Bonnaroo will also feature performances from Elton John, Kaskade, Damon Albarn, Jack White, Lionel Richie and many, many more.
In keeping with his only-working-with-super-famous-musicians angle, Chance will connect with dub-step rascal Skrillex for a new song.
Each city’s “takeover” will feature unique line-ups boasting such marquee acts as A$AP Rocky, Just Blaze, Lunice and more.
Jay-Z is teasing fans with a taste of what’s to come at his second annual Made in America festival that is scheduled to take over Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway this summer. The rapper posted a video […]
A collective sigh of relief could be felt from the Electronic Dance Music community as Skrillex took home the GRAMMY for Best Dance Recording for “Bangarang” featuring fellow Los Angeleno, Sirah. EDM fans hoped the […]
Skrillex, nominated for three GRAMMYs; Best Dance Recording, Best Dance Electronica Album and Best Remixed Recording, will join fellow GRAMMY nominees, Diplo,and Kaskade, as well as friends Nero and Tommy Trash for an all-star bash […]
This week on REWIND: Awards Show Edition, there’s yet another GRAMMY scandal and it goes by the name is Al Walser. He’s the relative unknown who somehow landed a nomination against GRAMMY winner Skrillex’s “Bangarang”, Calvin […]
Beyoncé and Jay-Z will all be celebrating New Year’s Eve with fans and on different coasts. But they are not the only artists who will be hitting stages across America for countdown celebrations. Here is where your […]
According to rap mogul Jay-Z, Kurt Cobain and Nirvana were so popular in the early ’90s that the entire hip-hop movement had to simply take a time out while grunge ran its course.
The Kaleidoscope Orchestra, performing at the Contact Theatre in Manchester, England, recently recorded a 10-minute classical piece using songs from GRAMMY award winning DJ Skrillex’s More Monsters and Sprites and Bangarang EP’s, as the foundation. His remix of Benny Benassi’s “Cinema” plus his own songs “Right In,” “Equinox” and “Kyoto” were woven together to produce the orchestral experience.