Billboard has revealed the top charting dance/electronic albums and tracks of the decade.
Compiling 30 charts spanning the last 10 years, Billboard have named both the genre respective No. 1 album of the decade and No. 1 song.
Lady Gaga has landed the No. 1 album, with 'The Fame', with Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories', David Guetta's 'Nothing But the Beat' and 'In Return', Odesza's 2014 album, making up the rest of the top five albums.
Forbes has revealed its 100 Highest-Paid Entertainers list for 2019, which includes musicians, athletes, authors, comedians and 'personalities'. Taylor Swift and Kylie Jenner finished first and second.
Dance music culture has invaded gaming, and is blurring the line between the real and virtual world. Big gaming companies are recruiting dance music DJs for more than their music. They are co-opting their image, their brand, their personality and weaving their digital avatars into a video game storyline.
Ultra Australia have revealed its Phase 1 headliners for its 2019 outing.
Returning across February 23th (Melbourne) to February 24th (Sydney) next year, Martin Garrix, Adam Beyer, The Chainsmokers and Marshmello are the first big names to be announced to play the festival. You can watch the Phase 1 announcement below.
With Phase 2 expected to drop soon, tickets - which range from $125 to $275 - can be bought here.
Forbes has revealed its 30 Under 30 Music list for the year ahead, ranking young Stateside chart toppers currently making big noises.
The list includes electronic artists such as Madame Gandhi and rapidly rising Brooklyn-based Korean-American producer, artist, vocalist and NTS Radio regular Yaeji, whose EPs have garnered critical acclaim by combining house beats with East Asian lyricism.
Marshmello has reportedly earned more than $44 million over the past two years, according to new figures revealed by Forbes.
The masked EDM star’s YouTube channel is also now amongst the 50 largest on the planet reportedly averaging 1.4 million new subscribers and 250 million views per month.
More than 80 artists have been confirmed for the 2018 instalment of American electronic and hip-hop festival HARD Summer, which takes place between 4th and 5th August at The Speedway in Fontana in Southern California.
Electric Zoo Festival has announced the likes of Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Porter Robinson (as Virtual Self), Marshmello and Justin Martin for its 10th-anniversary celebration this summer.
The festival has also announced the first of four themed stages which will feature at this summer’s festival with Anjuna Beats, Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats, Anna Lunoe’s HYPERHOUSE and Made Event’s Sunday School all confirmed to feature.
EDC Orlando may have been one of the most unmissable US EDM events this year, but not everyone could make it to Florida in person.
Thankfully, a host of live sets recorded over the course of the two-dayer —which took place last weekend — have been made available on Mixcloud, meaning if you missed being there you don't have to fully miss out.
Escape Halloween has revealed the line-up for its 2017 Psycho Circus edition. The seventh annual event features sets by Zedd, Marshmello, Afrojack, Nicole Moudaber, and Jamie Jones.
Produced by Insomniac, the two-day festival runs 27th and 28th October at San Bernardino, California’s NOS Events Center.