The vibes at Tomorrowland 2013 felt more alive this year than ever before, especially when Dim Mak head honcho Steve Aoki went b2b at Tomorrowland’s Main Stage with 16 other artists from the Dim Mak family including acts like Zedd, Afrojack, Datsik, Carnage, South Central, Deorro, Dzeko & Torres, Angger Dimas, Autoerotique, Dirtyphonics, TAI, Will Brennan, and even Iron Man.
This breathtaking video features a ton of new and upcoming releases and gives an essential taste of the Dim Mak sound!
Be sure to catch more of your favorite Dim Mak artists as they grace the “Up All Night” stage at the inaugural TomorrowWorld festival in Chattahoochee Hills, GA. Sept. 27, 2013!
1 – Steve Aoki & Rune RK feat. RAS “Bring You To Life (Transcend)”
2 – Angger Dimas feat. Will Brennan “Speakers Bout To Blow” https://itun.es/i6xy7v5
3 – Angger Dimas “Boom Do It Like That” https://itun.es/i6xn5xH
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Ain’t no party like a #FreeFriday party, and this week we’re kicking out the old school classic “Stars Come Out feat. Heather Bright” via Zedd, remixed by Dillon Francis. This is a track that is long considered a “forever jam”, as it has so many of the things we love about gorgeous dance brilliance, and it’s yours for freeeee! Happy Friday, y’all!
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Dim Mak Records strike a rich vein of hits and lets loose another trove of prominent tracks from its 2012 catalog, ‘Dim Mak Greatest Hits of 2012: Volume 2′. The second collection features 14 tracks from artists including Datsik, Infected Mushroom, Clockwork, Dillon Francis, Zedd, Felix Cartal, TAI, PeaceTreaty, Gronic and more. The vast, colorful collection will span over 3 volumes of Dim Mak music embedded in several genres and international appeal.
The 2nd volume coalesces into a strong punch of today’s best electro artists and tracks that continue to peak, like Datsik & Infected Mushroom “Evilution” and Felix Cartal “Don’t Turn On The Lights”(Laidback Luke Remix). The all-genre embracing revival from Dim Mak will conclude with Vol 3, out March 2013
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Watch our latest video as Dim Mak ventures to Belgium for Tommorrowland, one of the largest EDM festivals in the world. Our stage at the festival included a mind-blowing line with performances by Steve Aoki, Joachim Garraud, Zeds Dead, Zedd, Angger Dimas, Sound of…
Dim Mak Live presents the Official WMC Promotional Mix, available for a Free Download on Soundcloud today! This 45-minute mix-series features new and unreleased tracks by Alvin Risk, Clockwork, Atari Teenage Riot, TAI, Zedd, Steve Aoki, and more!
Zedd’s last release, Stars Come Out, featured a remix compilation with a few reworked titles including John Dahlback, Datsik, Lazy Rich, and others.
Zedd’s monumental electro-house anthem “Stars Come Out” has seen limitless play-time from countless DJ’s worldwide…. Read more after the jump.
Zedd’s (previous) release of “Stars Come Out” has been officially comped into a remix suite, with entries featuring John Dahlback, Datsik, Lazy Rich, Tim Mason, and Terravita.
After a slew of YouTube video hints and minimalist advertisements giving away the ‘big update’, Coachella has released their full line-up for the 2012 run of the world renowned festival.
To kick off this release, and to reflect on the last full year of amazing new music, we’re climbing into the Dim Mak Digital Sleigh to give back to everyone who made 2011 our best year yet.
On the last stop of Zedd’s Mini Tour for the release of “Stars Come Out”, he brought out Heather Bright for a cameo appearance at Yost Theater in Santa Ana, CA. Check out the live footage from the event, including several backstage antics in this short re-cap of the sold out tour.
We’ve landed a pair of hits on Beatport’s Top 10. Details after the jump.
Check out these 2 photos from the music video shoot of Stars Come Out, Zedd’s newest single coming out next week on November 22nd as a Beatport Exclusive!
Zedd’s first single with Dim Mak is officially number one on the Beatport electro charts after only the second week.