Last week I told you guys about Yung Skeeter’s Soul On Fire Remix, lucky for you guys I just got word of his newest remix for the song Guilty Pleasure by Ruby Rose & Gary Go. Yung Skeeter’s remix is a part of the official remix EP now featured on Beatport, but his track is available for free download on his official SoundCloud.
You can read more about the exclusive remix on Arjan Writes.
To all our avid Twitter followers, and frequents of the #FF shoutouts, we have adorned a whole new meaning towards this overused Friday chant-off… Presenting #FreeFriday.
You may remember Yung Skeeter from his previous incarnation as DJ Skeet Skeet, the Dim Mak signee and seminal EDM champion who’s been enlisted by outlets like Spotify to be their resident selector or mags like Paper and Blackbook who’ve handed him DJ of the year titles. You may also remember That Work as the mellifluous NY dance team responsible for this killer nu-disco track. But if you do not, after listening to this kaleidoscope floor turn of “Soul On Fire,” the inky house stain of this redux will be permanently embedded into your brain. Here’s hoping these two do a lot more together.
Yung Skeeter has done it again with his official remix for That Work’s latest single, Soul on Fire. That Work, a musical group formed by Harry McNally and Kosuke Kasza in New York City met Yung Skeeter in 2007 when Harry was working with clothing company, Pegleg. Just after finishing Soul on Fire, the duo collaborated with Yung Skeeter for a remix for their orginal track. The Yung Skeeters remix is now available for free download to add to to your personal collection of remixes.
With the back to school season in full swing, we’ve fully stocked our Dim Mak Shop with new threads for the 2012 Fall/Winter season. With the help of some of our friends, we’ve put together a fresh lookbook for the collection featuring the beautiful Iggy Azalea, Yung Skeeter, and The Cobrasnake. The lookbook which features the trio throughout Los Angeles is now available for preview on our official Dim Mak Shop and will soon be available in print.
Captured on Sunset Boulevard, we took some footage of Dim Mak Records taking over the 5th Annunal Sunset Strip Music Festival this past August. Steve Aoki headlined with a few guests, Lil Jon, Travis Barker, Will.I.Am and Miss Palmer, and annihilated a massive cake to celebrate 1 million Facebook Likes. Over at The Roxy, the Dim Mak stage was full with sets by Clockwork, PeaceTreaty, Yung Skeeter and Bones.
Earlier this month, Stoli Vodka x Grooveshark teamed up with Dim Mak artist, Yung Skeeter for the LA Launch of Stoli’s original Salted Karmal Vodka. If you didn’t get a chance to attend the event- Stoli Vodka x Grooveshark have you covered. Along with photographs from the night, Grooveshark originated a video with Yung Skeeter and mixologist, Jason Bran as they discuss the art of mixing from both spectrums of their field. Along with the video Yung Skeeter has compiled a play list on Grooveshark featuring Autoerotique, Steve Aoki, Neon Blonde and more!
Add to your playlist with Yung Skeeter’s latest Chart Series on Grooveshark.com:
1. Elite Gymnastics – o m a m o r i
2. DJ Skeet Skeet – I Like It Loud feat. Nadia Oh & Donnis
3. Hyuna – Bubble Pop
4. SHINee – A-Yo
5. Avicii – Levels
6. Autoerotique – Turn Up The Volume
7. Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas – Beat Down feat. Iggy Azalea
8. Ali Love – Diminishing Returns
9. Neon Blonde – Chandeliers And Vines
10. Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks (Skeet Skeet Remix)
11. Katy Perry/DJ Skeet Skeet – Part Of Me
12. LCMDF – MOUNTAINS (SKEET SKEET REMIX)
Snoop Dogg has released a compilation of his favorite house tracks, Loose Joints under his alias name DJ Snoopadelic. The compilation features artists that Snoop Dogg handpicked himself, including Dim Mak’s very own Yung Skeeter. The selected track ‘OMG Based God’ is now available for download on Yung Skeeter’s SoundCloud.
Coming Saturday, August 18th, Dim Mak Records will be taking over the Sunset Strip Music Festival, with a special outdoor live performance by Steve Aoki! Come party with the Dim Mak family as we take the streets inside the Roxy for additional performances by Clockwork, PeaceTreaty, Yung Skeeter, Bones and our SECRET GUEST.
Tickets are on sale now! Go to SSMF.com to purchase your tickets today!
Dim Mak & Yung Skeeter is happy to bring something new to the table, with this amazing disco-remix of “Stand Again”. As some of you have seen, “Stand Again” will serve as Dim Mak’s next anticipated single, by the artist formerly known as Skeet Skeet. Yung Skeeter came across this remix of his future single, and decided to give it to us early. We felt it was necessary to give it right out to the public, FREE FOR ALL (with internet access and a hard drive, of course).