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Skrillex Shrills And Thrills At Private SiriusXM NYC Performance
Though many Electric Zoo ticket holders were hurt and disappointed by its third day cancellation (for a second year), artists and DJs scheduled to perform…
DJ Spotlight: Yoann Feynman And Monomotion
In the midst of working on new music and refining their tour show for US audiences, French electronic duo and FAKE Music label bosses, Yoann…
5 Facts You Should Know About Sem Thomasson
Dance music's Sem Thomasson is coming out of Belgium without waffling.
Exclusive Stream: Electronic Artist Apashe’s Mini Mix
Breaking out of his native Brussels is 21-year-old electronic act, Apashe with his distinctive sampling of electro, trap dubstep and neurofunk. Both banging enough for…
Premiere: MK Remixes Monarchy “Living Without You”
Andrew Armstrong and Ra Black, better known as Monarchy, create technicolor melodies with a no-holds-barred approach to perfectly paced electro anthems and ballads alike.
First Look: Cary Nokey “B Who U R” Music Video
Cary Nokey, the explosive electro-dance group fronted by the 8bit (Rob Fusari) music producer of Lady Gaga's winning album, Fame, and the Destiny's Child smash…
Live Review: ADULT. Debuts New Tour At Verboten New York
Fresh off their stellar Moogfest performance, the punk-leaning electro duo, ADULT., launched a four-city tour with a debut performance at Brooklyn's Verboten nightclub last weekend.
Premiere: Christopher Norman Remixes Hopscotch
Los Angeles based Angela LaBaw is a fast rising producer/vocalist. For her latest project Hopscotch, she has recorded a new EP called Archer EP &…
Stream: Futuristic Electro Heater Off New Mumbai Science Album
Belgian electro duo, Mumbai Science has been on a production hiatus for the past year. They have been touring rigorously and keeping us entertained with…
Premiere: Ariana And The Rose “In Your Bed” Remix
Ariana and the Rose, a NY based electro pop act, has catapulted into the spotlight over the last several months. After a successful Fashion Week…
Premiere: Pierce Fulton Remixes Goldhouse
Chi-town bred Grant Harris, better known as GOLDHOUSE, heralds in tight electro-pop for Gen Now.
5 Things You Should Know About Kito And Reija Lee
Kito and Reija Lee (pronounced Rey-ya Lee) are the Perth Australia-born and London-based duo breaking into the spotlight with a silky electro-pop ballad, "Starting Line,"
Premiere: Dirty Vegas ‘Let The Night’ EP
After a decade in the biz, dance music’s Steve Smith and Paul Harris are production dons. The Grammy Award-winning duo, known as Dirty Vegas, return…
DJ Spotlight: Jack Eye Jones
Ready to bust out of Scotland is DJ and producer, Jack Eye Jones. With a new remix from Dutch demi-lord Tiësto for the anthemic "Playground,"
Premiere: Producer Helena ‘Breathes’ Funky Beats Into Electro
HELENA is the glam producer who is a breath of fresh air in the EDM community. The UK born, Australia bred, Los Angeles jellied DJ…
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Cincinnati Night Club Shooting Leaves One Dead And 14…
A manhunt is underway for the shooter.
D.C. Police Official Reportedly Says Teens Should…
The law enforcement official says that no evidence has become apparent to support notions of human trafficking.
Maryland Man Who Fatally Stabbed Black Guy Told Police…
James Harris Jackson took a bus from Maryland to New York City on March 17 and fatally stabbed 66-year-old Timothy Caughman with a 26-inch sword.
15 Years Later: How Good Was JAY Z & R. Kelly’s ‘Best Of…
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We looked back at Hov and Kellz’ monumental album 15 years after it was originally released.
best of both worlds
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