I*Wish*I will be picking up where they left off and reuniting with Dim Mak to breathe life back in their music and hardcore punk roots. I*Wish*I rejoins with debut single “Ideoglossia”, referring to the private languages of young children, especially twins.
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Robert Raimon Roy has released “Dookie,” the latest single off his newly released album, Le Tigre Blanc accompanied with a quirky lyric video created by Listen 04. Dookie is a great follow up track to his last single, Robert Raimon Roy providing an incredible guitar breakdown, by Jesse Owen Astin.
Felix Cartal pulls the covers completely off for his latest collaboration with Natalie Angiuli, “No Sleep”, out today. A New York native, Angiuli’s ethereal indie-pop vocals matched with Cartal’s effortless melodies could be considered a tribute to the countless, often sleepless hours that Felix spends working on his craft. Be sure and catch Felix on his “No Sleep” mini tour this December.
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Philipp Roskot known as illskillz makes it clear that things just sound better with a “z”. Today, Austrian illskillz flies the coop with “Birdz”, a smartly crafted electro-dubstep release on Dim Mak Records. The track chatters and jabs with a hyper beat and then sheds the heavy layers to an airy solace.
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Dim Mak is proud to release the next installment off Proxy’s line of “MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES”, with this single premiere; “Shut Up”.
“Shut Up!” is packed with a brutal hip-hop vocal decrying mainstream pop laid out over the bluntest of beats, armed with weapons-grade bass and PROXY’s trademark, dread-inspiring atmospherics. The track will be accompanied with remixes from Dim Mak label mates GTRONIC and VCO. Belgian titan GTRONIC lends his heavy bass trash sound for a grinding rendition of “Shut Up!” crammed with low-end intensity. Los Angeles-based duo VCO rework “Shut Up!” into a techno-house frenzy. Closing out the release, rising Canadian star John Roman uncovers the pitch-black soul of “Shut Up!” and lets it unfold over six minutes of malevolent techno, while Belgian house duo Sound of Stereo unleash an equally dark and fully loaded house remake.
“An aggressively belligerent and totally dope single off the new album, dripping with raw, spirited hip-hop swagger” – VIBE
British Indie trio New Ivory release new single “All Around Me”, a energetic blend of guitar riffs, pulsing bass line and a contagious chorus “Do you want to feel that way again?”. Be sure to keep New Ivory on your radar for tomorrow because Filter Magazine will premiere the music video for “All Around Me”.
The self titled single “Robert Ramion Roy” bursts with classic stand up bass, finger snaps and saxophone that executes like a cheery on a sundae. Not only today is the release of the long awaited single, but RRR will premiere his David Lynch’s “Blue Velvet” inspired music video via High Snobiety.
The culminating months of 2011 saw Joachim Garraud hunkered down in his Paris studio with freshly discovered production trio, Alesia. Amidst his global tour schedule, Joachim collaborated with his three fellow Frenchmen on a ‘made-for-the-dancefloor’ release, debuting a new aural direction from Joachim – seamlessly blending Electro, Techno, Progressive House, and Dubstep.
‘Hook,’ the first single off of the upcoming Hillside West EP, is a perfect dichotomy of a House anthem married with snarling bass never heard on any other Joachim Garraud production. Slated for Beatport release the 6th of March and the 13th for all other retailers, ‘Hook’ as already received massive support from the world’s top DJs