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Steve Aoki’s mighty Dim Mak label are set to release a Greatest Hits of 2015 offering up a selection of the label’s best tracks released last year.

And what a tracklist! featuring a strong blend of hits ranging from progressive and electro to trap and dancehall (and everything in between), the compilation features artists like Keys N Krates, SBCR aka The Bloody Beetroots, Vicetone, 3LAU, Dirtyphonics, Ookay, Autoerotique, MORTEN, Lil Jon and many more!

With their 20th anniversary on the horizon, DIM MAK is poised for a colossal 2016. The label’s biggest players are all slated for major releases early in the year and will set the tone for what is sure to be another stellar year for Steve Aoki’s preeminent dance music label.

DIM MAK Greatest Hits 2015: Originals
Keys N Krates – Save Me (feat. Katy B)
Crookers – I Just Can’t (feat. Jeremih)
Bright Lights & 3LAU – Runaway
Botnek – Tremors (feat. Go Comet!)
Ookay -The Boot (feat. Ragga Twins)
Autoerotique – I Get Up
Vicetone – Catch Me
Blasterjaxx – Forever (feat. Courtney Jenaé)
JDG & Samual James – Dynasty (Mumbai) [feat. KARRA]
Lil Jon – Get Loose
Dirtyphonics & UZ – Hustle Hard (feat. Trinidad Jame$)
ETC!ETC! & Salvatore Ganacci – Money (feat. Hawkeye)
Ghastly – Every Night
Little Boots – Get Things Done
Chocolate Puma & Junior Sanchez – Lost Your Groove (feat. Arama)
New World Sound, No Talent – Buoy
Marnik & JAGGS – Kamelot
SBCR – The Grid
Swanky Tunes – Skin & Bones (feat. Christian Burns)
Max Styler – Aftershock (feat. Dev)
Giraffage & Viceroy – Impression Of You (feat. Patrick Baker)
MORTEN – Ukali
Alvaro & Wiwek – Fire
Garmiani – Jump & Sweat (feat. Sanjin)
Nom De Strip – Bad Things
Jacob Plant – Ice Cream
Shaun Frank & Vanrip – All About
Panic City – 5AM (feat. Kris Kiss)
Uberjak’d & Reece Low – BLTR
South Central & Qulinez – Tonight
Reid Stefan – For The Birds
Will Brennan – Smoke & Mirrors (feat. Madeaux)

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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