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STA & Seattle Psy Ops Present:Dimibo


Seattle Trance Alliance & Seattle PsyOps present:

Filip and Loch first met online in 2013 through a shared passion for producing electronic music. Both hailing from the Pacific Northwest, it wasn’t long before they sat down in the studio and started making music together. Their first song, ‘Shangri La,’ won them a trip to Las Vegas to perform at Electric Daisy Carnival as winners of Insomniac’s Discovery Project. However, this early success had to be put on hold. Not completely satisfied with their final product, they spent the next two years honing their production capabilities as well as their overall sound, and it is during this period that they discovered their mutual passion for psytrance.

Their performance at a few select festivals followed by a release on the respected Brazilian psy label Alien Records caught the attention of a fellow producer who calls the Northwest home. Sharing a love of psytrance with Seven Lions, they collaborated on a massive remix of Excision’s 2016 dubstep monster ‘The Paradox.’ Deftly blending two seemingly incompatible genres, their Paradox remix immediately captivated listeners on dancefloors worldwide.

With another year in the studio, Dimibo has been able to craft a sound that is characterized by powerful rhythms accented with luscious atmospheres and psychedelic soundscapes. Their songs are filled with tribal elements that bring forth primordial emotions which are displayed across entire dancefloors while the hypnotic progression of their music allows the listener to drift off and feel the nuances of a psychedelic experience.

Despite having already done official remixes for the likes of Liquid Soul and Orkidea and having received support from top industry names like Armin van Buuren and Paul Oakenfold, Dimibo continues to push forward in the studio and strive for more success. With multiple tracks set for release later in the year, it is safe to say Dimibo is just getting started.



The Underground
122 S Washington St
Seattle WA 98104

Later Event: July 1