A quick perusal of the site’s “Hot Members” page turns up a 24-year-old female who “love to raves, been doing it since 2010. If you don’t love EDM, this isn’t going to work out,” she says. “Looking for a boyfriend, not a hookup.”
Featuring superstar DJs Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, Swedish House Mafia was an immediate success, helping initiate the current EDM craze with worldwide smash hits from the group’s debut single, “One (Your Name)” in 2010 to its last, 2012 blockbuster “Don’t You Worry Child.”
“It was about building this bridge between our two worlds and doing it in an organic way,” explained Aoki of the melding of rock and EDM in the new collaboration.
The clip’s message is a six-point plan aimed specifically at party-going ravers in regards to popular party drug MDMA, more commonly known as “Molly.”
No one is as puzzled and thrilled by the massive popularity of Avicii’s new international hit “Wake Me Up” as the musician that co-wrote it, Incubus guitarist Michael Einziger. He tells us how it came together.
How the collaboration came to be has been of particular interest in the weeks since its announcement; though an unlikely pairing, it seems the Beatle and Beetroots share a producer in Youth (aka, Martin Glover).
While more than 100,000 EDM fans packed into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the last night of Electric Daisy Carnival, Deadmau5 revealed his new robotic “Mau5bots” at Vegas club Hakkasan.