"Armand Van Helden and Steve Aoki need no introduction, as their stamp on dance music is already firmly pressed onto dancefloors and into headphones. Their communal joint, "Brrrat!" is rapid fireworks with a cut of that classic rap exclamation, "brrrat." But from an EP of remixes comes Dim Mak young gun SonicC's rub on it and it sure suits his name—warbled and warp speed, slowing the "brrrat" sample at points to a water dribble. Find the original single out now on Dim Mak and a whole host of other releases from all three there, too."
SCANNERS have been featured in in the hit TV Gossip Girl and now, their single “Salvation” can be heard on “So You Think You Can Dance?” (Canada). SYOTYCD’s Top 4 couple, Janick and Deny, did a stunning, contemporary performance to the Scanners acclaimed song. Cheers for Scanners taking over our speakers and television screens!
DEATHCREW77 erupts on stage at Grande Halle De La Villette in Paris! The masked destroyers offered the crowd a true treat, a sneak to their upcoming “CHURCHOFNOISE”!
“Its (Church Of Noise) a concept based on the future, on how we live our lives, on how to produce songs, and on how to fight for the creation of a new creative system. We want to break down barriers, and we will do that through this Church Of Noise. For every concert you attend, we celebrate our freedom together.” - Bob Rifo
Lay to rest your costumes, and lend your eyes and ears to Scanners “Baby Blue” Video + Remixes! The stand- out single opens with an intimate aura from Sarah Daley’s vox that interweaves with bells, guitars and other orchestrated notes.
Give a listen to the winning remix of Scanners “Baby Blue” from Dim Mak/Heineken/Green Shoelace Remix Contest.
Rob Roy's much-anticipated video for ‘Carmencita’ from his debut album King Warrior Magician Lover. Directed by Lance Drake, whose videography includes Middle Class Rut "New Low" & Minks "Funeral Song".
Carmencita showcases a highly stylish and aesthetic imagery that is pleasing to the eye. Drake visually captures the songs natural rhythm, soul and beats.
Two of the most important people in dance music, Steve Aoki and Armand Van Helden concocted the frenetic, peak-hour soundscape that sets the tempo for Ace Norton’s dystopian nightmare rife with metaphor.