Australian star Flume has been showing his support for the Keep Sydney Open campaign fighting lock-out laws in New South Wales.
Having won the Best Pop Release for 'Never Be Like You' and Best Independent Release for 'Skin', Flume used his acceptance speech to plead with Premier Mike Baird to keep Sydney's clubs open and was photographed wearing his Keep Sydney Open pin on the red carpet.
Skrillex has teamed up with killer collaborators RL Grime and What So Not for new trap banger 'Waiting'.
The clip of the tune — which first came to light in a video from What So Not's performance at Hollywood's Fonda Theatre back in September — was shared via RL Grime's Facebook page yesterday, and includes a number (1-855-464-7348) which fans can supposedly ring to hear the track in full.
DJ Snake has shared a short film following him on his 2016 summer tour.
The Frenchman, who recently collaborated with Justin Bieber, has been to all four corners of the Earth this year, promoting his album 'Encore'.
Set to Snake's track 'Here Comes The Night', the clip shows him flying around, playing to legions of crazed ravers, signing autographs, taking selfies with fans and waving his hands about a lot. Check it out for yourself below.
Baauer has dropped a new collaboration with LA's CZ, titled 'How Can You Tell When It's Done'.
Since the 'Harlem Shake' producer released his debut LP 'Aa' earlier this year he's been touring the globe and recently kicked off his new six week Beats 1 residency for Apple Music.
When RL Grime and What So Not teamed up on 'Tell Me' in 2015, they created what was undoubtedly one of the year's biggest trap smashers.
Now the pair are back, with the one and only Skrillex in tow, for a big bass follow-up which What So Not premiered last night during his show at Fonda Theatre in Hollywood.
One fan was quick enough to capture the track on video, check it out below.
And revisit 'Tell Me' too!
words: ERIN SHARONI pics: JAVIER LUNA & NATHAN NAVARRO
What do you get when you lock an Israeli, a Norwegian, a Mexican-Swede and a Lebanese-American in a studio? Some solid trap music, apparently.
Think CUFF; think "G-House", right? Wrong!
Casting the bass heavy, 4x4 house grooves associated with Amine Edge & DANCE and their monster label to one side, the label's latest release (available for free below!) from young French beatmaker Ikaz Boi has thrown a complete spanner in the works. It's his first solo project, a free download mixtape entitled ‘Ketamine Trap’.
Andrew Moore aka KRYOMAN is well-versed in the art of amping up a rave. If you have ever caught his performance before and decided to be 'that person standing in the front of the crowd' chances are, you will probably never invest in an average blow-dryer again. The London-based, Miami-bred half man, half robot legend has gained an international following for his lazer-driven, cryogun fog-blasting shows.
As the sun sets on Hogan's Beach in Tampa, Florida, the silhouettes of scantily clad girls twerking atop their boyfriend's shoulders stretch back as far as the venue space allows for undoubtedly the largest crowd this beachfront EDM oasis has seen. The "suns out, guns out" t-shirt donned crowd, equipped with homemade, yet elaborate, "#ChipotleGang" posters, are ready to get ratchet to the highly-anticipated arrival of young trap lord Carnage.
A master of tectonic beats, surging drops and powerful melodies, the Dutch superstar of Moroccan/Algerian origin has dropped massive hits onto the biggest labels there are, including Spinnin' and Afrojack's Wall Recordings. Collaborating with the likes of Hard Rock Sofa, Diplo and Kaskade, R3hab's jackhammer sounds have crossed progressive, trap and electro house, while hard dance and trance have also featured.