Brazilian DJ and dance music producer Vintage Culture has taken the #1 spot in 1001Tracklists’ “Top 101 Producers” list for 2021. David Guetta, Kryder, Armin van Buuren, and John Summit follow.
The Dim Mak boss will be joined by Gary “King Pokémon,” the hosts of Dumb Money, and more in partnership with the Aoki Foundation. Remember all those Pokémon cards your mom threw out when you got bored of them? It turns out those could have bought you a Tesla. It certainly feels like the 90s again with […]
Memorial Day weekend Saturday Sessions Special featuring exclusive guest mixes Mike Marquez, Jellybean Benitez, Ralph Rosario & Chris Cox, hosted by Caroline Lund with guest commentary from Bobby Shaw.
On Friday Liverpool’s Circus nightclub drew 3,000 attendees for an event designed to study the spread of COVID-19 among a non-socially distanced population, according to the Associated Press.
6 Hour special event featuring 6 DJs all for a very special cause
PIXELYNX is the latest creation from legendary electronic music artists deadmau5 and Richie Hawtin. Their aim with the new venture is to bring three of the most profitable and enthusiastic sectors of entertainment today together: digital collectibles, gaming, and virtual worlds.
According to Las Vegas Locally, Tiësto and Zedd will cash in $250,000 for each set performed to fulfill their new residencies with Resorts World Las Vegas and Zouk Group.
one week only, techno queen Charlotte de Witte is opening up her KNTXT Music imprint for demo submissions for the first time in history. Providing an exciting opportunity for label support, electronic music producers can send music directly to de Witte’s ears via a submission form from March 15th to 21st.
Daft Punk,one of the most influential and popular groups to emerge in the past 30 years, have announced their retirement via a video titled “Epilogue” posted Monday morning.
Riverside County Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser just signed an order sealing the fate of Coachella and Stagecoach for Spring 2021. The decision was made due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.