Major Lazer have announced a new weekly mix series.
Following the coronavirus, or COVID-19, outbreak, artists have been live streaming and finding new ways to deliver content to their fans.
Last weekend, DJ and producer Diplo streamed the very first A Very Lazer Sunday, following the postponement of the Major Lazer Soundsystem City Takeovers due to take place in March and April.
Diplo has shared that he will live stream sets during self-imposted quarantine.
Following the cancellation of shows during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, US artist Diplo revealed he will be hosting live streams from his house, after sharing a Saturday night ambient set alongside Rhye and Secular Sabbath from his home on Saturday (14th).
Speaking about the project, after dubbing it Corona Sabbath, Diplo said: "While we’re all in self-imposed quarantine and I’m grounded from playing shows I am going to get creative and make up random sets and shows live from my house."
Axwell’s Axtone announced new mix series for Diplo’s radio show, Revolution, earlier this week.
The radio show, titled Axtone’s House Party, kicked off yesterday and can be streamed monthly on every first Thursday via SiriusXM.
Previous releases on Axwell’s imprint, Axtone, include big names in the likes of Camelphat, Klahr, Simon Ray, as well several of the label head's own releases.
Diplo has issued a statement following a shooting at Brazil's annual Carnival celebrations.
The DJ and producer was in São Paolo, and set perform at a street party during Carnival on Tuesday (25th) when the shooting incident took place.
Major Lazer have surprise released a new EP.
Titled 'Soca Storm', it takes in three brand new songs from the trio, 'Wet It Up', 'King of the Party', and the title track. The latter two feature soca singer Mr. Killa, while 'Wet It Up' takes in guest vocals from another soca artist, Zeek.
The tracks have featured in recent Major Lazer sets and the release of 'Soca Storm' marks the first time they've been made available for streaming.
The release of the EP comes ahead of a final album from the trio which is due later this year before they disband at the end of 2020.
Paul Woolford has hinted at new music with American DJ and producer, Diplo.
2019 was a big year for both Woolford and Diplo, real name Thomas Wesley Pentz. While the former released no less than four studio albums in the last 12 months, Pentz made history by becoming the first DJ to play a set on top of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Diplo and Dillon Francis will appear on a new episode of Hot Ones.
The popular Youtube show, which has previously featured DJs like DJ Snake and Martin Garrix, have enlisted Diplo and Dillon Francis for a holiday special game of Truth or Dab.
After teasing it last week, Major Lazer have made the full first season of their animated TV series available to watch on YouTube.
All 11 episodes of the show are available for playback at any time following the initial airing of the eponymous animated series via the FXX network back in 2015. The show follows the story of a freedom fighter based in a futuristic Jamaica as he fights demons and smokes a lot of weed.
Back in 2015, Major Lazer premiered an eponymous animated series via the FXX network which followed the story of a freedom fighter based in a futuristic Jamaica as he fought demons and smoked lots of weed.
The full series, which took cues from the trio's live show visuals of the time, is soon set to be available to relive in full via YouTube. In a tweet posted today, the trio revealed that season one of 'Major Lazer' would be put up for streaming this Wednesday, November 20th.
Diplo has said that the return of his collaborative project with Skrillex, Jack Ü, "could be next year".
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the DJ, producer and label boss said that we could see Jack Ü return in 2020, but "there's no rush". He also shared that Skrillex "has a lot of material he's been gearing to release", and when that happens he thinks they "might be able to do some new stuff."