Angger Dimas (born March 1, 1988) is an Indonesian electronic musician, DJ and music producer from Jakarta, Indonesia. Angger Dimas started playing guitar at age 7 and first became active in the Jakarta club scene in 2009. He has been called the #1 DJ of Indonesia by thedjlist.com.
Angger Dimas signed with Australian record label Vicious Recordings in early 2009, His debut release "Duck Army" was played by Tocadisco, Joachim Garraud and Laidback Luke and others. Dimas then collaborated with Vandalism and earned international support on their release "She Got It" which was included on the Ministry of Sound Australia Annual 2010 CD and played by Sebastian Ingrosso as his opening track at the "Sensation" New Year's Eve event in Melbourne. Their collaboration was regularly heard in the playlists of David Guetta, Chuckie, Armand Van Helden, Laidback Luke and Axwell.
Angger Dimas continued releasing remixes including Richard Vission & Static Revenger "I Like That", which reached #1 on the Cool Cuts Club Chart UK, Avicii, Afrojack, R3hab, Ian Carey, Kaskade, Tommie Sunshine, Amy Meredith, Sandro Silva and Havana Brown. Angger opened for DJ Tiësto in Bangkok 2010, after which the two collaborated to create the group Boys Will Be Boys. In 2011 they released the 3 track EP "We Rock." The title track reached the Top 10 of the Beatport Electro House chart, and was also featured on Tiësto's Clublife Mix Compilation Album. In 2011, he teamed up with Belgian trio Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike and Yves V, on their collaborative release "Madagascar", written for the Tomorrowland Festival. One of his earlier tracks "Hey Freak" was leaked when it featured in the DJ sets of Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Laidback Luke at the Electric Daisy Carnival festival.
Angger Dimas has now DJ'ed in Australia and New Zealand with multiple tours in February 2010 supporting Avicii, November 2010, February 2011 supporting Oliver Twizt & Laidback Luke and again in November 2011 with Hardwell & Calvertron. In September 2011 Angger toured USA playing together with Steve Aoki & Sidney Samson in Las Vegas and played the Nocturnal Festival alongside the Bassjackers, Dirty South and Avicii and then co-headlined an ADE party in Amsterdam with Hardwell. 2012 saw the release of collaborations with Steve Aoki, "Steve Jobs", Phat Brahms, Beat Down and a remix of Afrojack & R3hab's "Prutaataa", the first track of Angger's first album "Release Me" (featuring Polina) and a collaboration with Bassjackers, "RIA". Later in the year Angger played at Tomorrowland (Belgium) on the Dim Mak Up All Night Stage and also joining Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike on the mainstage to debut their new collaboration 'Phat Brahms' live on the Tomorrowland TV Stream.
With his variety vacuum, Angger has been showing his existences by releasing singles and collaboration with the likes of Diplo, Travis Porterr and Will Brennan. Angger also co-producer(remix) for Linkin Park and Steve Aoki's single and Yellow Claw. Angger Dimas also sits in number 137 DJMAG and keep him as the number 1 in Indonesia and Asia by far.
Angger Dimas debut album titled Angger Management is set to come out on Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records and Vicious Recordings on September 3. Included in the album are collaborations with Steve Aoki, Tara McDonald & Piyu on the track "More Than Just A Feeling", Vandalism and many more. Along with the Album Angger Dimas has announced a forthcoming tour throughout North America. The 'Angger Management' Tour starts at Electric Zoo Festival September 1, 2013 and ends after a performance at the debut of TomorrowWorld in the USA, where Angger will join Dim Mak artists and Steve Aoki on the Up All Night Stage.
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