Updates

Steve Aoki & Dim Mak curates tracks for TRIP CITY

The day after his new album, NEON FUTURE II, launched – we are pleased to announce that Steve Aoki and his legendary Dim Mak label, in Los Angeles, have curated 5 new tracks to be included on the Trip City Soundtrack. This will include brand new music from artists like Botnek, Clockwork, Savage Skulls & Douster – plus brand new mixes from the super-hot Bixel Boys…. Rumor has it that Bixel Boys will actually be playing at our Los Angeles launch event at the Ace Hotel, November 13th….

To celebrate Steve & Dim Mak’s involvement with the project – we have decided to give you a free ‘taster’ of the 2014 edit of the book…. Download the first 5 pages as a PDF HERE….

http://trevormiller.org/tc/trip_city_first5.pdf

Free "Trip City" Download - "Blow Fish" by Paul Oakenfold

We are pleased to present the brand new and unreleased track entitled “Blow Fish” by Paul Oakenfold courtesy of our friends at WeTransfer. Paul composed this track inspired by the Art Opening scene in Trip City and named it after the signature exhibit of ‘poisonous’ kinetic sculptures. In return for being able to download and listen….. We’d like you to vote for Paul in the DJ Top 100. https://top100djsvote.djmag.com/

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Free "Trip City" Download Here from AutoKratz

Courtesy of our friends at WeTransfer, here is a Free Download of the track “Push” by AutoKratz – remixed especially for our TRIP CITY 25th Anniversary Edition.

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“Whilst too young to have remembered it then, this was the music I was brought up on. People like Gerald, they were the people that inspired me to make electronic music. It was a real honour to be invited to contribute something to this project; the music, the culture, the style, THAT was the time to be young.”
RUSSELL CRANK, AutoKratz – London, July 2014

AutoKratz exploded out of the French electro scene back in 2008 with the mini album album ‘Down and Out In Paris & London’ and their 2009 debut full length Animal, both released on iconic Parisian label Kitsune. Having toured every corner world off the back of these records, 2011 saw autoKratz return to London and set up Bad Life, a record label which has since launched the career’s of Petite Noir, Qtier, Fé & Attaque. The label has built a reputation for championing quality, forward thinking artists without boundaries, and has been described by DJ Mag as ’one of the best new labels in electronic Music’.