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QUIX impresses with four-track minimalist trap project, ‘IDK [Vol. 1]’

Simply put, QUIX‘s new EP is nasty. The Dim Mak-released project, IDK [Vol. 1], is a four-track piece of work that finds the New Zealand producer adding unique grimy and distorted sound design atop modern trap music arrangements and bass sonics. A dark and hedonistic allure surround the audio, perfect for its Day of the […]

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Otira serves 808 action on ‘Soundboy Burnin”

Otira may be a fresh face in the electronic context, but he’s no novice. The newcomer flexes his sonic capability with Soundboy Burnin’, a four-cut project with an eclectic framework that comprises UK hardcore, breakbeat, and jungle. Acid inflection, techno, and breakbeat threads weave the EP’s constituting tracks together, all while deepening the eccentricity that […]

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Party Pupils and Louis Futon hit IKEA for new track ‘One Two Things’

A new release from the Dim Mak Recrods camp pairs Party Pupils and Louis Futon, scouring IKEA for inspiration on their latest single, “One Two Things.” The trio of talented producers gathered samples from items in the Swedish furniture outlet to create their new track, and the result is a groovy, funky, and ever-soulful single. […]

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Chloe Kim, Tony Hawk, and Kai Lenny appear in new visual for Steve Aoki and Will Sparks’ ‘Send It’ [Watch]

Steve Aoki continues to diversify his booming portfolio, this time alongside Melbourne bounce force Will Sparks on “Send It.” Aoki’s own vocals are featured on the track, and the duo blend their styles by tethering Sparks’ springy soundscapes to a floor-ready synthesized bassline. The artists’ collaboration brings a welcomed update to the Melbourne sound that […]

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Saturday Night Session 026: From being a die-hard Tiësto fan to playing on the mainstage, GATTÜSO talks about his entrance into electronic music

Few moments are more sacred than the reprieve Saturday night provides from the daily grind of school and work. Its importance is meant to be emphasized, and thus, a feature dedicated to “doing the night right” was born. Saturday Night Sessions are set around energizing mixes meant to get the party started. New or old, […]

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Saturday Night Session 026: From being a die-hard Tiësto fan to playing on the mainstage, GATTÜSO talks about his entrance into electronic music

Few moments are more sacred than the reprieve Saturday night provides from the daily grind of school and work. Its importance is meant to be emphasized, and thus, a feature dedicated to “doing the night right” was born. Saturday Night Sessions are set around energizing mixes meant to get the party started. New or old, […]

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Orbit Playlist: Matroda readies his ‘Red Tape’-themed repertoire ahead of AMF debut

One of Dim Mak‘s newest dancefloor weapons, Matroda, recently rounded a number of his like-minded, heavy house/bass-affiliated counterparts for the deluxe arm of his double-sided The RED Tape EP. BIJOU, ANGELZ, and fellow Dim Mak habitue, JACKNIFE, were just a few to toss their high-voltage offering into the RED Tape remix cap. Following a number […]

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Adventure Club and QUIX leave listeners wanting for naught with ‘Life Long After Death,’ featuring badXchannels

Adventure Club and QUIX have teamed up for a new genre-bending collaboration titled “Life Long After Death,” showcasing a new direction for the artists. The release is a fusion of QUIX’s unmistakably nuanced sound design alongside Adventure Club’s ability to blend genres such as pop and punk to add an interesting flair to their releases. […]

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Adventure Club and QUIX leave listeners wanting for naught with ‘Life Long After Death,’ featuring badXchannels

Adventure Club and QUIX have teamed up for a new genre-bending collaboration titled “Life Long After Death,” showcasing a new direction for the artists. The release is a fusion of QUIX’s unmistakably nuanced sound design alongside Adventure Club’s ability to blend genres such as pop and punk to add an interesting flair to their releases. […]

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QUIX – Guiding Light

New Zealand’s QUIX broke ground on American soil back in 2017 and has since been charming the masses with a dreamy but thunderous trap style that is finely-tuned, multi-layered and incredibly complex. Following up recent releases on Aoki’s Dim Mak, QUIX returns to the imprint with “Guiding Light,” a production that walks the edge between […]

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Black Caviar – Alright Alright, Okay (feat. G.L.A.M.)

Black Caviar continues to bring the heat to dancefloors worldwide with their latest 2-track pressing on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records. Joined by G.L.A.M., the duo craft an infectious and funky house cut on “Alright Alright, Okay.” Simple, scaled back percussion with an impossible to resist hook and plenty of attitude, the pair continues to […]

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Steve Aoki and Alok come together to recreate The Chemical Brothers 2009 original ‘Do It Again’

Alok and Steve Aoki have surprised fans by not only joining to re-work The Chemical Brothers‘ “Do It Again,” but also in selecting a piece of music that’s a far cry from what their respective followers might expect from such a collaboration. Both Aoki and Alok have a tendency to float between high BPM main […]

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Diskolab announces Miami Music Week party schedule, with Anjunabeats, Spinnin’, + more

Ultra certainly isn’t the only event to look forward to during the course of this year’s edition of the hallowed Miami Music Week, as a menagerie of Diskolab-assembled electronic stalwarts will coalesce under the Floridian sun the last week of March to revel in all things dance music. From March 26-31, the seasoned event brand […]

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Saturday Night Session 012: Toby Green talks tuning out of external pressures and tuning into his love for dance music

Few moments are more sacred than the reprieve Saturday night provides from the daily grind of school and work. Its importance is meant to be emphasized, and thus, a feature dedicated to “doing the night right” was born. Saturday Night Sessions are set around energizing mixes meant to get the party started. New or old, […]

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BROHUG takes viewers on a California countryside motorcycle tour in ‘Swag’ music video

Swedish trio BROHUG have toured the world over the past year, and now they take viewers on a tour of the mountainous California countryside through the eyes of three motorcyclists in new music video for “Swag.” Cinematography is the central focus, with viewers getting a real in-depth look at the state’s natural beauty. Interestingly, the […]

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Deorro and D3FAI team up for big room ‘TITAN’

Deorro has teamed up with Argentinian up-and-comer D3FAI for new release “TITAN,” which has been released via Dim Mak. Deorro has been drifting between radio crossover hits and hardstyle as of late, but “TITAN” brings the producer back to the big room genre. D3FAI received early support from Tiësto and is now making a new name […]

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Nytrix makes his Dim Mak label debut with official video for melodic future bass track, ‘Until The Edge’

Los Angeles producer/vocalist/DJ Nytrix is back with an official music video for his track “Until The Edge.” The music video takes place in yet another simulated world directed by the artist. Keeping consistent with the project visuals and aesthetic, the video sees a Nytrix avatar looking out over an otherworldly, dystopian, futuristic landscape that is […]

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Prince Fox transcends genres in new release with The Griswolds ‘Time Alone’

Prince Fox continues to impress by combining an array of uncommon genres in new track, “Time Alone” that features Australian indie rock group, The Griswolds. The track features moments of dance pop, emo, and synth rock within its futuristic composition. The LA-based producer spoke with DA about writing the track and working with The Griswolds. “I love […]

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Bad Royale’s new track is heaven to bass lovers’ ears

Bad Royale had a roller coaster of a 2017. The production crew collaborated with the likes of Steve Aoki while contrastingly shrinking to a three-man crew. The trio is back with new music and returned to their Caribbean bass roots with their newest release, “Lock Off Di Dance” featuring Richie Loop. The track opens with pop synths and […]

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Bijou releases blazing G-House original, ‘Gotta Shine’

Rising g-house sensation Bijou has released a bruising original on Dim Mak titled, “Gotta Shine.” Featuring gritty vocals from $uicideboy$-affiliate Germ, Bijou incorporates elements of hip-hop with deep house vibes.“Gotta Shine” is saturated with ominous undertones, unrelenting waves of bass, and is tied together by eerie interludes of dissonant notes. Bijou flexes his signature style within each […]

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