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES (Remixes) EP takes the original and flips it into the worlds of electro, house, hardstyle, and beyond.
Grammy-nominated international producer/DJ Steve Aoki joins forces with Grammy-Award-winning, multi-platinum alternative rock band Linkin Park to release the A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES (Remixes) EP. Aoki and Linkin Park enlist a diverse pool of producers to remix their massive hit collaboration “A Light That Never Comes.” Featuring renditions from Rick Rubin, Vicetone, Angger Dimas, Coone, and others, the A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES (Remixes) EP takes the original and flips it into the worlds of electro, house, hardstyle and beyond.
Steve Aoki drops the Bring You To Life (Transcend) [Remixes] today (12.03.13) on Dim Mak Records featuring the original version of “Bring You To Life (Transcend)” with house producer Rune RK featuring vocalist RAS with new remixes from fellow Dim Mak artists Dirtyphonics, Qulinez, and Garmiani. On Bring You To Life (Transcend) [Remixes], French bass act/band Dirtyphonics takes the pop-leaning track into deep bass territory, while Swedish production duo Qulinez goes heavy in the electro space. Producer Garmiani closes out the package with a darker-edged electro kick.
Montreal production/DJ duo Botnek bring the fire again with ‘I Know / Through the Night’ (Remixes) EP. Recently released singles “I Know” and “Through the Night” are given makeovers by a solid selection of artists that all know how to push forward the boundaries of contemporary electronic music.
The Back Off, Bitch! remix EP invites a diverse palate of producers to try their hand at the Static Revenger and Kay original. Dim Mak enlists the help of Melbourne Bounce favorite J-Trick to give this electro track a much needed Down Under attack. Next up are two remixes by Jealous Much?, taking cues from hip-hop and trap music while keeping the house intact as well. Alter Natives shows off the true trap end of the spectrum, slowing the electro house to a proper hip-hop speed. Last but not least is the jolliest of the package, Taco Cat’s remix dub. Keeping with the Melbourne Bounce theme, the “Back Off, Bitch!” lead has been made into the happiest sounding remix of 2013. The track may be titled “Back Off, Bitch!”– but this remix will clearly put smiles on faces.
Now firmly cemented as one of the staple tracks in the Dirtyphonics discography, “Hanging On Me” made headlines earlier in 2013 for its huge dubstep sound. Now a number of versatile artists have lent their hands to remix this dancefloor devastator into wholly different creations.
Borgore and Ookay teamed up for their remix of “Hanging On Me”, bringing together two different genres into one tight package. The first drop in this track leans on devastating hardstyle sounds with its snapping kicks. The second drop however will surely leave crowds surprised, as it breaks into a full trap workout. The Kastle remix goes into a polar opposite direction. Pulling off the fresh new remixed sound seamlessly, the Kastle remix is proper 2-step garage. This track fits perfectly into club sets, with its warm lead sounds and triplet sections, all whilst keeping Liela Moss’s vocals intact. Finally, the Slogun & iOh remix turns “Hanging On Me” into the drum & bass we know and love. A sizable reworking of the original track’s synths turns this remix into a break-beaten killer track for the D&B massive.
SAVAGE SKULLS & DOUSTER released the Bass Kick EP in early 2013, a mixture of 808’s, garage and even Dutch influences across its tracks. The time has come for a number of producers to try their hands at these songs, with DON RIMINI, ASTRONOMAR, DONOVANS and SWICK at their respective helms for the Bass Kick Remix EP. DON RIMINI‘s take on “Bass Kick” is club-friendly house, filled with percussive and bass elements that’ll keep the crowd moving. The hip-hop touch for “Bass Kick” is provided by ASTRONOMAR, fusing breakbeats with the electronic elements we know and love. “TRT” is a garage highlight for 2013, and the DONOVANS remix goes one step further, taking the vocal one shots and piano leads of the original “TRT” and adding in a distinctly hard and distorted kick to amplify the drop portions. The SWICK remix of “TRT” turns up the dub end of things, opting towards a phat lead and tight hi-hats galore. Whether it be house, hip-hop, or garage, the Bass Kick Remix EP has something for everyone.