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.
The single has been called “the next big thing for 2012, and a band to look out for in 2012″, and we couldn’t agree more.
With the release of their 3rd viral-video edit, ATARI TEENAGE RIOT is calling all musicians, artists, music fans to SUPPORT WIKILEAKS!
Live from Stockholm, Tiesto featured the latest track by Albin Myers, ‘Hells Bells’ to the sold out crowd at Globen Arena. Albin Myers and Dim Mak Records will be debuting this new single in early 2012.
If you needed further proof that the music industry as we knew it has changed forever, consider the example of Toronto electro/dubstep producers Zeds Dead.
With less than 50 fans away from 15,000, Autoerotique and Dim Mak will be giving away a HUGE prize pack to the 15,000th fan on Facebook! We are armed on the refresh trigger and will be watching once that ticker turns 15k.
Felix Cartal’s Don’t Turn On The Lights has landed the feature spot on Beatport’s Electro House Home page.
A week after the release, Zeds Dead shot up the Beatport charts, ranking their latest single “Ruckus The Jam” at Number 7 on Beatport’s Electro House Top 10.
In the passing month, OnlyForDJ’s Online Magazine greeted Dim Mak Records with a nomination and potential bragging rights of being the ‘Number 1 Underground Label’ of 2011.