Thomas Gold and Angger Dimas‘ new EDM track, “HI LO”, holds nothing back. Coming in at a danceable 130 beats per minute, the track’s grooving beat and high-octane energy will make house music fans rock their bodies, stomp their feet, and find their minds exploding in ecstasy. The climax of the sonic piece repeats the phrase “Going up and moving up, people moving to the floor.”
Fans of “HI LO” will find the climax of the sonic piece iconic as it repeats the phrase “Going up and moving up, people moving to the floor,” and would like nothing more than to do just that. The song was released April 17, 2019, via streaming services such as YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music, among others and has already gained 25,000 views on the label Revealed Recording’s YouTube channel alone, and with a 95% like to dislike ratio. Scrolling through the comment sections, one will find a multitude of fire and heart emojis, phrasing like “lit AF,” and an overall Annger Dimas, Thomas Gold and EDM community’s expressions full of praise.
Looking through various comment sections for “HI LO” on social media; one will find that they are filled with many English-speaking Indonesian people roaring with pride for Angger Dimas and his success in the industry. Annger Dimas has just signed to Revealed Records and EDM fans should keep an eye out as he will only grow a larger fan base in the coming years.
“HI LO” for sure is a memorable track. Thomas Gold and Annger Dimas because the song features top quality drum samples and the overall mastering and production quality is perfection. It also has a proper build up and does not drop into something corny, a mistake a lot of electronic music artists make.
The rhythm of the track has a solid 4/4 beat that stays truthful throughout. Truthful to the trance vibe that Annger Dimas and Thomas Gold have put into existence. The mood of the track can be pleasing to someone sober or out celebrating with friends. This collaboration is going to have fans begging for more from these two artists.
Thomas Gold, aged 37, born Frank Thomas Knebel-Janssen, is a German-born DJ and producer. Frank got his start in the early-2000s making trance music. He rose to fame for his talent for deft remixes and collaborations with other musicians. Electronic music artists and producers with no less a pedigree than Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, and David Guetta have all recognized Gold’s work. On YouTube alone, his collaborations with HIIO & Harrison, and Borgeous have amassed 4.8 and 3.8 million views, respectively. In 2012, Gold was listed as #82 on DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJs. Give him a listen using his personal Soundcloud account.
Indonesian-born Annger Dimas, while not exactly yet a household name in the United States, has been called Indonesia’s No.1 DJ. He has traveled the world sharing his production skills throughout the EDM scene. Career highlights include touring with the late and great Avicii and collaborations with Diplo, Travis Porter, and Steve Aoki.
Indonesian-born Annger Dimas, while not exactly yet a household name in the United States, has been called Indonesia’s No.1 DJ. In Indonesia, Annger is analogous to Deadmaus, and Skrillex, or Bassnectar of our American electronic music scene. However, he has traveled the world sharing his production skills throughout the EDM scene. Career highlights include touring with the late and great Avicii and collaborations with Diplo, Travis Porter, and Steve Aoki. He is also listed as a co-producer for Linkin Park. Additionally, his collaboration on Steve Aoki’s Beat Down featuring Iggy Azalea has almost 25 million views on just YouTube at the time of this publication. To check out Angger Dimas’s music check out his SoundCloud.