TAI & Le Shuuk – Unicorn

Wätermat, Becky Hill & TAI – All My Love (Jack Beats Remix)

AND THEN HIS D!#% FELL OFF – Listen to the most provocative electro you’ll hear this Halloween season

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The land of Kannibalen is a place full of intriguing characters and tall tales. One in particular that stands out, “Unicorn,” is being told by the bards TAI and Le Shuuk. The high-energy tale recounts the story of a man who is looking for a special way to get over his lady issues. From a tavern, to a magical island where the enchanted beast lives and back, they take us on a wild ride that just might make your extremities fall off.

“Unicorn” will ravage main-stages everywhere, and cause destruction to underground parties that let the beast run wild. You will laugh, cry, and most of all, dance when “Unicorn” is unleashed onto congregations.

Watermät & TAI – Frequency

Angger Dimas feat. Will Brennan – Speakers Bout To Blow (TAI Remix)

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TAI & Kay – The Thrill

Bot & Tai ‘Nuthin But Fire’ EP

Producers BOT (formerly of the world famous Crookers) and TAI join forces on the newly released Nuthin But Fire EP, available now on Dim Mak Records.

Combining BOT and TAI, two producers from starkly different backgrounds and genres, could be risky. Instead, the result of this sort of collaboration evolves beautifully with the release of the Nuthin But Fire EP, four tracks of teamwork genius. Totally unique and impossible to categorize, the Nuthin But Fire EP stands heads above the rest with its blend of jungle and ‘90s breakbeat sounds. In the presence of two producers who truly understand what it means to make groundbreaking music, Nuthin But Fire blazes through the speakers and provides a sound that is unforgettable.

“…full of wild machined sounds that are anything but your average stop-drop-and-bang tracks.”
— Thump

About BOT:
Bot is of the future. Half man, half-machine, fully Italian. Exiled in West London, locked in the studio since departing the legendary duo Crookers, Bot (his creators named him Andrea Fratangelo) has disassembled any expectations and rebuilt his sound for 2018. Since forging his new solo path, Bot has prepared half a dozen releases to deliver throughout 2013. The first, Vamos/Go Down EP was hastily snatched by Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label and released in March. His second release Indastria 2028 followed in May on his own label Main Course (with partners Astronomar and Neoteric). Next up are two smashers for Blood Music (Trails/One Hour), which was featured in Fake Blood’s Fabric Live 69 compilation. To round out the year, Bot joins the crew at Southern Fried once again to drop the Friday Pulse EP and remixes featuring the legendary Robert Owens. On top of that, more music from Bot and friends is being prepared for Main Course, and he’s stayed busy remixing the likes of Diplo and Wiley. Futuristic techno and unorthodox club rhythms are welded with hip-hop influences, and a nod to the sounds and sprit of classic house. What we have here folks, is the new tomorrow.

About TAI:
The London born, German-based house DJ and producer TAI needs little introduction. In his home land of Germany, TAI lives his life through his alter ego as an electro DJ and producer of some of the hottest electronic and house beats on the scene. Renowned amongst the dance circuit as the friendliest man on tour and an increasingly prolific producer, TAI has had a string of underground club hits. After an exuberant career working for the biggest names in the industry as a successful and plentiful hip-hop producer, earning him a string of awards and gold plaques, TAI decided it was time for a change and turned to electronic music, creating a portfolio for himself as an artist in his own right. Kicking off with his first release “Lyposuct” on Dim Mak Records, the track took TAI to new levels instantly. Since 2009, he has then gone on to release “Paradise Poltergeist” with Steve Aoki, “TAIFelix” with Felix Da Housecat, “Booty Drop” with his hip-hop rooted buddy Diplo, and “Spank” with his good friends Bart B More and The Bloody Beetroots, plus a string of releases on labels such as Dim Mak, Boysnoize Records, Southern Fried, Turbo and Mixmash. If that’s not enough, TAI has also gone on to remix artists such as Billy Idol’s world hit “White Wedding,” OneRepublic’s “Feel Again,” Mason’s “Exceeder,” U.K.’s #1 rapper Wiley’s “Ayayay,” “Electric Boogaloo,” and many more. With an incredible amount of support from artists such as Steve Aoki, Tiësto, Afrojack, 2 Many DJs, Laidback Luke, The Bloody Beetroots, and Felix Da Housecat, there is only more to come from TAI. There is no end in sight for this talented electro gem.

TAI and Diplo – Booty Drop (Original Mix)

TAI & Diplo – Booty Drop

TAI – Steroid

TAI is back with an exclusive preview of his newest track ‘Steroid’ slated for release expediently on Dim Mak. Steve Aoki’s label is known for releasing some of the most in your face electro out there, which makes for a reputation of debauchery, dancing and possible food fights. The beepy progression on Steroid (not to be confused with those Dutch beeps…) will definitely get you going.