Why hello there, Friday!
We've been waiting for you all week. And now that you're finally here, we're throwing a two-day bash especially for you, one that consists of music, concerts, and booze.
The best part? It won't cost us more than 10 bucks.
In your honor, Friday, here are the ten best musi ... More >>
If any label has best harnessed the international hipster appeal of electronic music and indie rock, it's definitely been Paris's Kitsuné.
Founded in 2002 as both a record and fashion label by Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, Kitsuné seems to have been able to sustain its momentum despite the fi ... More >>
London's hot soprano crooner Ellie Goulding found a lot of success with her debut album, Lights, especially Stateside with her single by the same name. But that kind of multiplatinum, worldwide success doesn't come easy.
To thrive like Ellie, an artist must approach their career with tons of determ ... More >>
Today, Sonny Moore turns 25.
It's been 25 years of dreaming, hard living, rule breaking, game changing, love, laughter, angry lyrics, highs and lows -- and of course, lots and lots of bass dropping.
Moore, famously known the world over as American dubstepper Skrillex, has always had a fanatic lo ... More >>
Ellie Goulding is the sweet-voiced crooner cooking up hits from the other side of the Atlantic. And she's hitting the stage at the Fillmore Miami Beach on Wednesday, January 16. But what do you really know about her anyway?
Sure, you know all the lyrics to her hit song "Lights." Well, you know the ... More >>
EDM was bigger and badder than ever this year.
Lady Gaga went on tour with electro-wunderkind Zedd. Skrillex won three Grammys. Shit, even the American Music Awards created an EDM category, because it's what the kids demand.
Of course, with so much marketing value and commercial viability to the ... More >>
Don't let Skrillex near your old NES games. He'll fuck them shits up.
That's the take-away message of Skrillex Quest, a new glitched-out collaboration between the dubstep dynamo and browser-adventure king John Oda.
Based on the original gold-plated Legend of Zelda, the simple RPG features about 3 ... More >>
Continental drift is ultimately to blame for electronic dance music's latest heartbreak.
Had the continents not started shifting 250 million years ago, London might've only been a short domestic flight from Los Angeles, and Skrillex would still be dating Ellie Goulding.
According to The Sun, the ... More >>
Calvin Harris has been a busy little boy.
His massive hit "Feel So Close" landed him his first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 12, and he penned a lucrative endorsement deal with Pepsi Max to feature his smash "Let's Go" with Ne-Yo.
Riding that wave, he just got picked up to play an hou ... More >>
Click here to see a slideshow of photos from the Rusko show. RuskoWith DJ SigmaThe Fillmore Miami BeachSaturday, May 19, 2012Better Than: Making out with a treeAny talk about dubstep in its current, wildly popular and commercially viable form, always devolves into hand-wringing. But if anyone deserv ... More >>
Photo by Yesenia HernandezSee the full 27-photo Bassnectar at the Fillmore Miami Beach slideshow.
With AmpLive and SuperDre
Fillmore Miami Beach
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Better Than: The last time Bassnectar was here last year.
On Saturday night, Bassnectar made a triumphant retur ... More >>
It's time to start planning your road trip to Lollapalooza land 'cause King Perry Farrell just released his 125-name guestlist for this August's three-day Grant Park extravaganza. And if you don't wanna be left at the gate, crying and clawing the dirt like a pauper, you better buy a full-weekend ... More >>
When people speak of that classic '90s house sound, whether they know it or not, they're pretty much refering to the sound of seminal producer Marc Kinchen. His legendary dubs are the blueprint for today's transatlantic house: soulful yet brooding bass-heavy four-on-the-floor funk.MK's highly-cov ... More >>
via myspace.com/jakwobJakwob, AKA James Jacob.Like a lot of other post-millenial musicians, 21-year-old dubstepper Jakwob (AKA James Jacob) is an internet-made man.
A year and a half ago, nobody really knew his name. Hailing from the English Midlands, he was just another university student who ... More >>
At this point, San Franciso-based DJ-producer Max Vangeli is basically a made man. He's scored support sets for Swedish House Mafia. He's been signed to Mafia member Steve Angello's Size Records. And he's even the production partner of Stevie's brother, Antoine Josefsson, otherwise known as AN21 ... More >>