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He may never play James Bond, but the actor slayed with a set of EDM at the music festival.
"I love this city. I love the people. I love everything about it. I'm happy to be coming back to run the marathon. There are always good vibes in New York. I feel so at home here."
Another Splash House event took place earlier on in the summer. Also over two days, the June 2016 event featured a whole
DJ Steve Aoki answered three "practical questions" Arianna Huffington had for him about his hair, caffeine consumption and dreams.
Drew G has gone from the smaller rooms of New York City and had a stratospheric ride, spinning for some of the biggest crowds and at some of the biggest venues in the world.
With hits like 'Firestone' and 'Stole The Show' and remixes for Ed Sheeran and Coldplay, Norwegian dj and producer Kygo became
DJ Khaled stopped by to chat about his new album, 'Major Key,' the importance of hard work, gardening, music, and more.
AC: That's kind of my ultimate thing I would have done if music was like unreachable. I would have tried that. But, I'm kind
Since the early 1990s, British techno DJ John Digweed started on journey that would make him one of the global dance community's
Ambrosia's arrival in Los Angeles coincided with what many consider to be Downtown Los Angeles' queer renaissance. Her blend of otherworldly looks, truly next-level lip-syncing skills, and fantastic DJ sets, have people lining up in droves to get a taste of her salad.
-Create your playlist early- It may sound like a flimsy part of the process but it's not. It's advisable to get your playlist
What used to be a subculture confined to warehouse basements in Chicago has become a mainstream sensation. Since EDM's rise to fame, more young bassheads are trying their hand at the tape decks through electronic music production schools and university programs.
Kygo's show was fascinating -- the audience was energetic and passionate, and I started wondering where his success came from.
I've been a fan of RJD2 for some time now thanks to my roots just outside of Philadelphia. If you're from anywhere near Philly and you're a fan of hip-hop, you know who Ramble Jon (RJD2) Krohn is. I had a couple questions I wanted to discuss and he had graciously allowed me an audience.
The Danes are coming! While the Swedes may have laid claim to a pretty significant parcel of the dance music landscape in recent years, Danish DJ MORTEN is almost single-handedly carving out a slice of the scene on behalf of his fellow countrymen in neighboring Denmark.
Through a Vice documentary last year, grime artist JME asked for transparency to be brought to something that affects both his livelihood and his way of life: performing music. Without realizing it, he may well have been talking about a need for open data.
New Yorkers may know the name DJ Young Chow because he's likely the person getting you in the mood for your Saturday night out on the town as a DJ at popular radio station Hot 97.
When we are young, it's easy to believe that you can become anything you want to in life. But as we get older, we discover that the future often doesn't pan out the way that we expect it to.
We've all been in that situation where you just want to light up the dance floor with a domestic beer in hand, but end up lurking in the shadows because you aren't quite sure (or drunk enough to know) how to dance to "Sherry" by the Four Seasons.
When you look at current technologies, are there moments for you as a producer when you look back at your earlier records with Donna Summer, Blondie or David Bowie and others and say, "I wish we'd had this technology back then"?