A "drive-in" concert is under investigation for a lack of social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
US duo The Chainsmokers are facing backlash for a "drive-in" concert they performed at in The Hamptons this past weekend. Around 2,000 guests attended the open-air concert in the luxury Southampton area, with tickets reportedly ranging between £970 to £19,400. The Chainsmokers were supported by Goldman Sachs SEO David Solomon, who performed under his EDM alias DJ D-Sol.
Billboard has revealed the top charting dance/electronic albums and tracks of the decade.
Compiling 30 charts spanning the last 10 years, Billboard have named both the genre respective No. 1 album of the decade and No. 1 song.
Lady Gaga has landed the No. 1 album, with 'The Fame', with Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories', David Guetta's 'Nothing But the Beat' and 'In Return', Odesza's 2014 album, making up the rest of the top five albums.
Forbes has revealed its 100 Highest-Paid Entertainers list for 2019, which includes musicians, athletes, authors, comedians and 'personalities'. Taylor Swift and Kylie Jenner finished first and second.
Martin Garrix says his main goal is supporting new talent, according to a recent edition of GQ's Actually Me.
The ongoing social media series sees celebrities take questions from the public and respond to information published about them online through sites such as Wikipedia, revealing plenty in the process.
Ultra Australia have revealed its Phase 1 headliners for its 2019 outing.
Returning across February 23th (Melbourne) to February 24th (Sydney) next year, Martin Garrix, Adam Beyer, The Chainsmokers and Marshmello are the first big names to be announced to play the festival. You can watch the Phase 1 announcement below.
With Phase 2 expected to drop soon, tickets - which range from $125 to $275 - can be bought here.
Forbes have shared their list of the World’s Highest-Paid DJs for 2018 with Scottish superstar Calvin Harris coming out on top once again.
Harris retains the top spot on the respected business magazine’s annual list for the sixth year in a row with estimated annual earnings of $48 million.
Dutch legend Tiesto has been knocked from second to third place year with his earnings of $33 million being trumped by U.S. EDM duo The Chainsmokers whopping $45.5 million.
Calvin Harris features in Forbes' Highest-Paid Celebrities list as the richest dance music artist in the world, raking in more than the likes of Paul McCartney and Jennifer Lopez.
The producer and spinner released his fifth album, 'Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1', last summer, and is reportedly worth $48million, placing him at number 50 in the earnings charts, with his residency at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, netting him £1million per show between now and 2020.
MTV have announced their EMA Awards nominations, with Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris and The Chainsmokers all nominated in the Best Electronic category.
You can see the full list of nominations below. The 2017 MTV EMA awards ceremony takes place on Sunday 12th November at The SSE Arena, Wembley in London.
The Chainsmokers have been announced as 2017’s Miller Genuine Draft partners for Miller SoundClash. The Miller SoundClash champion will get the chance to perform ahead of them at one of Vegas’s best clubs. We caught up with the affable duo to talk Miller SoundClash and their meteoric rise to the top…
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