Angger Dimas

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Angger Dimas
Birth nameRaden Angger Dimas Riyanto
BornMarch 1, 1988 (1988-03) (age 30)
Jakarta, Indonesia
OriginJakarta, Indonesia
GenresElectro house, progressive house, trap, moombahton, tech house
Years active2009 – present
LabelsVicious Recordings, Dim Mak, Mixmash, Mad Decent, Spinnin' Records, Ultra Music, Armada Music
Associated actsSteve Aoki, Tiësto, Laidback Luke, Polina Goudieva, Diplo, Luciana Caporaso, FERAL is KINKY, Noah (band), Bassjackers, Iggy Azalea.

Raden Angger Dimas Riyanto (born March 1, 1988) professionally known as Angger Dimas, is an Indonesian electronic musician, DJ and music producer from Jakarta, Indonesia. Angger Dimas student of 34 Senior High School, Jakarta & 68 Junior High School, Jakarta, started playing guitar at age 7 and first became active in the Jakarta club scene in 2009.[1] He has been called the #1 DJ of Indonesia by[2]


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 (DJ) and Havana Brown (musician).[3] Angger opened for DJ Tiësto in Bangkok 2010, after which the two collaborated to create the group called "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.[4] 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 (musician) and Avicii and then co-headlined an ADE party in Amsterdam with Hardwell. 2012 saw the release of collaborations with Steve Aoki, "Steve Jobs",[5] Phat Brahms, Beat Down and a remix of Afrojack & R3hab's "Prutaataa", the first track of Angger's first album "Release Me" (featuring Polina)[6] and a collaboration with Bassjackers, "RIA".[7] 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.

Angger has been showing his existences by releasing singles and collaboration with the likes of Diplo, Travis Porter[8] and Will Brennan.[9] Angger also co-producer(remix) for Linkin Park and Steve Aoki's single[10] and Yellow Claw.[11] Angger Dimas also sits in number 134 on DJMAG 2015 and keep him as the number 1 in Indonesia and Asia by far.[12]

Current work[edit]

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.[13] 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.[14] The 'Angger Management' Tour starts at Electric Zoo Festival September 1, 2013 and ends after a performance at the debut of TomorrowWorld in the United States, where Angger will join Dim Mak artists and Steve Aoki on the Up All Night Stage.

Selected discography[edit]


Singles and EPs[edit]


  • 2017 Do you like bass? (Angger Dimas Remix) – Yellow Claw & Juyen Sebulba [Barong Family]
  • 2014 Kaolo Pt. 2 (Angger Dimas Remix) – Yellow Claw [Mad Decent]
  • 2014 Keep on Dancing (Angger Dimas Remix) – The Bloody Beetroots Feat. Drop The Lime [Dim Mak]
  • 2014 So High (Angger Dimas Remix) – Doja Cat
  • 2014 High (Angger Dimas Remix) – Peking Duk [Vicious Bitch]
  • 2014 Eternal (Angger Dimas Remix) – Eternal [Vicious]
  • 2014 A Light That Never Comes (Angger Dimas Remix) – Steve Aoki & Linkin Park [Dim Mak]
  • 2013 Surrender (Angger Dimas Remix) – Daddy's Groove feat. Mindshake [Ultra]
  • 2013 Star Wars (Angger Dimas Remix) – Jahreecellex (Jahreece Vangoregan Campbell)
  • 2012 Prutataaa (Angger Dimas Remix) – Afrojack & R3hab Wall
  • 2012 Tornado (Angger Dimas Remix) – Tiesto & Steve Aoki Dim Mak
  • 2012 Ladi Dadi (Angger Dimas Remix) – Steve Aoki Feat Wynter Gordon [Ultra]
  • 2012 Make It Drop (Angger Dimas Remix) – Starfuckers [House of Fun]
  • 2012 Queen of Hearts (Angger Dimas Remix) – Jay'elle'Dee [Mercury Records]
  • 2011 Get Lower (Angger Dimas Jungle Swag Remix) – Sandro Silva [Atlantic]
  • 2011 Rollercoaster Baby (Angger Dimas Remix) – Rob Roy [Dim Mak]
  • 2011 We Run The Night (Angger Dimas Remix) – Havana Brown [Universal]
  • 2011 Summer of Love (Angger Dimas Remix) – The Immigrant [Sony Australia]
  • 2011 Walking Away (Angger Dimas Remix) – Viro & Rob Analyse [Noiseporn]
  • 2011 Lift Up Dat (Angger Dimas Remix) – So Shifty [Moveltraxx]
  • 2011 Dope Demand (Angger Dimas Remix) – Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike [CNR Music]
  • 2011 Swallow (Angger Dimas Remix) – Crystal Fighters [Zirkulo Spain]
  • 2011 in Your Mind (Angger Dimas Remix) – Tiësto feat. Nina Diaz
  • 2011 Vegas (Angger Dimas Remix) – Vandalism & Static Revenger [Vicious]
  • 2011 Fire in Your New Shoes (Angger Dimas Remix) – Kaskade [Ultra USA]
  • 2011 Like This (Angger Dimas Remix) – Sgt Slick [Vicious]
  • 2011 Young at Heart (Angger Dimas Remix) – Amy Meredith [Sony Australia]
  • 2011 Hello (Angger Dimas Remix) – The Potbelleez [Vicious]
  • 2011 Need You Baby (Angger Dimas Remix) – IKIA [Bam Bam Records]
  • 2011 This Noiz (Angger Dimas Remix) – Neon Stereo [Hussle Recordings]
  • 2011 Work It Out (Angger Dimas Remix) – mrTimothy Feat Sharon Pass [Vicious]
  • 2010 I Am Your DJ (Angger Dimas Remix) – butterBOX [Vicious]
  • 2010 Trip'en (Angger Dimas Monster Remix) – StoneBridge [Armada]
  • 2010 Skin I'm In (Angger Dimas Remix) – Static Revenger [Vicious]
  • 2010 My Feelings For You (Angger Dimas Remix) – Avicii & Sebastien Drums [Vicious]
  • 2010 Your Horny Horns (Angger Dimas Remix) – Mac Zimms [Spinnin, Netherlands]
  • 2010 All You (Angger Dimas Remix) – Kaskade [Ultra USA]
  • 2010 Blackwater (Angger Dimas Remixes) – Carl Kennedy & Tommy Trash Feat. Rosie Henshaw [Subliminal]
  • 2010 Disco & Stilettos (Angger Dimas Remix) – Brew Ramson [Clubland Records]
  • 2010 Rockstar (Angger Dimas Remix) – Silver Service [Bam Bam Muzik]
  • 2010 Destroy Disco (Angger Dimas Remix) – Tom Piper & Bender [Bam Bam Muzik]
  • 2010 Gangstadam (Angger Dimas Remix) – Oliver Twizt [Mix Mash, Netherlands]
  • 2010 Back on Black (Angger Dimas Remix) – Sgt Slick & Chardy [Vicious]
  • 2010 5 am (Angger Dimas Remix) – Tommie Sunshine [Ultra USA]
  • 2010 Throw Your Hands Up (Angger Dimas Remix) – Vandalism [Vicious]
  • 2010 Paranoia (Angger Dimas Remix) – Sandro Silva [Spinnin, Netherlands]
  • 2010 I Like That (Angger Dimas Remix) – Richard Vission & Static Revenger starring Luciana [Frenetic UK / Solmatic US]
  • 2010 Even (Angger Dimas Remix) – Avicii & Sebastian Drums [Vicious]
  • 2010 Special (Angger Dimas Remix) – Sir James [Defected]
  • 2010 Got 2 Get Up (Angger Dimas Remix) – mrTimothy feat Inaya Day [Vicious]
  • 2010 Sweat (Angger Dimas Remix) – The Cut & Mind Electric [Vicious]
  • 2010 Shot Caller (Angger Dimas Remix) – Ian Carey [Vicious / 3Beat UK]
  • 2010 Heartbreak [Make Me A Dancer] (Angger Dimas Remix) – Freemasons feat Sophie Ellis-Bextor [Loaded UK]
  • 2010 Rock Da House (Angger Dimas Remix) – Mind Electric [Vicious]
  • 2010 Come On (Angger Dimas Remix) – Javi Mula [Vicious / Blanco Y Negro, Spain]
  • 2010 Right in the Night (Angger Dimas Remix) – Sgt Slick [Vicious]


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  2. ^ "Indonesia DJs and Dance Music". The DJ List. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  3. ^ "Angger Dimas". Electronica Oasis. Retrieved 2012-03-16.
  4. ^ "Introducing: Boys Will Be Boys (Tiesto x Angger Dimas x Showtek) « PB&J | Electronic Music Blog, Free Downloads, Concert Reviews, Interviews, Promotions (Peanut Butter and Jams)". Retrieved 2012-03-16.
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  6. ^ Recordings, Vicous. "Release Me- Press Release". web. Vicious Recordings. Archived from the original on 2013-02-05. Retrieved 2012-03-16.
  7. ^ Jon Kamali. "Bassjackers, Angger Dimas – RIA (Original Mix) [RELEASE] – BleedHouse". BleedHouse. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  8. ^ "Diplo – Biggie Bounce (feat. Angger Dimas & Travis Porter) [Official Music Video] Premieres on Valentines!". Archived from the original on October 30, 2014. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  9. ^ "Angger Dimas " Speakers Bout To Blow OUT NOW (Inc. Yellow Claw & Tai Remix)". Angger Dimas Official Website. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  10. ^ "Your EDM Premiere: Angger Dimas Remixes Steve Aoki and Linkin Park's A Light That Never Comes – Your EDM". Your EDM. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  11. ^ "Angger Dimas " ANGGER DIMAS REMIX OF YELLOW CLAW PT. 2". Angger Dimas Official Website. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  12. ^ Ludovic Rambaud. "Top 100 DJs 2014 : les 50 suivants (#101-#150) !". Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  13. ^ "Angger Dimas set to release full-length album in September, shares 'Can't Talk Sex Only' with Dancing Astronaut – Dancing Astronaut". Dancing Astronaut. Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  14. ^ "Blaring Angger". Retrieved March 11, 2015.
  15. ^ Jessica Smith. "Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas "Singularity" Topher Jones Remix preview". Archived from the original on December 20, 2013.
  16. ^ "Singularity (feat. My Name Is Kay) [Remixes] – Single". Preview songs from Singularity (feat. My Name Is Kay) [Remixes] – Single by Steve Aoki & Angger Dimas on the iTunes Store.
  17. ^ "Angger Dimas Discography at Discogs". Retrieved 2012-03-16.

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