Brrrat! Nominated as Best Underground Dance Track & Best Electro Track for 26th Annual IDMAs
THE 26TH ANNUAL IDMAs (INTERNATIONAL DANCE MUSIC AWARDS): As one of the most anticipated annual events on the global dance music calendar (and the only longstanding awards event dedicated to the dance and electronic music industry) the IDMAs generate over two million votes from music enthusiasts in 183 countries to honor exceptional achievements in 57 award categories. The awards event is an industry program highlight at the epicenter of the WMC week, one of the most anticipated gatherings on the music industry calendar assembling music professionals, artists, DJs and press from 70 countries. Another unique aspect of the IDMAs is the convergence of industry legends and emerging talent alike. As part of its mission statement to serve as a platform for the advancement of the industry, the IDMAs place particular emphasis on innovative artists and industry. As trends in the industry develop and change, the IDMA’s will continue to serve as an essential platform for career launching appearances.
Armand Van Helden is a Bostonian who emerged into the scene as a DJ and producer since the early 90s. He’s gained global acclaim from singles like, ‘U Don’t Know Me’ and ‘I Want Your Soul’, while collaborating with the likes of The Rolling Stones, Britney Spears, and Daft Punk.
Steve Aoki is a musician, record producer and owner of Dim Mak Records who has made himself a household name with tunes like ‘I’m In The House’ while collaborating with those like The Bloody Beetroots and Kid Cudi. In addition, he’s kept the Hollywood party scene alive through Dim Mak Tuesdays.
Armand and Steve, both undoubtedly movers and shakers of the current generation, have joined forces to conceive a sound that has tampered with memory lane and pampered with their essences. Their single, ‘Braaat!’ iTunesBeatport is like a love child, but in terms of music, can be described as a banging rave chune.
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