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ANGGER DIMAS - "Jump Floor"

Dim Mak Records on October 01, 2013 17:48

Electro House
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    "…Angger Dimas is one of EDM's best new artists to watch…"
    —Edwin Ortiz, COMPLEX.COM (8/30/13)

    “Angger Dimas is unstoppable…And his star is only rising.”
    —Suyeon Kim, MTV IGGY (7/2/12)

    “…the young producer is set to take another step towards stardom…”
    —Aaron Berecz, DJ MAG CANADA (6/18/13)

    "…Angger Management showcases Dimas' versatility as an artist.'"
    —Laryssa Loza, VIBE.COM (9/613)

    “Jump Floor” is a bonus track featured on the debut full-length album 'Angger Management' from producer/DJ ANGGER DIMAS out now on Dim Mak Records. The track is a devilish electro house banger with a menacing jump-off bridge and anthemic builds.

    On Angger Management, the Jakarta, Indonesia-born ANGGER DIMAS explores multiple sub-genres within the extensive electronic/dance music umbrella, from electro house, pop, moombahton, hip-hop, progressive vocal house, hardstyle, and beyond. The album is ANGGER DIMAS’ most ambitious release to date, highlighting his versatility as both a songwriter and producer. Angger Management features major collaborations, including the female-driven vocal tracks “Release Me” (VIP Album Mix) with singer-songwriter Polina; the matured production prowess of “More Than Just A Feeling” featuring Tara McDonald and acclaimed guitarist Piyu; and the major crossover appeal of “Take A Breath” featuring Cassie Crawford. Other collaborations include the heavy electro crunch of “Annihilation Army” with Dim Mak founder Steve Aoki; the trap-tinged “Speakers Bout To Blow” with Dim Mak hip-hop artist Will Brennan; festival banger “123” with producer D.O.D; and more.


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