GET LOADED IN THE PARK

Seriously, if you’re in London this weekend, get to this party! By grabbing your tickets here, you’ll save yourself £12, so don’t hesitate. (Sorry, discount tickets are sold out.) All four stages look pretty sick – so the only downside to this would be deciding who to watch. Taking place at Clapham Common on Sunday 30th August (no work Monday!), Get Loaded in the Park is your one-stop festival shop, right in the heart of London. No 1 hour treks to the site, no mud, no camping, no re-mortgage plans needed to finance your fun… and just about every electronic genre is covered across 4 stages in the glorious sunshine! (Good weather not guaranteed.)


MP3: Felix da Housecat – We All Wanna Be Prince


MP3: Sneaky Sound System – I Love It (Fred Falke remix)


MP3: Freeland – Under Control


MP3: Pendulum – Propane Nightmare (VIP mix)


MP3: MSTRKRFT – Bounce (lightsoverLA remix)

THE BLOODY BEETROOTS

In case you forgot, THE BLOODY BEETROOTS release their debut long player, “ROMBORAMA” tomorrow. I don’t have a lot to go from other than the two latest singles and the schwack of EPs and remixes coming from the Italian duo. DIM MAK however, describes the album like this.

This is the fusion of two concepts, describing Sir Bob Cornelius Rifos anarchical musica opera. The album destroys the notion of musical genre, expanding the meaning of Music in a period in which this term is in serious jeopardy. In this collection of twenty original tracks, the only common denominator is electronic. It is a journey into the mind of Sir Bob, oscillating between techno, punk, classical and baroque, soundtrack for film, house, italo-disco and hip hop.

Each song has its own inner world, explored with the help of featured artists of the calibre of Justing Pearson (All Leather), Lisa Kekaula, The Cool Kids, Beta Bow, Cecile, STEVE AOKI, J*Davey, and Vicarious Bliss.

The single, “Awesome” featuring THE COOL KIDS, was released on July 27th. Grab your copy from your preferred retailer if you haven’t already.
[iTunes]
[beatport]


The Bloody Beetroots feat The Cool Kids – Awesome


MP3: The Bloody Beetroots feat Steve Aoki – Warp 1.9

Also, if you’re able, catch them on tour:

Aug 21 KIEWIT, HASSELT, Limburg @ PUKKELPOP
Aug 22 GLASCOW, Scotland @ DEATH DISCO
Aug 23 ABERDEEN, Scotland @ SNAFU
Aug 25 IBIZA @ RECLAIM THE DANCEFLOOR
Aug 30 LONDON, London @GET LOADED IN THE PARK

GET LOADED!

The lineup for GET LOADED is pretty sick and it keeps getting better. Just thinking about all these djs / producers / etc. kinda makes me giz in my pants. If you’re in London at the end of August, don’t hesitate and grab yer tickets here. By buying your tickets through this link, you save yourself £12 which is an effing steal, especially when considering what you’re getting.

 


MP3: Sneaky Sound System – I Love It (Fred Falke remix)


MP3: Freeland – Under Control


MP3: Pendulum – Propane Nightmare (VIP mix)


MP3: MSTRKRFT – Bounce (lightsoverLA remix)

STEVE AOKI

I don’t know how many times STEVE AOKI has been through Winnipeg, but as someone on a local forum pointed out, he should probably just move here already. Seriously. The DIM MAK label boss has played The Peg more often than any other touring DJ. Much love I suppose. Anyway, he’s here one more time, this time at REPUBLIC tonight. We had some tickets but they’re already gone.

MP3: N.A.S.A. – Gifted (Steve Aoki remix)

MP3: SPA – Pets Dance (Steve Aoki remix)

MP3: The Bloody Beetroots ft. Steve Aoki – Warp 1.9

MP3: Junkie XL ft Steve Aoki – 1967 Poem

EDIT: Dim Mak just sent this video for you all to see.

BLOODY BEETROOTS + STEVE AOKI

Here is the full video of “Warp”, the new single from THE BLOODY BEETROOTS ft STEVE AOKI. As of today, its available at iTunes, Beatport, Juno, etc. plus there’s a limited edition vinyl as well.

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Courtesy of our friends from DIM MAK.