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Watch Axwell Show Off A Full Year Of His Axtone Label In Under Two Minutes
The year 2013 was a big one for record label Axtone, marking its maiden voyage into the dance music scene following the breakup Swedish House…
Axwell Brings Axtone Label Showcase to Winter Music Conference
Just when you thought you couldn’t hold your excitement for the upcoming Winter Music Conference in Miami any longer, Grammy nominated producer-DJ Axwell has announced…
Feenixpawl Hits Up VIBE: Stereosonic Tourin’, Avicii Collabin’, Rihanna Dreamin’
Feenixpawl Launches U.S. Tour + Catch the DJ DUO at VIBE
For the EDM noobs who don't know Feenixpawl, here's the VIBE 411. The Australian house duo, Aden Forte and Josh Soon, got their start in…
Vibe Video Exclusive: Thomas Gold Makes Crowds “Crazy” From Berlin to Boroughs
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New York City Bans Chicken Tenders From Public Schools…
No more lunch dates for the baby Futures of New York City's school districts.
Angela Rye Puts Joe Walsh In His Place: “I’m Not…
Angela Rye took a page out of Maxine Waters' "I cannot be intimidated" book.
A Teen Reportedly Had A Seizure While An NYPD Officer…
The men in blue claim they were responding to a firearm call when the teenager began “running and threw himself on the ground before faking…
Fake Butt Doctor Who Injected Rubber Cement Into…
Oneal Ron Morris (pictured in the middle) injected a lethal cocktail of rubber cement, superglue and tire sealant into 31-year-old Shatarka Nuby, causing her death in 2012.
Kendrick Lamar Wants Us To Be “Humble” For His New Single
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Produced by Mike Will Made It, Kendrick heads in a new and fiery direction.
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