Hardwell was forced to put a hold on his set in Myanmar on Saturday night (10th December), when a fight broke out in the crowd.
Playing the inaugural 808 Festival in Yangon, the Dutch EDM star paused the music and jumped on the mic when he spotted the scuffle.
"You dude, what the fuck is going on there?" he yelled. "If you want to fight, take the fight out of the fucking party, we're here to party without the fight here."
He continued: "Get your ass out the fucking festival, we're here to party without fighting, it's all peace and love here."
Deadmau5's new full-length 'W:/2016ALBUM' drops this Friday (2nd December), and just when you thought the anticipation couldn't get anymore intense, the Canadian has only gone and dropped a album minimix.
The clip is built mainly of sublime progressive house (as is to be expected from the mau5), such as the already previewed 'Let Go feat. Grabbitz', but also features some grittier tracks and a slower-paced, trip-hop-esque closer.
Check out the minimix in full below.
Deadmau5's new album may only be just over a week away, but that's not going to stop the Canadian superstar from sharing some even fresher material (especially considering he apparently hates his upcoming 'W:/2016ALBUM/' LP).
In a rare, but not unheard of, move, Joel Zimmerman has been on a hip-hop tip, cooking up the crunchy, street-ready 'Okay' with Manchester rapper Shotty Horroh.
Dutch trance/EDM star Tiësto has remixed DJ Snake & Justin Bieber's recent track 'Let Me Love You', but the result is not what you might expect!
Taking a deeper route than usual, but still with a bouncy bassline, Tiësto's 'Aftr:Hrs Mix' is as straight up club house as they come.
You can check out the rework for yourself below and keep your eyes peeled for forthcoming versions by Marshmello, Don Diablo and Zedd.
2015 Top 100 DJs winners Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have entered the German history books following a record-breaking World Club Dome Winter Edition show.
Taking over the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, the Belgian brothers played to of 45,000 adoring fans — the biggest solo DJ show in Germany ever.
DVLM are now looking forward to their end of year four-show spectacular at Sportpaleis Antwerp. With 60,000 tickets selling out in the first hour, and 120,000 set to attend in total, it's clear the EDM megastars aren't slowing down anytime soon.
American DJ Kaskade is teaming up with Hakkasan Group for a Las Vegas residency running throughout next year.
The Grammy-nominated EDM star kicks off his stint in Sin City on 30th December at Omnia in Caesar's Palace.
Kaskade will then go on to perform at Hakkasan itself, along with a host of the company's other clubs, including Jewel and Wet Republic.
Dillon Francis has announced his "underground" alias DJ Hanzel will headline Exchange LA on Thursday 22nd December.
The 'One Deeper' show will be Francis' first solo headline performance under the alias, which sees him swap out his big room house and EDM for a less erractic bass house vibe.
Hanzel usually appears as a hilariously pretentious European character created by Francis on his YouTube channel.
Mad Decent honcho Diplo has teamed up with 2015 DJ Mag Top 100 DJs winners Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike to fight off evil!
Ok so maybe this is strictly true, but it is the plot to the trio's new animated music video for their track 'Hey Baby' featuring singer, Deb's Daughter.
Made to look like a comic book (complete with speech bubbles!), the clip sees the producers sucked inside the movies, visiting the world's of Terminator, King Kong, Ghostbusters and more to battle a collection of cinema's greatest villians.
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.
Martin Garrix's STMPD RCRDS imprint today drops its first release not by the young Dutch bossman himself.
Titled 'Leave This Place', the single instead comes from LA-based LIONE, who most notably remixed Jack Ü's 'Where Are Ü Now' last year.
Keen-eyed fans may have seen this one coming, as LIONE guested on the STMPD Radio show on Beats 1 back in July.
The track itself is a synth-heavy slice of electronic pop, complimented by a glitchy, futuristic Neo-Tokyo themed video clip which you can watch below.