The fan-voted 45th annual American Music Awards kicked off tonight and welcomed new artists, as well as honored the top artists in hip hop, EDM, rock, pop, country and more. Broadcasted live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, the AMAs featured performances by Zedd, Marshmello, P!NK, Selena Gomez, BTS, and a handful of other artists. Check
Recently, pop music star, Selena Gomez, has released a snippet of her new music video “Wolves,” on Twitter. She has also revealed that fans can only check out the full-length music video exclusively on Apple Music. Fans are excited to check out the new music video but, unfortunately, only Apple Music Subscribers will have access
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Kesha had one hell of a past few years. The artist who found fame with her early electronic pop tracks found herself in a legal battle over contractual obligations with her then manager Dr. Luke. Things only got more complicated when it was discovered that sexual abuse allegations also surrounded the complex legal situation. Eventually
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Around two years ago, a music producer launched into the dance music culture as an anonymous DJ called Marshmello. While there have been quite a few slip ups from the DJ and producer, Marshmello’s identity has never been fully revealed. For Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, they revealed that Marshmello, “born Chris Comstock” aka Dotcom
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The world turned on it’s head when news of a forthcoming Marshmello and Migos announcement was announced. Now we have found details about how you can listen to it first. The collaboration is actually not going to be released as a stand alone single, but actually as part of a soundtrack. I am sure your
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Earlier this year, the anonymous producer Marshmello decided to venture into pop-punk with his single “You & Me.” Despite catching many of his fans off guard, the track was well-received and Marshmello was able to show off his music production skills with a wide variety of different singles. Just weeks after its release, Marshmello has
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It’s been quite awhile since we’ve heard Selena Gomez’s voice. As Gomez prepares for her return to the stage at the American Music Awards, the pop start did an incredible dress rehearsal from her living room on Instagram live. Due to health issues in late 2016, Selena Gomez hasn’t performed for fans in any setting
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Five years in the electronic music space can seem like a lifetime, especially as this past half decade saw dance music grow into a $7 billion global enterprise. Production value, ticket sales, and arguably even talent are at an all time high in the social media age, with Flume a major standout. The Australian superstar started shaping the course of contemporary electronic music with his self-titled debut solo LP five years ago.
Harley Streten’s Flume project introduced the world to the experimental blend of liquid synths, off-filter percussion arrangements, and modulated basslines that are now ubiquitously considered future bass, at a time when Australia’s now massive pool of production talent just began to emerge. Compositions like “Sleepless,” “Holdin On,” and “Insane,” not only catapulted Streten to an iconic status, but are enduringly evident influences in the works of some of today’s most sought-after breakthroughs including Mura Masa and Marshmello.
Flume also came at a time when the full length LP didn’t carry much strength, or popularity in the electronic music world, though the record’s sweeping, monumental success undoubtedly paved way more full length studio products from fellow electronic artists to follow. The album even received a deluxe edition release, which hosted Streten’s seminal remix of Disclosure‘s “You & Me.” Creating a genre of his own, and then continuing to not only dominate it, but push it’s creative boundaries, Flume has earned his spot in morden electronic music’s uppermost echelon largely behind the work on his formal introduction, Flume.
Marshmello is at it again – this time Marshmello and Selena Gomez have taken the #1 spot this week in the Billboard Dance/Electronic charts category for their collaboration on their latest track, “Wolves”. Unsurprisingly, the emotive track also made an appearance onto Billboard’s Top 40 charts where the song currently holding the #33 spot! This is
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