After another landmark year, Skrillex remains the standard bearer for the massive electronic music movement, emerging with three nominations for the annual Grammy Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles. The nods for Best Dance Recording and Best Dance/Electronica Album are in refere
Last night, we saw the nominations for the 55th Grammy Awards. Among the dance music categories are Best Dance Recording, for which Avicii's "Levels," Calvin Harris' "Let's Go," Skrillex's "Bangarang," the Swedish House Mafia's "Don't You Worry Child," and inexplicably, Al Walser's "I Can't Live Without You." The nominees for Best Dance/Electronica Album are Steve Aoki's "Wonderland," The Ch
Since emerging in Skrillex’s “Bangarang,” Sirah comes alive in her latest mixtape, "C.U.L.T. Too Young To Die" (which premiered on Jay-Z’s "Life+Times") and now welcomes a new music video for “Up & Down,” a track that draws you close with her soft vocals and just as easily spits you out with a fiery rap
In what looks like it could be one of the funniest movies of the summer, The Watch starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, and Jonah Hill, features none other than Skrillex's smash "Bangarang."
In 2004, he first emerged in Los Angeles as Sonny Moore, a 16-year-old lead singer for a B-list “scene” band called From First to Last. The group recorded for Epitaph Records, played the Warped Tour, and opened for Fall Out Boy, performing for an audience of mess-headed fans donn