SOUND THE HORN! The German mysterio TAI and Lazer Major himself DIPLO teamed up to produce “Booty Drop” – a soap bubbling bouncey tune that is not for the serious listener and most definitely for the LOL in all of us this festival season. The two dudes even put their own vocals on the track, slowing the vibe into the downtempo breakdown and then back into twerk mode with slimey sirens and booty bass kicks that go up, down, and all around. YES, they’re giving this bb out for FREE.
After an amicable split in late 2012, Bot (ex Crookers) took to the studio to start a new chapter in his musical career; aiming his production sights at a new futuristic Techno sound. 11 brand new originals came of this self-inflicted studio lockdown, including a handful of new collaborations with Astronomar, TAI, David Heartbreak, and more. He’s put together a 24-minute teaser to give us all a taste of the new side of Bot, and it’s brilliant. Bot’s first release will be out this March on Mad Decent.
For all those fearing that EDM producers are crossing too fast into the mainstream, you’ll be happy to hear those who are putting up a fight to keep things heavy. MIxed feelings about the band One Republic? Don’t run for your life, the techno monster TAI has smashed the official remix for the band’s new single – out now in Germany and forthcoming worldwide on Interscope. BOOM.
To promote the recent release of TAI’s new LOSE YOURSELF EP, Dim Mak Records is giving away the Craig Williams Remix for the fans. A monster in its own, the rolling bass and dark stabs in this one take the already massive original and sends it through the techno grinder. Grab it below for FREE, and check out more giveaways on Dim Mak’s #FreeFridays!
It’s been a year since Bart B More released the devastating single Traction, a chart topper in 2011 with massive support from such greats like Boys Noize, Zombie Nation and Tiga. With only hints at the remixes teased in his signature mixtapes, the Traction Remixes EP finally dropped today on Bart’s label Secure Recordings. If you thought the original was enough, the remixes are through the roof – including successfully eclectic versions by the German TAI (our favorite), Dutch Baskerville and Norwegian Funkin Matt. Check them out below, and don’t forget to support the Traction Remixes EP on Beatport!
TAI will be releasing his ever-buzzing collaboration with Steve Aoki next month on Dim Mak Records, and after a successful remix competition for the Lose Yourself EP, TAI has put together a big time Electro mix featuring a plethora of heavy hitting tracks from Bart B More, Crookers, Afrojack, and more. He’s also included a rework of ‘Lyposuct’ that I’m particularly fond of towards the beginning of the mix, so make sure to pay close attention to that one. Download below! Continue Reading
What’s up GDD readers? This last weekend I (Tre) put together a mix for all of you that features a plethora of different artists and styles. Get ready to get dark and groovy with this one folks, hope ya dig!
*Also, be on the lookout for Charles I and my upcoming EP.
Dim Mak & Soundcloud are proud to announce their first Remix Partnership; Presenting the TAI – ‘Loose Yourself feat. Steve Aoki‘ Remix Contest! They’re now offering fans a chance to dissect and recreate TAI’s next major release on Dim Mak Records! Create your own version, with no limits or constraints. The format you want to project is yours for the taking!
Our good friends over at Dim Mak are gearing up for a party-filled week in Miami next week, and to kick things off right, they’ve put together a mix with a whole lot of good new tunes from the label. As you can see in the pack shot, they’ve included new ones from all of the Dim Mak heavyweights including Steve Aoki, Joachim Garraud, and AutoErotique, as well as unreleased tracks from our homies Clockwork, Alvin Risk, TAI, and more. Get in the Miami mood. Continue Reading
German House and Electro producer, TAI, just came out with a new mix last week for Dim Mak Records titled, At The Disco, but don’t let the name fool you. Yes, there are definitely some Disco jams peppered inside of the mix, but you better believe that TAI incorporated his signature heavy sound in there with new tracks from Tiga, Gesaffelstein, Brodinski, and of course, TAI himself.