- Stream Calvin Harris' New 'Motion' Album 'Motion' features such high-profile collaborators as Gwen Stefani, Big Sean, Ellie Goulding and Tinashe.
- David Guetta Reveals 'Listen' Tracklist, Featuring Nicki Minaj, Sia, More He'll premiere the music video for "Dangerous" this Friday.
- Gwen Stefani Guests on Calvin Harris' New Track 'Together': Listen On "Together," Stefani sings over some high-tech EDM beats where she stresses the importance of living and loving in the moment.
- Baauer Features AlunaGeorge and Rae Sremmurd on New Song 'One Touch': Listen Featuring a minimal trap-inspired beat, AlunaGeorge vocalist Aluna Francis handles the track's hook, while Rae Sremmurd hold down the verses.
- Big Sean Blows His Feelings 'Wide Open' on Calvin Harris' New Song: Listen Harris' new album Motion, featuring Big Sean, Ellie Goulding and more, is out Nov. 4.
- 16 Hospitalized After Chicago Skrillex Concert No fatalities have been reported.
- Judge Judy Doesn't Know What a Rave Is: Watch Judge Judy is confronted with the subject of EDM festivals and hilarity ensues.
- Deadmau5 Offers Up '4X4=12' Album as Free Download The breakout 2010 album features such Deadmau5 fan favorites as "Some Chords" and "Raise Your Weapon."
- Four Dead After Amsterdam Dance Event Among the four dead after this year's event include a popular music industry executive, Felix Hines.
- Lorde's 'Hunger Games' Soundtrack to Feature Kanye West, Charli XCX, Tinashé If you ask Lorde to curate a soundtrack, she will deliver. Case in point: the soundtrack for the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1, which includes some of the coolest musicians around right now.
- Ellie Goulding Teams Up With Calvin Harris For 'Outside': Listen While the last time around Goulding was making kissy faces with Harris on her 2012 track, "I Need Your Love," things have seemed to have gotten a wee bit darker.
- Dillon Francis Remixes Deadmau5 Classic 'Some Chords': Listen Francis takes the brooding, slow-building original and twists it into a high-energy electro-house jam ideal for rocking festival crowds.