With 2012 coming to an end, URB needs your help to see who rocked your world these past 12 months. Among the 140 nominees our very own Steve Aoki is featured alongside 139 nominees including Odd Future, SBTRKT, The XX, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Nicolas Jaar, Little Dragon, M83 and others. URB is asking each and every one of you to rate the nominees you know 1 to 5, to help name one of the 140 nominees, URB Artist Of The Year 2012. You can cast your vote on URB now.buy soma no prescription
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URB Magazine recently featured Proxy’s November 6th release, Music From the Eastblock Jungles Pt.1 in their latest, Album in Focus feature. URB describes the album as a “rare body of work that invokes the classic rhetoric and arrangements of D&B/Jungle, while maintaining one fit in the door of the current grit and grime that has encompassed the darker state of EDM in the current market.” With days away from the release, Proxy’s album is now available for pre-order on iTunes.
Read the full write up over at URB Magazine.
Have a listen below and be sure to grab your Shut Up! Remix EP on iTunes!
Interested in how DJ Pierre found his way to Dim Mak? In his latest interview with URB the veteran DJ elaborates on the question, along with an array of other topics including his DJ style, recent release of his latest EP Strobe Lights, Laser Disco, influences, and more. Not only does the feature include a personal interview, but it also includes an exclusive podcast from the DJ featuring tracks by Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Zedd, Skrillex, Micky More, Tom Trago, and others.
You can check out the feature here.
“If anyone deserves success in 2011, it’s this guy!” – URB.COM
Half-singer, half-rapper and all-genius, it’s only natural that the visual counterpart for the Dim Mak signee’s bass-heavy ballad is one for the books. The video…