This is the record that will blow up every dancefloor worldwide. This is the record that will rock every mainstage on every festival this year. This is the record that combines electro house mayhem with one of the biggest drops to hit yet! “This Record”, a collaboration between Dutch bad boysBilly The Kit and Jacob van Hage, who are determined to get the crowd jumping, the CO2 cannons blasting and the champagne bottles poppin’! Turn that volume to the right!!
Turbo Recordings & DIM MAK presents an explosive package of classic unreleased bombs from Russian Rave-Czar Proxy.
In the wake of the destruction caused by Proxy’s mammoth double-album debut, ‘MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES,’ the Russian demiurge returns to scour the ruins for survivors with a cluster of B-side bunker-bangers. These tracks will be hauntingly familiar to the ruined cortexes of anyone who’s ever lived through Proxy’s live show, granting fans their longtime wish of owning and coming to terms with the source of their neural trauma in digital form.
“What strikes small men as excess to me seems necessary. To crush them was not enough. I saw I needed to extinguish all hope,” says Proxy, as he continues his onslaught of live dates around the world. “My challengers had already fallen. Now they have been erased.”
Hot Mouth is back and with an awesome remix of Angger Dimas’s and Oliver Twizt’s big tune XXX. This production has a unique feel while absolutely destroying the dance floor with it’s big room, dirty electro sound. We highly recommend picking up this track when it releases on Dim Mak Records on February 26th.
As we get ready to release Proxy’s second part of “Music from the Eastblock Jungles” next week you can now stream the second LP exclusively over at Mixmag. The second part of his ‘Music From The Eastblock Jungles’ album is out this Tuesday on Dim Mak.
After the first release the Russian artist is set to take you to his next journey of dark synths and vibes. The release will be followed by a European Tour.
PART II forces an unconditional surrender with a mix of acid (“Audio 15″), ambient (“Nanomed”), Eastern-flavored pop (“Coke”) and hip-hop inflected head-nodders (“9000″). The second part has been crowned by Mixmag as “Electro album of the month. 5/5”.
They say “It follows on from the first part, which was released in November of last year, and is a sterling showcase of the Russian producer’s slamming take on electro. You have been warned. This one’s a ripper. And to celebrate its release, Mixmag has the exclusive first play.”
Almost a week ago, Steve Aoki threw one of the biggest birthday bashes to date at The Shrine in Los Angeles. The Dim Mak family traveled near and far to help celebrate Steve’s birthday including Dan Sena, Autoerotique, Dirtyphonics and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. If you didn’t make it out for the night check out Less Than 3’s coverage of the event which includes details on each set, photographs, and more.
I recently came across this article on UR Chicago, that sums up Killbot’s latest EP, Sound Surgery to a T. Killbot, a project between Jonathan Davis, Sluggo, and Tyler Blue has proved to be a fan favorite since its release. UR Chicago describes the EP as, “likely to go down as one of the best releases of the American dubstep scene” and even goes on to say “Steve Aoki has always been a great tastemaker and this Killbot release is no exception.” You can read the full article here.
Killbot’s EP is also available for purchase on iTunes.
If you’re a fan of TAI, make sure to check out The Metropolitan Jolt’s latest feature on the German musician. The Metropolitan Jolt is doubling up with this feature offering a free download of TAI’s guest mix and an exclusive interview. The online magazine sat down with the producer for an interview regarding his recent release with Dim Mak, upcoming projects, DJ sets, and more. You can read the full interview here. Enjoy!
We’d like to thank everyone that participated in the latest, Beatport Play contest featuring PeaceTreaty’s single “In Time.” With over 350 submissions, we couldn’t be more enthused to see what you guys came up with. Although the submission deadline has past, the voting process is now underway until November 19 followed by official judging. We will announce the grand prize winner on December 11.
With today’s release of Proxy’s debut album, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES PART 1, we’d like to thank a few blogs for the awesome features and reviews, and urge you all to take a look.
Hammarica.com recently caught up with Proxy in an exclusive interview regarding the album release, EDM scene in Russia, and more! Check out the interview here to get to know the man behind the music a little better.
Along with the interview, Exclaim featured the album stating the release, “explores rave culture and classic drum and bass music, with the collection’s sound.” The feature focuses on Red Juke, one of the eleven tracks on Proxy’s release. You can read the full feature on Exclaim.com.
Last but not least, MTV Hive featured the album along with the track Raw stating, “Raw turns out to be something Harrison Ford could surely kick some ass to.” You can read full feature on MTVHive.com.
For more info on Music From The Eastblock Jungles Part 1, click here.
Earlier this morning Artrocker released the nominees for their second annual Artrocker Awards that will be taking place at Sebright Arms in London on December 7. We’re pleased to announce that Atari Teenage Riot made their way into two categories including International Band Of The Year and Electro Act Of The Year. You can place your vote and support Atari Teenage Riot here.
With the Scanners preparing for their upcoming album release next year, live shows are limited for the indie band. Art Rocker writer, Natasha Grant recently reviewed one of the bands recent shows at the Scala in London, describing the performance as feeling fueled by the bands, “enchanting vocals and a captivating stage presence.” Stay on the look out for more to come from Scanners.
If you’ve been on iTunes today you may have taken note of two of our latest releases from Killbot and The Dirtyphonics in the “New & Noteworthy” dance section. If that wasn’t enough Killbot currently holds the number 2 spot for dance albums. Thank you guys for making this happen, we couldn’t have done this with out your support!