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Roundup: Electronic Music in the 56th Annual Grammy Awards
Electronic music continues to work its way into pop culture. This year was as big as a year can get for electronic dance music and it shows with the recently revealed Grammy nominations. For the first time in the last couple years Skrillex won't be sweeping the electronic dance music Grammys...
deadmau5 “Arcadia” Remastered
Joel Zimmerman may be best known for his mouse-mantra, but his alternative pseudo name fuckmylife forgoes the gimmicks. Put aside the costumes, the intense scrutiny and glory – the tracks produced under fuckmylife revert back to the very thing Zimmerman hones so well, sultry electronic precisi…
Madeon To Perform at New York Stock Exchange
We all know music’s an industry, but its nice to know even the men in suits know how to get down. For the first time in history, the New York Stock Exchange annual Kairos Society’s Global Summit will feature a live DJ of such epic proportions...
Jeremy Olander “Let Me Feel”
Hand picked by Eric Prydz, Jeremy Olander, was eagerly welcomed into the Pryda Friends family in 2011. The Swedish electronic producer has blossomed into one of the most talented musicians in dance music. His mesmerizing sound is driven by breath taking melodies and rhythmic bass lines...
araabMUZIK “The Prince Is Coming”
With only 10 more days until the release of his next mixtape “For Professional Use Only," araabMUZIK, has given us a sneak preview of what is to come. “The Prince Is Coming” is a drum heavy instrumental jam packed with electronic samples skillfully overlaye…
James Egbert “Back To New” CHANGE Bootleg
CHANGE’s (Alex Woolley) bootleg of James Egbert's whimsical “Back To New” single is a pretty catchy one. Keeping it danceable, CHANGE tops his version with icy bass and ringlets of electronic house washes. The all-around creator shows his admiration f…
Upcoming MGMT album inspired by Aphex Twin
Electronic duo, MGMT, burst onto the scene with their iconic first album “Oracular Spectacular" in 2007. The immense talent of these college roommates, who simply began sharing music with no intentions to start a band, seems like a pairing written in the stars...

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