Last month, Dutch EDM dominator Hardwell took to the stage at Germany's Hockenheimring for BigCityBeats Virtual World Club Dome.
Closing out his I AM Hardwell - United We Are world tour with Dannic, Kill The Buzz and Funkerman, the two-time DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll winner played to 25,000 screaming fans, delivering the biggest beats and a mind-blowing array of lights and pyrotechnics.
Footage has emerged of a new version of Skrillex and What So Not's long-awaited collaboration 'Goh'.
The track first appeared back in 2014, when Skrillex dropped it on New Zealand radio station George FM, but never saw and official release and was seemingly lost in the ether.
Recently however, What So Not has been playing a revamped version of 'Goh' (named “'cause it makes you just wanna go,” as Skrillex says), in his DJ sets.
The Aussie has now uploaded a clip of the track to his Instagram, while one plucky fan also caught the new version on camera.
London producer Feed Me (otherwise known as Spor) has shared his full nine-minute remix of Deadmau5's hit track 'Strobe'.
While paying tribute to the original, progressive offering through long emotive sections and recognisable synthwork, Feed Me also ramps up the track with stomping beats, bringing 'Strobe' fully up-to-date for the 2016 dancefloor.
Feed Me's version is part of a four-track 'Strobe' remix package celebrating the 100th release of Deadmau5's mau5trap label. Dropping 23rd September, the EP also features Lane 8, ATTLAS, and Com Truise.
Following the footage of Skrillex's new collaboration with RL Grime and What So Not, yet more of Sonny Moore's unreleased material has appeared online.
Eight new versions of Skrillex tracks have leaked via Reddit, including VIPs of his smash hits 'Bangarang' and 'First Of The Year', a pair of instrumentals and an 'Extended Intro' edition of his Suicide Squad banger 'Purple Lamborghini'.
Stream all the tracks below.
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!
Deadmau5 has attacked Texan DJ Erik Fink after he was caught ripping off his cube stage set-up at a party in Austin.
The Canadian was first told about the copycat by a fellow Twitter user, and proceeded to lay into the DJ and his imitation stage, saying: "The ripoff was some asshat named Erik Fink."
Before adding, "The thing that pisses me off the most is that he used chauvet LED panels. Get that s**t outta here."
Mad Decent boss Diplo has responded to accusations of cultural appropriation surrounding his new tracks 'Lean On' and 'Cold Water'.
The American producer/DJ, who is also one third of dancehall trio Major Lazer, alongside Jillionaire and Walshy Fire, is said to be misrepresenting Indian culture with the new songs.
Tomorrowland has announced it will expand to two weekends for its 2017 run.
It's not the first time the Belgian mega fest has run over two consecutive weekends — organisers expanded the festival temporarily in 2014, before downsizing back to one weekend for their 2015/2016 events.
EDM rockers Knife Party have teamed up with Rage Against The Machine guitarist and founder Tom Morello for new track 'Battle Sirens'.
“Tom hit us up when we were in the studio saying he’d always loved the idea of merging his guitar riffs into the electronic world," explain Knife Party, "and we bounced some ideas back and forth until we had the final version.”
Spotify has released a new animated short called How EDM Changed the World, as a part of its 12-week Deconstructed video series.
The two-minute clip follows the story of dance music from the origins of house in Chicago (namechecking Frankie Knuckles of course!), through the birth of Detroit techno with the Belleville Three, up to the modern day, touching on the explosion of drugs and corporate money within the scene.