Deadmau5 had some harsh words for the sisters of Krewella after their performance at this year’s Ultra fest in Miami.
Deadmau5 let it be known that he’s none too happy that Krewella’s Jahan Yousaf invoked his name in her op-ed on sexism in the music industry and online.
“It’s almost as if being the female in the group. it’s assumed that you are purely there as a puppet and completely void of any musical abilities, creativity, or vision,” writes Jahan Yousaf.
The Yousaf sisters are using social media to tell fans that all might not be what it seems in the split with founding member Kris Trindl.
The crossover EDM act responsible for the 2013 hit “Alive” are mired in a legal war with founding member Kris “Rain Man” Trindl.
A cross-country trek inspired Emery to create ‘Drive,’ an album that aims to capture the feeling of exploring a new world from behind the wheel, taking on the highways and byways of America in an up close and personal fashion.
This year will mark TomorrowLand’s tenth festival, and will feature such dance floor favorites as Armin Van Buuren, Diplo, Steve Agnello and Krewella.
With Yeezus season behind us, we can now focus on autumn’s real raison d’être: fuzzy cardigans and new albums.
The Chicago trio might be the darlings of the EDM scene, but the group’s aspirations extend well beyond the dance floor.