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Steve Aoki Debut Single/Video "I’m in the House"

Posted in News, Promotions on September 1, 2009 by E.N.

Steve Aoki Releases Debut Single,
“I’m In The House”
Featuring the Mysterious Masked Rapper, [[zuper blahq]]]


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Steve Aoki, the visionary behind Dim Mak Records, knows how to spot talent. His label has brought a mind-blowing array of party-starting music to the masses, from Bloc Party to The Gossip, Klaxons, MSTRKRFT and The Bloody Beetroots. Starting out doing remixes under the name “Weird Science” with production partner Blake Miller, they remixed artists from Snoop Dogg, Peaches to Bloc Party. Under his own name, Aoki has remixed Michael Jackson, NASA (w/ Kanye West, Lykke Li & Santigold), The Killers, Lenny Kravitz, Tiga, and others while having done collaborations and tracks with The Bloody Beetroots, Armand Van Helden, Laidback Luke, Boys Noize and the Faint, Junkie XL and most notably The Bloody Beetroots who’s track “Warp 1.9″ hit #2 on MTV Europe.

On September 15, Steve Aoki will release his own single, “I’m in The House,” featuring the mysterious man in the mask, [[zuper blahq]]]. The track is a fun, jumpy track that shouts out artists and friends of Dim Mak: Crookers, Boys Noize, MSTRKRFT, The Bloody Beetroots, LMFAO, and Pase Rock.
Who is [[zuper blahq]]]?
We can’t tell, but maybe if you listen closely enough you can guess!
The “I’m in the House” single package features a diverse collection of remixes by The Count aka Hervé who lays down a heavy dub step remix, and Gigi Barocco driving the Italian fidget sound. A second package will be released later this year featuring remixes by LMFAO, Sharam of Deep Dish, world renowned pianist Eric Lewis and many more.

Steve Aoki will release his full-length debut album in spring 2010.

In the meantime, catch him at one of his many DJ residencies around the globe, or follow his antics by tuning in to www.steveaoki.com. Oh, and did we mention that he’s got his own clothing line to boot?
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Z-TRIP voted America’s Best DJ for 2009!

Posted in News, Promotions on September 1, 2009 by E.N.


Z-TRIP voted America’s Best DJ for 2009

ABDJ Awards Ceremony and Closing Party Set for The Palms Hotel & Casino Las Vegas—With Paul Oakenfold’s Planet Perfecto party!

The votes have all been counted and it’s official–DJ Times magazine and Pioneer Pro DJ are proud to announce that Z-Trip has been voted America’s Best DJ for 2009.

The talented Los Angeles-based jock will be honored September 12 in Las Vegas for the ABDJ Closing Party, which will include a press reception at Ghost Bar in The Palms Hotel & Casino. After being presented with his trophy–a special Gold-Plated Pioneer mixer–Z-Trip will perform with Paul Oakenfold at the Rain Nightclub for the Planet Perfecto party, one of America’s wildest nights out.

It’s an honor to be ranked No. 1 by the people,” said Z-Trip (aka Zach Sciacca), “especially considering all the incredible talent out there these days.”

Additionally, a lucky ABDJ voter (plus a guest) will be flown to Vegas for the festivities–will it be you? Stay tuned. We’ll announce our Grand Prize winner very soon!
2009 AMERICA’S BEST DJ FINAL RESULTS

WINNER – Z-Trip
An early leader in the mashup movement, Z-Trip can entertain almost any crowd—he’s opened for The Rolling Stones and played with jam bands at the Bonnaroo Festival. The Los Angeles-based turntablist was also featured heavily in Doug Pray’s terrific documentary, Scratch. His Uneasy Listening collaboration with DJ P remains a hot eBay item.
Check Out Z-Trip’s Myspace here!


SECOND PLACE – Steve Porter
Another true mobile-to-global story, Porter honed his studio skills and eventually gained notice from top touring jocks like Chris Fortier. Soon his energetic remixes and sharp original productions found themselves in sets by Carl Cox and Paul van Dyk. Over time, his Porterhouse mix CDs and club nights, which showcase his driving dancefloor sound, have solidified his status as one of America’s Best DJs
Check Out Steve Porters Myspace here!

THIRD PLACE – DJ Qbert
A genuine DJ legend, Qbert is a turntablist who makes other jocks stand back in awe. Hailing from the San Francisco area, QBert gained fame as a competition-winning battle jock and as one-fifth of the Invisibl Skratch Piklz DJ crew. Always the innovator, QBert’s repertoire of scratches and other tricks has won a global following of fans and vinyl-fetish DJs.
Check Out DJ Qbert’s Myspace here!

FOURTH PLACE – Kaskade
A DJ whose profile continues to rise, Kaskade (aka Ryan Raddon) has become one of our most in-demand club talents. As evidenced by his terrific recent artist CD, Strobelight Seduction, a slew of high-profile remixes, and a series of dance chart hits—“Everything,” “Stars Align” and “Move For Me” (with Canada’s Deadmau5)—Kaskade stands as one of America’s most prolific remixer/producers and most popular homegrown DJs.
Check Out Kaskade’s Myspace here!

FIFTH PLACE – Scotty Boy
Another DJ with wildly diverse tastes and talents, Scotty Boy has become one of the DJ Kings of Las Vegas. In addition to playing several radio shows and Sin City residencies, Scotty has become best known for the infamous Rehab pool party on Sundays at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Check Out Scotty Boy’s Myspace here!

How did the other DJs fare in this year’s ABDJ voting? Get the results here

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California Dubstep Republic Podcast by Tommy Lexxus

Posted in Bass, Dub Step, Funky, Grime, Podcast on September 1, 2009 by E.N.


California Dubstep Republic Podcast by Tommy Lexxus
1. I Want You – The Next feat TKR – Barish
2. Just For You – Untold – Hot Flush
3. Laboratoire 46 – Twisted – Bassism Forthcoming
4. 21g – Beep (Olpek and Cstar) feat Danni M
5. Dream State – Riskotheque – Audio Freaks
6. Night Thunder – Nero – Z Audio
7. Oldskool Dub – Sonwah Fresh and DepOne
8. Possession – Riskotheque
9. Lounge Dub – Vista – 3.5
10. This You Know – Wascal – Rogue Dubs
11. Positive Vibes (HD4000 Duck Double Dub Rmx) – The Widdler
12. Kill Bumba – Gunstab
13. Beasts In The Basement – Reso – Civil Music
14. Down Low (HD4000 Top Shelf Rmx) – Voodoo Steamboat – WE
15. First Step – L-Wiz – Red Volume
16. Wishing On – DepOne – Savory Audio
17. Dirt Cluster – Twisted – Heavy Artillery
18. Mofo Rmx – Antiserum
19. Guts – Gunstab – Bassism
20. Busted Brain VIP – Dubsworth – Full Melt
21. Mission – Blackheart
22. Bass No.5 – the Bassist – Hollow Point
23. Fresh – Gunstab
24. Some Way Through This (Plastician and Skream Rmx)
25. Hallucinations (The Bassist Rmx) – NTRLD – Double Drop
26. Shelter (Tommy Lexxus Rmx) – Forensics – Eight:FX
27. Internet Millionaire’s Club (Tommy Lexxus pre-Antiserum Rmx)
28. Bad Trip (Rob Sparx Rmx) – Nero – Audio Freaks
29. Missing Link – Redline – Urban Graffiti
30. Beholder – Antiserum
31. Jupiter – Blackheart – Brapdem
32. Get Mad – Gunstab
33. Angels – Phokus and TKR – Barish
34. Comfortably Numb (DZ and Rastratronics Rmx) – Pink Floyd
35. Foxy Lady (Gunstab Rmx) – Jimi Hendrix
36. Spray Can – PhoneCall
37. Living In A Basement – Modular – J-Tek
38. The Knowledge (Untold Rmx) – Toasty – Hot Flush
39. Reaker – TKR’s Heavy Mix – Barish
40. Smoke One – The Bassist & Triage
41. Psycho – Gunstab
42. Our Moment – Babylon System – Argon
43. Devil’s Kiss – Rogue Star’s Hells Gate Mix – Urban Graffiti

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RA.170 FaltyDL

Posted in Bass, Dub Step, Electronic, Funky, Grime, Podcast, RA, Wonky on September 1, 2009 by E.N.


The NYC-based 2-stepper mixes up the tempo on this week’s RA podcast.

Looking at Planet Mu’s 2009 release schedule, you can’t help but feel slightly overwhelmed. Come the beginning of September, Mike Paradinas (AKA µ-Ziq) has already released albums by Shitmat, Milanese, Like Vibert, Few Nolder, Venetian Snares, Legion Of Two and Boxcutter. But arguably the most interesting full-length that the label has birthed this year is the debut album from New York-based producer Andrew Lustman. Love Is a Liability saw the 2-step template turned on its head, with Lustman’s rich melodic textures and hyper-kinetic beat programming injecting a fresh sensibility into the genre.

Not one to rest on his laurels, Lustman has already completed work on his follow-up album, and showcased a fresh direction with his To London 12-inch on Ramp Recordings. While the title track on the latter sees him pull off a wonky house workout complete with wiggling synths and skippy rolling percussion, “Meta-Cognist” proves that he can also craft lush Detroit beatdown-inspired material with the best of them. Similarly, Lustman’s RA podcast journeys through beat-driven low tempo sounds, inventive new-school UK garage, dubstep and even some wild drum & bass courtesy of Luke Vibert.(more at RA)

RA.170 FaltyDL
Tracklist:

Ultragamma – Stars Collapse
Architeq – Sleeping Bear Lament (Take remix) [Planet Mu]
Floating Points – Esthian III [Planet Mu]
FaltyDL – Play Child [Planet Mu]
Floating Points – K&G Beat [Planet Mu]
sbtrkt – 2020
FaltyDL – Time
FaltyDL – Bravery [Planet Mu]
Untold – Don’t Know Don’t Care
Boxcutter – Other People
Joy Orbison – Wet Look [Hotflush Recordings]
Luke Vibert – Belief File [Planet Mu]
sbtrkt – Laika [Brain Math]
Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo [Hotflush Recordings]
Toasty – The Knowledge [Hotflush Recordings]
Spac Hand Luke – Like A Machine [Rephlex]
Amen Andrews – Screwface [Rephlex]
Aphex Twin – Inkey$ [Warp Records]
FaltyDL – Made Me Feel So Right [Planet Mu]

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