Following a massive performance at this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, Los Angeles-based producer/DJ CARNAGE is teaming up with Dim Mak for the release of his upcoming single “Michael Jordan,” a collaboration with Dutch producer Tony Junior. Set for release July 23, “Michael Jordan”—an homage to the iconic basketball player and his legendary jersey number—shows CARNAGE flirting with enormous trance builds and thrashing hardstyle flavor for a new sound set to take the EDM crowds by storm. “Michael Jordan” is a genre-blurring track that carries a unique style only CARNAGE and Tony Junior can call their own.
Yolanda Be Cool’s newest single “Sweat Naked,” off their latest album ‘Ladies and Mentalmen’ out now on Dim Mak Records, undeniably lives up to its racy name. This rhythmically driven tune, with its industrial drum sound and unique, hypnotizing vocals, encompasses the classic underground vibe that takes you back to the good ol’ warehouse rave days. Powered by Yolanda Be Cool’s love for diversity and juxtaposition, inclusion and craziness, “Sweat Naked” will make you want to bare down and do just that!
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Music is universal. It transcends. It has the ability to transport the listener to another world, another time, displacing any worries he or she may have. There’s nothing like a track that delivers a powerful element of nostalgia.
Felix Cartal’s new single, “Young Love”, taken from his upcoming Past Present Felix EP, embodies the season that often evokes such memories …summer. With a sun-drenched beat, chilling vocals provided by Koko LaRoo, lyrics of youthfulness and the infectious energy that we’ve come to expect from Felix, “Young Love” is a melodious song with enough zest to amp up even the most discerning of music lovers. It’s classic, it’s fresh, it feels the way young love should…it’s everything we love about Felix’s flawless resonance.
Our latest addition to the Dim Mak powerhouse roster, Botnek are the future. Hand picked by Steve Aoki and Autoerotique as the next big thing to watch out for, we cant wait to show you ‘Through the Night’ – a guaranteed festival staple this year. After massive remixes for Porter Robinson and Mat Zo (‘Easy’) and supports from a who’s who in the world of dance music, we’re sure you’ll agree Botnek is ready for prime time.
Toronto duo Autoerotique are back with “Asphyxiation,” out today via Dim Mak Records. The provocative video for the track is also out today, premiering exclusively on BroBible. Directed by Amos LeBlanc, the titillating video for “Asphyxiation” is Autoerotique’s first music video since 2011’s viral hit “Turn Up The Volume.”
Autoerotique carries an infinite smorgasbord of sounds ranging from electro to metal, techno, Dutch house with a dash of indie-rock, and a pinch of ska plus everything in-between and tastefully serves them with every project. Their ambiguous, shape-shifting style boasts eclecticism and innovation.
But in all things Autoerotique, their latest work, Asphyxiation, will be considered their masterpiece. The track and its video counterpart are meticulously executed in a way that should require a precautionary label – grab your inhalers. Everything they were and everything they are breathes in Asphyxiation. From the iconic rises of Bubonic, the rumbling bass of ‘Turn up the Volume’, to the confusing, yet perfectly executed triplet mayhem of EKG – it’s all there in unison. The musically inclined minds of Autoerotique are always persisting to captivate industry buffs and fans alike perpetuating their increasingly global presence.
Some of the biggest tracks on Dim Mak have been the result of collaborations while on tour including Phat Brahms, Madness, and No Beef. Felix Cartal & Clockwork are keeping the tradition alive with their latest release, “The Fire.”
A year ago, the duo found themselves collaborating on the Different Faces Tour which resulted in the creation of “The Fire”. After perfecting the track the guys then shipped it off to Madame Buttons who tied it together with her feverish vocals.
The production brings out the best of Felix Cartal and Clockwork, combining their talents to produce the ultimate dance track. Just in time for Summer, “The Fire” will be sure to heat up any room with its big house sound and catchy lyrics.
Right off the bat, the name Marc Benjamin may not ring any immediate bells, but we can almost guarantee that if you have attended the shows of heavy hitters such as Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke, and Tiesto, you’d recognize the hits produced by this Dutch superstar. Marc Benjamin has been making dance floors tremble since he was just a tween and now, with a decade or so under his belt, he’s showing the rest of the world what he can do. His latest release, “Last Night” which is out today on Dim Mak Records, isn’t too overpowering but has all the elements needed to get festival and club-goers bouncing. It’s the kind of track you’d want playing on a gorgeous Saturday evening, cruising around town with your favorite people, arms hanging out the window. It’s the kind of track that makes you feel rather infinite. “Last Night” will definitely be in the foreground of all your summer adventures, and you’ll find yourself clamoring for more of Marc Benjamin to caress your eardrums.
NEZZO emerges from the “Shadows” with his debut single on Dim Mak Records. With his sterling background in vocal production, he teams up with Summer School to create a kicking progressive house banger. Written by Matthew Koma featuring RAS on the top line, this is the first of many anthemic vocal tracks to come.
AutoErotique & Felix Cartal “The Alarm” assembles a skyscraper build tall enough to leave you wide eyed. AutoErotique & Felix Cartal dont just sound “The Alarm”, this track rolls, pumps, shouts and is on a steadfast skyrocket to “unreal”. These Canadian maestros bring a high degree of dance with enough bombshells to make you question why you would assume predictability for this track. Just take a listen and thank us later.
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