Tiesto, Disclosure, Pusha T, DJ Mustard, Martin Garrix and Carnage will also perform at this year’s HARD Summer event.
The obiquitous Pharrell may be “Happy” all over the place, but he’s not losing his edge.
One of the world’s biggest DJs continues to miss shows after having his gall bladder and a ruptured appendix removed in Miami last month.
This year’s summer tour for Diplo’s label is packed full of big names, including Run the Jewels, Fatboy Slim, Riff Raff and Dillon Francis.
As one would expect from such dance floor heavyweights coming together on one tune, “Freak” is an epic club banger that’s packed with high energy and massive drops.
And out of nowhere, we finally have his debut album Recess, which you can stream in a variety of ways.
Frank Ocean has yet to announce a follow-up to his 2012 album, Channel Orange, but he’s given fans a little consolation prize with the brand new track “Hero.”
This year will mark TomorrowLand’s tenth festival, and will feature such dance floor favorites as Armin Van Buuren, Diplo, Steve Agnello and Krewella.
The original version of “You Make Me” can be found on Avicii’s debut album, ‘True,’ which also boasts hit singles “Hey Brother” and the Aloe Blacc/Mike Einziger-assisted breakout smash, “Wake Me Up.”
The two-hour collection is a solid snapshot of 2013, remixed for maximum dance floor impact.
Ultra is among America’s biggest electronic dance music events, attracting hundreds of thousands of EDM fans to the sunny confines of Miami every year.
These are not your grandma’s classic Christmas carols.
Wildly eccentric Houston-born rapper Riff Raff has made himself into quite the presence on the current pop culture consciousness, and now he’s ready to rock the music world with his first full-length album.
The record will be Diplo’s first solo release since 2010′s “Express Yourself” EP, which helped kick off the current “twerking” craze.
Now that Miley Cyrus has made “twerking” a household world, DJ Diplo plans on setting up the biggest “twerk wall” the world has ever seen over Labor Day weekend.
For Lollapalooza’s final night, The Cure wasn’t interested in chitchat. Robert Smith knows that you want him to just shut up and sing, and that’s what he did. Phoenix on the other hand…
The in-demand producer is insisting that recent quotes about the long-awaited new Beyonce album were taken out of context, and that he was talking about a specific song.