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    MTV Exploits EDM Scene for Web Hits; Compiles Arbitrary "Best of" List

    ? Music Television is seemingly jumping onto the electro dance train, recognizing that beat freaks love making it rain web hits by reading about their favorite DJs on the internet -- a practice Crossfade's all too familiar with, Ultra. A...

    @ Crossfade by Victor Gonzalez on December 12, 2011 @ 10:00 am
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    Best Albums of 2011: The Black Keys' El Camino

    ? Whether or not the Black Keys' seventh studio album is the Akron, Ohio group's finest, El Camino is undeniably one of the better records of 2011. In a year when folk music seemed to dominate the indie scene, the Black Keys' singer-guit...

    @ Crossfade by Victor Gonzalez on December 12, 2011 @ 8:30 am
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    Tony Bennett at Hard Rock Live March 16

    Octogenarians, rejoice! Fellow 80-something and Great Depression survivor Tony Bennett will be at a South Florida casino for a two-night stand this weekend. Both Friday and Saturday, Anthony Dominick Benedetto will leave his heart in Hollywood when ...

    by Victor Gonzalez on March 15, 2012
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    Junior Boys at the Vagabond March 16

    Soulfulness can come from unlikely sources. For electronic duo Junior Boys, that means the industrial Canadian city of Hamilton, Ontario, and the considerable pipes of improbable-looking frontman Jeremy Greenspan -- a pale, sunken-eyed, slightly sha...

    by Eric Grandy on March 15, 2012
  • Odd Future at the Fillmore Miami Beach March 17

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    Odd Future at the Fillmore Miami Beach March 17

    If Eminem was sent from Detroit to start pissing off the world, Los Angeles rap collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All is here to finish the deed. So much of the success behind Odd Future's scurrilous hallway jokes has come from its ability t...

    by Mark Brenden on March 15, 2012
  • Juan Luis Guerra at American Airlines Arena March 17

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    Juan Luis Guerra at American Airlines Arena March 17

    Yes, Juan Luis Guerra is a Dominican merengue and bachata icon with more than 30 million records sold and a Brinks truckload of Latin Grammy and Latin Billboard awards. But most impressive, the dude is miraculously tall -- like six-foot-six! In t...

    by Victor Gonzalez on March 15, 2012
  • Four swag suggestions for Odd Future's Adult Swim series, Loiter Squad

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    Four swag suggestions for Odd Future's Adult Swim series, Loiter Squad

    Over the past year, the members of the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All crew have gone from relative obscurity to total superstardom. In September, they were slanging dick with supermodels at New York City's Fashion Week and headlining Alexande...

    by Victor Gonzalez on March 15, 2012
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    Young the Giant at Culture Room March 18

    Young the Giant possesses songwriting wisdom and craft far beyond that of a band whose oldest member is only 22. In just a few short years, this California quintet has garnered more indie-rock cred and mainstream clout than most players amass in ...

    by Andy Thomas on March 15, 2012
  • Mary J. Blige as part of Jazz in the Gardens at Sun Life Stadium March 17 and 18

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    Mary J. Blige as part of Jazz in the Gardens at Sun Life Stadium March 17 and 18

    Fierce, strong, independent -- Mary J. Blige is now a full-grown, 41-year-old diva known as the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul. But like so many enormously talented women in the music business, she has endured seriously hard times. Throughout her teens and 2...

    by S. Pajot on March 15, 2012
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    Mimosa at Revolution Live March 15

    In just less than a year, Tigran Mimosa has gone from bass-bombing small clubs and playing free shows at record stores to headlining Live Nation venues across America, from the Fillmore in Denver to Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale. A true stud...

    by Britt Chester on March 15, 2012
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    Sheer Terror at Churchill's Pub March 17

    Paul Bearer has a face like a bulldog, knuckles like rebar, a heart full of granite, and a chin made of steel. He has a voice like a rock slide, a sick sense of humor, and the soul of an artist. When it comes to New York City hardcore, his band Shee...

    by Jacob Katel on March 15, 2012
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    Ill Gates at the Vagabond March 15

    The ever-rolling bass waves created by Miami's tectonic booty claps in the '80s have tsunamied through space-time and crashed across Canadian borders. The proof: low-end marauder and fresh-coast connoisseur Ill Gates. And for his first Miami show...

    by Jacob Katel on March 15, 2012
  • Miike Snow at Ultra March 23

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    Miike Snow at Ultra March 23

    Attention, party animals! Sweden's Miike Snow will break it down at Ultra Music Festival and you don't wanna be caught slippin'. Of course, Miike Snow is not a man. It's a group of electro-pop producers --Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, and ...

    by Kat Bein on March 15, 2012
  • Neon Indian at Ultra March 23

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    Neon Indian at Ultra March 23

    If Neon Indian's Ultra Music Festival set is anywhere near as cartoonishly trippy as its Adult Swim-produced video for newish single "Fallout," get ready to have your brain turned to pulsating jelly. Straight from the purveyor of the best prime-t...

    by Kat Bein on March 15, 2012
  • Avicii at Ultra March 24

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    Avicii at Ultra March 24

    Rising Swedish star Avicii (AKA Tim Bergling) is one of the hottest DJ-producers in contemporary house music. His massive hit "Levels," which samples recently deceased Etta James's "Something's Got a Hold on Me," gets so much play it has become almo...

    by Kat Bein on March 15, 2012
  • Justice at Ultra March 24

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    Justice at Ultra March 24

    In terms of bleep-bloop music, few do it better than the French. Over the past decade, Pedro Winter's Paris-based Ed Banger Records has dropped some of house music's dopest seven- and 12-inches, CDs, and MP3s. Celebrated as one of electronic music's...

    by Victor Gonzalez on March 15, 2012
  • M83 at Ultra Music Festival March 24

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    M83 at Ultra Music Festival March 24

    When French musician Anthony Gonzalez began recording as M83, his deeply dreamy signature sound was a total anomaly. The year was 2001, and the electronic music world was still deep in the throes of proggy four-four beats. Meanwhile, the cool-kid ro...

    by Arielle Castillo on March 15, 2012
  • David Guetta at Ultra Music Festival March 25

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    David Guetta at Ultra Music Festival March 25

    A few years ago, David Guetta was just another house music DJ who was huge in Europe and not nearly as famous in the United States. Then came 2009, the year the Parisian (one of France's top DJs since the late '80s) released his fourth album, One Lo...

    by Jesse Serwer on March 15, 2012
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    Flying Lotus at Ultra March 25

    Born Steven Ellison and known as FlyLo to his fans, Flying Lotus isn't like most acts you'll encounter at Ultra Music Festival. The Los Angeles native doesn't make dance music -- at least not in the traditional sense. The acclaimed knob fiddler (...

    by Jesse Serwer on March 15, 2012
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    Air London's A Night in the Air at Electric Pickle March 20

    We certainly don't need to tell you that the Brits rule electronic dance music. London specifically has been an EDM capital for decades, and the scene doesn't ever seem to stop flourishing. Lately, artist collective and label Air London, for example...

    by Sean Levisman on March 15, 2012
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