A collective sigh of relief could be felt from the Electronic Dance Music community as Skrillex took home the GRAMMY for Best Dance Recording for “Bangarang” featuring fellow Los Angeleno, Sirah. EDM fans hoped the […]
GRAMMY-winning EDM producer Skrillex has started the New Year with a flurry of activity, releasing a new party-themed video for the song “Summit,” a collaboration with ex-girlfriend Ellie Goulding, followed by a three-song EP of […]
It’s been said that the music of Skrillex sounds like a video game run amok. Now the popular dubstep producer has concocted his own online game that looks back to 8-bit titles of the past.
Forbes says he pulls in $11.5 million a year. But according to the Canadian dance music producer, his annual haul is nowhere near the double-digit number bandied about by the bean counters.
The instantly identifiable Deadmau5 logo can be found on a multitude of products, from headphones to Puma shoes. Now the Mau5-headed wonder has his own watch, and it appropriately glows in the dark. Rave on!
EDM mega-star Deadmau5 has got it going on, from high-profile collaborations to headlining events around the world. With all of that big money to burn, the dance music producer has developed a serious taste for high-stakes gambling.
Unlike many collaborations that are digitally phoned in, Deadmau5 and Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance connected in a Los Angeles studio to craft the hit single “Professional Griefers.”
In the current battle for superiority in the rapidly expanding world of EDM, none loom larger than Deadmau5 and Skrillex. We pit the two beat barons in a battle for dance floor supremacy.
When he dropped his track with Rihanna, the bass was so intense the the earth was shaking. His music brought the festival back to life after the grounds were evacuated for a few hours due to severe thunderstorms.
Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta and MTV’s DJ Pauly D are among the Top 10 earning superstar jocks of the past year.