Next year Dim Mak, Steve Aoki’s iconic punked out dance music label, will turn 20 years old. If Dim Mak were a person, we could almost buy it a drink to celebrate this milestone. With hundreds of releases over the past 19 years, there has been some amazing cover art to go with each release. Some of the art reps a more stripped down, simplistic aesthetic, while others is vibrant, trippy and eclectic and giving a nod to the raw diversity of the LA-based imprint.  

We picked our 10 favorite pieces of Dim Mak album art, and it wasn’t an easy task. After digging through hundreds of covers we picked these ones below. Check them out, and let us know if we missed your favorite sleeve!


Cover Art:

-Bot+Tai- Nuthin’ But Fire EP

-Botnek- Sriracha & Beer

-Clinton VanSciver- Indie Anna Jones EP

-Funk Jive- Sound of Stereo

-Dim Mak- Greatest Hits of 2014

-Keys N Krates- SOLOW EP

-Origin- Terminal

-Proxy- Audio 15

-Scanners- Love is Symmetry

-Bot- Vamos/Go Down EP