From Robin Schulz to Omi, some have begun to ooze out of your speakers in the last month, and there are more that will. Just you wait.
For indecisive voters, there’s a “Bottom 100 DJs Spotlight” that suggests potential nominees, including Paris Hilton, Toronto mayor Rob Ford and former star of MTV show, Jersey Shore, DJ Pauly D.
The clip follows Grey as she flies down to Mexico City, capturing images of her leaving the hotel and going to the festival grounds, chilling in the backstage area before taking the stage to a packed crowd rocking out to her selections.
“I don’t want electronic music to die once the EDM hype is over.”
‘Saudade,’ the group’s seventh studio album, hones in on the mellow tones of Brazilian bossa nova beats augmented with a battery of vocalists who sing in no less than five different languages across the full-length’s 13 songs. Turn up for bossa nova.
“There was one kid, it took four cops to take him down,” one concertgoer said. “He was on something, I have no idea.”
Hardcore party people have been known to “rave their faces off,” but a British teen recently took things to the next level by literally tearing his own finger off during a rowdy EDM party in the city of Croydon.
For anyone who’s ever looked around the dance floor and wondered, “Where the hell did all of these kids come from,” a roving club in New York City is about to make you feel even older.
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.