Last night, Swedish superstars and 2/3rds of Swedish House Mafia, Axwell & Ingrosso, played a mammoth show at the Brooklyn Mirage in New York City. On a marvelous holiday weekend the place was packed to the gills and to end the special night Axwell shared some pretty big news. As they were closing down their set
The City that never sleeps has been a staple in the EDM community since the early years of Pacha and Webster Hall. As time has progressed and new venues have come and gone, few have been able to prove as a cornerstone for the community. Clubs like Output (formerly more underground) has taken in some
Additional artists performing at “Summer’s Last Stand” include Vulfpeck, Snails, RL Grime, Gramatik, and more. This year, North Coast will also debut all-new daily showcases curated by industry collectives, showing off the best sounds in hip-hop, house, rock, and beyond with sets from the likes of The Cool Kids, Lyrical Lemonade, and more.
With all of the anticipation of a potential Swedish House Mafia comeback at Ultra Music Festival tomorrow, all eyes were on Axwell / Ingrosso during their set last night. Reddit users were quick to notice the Swedish House Mafia Easter egg on the screen during their set as well as the fact that Axwell /
There has been ridiculous speculation on the return of Axwell, Ingrosso and Steve Angello since Swedish House Mafia ended their run in EDM at Ultra in 2013. Since the end of the era, Steve Angello has gone on to continue a successful solo career while Axwell and Ingrosso have gone on as single acts along
Made Event continues to dominate the NYC EDM event landscape as they are proud to welcome AXWELL Λ INGROSSO to The Brooklyn Mirage for an outdoor, all-night affair under the stars on May 27, 2018. Starting now fans may register HERE for advance pre-sale tickets, which goes live on Thursday, March 1 at 11 AM
Creamfields announced their 2018 lineup and it’s looking to be behemoth year for the Cheshire-based extravaganza. Rich in both depth and considerable breadth, the festival will bring together 300 artists across 30 stages from August 23–26.
Techno don Carl Cox will be making his return to the festival for the first time in over a decade, where numerous other artists will be making an appearance, showcasing the festival’s keen ability to tap into the full spectrum of dance music. From artists like Skream, Kölsch, and The Black Madonna, to The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, and Above & Beyond, Creamfields 21 promises to be an unmissable installment for all dance aficionados.
EDM has always had an eclectic fashion sense about it. Bold colors, flashy designs and explosive details have always found their home in dance music. Lately though their has been a massive influx of artists wearing one brand and one brand only, Virgil Abloh’s Off White. Off White Has Taken Over EDM Instantly recognizable by
Axwell / Ingrosso received some sharp criticism when they released their last single ‘Dreamer’. Fans were initially pretty disappointed that the group decided to alter the track, which was originally heard as an ID almost a year ago, from a progressive anthem to a future bass oriented tune. Axwell and Seb both stood by their
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“Your Favorite Music You Haven’t Heard Yet.”
Started in 2009, Proximity has become a staple channel for the EDM scene for both artists and fans. As one of the largest YouTube music channels, Proximity has racked up over 2 billion views and 5.6 million subscribers. From mashups to original premieres to the ZHU x Proximity exclusive, Proximity has listeners covered for all their dance music needs. Recent track postings from Proximity include Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Galantis, and Cash Cash, among others.
Trap and Bass
If you’re looking for your fill of bass music look no further. Created in 2012 as an outlet for up and coming talent, Trap and Bass has secured a cool 804,000 subscribers. On their channel you’ll find a mix of trap, hybrid, future bass, and bass house. Bringing the channel from irl to url, Trap and Bass has also hosted events and been a part of sponsorships worldwide. Recent track postings from trap and bass include DJ Snake, Oski, and UZ, among an up-and-coming roster of trap producers.
Run the Trap
With the intention of bringing 808 and trap music out of the shadows, Run The Trap was built in 2012 to create A New Order for Underground Culture. With 147,000 subscribers its obvious they know how to curate their music. From heavy trap to atmospheric future bass and with features like the newest Ekali x ZHU release, RTT has your deepest bass desires covered. With recent postings of tracks from Flosstradamus and Louis Futon, its no surprise that Run the Trap is one of YouTube’s most heralded channels for electronic releases.