Women typically make up about half the attendees of any given music festival, yet seldom does the line-up of performers reflect the demographic of the audience. Electronic festivals have been especially notorious for being one of the music businesses' .
Ah yes, it's that time again. Time for a release crawling up from the depths of what is undeniably the most dramatic and argued upon genre in EDM. I'm talking about the new album from Disciple's own Dubloadz, a dude who's made a pretty household name .
The spoilers, shared via r /Tomorrowland, show the early construction of the Main Stage, which will soon be home to huge acts like Eric Prydz, Jauz, Marshmello, Tiesto, Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Armin van Buuren, Alesso, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve.
The sub-Reddit r /avicii leaked tracklist details (since deleted image below), potential release dates, and the inside scoop on the most exciting part of Avicii's return thus far — the fact that his new album is actually broken down into a 2-part.
Of course, you can't really blame people that harshly when a few of the most popular genres only really came into being in the last decade or so: dubstep , trap, future bass, big room, etc. But for house and trance, their histories span decades back to.
Police Report 29 Felony Arrests, 118 Ejections, 443 Medical Calls Thus Far at Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas Your EDM.
Reddit contains incredible communities with some of the most devoted users of any community-based forum on the web ( of which there are admittedly few). Between all of the dance music related subreddits, ranging from / r /aves to / r /electronicmusic and .
There's isn't really a publication, curation project or blog dedicated to DIY punk, indie and alternative music… kind of . If there is, it's either too deep into the oi! punk realm for our (subjective) tastes, too plagued by awful local acts, or it's.
Coming out of nowhere this Monday was this remix of What So Not's “Lone,” by a French collective calling themselves Slow Hours. Different than the collectives which have become popular over the past couple years, like Moving Castle and Soulection, Slow .
He’s referring not only to his untouchable run of ’80s albums — including such classics as “1999” (1982), “Purple Rain” (1984) and “Sign o’ the Times ... there are blasts of hip-hop, electro-funk, house and even dubstep.