Vol. 4

Out Now: Dim Mak Records – New Noise, Vol. 4

710 710 Tim Gauthier

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If you’ve been a fan of Dim Mak Records for a while, you may know what to expect when it comes to our output of slammin’ tunes. We try to never let you down, making sure your ears are full of new music from all your favorite artists throughout the year. And if you’ve been around with us for a while, you’ll know that twice a year we give you a little something major with our NEW NOISE compilations, jam packed with the freshest-out-the-oven artists and their hottest tracks.

This is exclusive music handpicked by our commander in chief Steve Aoki and produced by some of the best of the best of multiple genres; such is the case with NEW NOISE VOLUME 4. This compilation of pure genius kicks off with Butch Clancy “Far Away From Me feat. Amy Kay”, a track that has a gorgeous vibey feeling, and from there the compilation turns into totally mind blowing chaos that is sure to get you amped all the way up with tracks from FEI-FEI, MAURIZIO GUBELLINI, STEREOHEROES, ZESKULLZ, FAUSTIX, DJ FUNK, and many more. Don’t be left wondering who all these incredible producers are, pick up your copy of NEW NOISE VOL. 4 today on [lightbox url=”http://itun.es/i6xf9DQ” width=”100%” height=”100%” iframe=”true”]iTunes[/lightbox], [lightbox url=”http://btprt.dj/18rsS8H” width=”100%” height=”100%” iframe=”true”]Beatport[/lightbox] and other major music retailers!

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Mixhell Presents: My Definition of Hard Vol.4 with Drumcorps

Tim Gauthier

“We are sooo proud of the exchange of musical ideas that “My definition of Hard” series is bringing, not only we all get to know a bit more about our music partners, but is pure pleasure to go deep into their darkest musical tastes.”
– Mixhell 2011

“sadness -> despair -> action -> pma -> love
some roots, some future, all heart
selected and mixed for mixhellblog, best heavy blog on the planet!!
August eighth the year of our lord purgatory two thousand eleven”
xoxo
– Aaron (Drumcorps)

Who is Drumcorps?
Drumcorps’ Aaron Spectre started off playing drums and going to all ages shows in the wasteland of suburban Massachusetts. He was fortunate to have been heavily influenced by bands like Converge, Bane, and Cave In during his formative years. As his interests shifted to electronic music, he moved to NYC, bought turntables, and started producing ambient, jungle and drum’n’bass. In 2003 he relocated to Berlin, Germany, to launch his music career. He released several vinyl 12îs, and soon found a following playing at squats and raves around Europe. Spectre founded Drumcorps to synthesize the unlikely mix of electronic music production values and the raw power of American hardcore. The result is not for everyone, but to Drumcorps’ devout fans, it delivers: Drumcorps shows are notoriously high-energy, cathartic affairs.