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First unveiled in the second episode of their Smash The House video series, Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike unite with Miami’s GTA and homeland duo Wolfpack for ‘Turn It Up’.

Catering for the bigger sound systems that the global festival overhaul has made so readily available to artists new and old of late, ‘Turn It Up’ looks to continue Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s on-going onslaught of minimalistic peak-time tracks.

Out today on Beatport.

First unveiled in the second episode of their Smash The House video series, Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike unite with Miami’s GTA and homeland duo Wolfpack for ‘Turn It Up’.

Catering for the bigger sound systems that the global festival overhaul has made so readily available to artists new and old of late, ‘Turn It Up’ looks to continue Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s on-going onslaught of minimalistic peak-time tracks.

Out on April 9th through Tiësto’s Musical Freedom.

Having upped the ante for Belgium’s part in the global Dance explosion considerably throughout 2012, brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike are back to release their third original of 2013 in ‘Mammoth’ with Moguai following ‘Wakanda’ and ‘Madness’.

First revealed in the official aftermovie for Tomorrowland 2012, ‘Mammoth’ plays out aptly to it’s title with high-octane substance. Pitting crunchy low-end riffage alongside slickly crafted synths, ‘Mammoth’ marks a strong continuation of what appears to be a year with their names written all over it.

Out today on Beatport.

First unveiled in the second episode of their Smash The House video series and given an exclusive spin in last night’s episode of Tiësto’s Club Life, Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike unite with Miami’s GTA and homeland duo Wolfpack for ‘Turn It Up’.

Catering for the bigger sound systems that the global festival overhaul has made so readily available to artists new and old of late, ‘Turn It Up’ looks to continue Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s on-going onslaught of minimalistic peak-time tracks.

More info on the release as we get it.

New sample added.

Back on full effect for their debut release of 2013, Axtone employ Belgium’s Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike to kick of the year with warped tribal peak timer ‘Wakanda’. Dropping off the back of their recent Dim Mak single alongside Coone and Lil Jon, the warped sample work and unrestrained leads that permeate through ‘Wakanda’ see the brotherly duo deploy one of the more striking extensions of their studio output to date. As an imprint renowned for quality over quantity in the field of modern house music, Axtone score a definitive peak timer unlike anything we have heard from the label of late.

Out today on Beatport.

Words by Dan Carter

A set-staple throughout Swedish House Mafia’s One Last Tour, Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike return to Axtone Records two years after their remix duties for ‘One Look’ alongside Axwell himself with ‘Wakanda’, a tribute to a fictional African country in the comic book ‘Black Panther’.

Built with the bigger festival speakers close to mind, the burly low-end surges and churning rhythmic builds make for one of the most pervasive yet minimalistic peak timers of the season. Leaping from subtle swells to surges of standalone lead play, the Tomorrowland residents prove that less can still be all the more powerful on the 21st century dance floor with this triumphant low-end festival cut.

Out February 11th.

In the aftermath of the release date announcement for ‘Mammoth’, Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike combine forces with hardstyle monger Coone and American rapper Lil’ Jon to release the long-awaited ‘Madness’ through Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records.

While Coone’s hard-hitting stylings can be immediately traced from the outset of the track’s cataclysmic drops, the Belgian duo’s knack for stadium-esque synth work is all too visible throughout the track. Coupled with the attitude-filled top line from Lil’ Jon, ‘Madness’ makes for a genre-defying inaugural release of 2013 for the Belgian-American foursome.

Out today on Beatport and iTunes.

Having upped the ante for Belgium’s part in the global Dance explosion considerably throughout 2012, brotherly duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike are back to kickstart 2013 with their eagerly-awaited collaborative effort alongside Moguai titled ‘Mammoth.’

First premiered in the official aftermovie for Tomorrowland 2012, the official preview reveals that the high-octane ‘Mammoth’ will be dropping just in time for the hustle and bustle of this year’s Miami Music Week. Pitting crunchy low-end riffage alongside slickly crafted synths, ‘Mammoth’ plays out aptly to it’s title and looks to set in motion what appears to be a year with their names written all over it.

‘Mammoth’ is released March 4th on Spinnin’ Records.

Update: The official video clip is now live.

As debuted by Swedish House Mafia at Friends Arena in Stockholm this past weekend, brotherly Belgian duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike make their return to officially unveil a heavy-footed new original track of theirs, entitled ‘Wakanda’.

Built with the bigger festival speakers close to mind, the burly low-end surges and churning rhythmic builds make for one of the most pervasive yet minimalistic peak timers of the season. Leaping from subtle swells to surges of standalone lead play, the Tomorrowland residents prove that less can still be all the more powerful on the 21st century dance floor with this triumphant low-end club cut.

More info on the release as we get it.

Teaming up alongside Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Indonesian Angger Dimas, Dim Mak maestro and general Electro extrovert Steve Aoki is back with yet another high-octane release for his own Dim Mak Records in ‘Phat Brahms’.

In a familiar romp of grinding low-end beats, elevated lead play and a recognizable sample from Johannes Brahms’ ‘Hungarian Dance No. 5′, the fusion of these four enigmatic producers makes for a solid instalment of dexterous fuel for the post-summer season. Where Aoki needs little aid as far as his universal profile is concerned, this track certainly highlights some of the globe’s more promising contenders in the aftermath of them embracing the stages at this year’s Tomorrowland festival in Belgium.

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