Zedd's new headphones, created in partnership with Japanese tech company Double Zero, are now available to buy online.
The US star announced the project earlier this month, saying he wanted to "create headphones that don’t only look and feel incredible but also sound REAL".
The cans are available to buy now from the Double Zero website for $199.99 USD.
Zedd has created his own line of headphones in partnership with Japanese tech company Double Zero.
The over-ear, high definition headphones come in a monochrome colour palette of either all-black or all-white, with the price set at $199.99 USD.
Pre-orders for the headphones will launch on 19th April, with the EDM DJ saying he "wanted to create headphones that don’t only look and feel incredible but also sound REAL".
Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Afrojack, Jauz, Tchami, and Zedd will headline Italy's Nameless Music Festival this year, running 2nd to 4th June in the northern Italian town of Barzio.
It's the fifth annual edition of the popular Italian rave-up with other acts including Alan Walker, Amy-Jane Brand, Angemi, Becko, Chace and Delayers also confirmed.
The festival has also introduced a third stage to its layout due to growing demand — you can check out the aftermovie from the 2016 edition of the festival below.
Skrillex performed at Zedd’s ACLU benefit concert at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on Monday night (3rd April). You can now watch a section of his set below.
Zedd announced that he would be arranging the show to raise funds to help the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) rally against President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration ban in January.
Zedd has opened up about his American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) fundraiser show, which sees Skrillex, Bebe Rexha, Incubus and more hit the Staples Center in Los Angeles on 3rd April.
The DJ/producer previously stated that the ACLU benefit show was “not necessarily anti-trump”, and now he’s detailed what spurred him to put the fundraiser together in a new interview with Billboard.
Zedd has revealed further details on his ACLU benefit concert, that’s set to take place at LA’s Staples Center on Monday 3rd April.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the EDM producer said the benefit came together in less than 72 hours, with acts like Imagine Dragons, Skrillex, Tinashe, Incubus, Macklemore and more slated to perform.
Zedd has released his latest track, 'Stay', a collaboration with Canadian singer/songwriter Alessia Cara.
Kygo and Selena Gomez's new collaboration is out today.
After being teased by both Selena and Kygo over the last week, the new track landed via Spotify this morning.
It's the second EDM collaboration for Selena Gomez, who previously released 'I Want You To Know' with Zedd, whilst Kygo has worked with Australian popstar Conrad Sewell and UK rocker, Ed Sheeran.
Listen to the new track below.
Zedd has announced the full line-up for the ACLU benefit, that’s scheduled to take place at LA’s Staples Center on Monday 3rd April.
Joining Zedd, Skrillex and the others initially announced are Bebe Rexha, Mija, Machine Gun Kelly, Miguel and Camila Cabello.
Proceeds from the showcase will go directly to ACLU.