TRACK REVIEW: Matteo DiMarr’s “Not In My House” by Lindsay Cabrera


Canadian legend, and Torontonian Matteo DiMarr, releases Not In My House on PBR Recordings. Delivering his classic drum sounds in this track, DiMarr stays away from the typical sounds of the EDM Apoocolypse, bringing us the rhythm of the drums, full of soul and dirty, dirty beats. Right before the first drop, we are summoned with quirky vocals of “NOT IN MY HOUSE!” followed by a tantalizing drop which makes you want to stop whatever it is you’re doing and just rage out. This is the kind of track where you immediately turn the volume louder, your face starts to scrunch up, and you make this dirty filthy face which is naturally brought on from the dirty filthy beats.

When I first heard this track, I must say Green Velvet’sFlash (Nicky Romero Remix came to my mind. Maybe it’s the familiar sound of the drums, which makes that track such a banger in the clubs and at music festivals. Obviously DiMarr’s track has its own originality and production to it.

Three decades in the game, DiMarr has released musical bombs on labels such as Spinnin, SIZE, Toolroom, Zulu and many more. Producers such as Steve Angello, Bob Sinclar, Mark Knight, Pete Tong, Fedde Le Grand, Kenny Dope, Deadmau5, and Richie Hawtin are just some of the many names who’ve showed support for DiMarr.

Not In My House is the perfect anthem which takes you to a place of rage. DiMarr’s versatility and music ability is the reason he continues to top charts and thrive in 2013. As a veteran producer, Matteo DiMarr only continues to impress us with his new creations, giving our dance floors some love and beats.

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Lindsay Cabrera EDM TOR


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Adele is the owner of Tranceported. She manages and maintains the social media and the photo and video teams, and has been shooting our event photos since 2011. She has been a fan of Trance music since the mid-90s and started this website (formerly called EDM TOR) in 2012.

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