Skrillex may be working a new collaboration with X Factor US group, Fifth Harmony.
A Snapchat video of the OWSLA boss and the four remaining members of the band has emerged on YouTube, leading to rumours the acts are working together.
Fifth Harmony featured on the second season of The X Factor US, finishing in third place.
The Chainsmokers have beaten the record for the most YouTube plays in 24 hours.
Their latest single 'Something Just Like This' — a collaboration with UK pop-rockers, Coldplay — rocketed to over 9 million views when it went live on the platform on 22nd February.
The previous record was 8.2 million, set by Justin Bieber in August 2015 with his single 'What Do You Mean?'.
Zedd has released his latest track, 'Stay', a collaboration with Canadian singer/songwriter Alessia Cara.
Deadmau5 has shared a new six-minute minimix previewing his forthcoming album, 'Stuff I Used To Do'.
The six-minute clip reveals much of the material is of a slower-pace than is usual for the Mau5, with many tracks leaning towards hip-hop and brash electro influences.
Marshmello has dropped a new remix of Noah Cyrus' 'Make Me (Cry)'.
Penned by the younger sister of popstar Miley Cyrus, the track also features British R&B star Labrinth.
Marshmello previously teased the new remix via his Instagram account, and now you can listen to the track in full below via Spotify.
Deadmau5 heads off on tour next month, so in preparation the Canadian has uploaded clips of visuals for his Cube 2.1 stage.
Kicking off on 29th March with a run of shows at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom, before making his way around the US and finishing up at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on 5th May. Tickets are available here.
Beyond Wonderland festival returns to its original home at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California this year with an allstar line-up topped by the likes of Mad Decent boss, Diplo, and two-time Top 100 DJs winner, Hardwell.
The seventh edition of the event sees it take on an aquatic theme — The Endless Sea — across six stages, which will host over 70 artists over Friday 24th and Saturday 25th March.
Avicii has taken to Instagram, sharing clips of him in the process of making his forthcoming third album.
Major Lazer will debut a new documentary about their historic Cuba concert at Sundance Film Festival, set to air this Friday, 27th January in Utah.
Titled Give Me Future, the film will document the historic concert that drew a crowd of almost half a million people in March last year, and saw the group become one of the first to play in Cuba following a mend in trade relations with the United States.