Angger Dimas

South Jakarta, Indonesia

Native

ElectronicTechno

1Columbus
2Naratif
3The Other Way
Behind the Music

Journalism has played a crucial role in my journey as a musician — it’s helped me connect to the world as I deliver messages and stories through my songs to listeners across the globe. Works like Ian’s reporting are incredibly worthwhile to me, and worth the effort of reading and understanding. 

We all have our songs that represent specific moments or feelings in our lives. I hope I can do the same with the stories of The Outlaw Ocean, capturing every day emotions by emulating those that myself and those close to me experience. I want people to listen to these songs and read Ian’s book and have a clear interpretation about the lawlessness of the ocean.

Angger Dimas
About Angger Dimas

Rising star ANGGER DIMAS is a 32-year-old producer/DJ originating from Jakarta, Indonesia. He began his journey into dance music 10 years ago when he signed with Vicious Recordings, the development label of Avicii and Dirty South, and quickly placed Indonesia on the map of the EDM world like it has never been before. ANGGER's DJ sets have wowed audiences across the world, and he has completed multiple tours throughout the U.S., Canada, Asia and Australia, playing at acclaimed festivals such as Tomorrowland (Belgium), Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas), Electric Zoo (NYC), Future Music Festival (KL), Nocturnal Wonderland, Beatpatrol and many more. 

Production wise, ANGGER has infused his distinctive sound into many releases on Vicious Recordings ("Booster," "Release Me" and "She Got It") and his collaborations with Steve Aoki on Dim Mak ("Beat Down," "Singularity" and "Steve Jobs"), Laidback Luke on Mix Mash ("Night Like This"), Bassjackers on Spinnin ("RIA"), and Tiësto and Showtek as the collaborative group Boys Will Be Boys on Musical Freedom. He has been personally requested to remix for the likes of Afrojack, Kaskade, Avicii, Tommy Trash, R3hab, Nervo, The Bloody Beetroots, Drop The Lime and countless others.

The Journalism

All music in this project is based on The Outlaw Ocean, a New York Times Best-Selling book by Ian Urbina that chronicles lawlessness at sea around the world. This reporting touches on a diversity of abuses ranging from illegal and overfishing, arms trafficking at sea, human slavery, gun running, intentional dumping, murder of stowaways, thievery of ships and other topics.

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