Viceland — the dedicated TV channel of vice.com — announced back in January that they were set to produce a spoof documentary series based on the life of Major Lazer's Diplo, with ex-Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek tipped to play the leading role.
Due to air in five parts and star fellow EDM joker Dillon Francis alongside Friday Night Lights’ Dora Madison, the first look trailer for the series has now officially landed (watch it below) with the full season set to debut on 3rd August via Viceland.
EDC Las Vegas took place over the weekend, and you can now watch sets from Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Laidback Luke and Major Lazer below.
The 2017 edition was the 21st EDC Las Vegas, with the festival taking place between 16th to 18th June at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Major Lazer have revealed they are in the studio with Indian rapper, Badshah.
Diplo and co. unveiled the news in a video on their Facebook page, which you can watch below.
It shows them in them in the studio collaborating with Badshah on a new track that uses a sitar sample.
Mad Decent Block Party is celebrating the 10th anniversary this summer, but maybe not in the way you’d expect.
The 2017 edition of the touring pop-up festival will be limited to two stops, one in Philadelphia on Friday 7th July and the other in Colorado on Sunday 3rd September.
As a result of an oversaturated market, the organisers are pulling back considerably from their 15-tour run in 2016.
Major Lazer decided to surprise release a new EP this week. Entitled ‘Know No Better’, the six-track release shares the name of the lauded Travis Scott-featuring single.
The group’s first extended effort since 2015’s ‘Peace Is The Mission’, it’s 19-minutes of run time is packed with talent. Sean Paul, Busy Signal, Quavo, Nasty_C and Jidenna are just a few that were tapped by Diplo and co. to assist on their fresh offering.
Glastonbury has revealed its full 2017 line-up, as well as reveal the event’s daily schedule, three weeks ahead of the renowned Worthy Farm event which runs from 21st to 25th June.
Major Lazer have announced a new collaboration, 'Know No Better', alongside Travis Scott, Camilla Cabello and Migos' Quavo.
Out this Thursday worldwide, the group shared the news of the new collaboration via Instagram, alongside the track's artwork, having already played the track out during their performance at Hangout Festival.
Major Lazer and Houston-bred rapper Travis Scott will once again be sharing record credits. The latter using his stage time during Alabama's Hangout Music Festival to preview new collaborative effort 'Know No Better'.
Diplo would later take to Instagram to confirm the new joint single. Scott shares credits on “Know No Better” with Starrah, Camila Cabello, and Migos’ Quavo.
Scott had previously been featured on 2015 Major Lazer single ‘Night Riders’.
DJ Snake and Major Lazer’s hit track ‘Lean On’ hit an unfathomable two billion views on YouTube last month.
The track, taken for Major Lazer’s massive album ‘Peace Is The Mission’, was released in March 2015 — almost exactly two years ago to the day.
‘Lean On’ now joins the ranks for commercial chart-toppers like Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ and Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson’s ‘Uptown Funk’ as tracks that have hit the two billion mark.
Watch the clip for ‘Lean On’ below.