The electronic duo of Joe Sussingham and Bryce Bresnan, both 22, released their latest project, Thundercolor EP, a week ago, and it has already climbed the charts with their original dance beats.
While Avicii's Ultra performance confused some fans and generated some backlash, this musical fusion is only natural.
For gay men of a certain age, Peter Rauhofer's sound is instantly recognizable, and probably conjures up fond memories of circuit parties and nights at the Roxy. I am of that age -- I came out in the New York nightlife scene of the 1990s and 2000s, which Rauhofer ruled.
Multi-platinum songstress Luciana Caporaso has a packed schedule of tour stops and performances. Recently she took time to catch up with me and share her latest goings on and projects.
The Birmingham native is one of England's most accomplished veterans in the house and techno world, a globe-trotting DJ who is on the road nearly every weekend of the year.
On Sunday nights, if you happen to venture to Bar Marmont in Los Angeles, you'll find a woman spinning vinyl. Yes, another club, another DJ, but look closer. There is something very different about this one.
With over 30,000 attendees, Jeffrey Sanker's annual White Party in Palm Springs celebrated it's twenty-fourth year in operation.
As the lights dimmed on weekend one of this year's Ultra Music Festival, the beats stayed bumping through the Florida air. The events and parties of Miami Music Week and WMC kept the fire burning all week long on South Beach. From mermaids swimming the pool of the Cover Girl / Hyde Beach Club Party at SLS with Nervo to intense debauchery at the Big Beat Records karaoke party at the Clevelander, this week was bonkers!
One half of Wang Chung discusses being "abducted by the '80s," teaching composition at a University, writing the music for a 1980s crime drama, leading a jazz quartet and, of course, the new album, Tazer Up!
What do biofeedback, scavenger hunts and photo sharing have in common? Each represents a possibility for the near-term future of the music business.
2013 is the year of the Snake and although I don't know exactly what that means, I do know it's going to be an amazing year for EDM and the emerging culture around it. We are at the tipping point. It's not the end at all. EDM is just growing up.
A unique trailblazer that defied categorization, Donna Summer had a great voice that mattered. While her anthems remain pop culture staples, there's a world of her music that most may not be familiar with. Here are 20 of her best singles that missed the Billboard Top 10.
I assumed Al Walser was a super up-and-comer. Cut to: Yesterday morning I see multiple Facebook and blog posts about this guy with everyone wondering how he snagged a nomination.
The tension in Stott's music yields diversity and means that whether in headphones or in the club, Stott's music ominously pacifies.
Trouble Lights smashes your father's disco balls and trashes your mother's synthpop paradigm with an indie attitude that more accurately defines the mid-fi musical tastes of their generation, especially the smarty kids of Iowa.
If you have turned on the radio, watched TV, or attended a music festival in the last several years you have likely noticed the Electronic Dance Music DJs and producers flooding the market. EDM is the fastest growing mainstream genre in the United States.