Update: Available now on Beatport. 6/19/13: Psycho White is an up-coming collaborative project between Yelawolf and Travis Barker. Here, we get a brief preview of the Steve Aoki remix of “Push Em”, to be released soon via Dim Mak.
The Dim Mak producer writes: The Indie Anna Jones EP is an amalgamation of everything squeaky-clean and smart about retro pop music with a modern-day grit. It’s the music I’ve wanted to create since I was young; Sleek and precise, yet infectiously obtuse. It’s what comes to mind when I think of “dirty pop.”
Electronic music, mega-legends Infected Mushroom are best known for being the sonic innovators of the Psy Trance genre. Twice ranked amongst the world’s “10 Best DJ’s” by the Bible of the Scene (U.K.’s DJ Magazine) and with over 14 million hits on YouTube and a #8 position on the Billboard chart, the Israel-bred, L.A. based [cont.]
Dim Mak Records has today announced the signing of international No. 1 artists Yolanda Be Cool (aka Sylvester Martinez and Johnson “Durango Slim” Peterson) to their label; currently home to some of the hottest names in electronic music; including label boss Steve Aoki, Etienne De Crecy, Bloody Beetroots, Felix Da Cartal and Angger Dimas. “Please [cont.]
Coming off a white hot 2012 that included the release of their album Army of Mushrooms and their epic “The Unveiling” tour, psytrance progenitors Infected Mushroom, are back with a new EP and winter tour. Friends on Mushrooms Vol. 1 will be released January 22nd on Steve Aoki’s influential Dim Mak Records. The four song [cont.]
Dim Mak’s final #FreeFriday of 2012, giving away an exclusive track off GTRONIC’s upcoming EP, Morpheus & Dufus, due next year.
Steve Aoki and the goodfolks at Dim Mak are celebrating the holidays, by giving tracks away over the next 12 days. We’ve got the set embedded below, so keep checking this post every day for new additions. Dim Mak says: Dim Mak is filled up on the Holiday spirit and what better way to share [cont.]
In the latest episode of The Aoki Files, Steve interviews Dim Mak recording artists, South Central, to speak on their new EP, Hollywood, which is currently destroying dancefloors everywhere. In a good way, that is.
Check out the first installment of Dim Mak’s newest series, Dim Mak Sundays Monthly Mix for our Sunday party at Drai’s Hollywood. Fashen is the first to cut the ribbon this month with his hour and a half mix featuring tracks from Angger Dimas, RL Grime, Zed’s Dead, Dillon Francis, Autoerotique, Daft Punk, Miike Snow, [cont.]
Steve Aoki speaks with Fuse about how “caking” – the act of putting cake in the audience members faces at his shows – started. He explains that it is owed to Autoerotique’s “Turn Up The Volume” video, which featured exploding cakes, and took on a life of it’s own from there. Hopefully, Steve does not [cont.]
You might recognize the name South Central from the Weapons Of Mass Destruction EP released back in March, or from their recent remix of Aoki’s “Steve Jobs”. In either case, the Brighton, UK dubstep dons are onto something here with their upcoming Hollywood EP, which shows even greater progression than their last Dim Mak EP. [cont.]
Lord Haezer tells us, “This is my latest mixtape exclusively for DIM MAK including some unreleased mashups i’ve made recently, tracks off my new E.P ‘The Wrong Kid Died’ and some essential bangers i’ve been dropping lately. enjoy!” TRACKLIST: Mongoose vs Steve Aoki/Afrojack – Effed up Mongoose(HAEZER mashup) J-Trick, Reece Low vs Ramones – I’m [cont.]
We won’t blow Dabeull’s cover of using a VERY famous house classic for “Love Trap”, but our first impression of this found us midly amused. What really impressed us though was the nutty drop that kicks in, tying the whole thing together. We’ve heard far too much “bad trap” as of late, and this really [cont.]
This track has been floating around in setrips from Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s Tomorrowland performance, but now they release the official preview of the track via their Soundcloud page. Coming soon on Dim Mak Records.
You might be familiar with Dirtyphonics for their work on Deadmau5′s Mau5trap imprint, remixing tracks for the likes of Knife Party, Excision, Foreign Beggars, and Apex. On October 23rd, they will release their new single, “Dirty”, via Dim Mak Records, including remixes by Metrik, 12th Planet, Nicholas Malinowsky, and Darth & Vader. Each remix gives [cont.]
The homie Yung Skeeter – also known as DJ Skeet Skeet – last caught our attention with his track “Stand Again” on Dim Mak, and it’s subsequent Solidisco remix. His latest endeavor is remixing That Work’s excellent nu-disco choon “Soul On Fire”, with dark, late night vibes. Offered today via #FreeFriday.
Easily one of our favorite producers of the moment, Autoerotique serves up the remixes to the massive “WTF” single. VCO’s rendition has both tech and electro elements, with a dark unsettling feeling, while Damaged Goods provides a heavy, almost industrial feeling. Grab this October 23rd on Dim Mak Records.
Vancouver, BC producer, best known for his work with Lazy Rich and Killagraham has most recently joined Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak family for his latest release, the Burning For EP, with vocalist Chaplyn. These two tracks fit right in with much of the rest of the label’s catalog, packing ridiculous, abrasive electro drops, powerful builds, [cont.]
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