Angger Dimas | Saturday May 28

Boshe | Saturday May 28
Roots
Angger Dimas started to play the guitar when he was seven, and he crossed over to dance music when he was 19 years old. After a lot of practice which was augmented by some sort of cosmic gift for working the turntables, he signed with Australian label Vicious Recordings in early 2009. His rise to stardom really took stride after he released “Duck Army” which was played by several internationally renowned DJs.
Sounds
Electro house, progressive house, trap, moombahton, tech house
Where you might have heard him
He has extensively toured across many countries around the globe, playing at major music festivals such as Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, Electric Daisy Carnival, Electric Zoo and Nocturnal Wonderland. With his extensive experience in the scene, he sits at #134 on DJMag list in 2015, keeping him as the #1 in Indonesia and Asia by far.
Notable tracks
In 2009, he collaborated with Vandalism to for “She Got It” which was included in Ministry of Sound’s Australia’s Annual 2010. The track also gained support from the likes of Sebastian Ingrosso, David Guetta, Chuckie, Armand Van Helden, Laidback Luke and Axwell. In 2010, he released the remix of Richard Vission & Static Revenger’s “I Like That” which reached #1 in the Cool Cuts Club Chart UK. He opened for Tiësto in Bangkok 2010, after which the two collaborated to create Boys Will Be Boys, releasing the three-track EP titled We Rock. 2012 saw him collaborating with Steve Aoki to produce tracks such as “Steve Jobs”, “Phat Brahms” and “Beat Down”.
Why see him
As the only Indonesian DJ to gain worldwide acclaim, this young gun has represented the country with his mash-up of chopped beats and pumping synths that are topped off with some Dutch inspired spicy sounds! Catch his set at Boshe on May 28.

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