ALBUMS: Autoerotique Drops “Kids Don’t Care” EP


Following recent premieres of AUH and Ratchet, Dim Mak’s Juno Award-nominated Autoerotique now fully reveals his highly anticipated EP, “Kids Don’t Care”. Joining the previously released two singles is a new bass-house beast called Streets. The three-song collection boasts mean percussion patterns and filthy wubs throughout, demonstrating the grimy electro flair the Toronto native is known for.

This March, “Kids Don’t Care” will be touching down big at Miami Music Week. Autoerotique will kick off the festivities on Thursday March 17th at Dim Mak Miami: 20th Anniversary Edition, joining 3LAU, Keys N Krates, and a handful of label favourites + special guests. He’ll close out the week spinning b2b with fellow Canadian Hunter Siegel on the OWSLA stage at Ultra Music Festival on Saturday the 19th. The prime billing adds to what already has been a great start to 2016.

Just this year, the Torro Torro remix of his hallmark hit with Max Styler, Badman, was nominated by The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) for Dance Recording of The Year at the Juno Awards. Other knockouts in his catalog include the landmark single Feedback with Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, which hit #3 on Beatport’s Overall Top Ten tracks, and 2009’s Gladiator, the classic that received remix treatment by Aoki and the late DJ AM.

Alongside his stellar work in the studio and on the decks, Autoerotique has long been heralded as a tastemaker in his own right. He was instrumental in shaping the A&R at Dim Mak, helping several acts including Botnek and Keys N Krates find a home at the label.

Be sure to catch him this spring as he brings Kids Don’t Care across North America!

Date – Venue – City
March 2nd @ Club 77 – Hamilton, CAN
March 17th @ Dim Mak’s 20th Anniversary Miami Edition – Miami, FL
March 19th @ Ultra Music Festival – Miami, FL
March 19th @ The Hoxton – Toronto, ON
May 13th @ Lizard Lounge – Dallas, TX
May 14th @ Empire Control Room – Austin, TX



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