Dim Mak Records relaunches New Noise

Dim Mak Records relaunches New Noise

Where do you hear new sounds, discover fresh beats, and check up on the hottest up and coming artists that you’ve never heard of? Well Dim Mak Records hopefully has an answer to that with the return of New Noise after a brief hiatus from launching and releasing five annual complications with the most recent coming in 2013 that received a nomination from Beatport as compilation of the year.

The new series to the Dim Mak New Noise collection has been touted as a “diverse musical catalogue, careening through bass-heavy future house beats, sultry hip-hop heaters, kaleidoscopic indie rock grooves and experimental live electronica fusions amongst infinite genre-crossing possibilities.”

The compilation series has been responsible for launching careers of now greats such as Deorro and the Bloody Beatroots just to name a couple.

Dim Mak label boss Steve Aoki has said that he is “so excited to announce the transformation of New Noise into a free model. I’ve never liked the idea of putting up barriers to new music discovery, and even with my own material I always make full track streams available on SoundCloud. The “new” New Noise will allow fans direct access to crucial new sounds curated by myself and the Dim Mak crew. New artists, new sounds, NEW NOISE!!!”

Certainly something to look forward to. Put your trust in Steve. The series will be available as two-week free downloads / Soundcloud full streams HERE, in addition to being available on iTunes, Beatport, Spotify, Amazon and Google Play.

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