Toronto electronic duo AUTOEROTIQUE has released their newest track “Play It Again” on Dim Mak Records.
On “Play It Again,” AUTOEROTIQUE has proven their talent and individuality knows no boundaries. The track fuses elements of Dirty Dutch and big room and arrives at something entirely unique. This high-octane electro banger provides a knocking drop that makes listeners want to “Play It Again,” and again, and again, and again.
“Play It Again” is a follow-up to their recently released Asphyxiation (Remixes) EP, out now on Dim Mak Records. The Asphyxiation (Remixes) EP features the wildly popular original track with remix contributions from Skitzofrenix, LOUDPVCK, Botnek(also a Dim Mak artist), and Uberjak’d. Listen to the Asphyxiation (Remixes) EP here:http://youtu.be/3kTj8w8CSgU.
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AUTOEROTIQUE—founded by Keith Robertson and Dave Henderson—broke into 2009 and soon caught the attention of DJ/producer/label owner Steve Aoki. Shortly after signing with Dim Mak Records, AUTOEROTIQUE made a stamp on the dance music world that would not be ignored with the release of their first official single “Gladiator.”The single was later followed by remixes featuring the great DJ AM & Steve Aoki, among Klever, The Faint, and more. Hit after hit, AUTOEROTIQUE rose through ranks and gained support from legends such as Tiësto, Benny Benassi, Laidback Luke,David Guetta, and many more. Along the way, AUTOEROTIQUE has released remixes for said legends in addition to Skrillex, Diplo, Korn, Lykke Li, Shinichi Osawa, Chris Cornell & Timbaland, Fischerspooner, Weezer, NERVO, and more. AUTOEROTIQUE‘s debut EP Freak smashed the Beatport charts with their biggest hit to date, “Turn Up The Volume.” With the release of their second EP EKG, they continued to inspire DJs and music lovers alike with their out-of-the-box sound design. Their latest single, “Asphyxiation,” is their masterpiece. The track and its masterful video counterpart are meticulously executed in a way that should require a precautionary label. Everything they were and everything they are breathes in “Asphyxiation.” From the iconic rises of “Bubonic,” rumbling bass of “Turn Up The Volume,” to the confusing, yet perfectly executed triplet mayhem of EKG, it’s all there in unison. The musically inclined minds of AUTOEROTIQUE are always persisting to captivate industry buffs and fans alike perpetuating their increasingly global presence.