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Watch Steve Aoki Fans Dance In A Pit Of Human Sewage

As Steve Aoki continues his Neon Future tour, video footage has come to light that shows fans dancing in a pit of human excrement. We reported at the time that his show in El Paso, Texas was shut down shortly before he was meant to appear on stage because a sewage leak had flooded the floor. Aoki’s recent video […]

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Free Press Summer Festival announces 2015 Lineup Including Flume, Skrillex And Steve Angello

  Since its inception in 2009, Free Press Summer Festival continues to celebrate music and art every year in Houston’s scenic Eleanor Tinsley Park. Over the past six years, the festival has grown from a lineup of under 50 artists to one closer to 100. From Jack White and Vampire Weekend, toCalvin Harris, Snoop Dogg and Flaming Lips, […]

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HARD Presents Announces New Tour, “Go HARD”

After already conquering summer and Halloween seasons with the massive HARD Summer and HARD Day of the Dead festivals, cruising the oceans onHoly Ship!, as well as throwing a HARD Miami party and taking over Red Rocks in Colorado, what else is there for HARD Presents exec Gary Richards aka Destructo to do? Simple: take it on the road. In an announcement today, the “Go […]

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5 Rave Style Fails To Celebrate The Return Of JNCOs

You’ve probably burned all the pictures from the nineties with you wearing ridiculously baggy raver jeans – most of us did. Who wants to remember the fact that they wore jeans with a single leg opening larger than some girls’ waists? Fashion is clearly the opposite now – just look at any hipster wearing teenage […]

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Are Designer Ear Plugs The Next Big Festival Must-Have?

You can leave your glow sticks and colourful shades at home because the must-have accessory for festivalgoers is a high-end earplug. Startup Doppler Labs has signed a deal with Anschutz Entertainment Group’s Goldenvoice promotion division to distribute over 100,000 pairs of its foam Dubs branded earplugs free of charge, valued at US$10 each. Higher end […]

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Try Out the Latest Version Of Ableton Live In Public Beta

Listen up, producers – the latest version of Ableton Live is available now in public beta. Ableton has offered Version 9.2 as a free update to current users, complete with a range of new improvements to test. As Ableton writes, “This free update brings a number of significant improvements and additions to both Live and Push including enhanced […]

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Avicii, Martin Garrix, And Others Have Used Pirated Software

How would you feel if your favorite guitarist performed the most incredible solo on stage only to find out the instrument he used was stolen from a nearby Sam Ash? The music may be great, but if he’s on stage and packing stadiums, he has committed a crime either way. At some point or another, […]

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Hackers Get Caught Jumping The Burning Man Ticket Queue

Roughly 200 techies from Northern California’s Silicon Valley hacked the Burning Man ticket queue, jumping 1000s of spots ahead. An army of burners remain frustrated after tickets for the week-long festival sold out in less than an hour – although in reality, less than a minute, as if a person didn’t bag their spot in […]

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Flume Announces His Split From What So Not

After making a string of bass anthems together as What So Not, Harley ‘Flume’ Streten and Emoh Instead are parting ways. Streten made the announcement on What So Not’s official Facebook page over the weekend. “Over the last while, Emoh and I have been moving in different directions creatively,” he wrote. “We haven’t made any music together in […]

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Danny Tenaglia Is Renting His Legendary Loft To Producers

e of the forefathers of house music, Danny Tenaglia, has been a staple of the New York City music scene for close to 20 years. His loft in Brooklyn is the stuff of legends, a production studio and an afterhours haven for house music faithfuls for the past 11 years. Complete with an original sign […]

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