Following mixes from the likes of Dzeko & Torres, Showtek & Carita La Nina, Dirty Dutch presents the latest episode of their #MusicMonday mixtape series, made by Sydney-born DJ/Producer Wax Motif. Currently in high demand with his fresh mixing style, this new mix tape sees him debut a sizzling new electro house selection.
Archive for Steve Aoki
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Rounding out yet another triumphant year, The Glitch Mob played a most celebrated set at Snow Globe Festival in Lake Tahoe, NV, blasting their particular brand of beats into the icy cold air. They are now locked up in their studio recording their sophmore album set for release in 2012. However, knowing The Mob, they simply just can’t leave their fans out in the cold without something new to groove to during these winter months.
The Glitch Mob give you their first remix of 2012, a tune originally mastered by none other than their longtime friend Bassnectar:
DOWNLOAD BASSNECTAR -HEADS UP (THE GLITCH MOB) REMIX
Taken from ‘Bassnectar – Divergent Spectrum Remixes’ including tracks from Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, Steve Aoki, Beats Antique, ill.Gates and Terravita.
Steve Aoki & Kaskade Dj together in SF Identity 2011
INTRODUCING DJ/ PRODUCER/ SONGWRITING DUO NERVO
DEBUT ASTRALWERKS/ VIRGIN RECORDS SINGLE “WE’RE ALL NO ONE” AVAILABLE NOW ON ITUNES
WATCH THE LYRIC VIDEO FOR “WE’RE ALL NO ONE”
You may be seeing the name NERVO for the first time, or you may have seen the lovely Australian ladies opening for Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj earlier this summer, but their recent release for their single “We’re All No One” is not the Astralwerks/EMI duo’s first toe in the music industry water, so to speak. Already proud owners of two global undergound club hits, their breakthrough came when they wrote David Guetta’s smash hit “When Love Takes Over” featuring Kelly Rowland which reached #1 in 11 countries and went on to win a Grammy in 2010. Since then the girls, twin sisters Miriam “Mim” Nervo and Olivia “Liv” Nervo, have been collaborating a with a bevy stellar DJ talent of world-wide recording artists, including dance luminaries Steve Aoki, Avicii, Armin van Buuren, Kaskade, Afrojack, Laidback Luke, Dadalife and John Dahlback as well as penning pop hits for the likes of Ke$ha, Kylie Minogue, The Pussycat Dolls, Jennifer Hudson, and more.
Their multi-track digital single “We’re All No One” featuring Afrojack and Steve Aoki was released last week and is available on all digital music outlets, including iTunes, in the U.S. and Beatport globally. The single is their first release for label Astralwerks/ Virgin Records and is the duo’s first commercial solo release the features the two of them stepping up to the mic to perform vocals. The song is a marked departure in style and sound from their more underground dance floor productions of the past year, and showcases a daring new vision, that sets its sights on the future of pop, electro and dance synergies. Head over to Nervo’s Youtube channel to watch the lyric video for the single.
NERVO just completed a highly successful month of DJ dates, in which they launched a Las Vegas residency with the Wynn group, and energized audiences coast to coast as part Identity Festival, the first electronic music travelling roadshow in the U.S.
Multi-Track Single Tracklist
1. We’re All No One (Edit)
2. We’re All No One (Nervo Goes to Paris Remix)
3. We’re All No One (Hook N Sling Remix)
4. We’re All No One (Dave Aude Club Mix)
5. We’re All No One (Jungle Fiction Remix)
6. We’re All No One (Original Mix)
Out Digitally Today!
(Out Physically on June 21st via Dim Mak)
RCRD LBL Premieres “Activate (DJ Mr. White Remix)”!
“It’s arguable that Is This Hyperreal?, the forthcoming album from Atari Teenage Riot, is the finest album of their years of insurrection.” – The Quietus
“It’s a successful, Herculean project that completely steamrolls any music in its wake.”
– MTV Iggy
“As evidenced from the very beginning, ATR haven’t slowed down or cleaned up their act in the 12 years between albums. Instead, Is This Hyperreal? sees them picking up right where they left off with banging electro beats, distorted synths and shouted political lyrics.”
To celebrate the release, RCRD LBL premiered Whiiite’s remix of “Activate”! Download and listen here!
stream ATARI TEENAGE RIOT “IS THIS HYPERREAL?”
Atari Teenage Riot Set to Bring Their Revolution Action to the US!
Is This Hyperreal? out June 7th DSP,
June 21st Physical on Dim Mak
“It’s rare in a world now ruled by Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber to hear music that is so angry with itself and with everything else around it. But ATR’s overwhelming energy is difficult to deny, and difficult not to admire — preferably from a safe distance.”– Spin Magazine
Reignited German/American cyberpunks Atari Teenage Riot have booked a return trip to America this Fall. With information warfare, net neutrality, government opacity, and human trafficking all in the news, Atari Teenage Riot’s 4th album Is This Hyperreal?, out digitally June 7th on LA Electro-stomp label Dim Mak, is their most topical yet. Atari Teenage Riot starts their campaign for justice across America in September. For a taste of the hardcore digital punk of Is This Hyperreal? check out the riotgrrl energy of “Blood In My Eyes” tale of human trafficking and “Activate!” a hyper-kinetic death ray call to action.
Atari Teenage Riot is known worldwide for their high octane, multiple gendered, politically intelligent, international, full spectrum live shows. Check out the post-neuromancer, jagged breakbeat, enveloping chaos of Alec Empire, Nic Endo and CX Kidtonik in the European tour video here! Get ready to start the riot!
2011 Atari Teenage Riot Tourdates
Presented by Dim Mak
9/4 Seattle, WA, Bumbershoot Festival
9/9 Los Angeles, CA, The Keyclub
9/13 Fort Lauderdale, FL, Culture Room
9/15 Atlanta, GA, The Masquerade
9/17 Washington, DC, 9:30 Club
9/24 Pittsburgh, PA, Rex Theater
9/27 Detroit, MI, The Majestic Theatre
9/28 Chicago, IL, Reggies Rock Club
Atari Teenage Riot Reignites with Album on Dim Mak
Is This Hyperreal?
Release Date June 7th on all DSP, June 21st physical release on Dim Mak
Is This Hyperreal? Includes Singles “
Is This Hyperreal?, Atari Teenage Riot’s first album released through LA future stomp label Dim Mak, is an acetylene laced documentation of ATR’s re-ignition after an eleven year silence. Produced, mixed, recorded with Alec Empire, Nic Endo and new ATR member CX Kidtronik (Saul Williams / Nine Inch Nails), ATR’s fourth studio release was made at the Hellish Vortex studio in Berlin.
A cultural cold war divided upon class lines, a new age of surveillance, heroes’ incarcerated in the worst conditions possible for speaking out against the military complex, a corrupt press core owned by multi-national corporations and raised to repeat sound bytes. This is the post-cyberpunk world on the brink of collapse Atari Teenage Riot’s Is This Hyperreal? is born into. Every track is an iridescent explosion of nervous energy requesting your attendance in Atari Teenage Riot’scampaign party of education and awareness. Having influenced a generation of M.I.A., Crystal Castles, Le Tigre, Sleigh Bells, and Pendulum, Atari Teenage Riot is a welcome shot in the arm of the music industry.
“Activate!” starts the album with Atari Teenage Riot’s most concise statement of intent yet. On a backing of explosive 1991 hardcore jungle synths, super collider bass kicks, and guitar shrapnel Alec, Nic, and Kidtronik spurn us into a campaign of equality, activation, and eradication of ignorance.
In “Blood In My Eyes” Alec Empire merges his chiptunes style first shown in 1999’s Nintendo Teenage Robots album with the sound of Crass exploding out of the trunk two cars over. Contained within Nic’s first lead vocal in Atari Teenage Riot tells a tale of enslavement and revenge for all of the women lost within our global human trafficking problem. “Blood In My Eyes” is a riveting electronic punk rock diatribe, paying homage to the feminine retributive subtexts espoused by cult films like ‘Kill Bill’ and heavily censored French art-house offering, ‘Baise-Moi.’ “Black Flags” is a low slung, subwoofer punching, anthem announcing Atari Teenage Riot’s support of Anonymous’ grassroots human rights campaign.
We’re allowed a brief respite to catch our breath during “Is This Hyperreal?”. The album’s title track slow cooks with seething analog synths reminiscent of Vangelis’ score for Blade Runner, symphonic percussion and a gurgling acid line are the soundtrack to the birth of a cyborg. “Codebeaker”is a stomping electro rockabilly stormer. Rubbery basslines command your posterior to action; sawtooth guitars swarm your head as Alec and Kidtronik lead us onto wall street to ask the question of “What went wrong?” Dim Mak label boss Steve Aoki’s vocals add an LA Hardcore vibe to give it that much more of a brutal punch.
“Shadow Identity” is Nic’s second lead vocal of the album and the most unexpected hook. On top of a New Order bassline and what sounds like a drum line made performed by an obsolete automotive assembly line Nic interweaves a narrative of blood diamonds, global trade and consumer awareness. “Re-arrange Your Synapses” is a new gabber punk classic. The 909 drum machine speeds up to a blurred fever pitch as Alec and Nic dive bomb verses painting a near future world of post net neutrality legislation where access to money and corporations control the public’s access to information on the internet.
Atari Teenage Riot saves their most straightforward electro romp for “Digital Decay”. Showcasing a thick gurgling bassline, razor taunt snares and Nic as a floating artificial intelligence prophet. “Digital Decay” would fit perfectly into one of Aoki’s legendary DJ sets. “The Only Slight Glimmer of Hope” is dripping with uplifting brash, sing-along, sass-bag vocals and deep driving modular synth work. “The Only Slight Glimmer of Hope” is Atari Teenage Riot’s legendary effortless synthesis of Crass, Throbbing Gristle, and Kraftwerk.
“The Collapse of History” immediately makes itself known as the most unexpected and welcome Atari Teenage Riot song ever. Throwing listeners for a complete curveball, Alec flexes his 90s hardcore influence by intertwining stadium sized jungle breakbeats with a national anthem. Nic transforms herself into a pop dance diva and brings her sassiest vocal performance of the album. The mind glue chorus celebrating the overthrow of corrupt institutions hits your like warm sunlight after an all night rave. As ATR ends the album “Humanity will win in the end.”
Is This Hyperreal? Tracklisting
2. Blood In My Eyes
3. Black Flags
4. Is This Hyperreal?
6. Shadow Identity
7. Re-Arrange Your Synapses
8. Digital Decay
9. The Only Slight Glimmer of Hope
10. The Collapse of History
Steve Aoki & Sidney Samson Release Video for “Wake Up Call”, Stars Michelle Rodriguez & Clifton Collins Jr!Posted in News with tags Avatar, Capote, Clifton Collins Jr., Dim Mak, Electro, Listen, Lost, Machete, Michelle Rodriguez, Press Release, Promotions, Sidney Samson, Steve Aoki, Traffic, Video on March 28, 2011 by emn extramusicnew
Steve Aoki & Sidney Samson’s Stars Michelle Rodriguez (Lost, Machete)
and Clifton Collins Jr. (Traffic, Capote)
As URB magazine points out, “we’re used to seeing Steve Aoki rocking the tank top, tight jeans, cool sneakers look behind the decks. So pardon if we do a double take when Aoki appears in a nice tailored suit in the video for ‘Wake Up Call.’” Notorious party-king Aoki in a suit should not be the only thing giving you a pause.
The video is set to Sidney Samson (famous for last year’s HUGE “Riverside”) and Aoki’s moments of throbbing beats set on top of an eerily lovely melody bursting into crunchy sounds with big club-house feel, then building up to Aoki screaming “WAKE UP!”. Starring Michelle Rodriguez, known for Lost, Machete, and Avatar, and her general badass-ness, and fellow badass Clifton Collins Jr. (Traffic, Capote), the video takes you in and out of dream-like states, Inception style. With naked women, Rodriguez in light bondage, and Collins in his skivvies, Aoki moves as Mr. Sandman, screaming into their ear to wake-up from their bizarre dreams.
Director Jason Beattie states, “I have been wanting to take a different approach with my music videos. When I heard this track and found out that Michelle Rodriguez and Clifton Collins Jr. were interested, I immediately knew it would work. As you’ll see, I took a more cinematic approach and used the music as a score. Working with all the actors (including Steve) was amazing and each of them brought incredible energy as you will see. A big thank you to Michelle, Clifton and Steve for letting me push as far as I did.”
Check out “Wake Up Call”
“Wake Up Call” ( Dim Mak)
Atari Teenage Riot Signs to Dim Mak
Set to Tour North America This Fall
Releasing Free Mp3 + Video of “Activate!”
“Founded in Berlin in 1992 as a riposte to their nation’s increasingly neo-nazi influenced techno scene, the reformed Atari Teenage Riot are a reminder of how pop can scare the bejesus out of the thick and the bigoted when it’s done fast, smart and furious as fuck.”
It’s rare in a world now ruled by Miley Cyrus and Justin
Bieber to hear music that is so angry with itself and with everything else around it.
But ATR’s overwhelming energy is difficult to deny, and difficult not to admire — preferably
from a safe distance.”
- Spin Magazine
After reuniting this past Spring, Alec Empire and Nic Endo (aka Atari Teenage Riot) signed on to Dim Mak. This time they’re joined by ATR newcomer (and Kanye West / Nine Inch Nails collaborator) MC CX Kidtronik. They are a natural fit with Dim Mak, as label-head Steve Aoki is known for his hard electro sound and has roots in the hardcore scene.
Check out “Activate!”, download here.
Atari Teenage Riot is known for their intense live show, and it’s been reinvigorated by the reunion. Check out the cinematic montage of furious industrial, rave-rock chaos in the video for “Activate!”, directed by Zan Lyons, here. Watch for the crowd’s reaction as they invade the stage during ATR’s
reunion at Fusion 2010, here. Want to be part of the action? Atari Teenage Riot will be heading on tour throughout North America this fall with Autoerotique. For dates and cities, please see below.
Atari Teenage Riot North American Tour
09/23: New York, NY @ The Gramercy Theater
09/24: Baltimore, MD @ Sonar
09/26: Pittsburgh, PA @ Diesel
09/27: Austin, TX @ Red 7
09/28: Dallas, TX @ Trees
09/29: Houston, TX @ Groundhall
09/30: Los Angeles, CA @ KeyClub
10/1: Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge
10/2: Montreal @ Foufounes Electriques
10/4: Toronto @ Phoenix Concert Theatre
10/5: Edmonton @ New City
10/6: Calgary @ The Gateway @ Sait
10/7: Vancouver @ Rickshaw Theatre
Atari Teenage Riot ‘Activate Live’ by Zan Lyons
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