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Diplo Announces Burning Man Surprise Sets

Well, it’s about that time of the year again. The birds are out, the weather is cooling down a bit, and the internet is on fire with people getting ready for Burning Man. The annual event at Black Rock City in Nevada is set to begin on Sunday, and we’ve got some big news to share […]

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HARD Day Of The Dead Announces 2015 Line-up

Featuring a lineup that’s somewhat close to the proposed leak a couple weeks back (at least the headliners), HARD has officially released its lineup for Day Of The Dead. Featuring repeat favorites like Skrillex, Deadmau5, Nero (all three of which were headliners at DOTD 2013), Kill The Noise, and Gesaffelstein, the lineup does feel a bit […]

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Kaskade Is Headlining A Free Block Party In One Of His Favorite Cities

Just weeks before his upcoming album release and promotional tour, Kaskade has revealed a new headlining date at a block party-style event in one of his favorite cities. Next month, on September 4, Kaskade is returning to Provo, Utah – home to Brigham Young University, which he briefly attended, and to some of his collaborators such as Adam […]

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Soundcloud & Universal Music Group To Finalize Huge Agreement

Cooperate music heavyweights, Universal Music Group and online streaming giant, SoundCloudare only ‘days away’ from finalizing a huge negotiation that not only grants UMG a substantial percentage stake in the streaming service, but will also offer a large upfront payment to Soundcloud in exchange for ensuring that all of Universal’s artists’s collect their due digital royalties. Allegedly, […]

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Carl Cox: “It’s Not Just Me Being Old, Ibiza Is Spoilt Now”

Legendary White Isle stalwart Carl Cox has spoken out about the changes Ibiza has suffered in recent years and believes the island has now been “spoilt”. It seems that VIP culture, the huge influx of money and the erosion of Ibiza’s foundation of inclusive values has damaged Coxy’s perception of the island. Carl Cox has […]

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Spotify Is Spying On Your Facebook, Photos, Contacts, And GPS Location

Do you ever feel like you’re being watched…through your ears? Streaming app Spotify recently unveiled its new privacy policy, leading to an uproar about a number of its more invasive practices. As elucidated in Wired last week, Spotify may now “collect information stored on your mobile device, such as contacts, photos, or media files.” What […]

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What ‘We Are Your Friends’ Gets Right And Wrong About Dance Music

For better or worse, Hollywood’s take on the “EDM Generation” is here: We Are Your Friends hits Australian cinemas tomorrow (August 27) and the big question everyone’s asking is whether it’s a clubbing classic in disguise or as terrible as the trailer suggested. The verdict? Much like some mainstage music, it’s big, brash, obnoxious, and […]

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Krewella Discuss The Negative Stereotypes Of Women In EDM

In a recent video interview with Forbes, sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf of Krewella detail a variety of topics like their career beginnings, social media addiction and controversial Internet backlash after the lawsuit from former group member Rain Man. Most prominently, they share their thoughts on the misconceptions and negative portrayal of successful women within the electronic music industry. “It’s important to recognize that […]

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