When UK house revivalists Disclosure took to the expansive outdoor stage on the final night of Coachella 2014, siblings Guy and Howard Lawrence were given a hero’s welcome from the capacity crowd that stretched deep into the festival grounds.
After a scary incident during the first day of this year’s festival, which left a female security guard in stable, but critical condition, Miami’s mayor and other local officials are calling for an end to the EDM festival.
It’s not a good week to be a DJ. First, Tiesto banged up his head and had to cancel his performance at our very own AMPLIFY 2014 and now there’s word that Avicii was suddenly […]
Disney Putting Out EDM Album With Covers Of Your Favorite Songs By Artists Like Avicii, Kaskade, & More
Finally. A way to fuse both your obsessive love of Disney movies and EDM. When it comes from profiting from general culture, Disney leaves no stone unturned.
Disney Music has created an innovative 14-track collection called DCONSTRUCTED that takes some of Disney’s classic songs like the “Circle of Life” and the “Main Street Electrical Parade” and gives them some wuhb-wuhb love.
Covering up the pristine white paint with a vinyl wrap featuring an internet meme is just what you should expect from a DJ that does wherever he damn well pleases.
Have you been vibin’ on the latest from funky electro UK garage powerhouses, Disclosure?
Their synth-laced song, “Latch,” featuring Sam Smith has been latching onto our audiences ears. If you haven’t heard it before, you need to tune into AMP Radio and listen up.
Originally launched in Los Angeles back in 1997, Electric Daisy Carnival has grown into America’s premier EDM destination festival.
The original version of “You Make Me” can be found on Avicii’s debut album, ‘True,’ which also boasts hit singles “Hey Brother” and the Aloe Blacc/Mike Einziger-assisted breakout smash, “Wake Me Up.”
A quick perusal of the site’s “Hot Members” page turns up a 24-year-old female who “love to raves, been doing it since 2010. If you don’t love EDM, this isn’t going to work out,” she says. “Looking for a boyfriend, not a hookup.”
The clip’s message is a six-point plan aimed specifically at party-going ravers in regards to popular party drug MDMA, more commonly known as “Molly.”