Kaskade premieres his remix of Jack U's hit single with Justin Bieber, "Where Are U Now." Preview the remix inside.
Infuze puts his signature "Future Rave" spin on Jack U's hit collaboration with Justin Bieber, "Where Are U Now."
Looks like Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber are going to be frequently collaborating in the future.
Justin Bieber's special guest appearance during Ultra Music Festival came with some hilarious dance moves.
What an incredible year 2012 has been. The electronic dance music scene has hit an all time high and the musicians apart of this movement have never been bigger. Cue one of the most prestigious magazines in the world Forbes. To make it onto
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
Justin Bieber's "As Long As You Love Me" gets a remix from Louis La Roche. This reworking brings electro stylings to the hit pop song. Louis La Roche uses vocal snippets to create a cleanly mixed electronic breakdown that combines with a jazz-sounding key progression. The steady
You won’t forget about summer fun with this poolside track by Louis La Roche. As Long as You Love Me (LLR Remix) combines elements of disco with the vocals of America’s golden boy Justin Bieber who does not normally sound this groovy. Despite his name Louis La Roche was born Brett Ewels and
Billboard.com recently posted their “21 Under 21: Music’s Hottest Minors 2012”, the list showcased 21 of the most popular young artists ranked from 21 to 1. Not surprising to us, two of the honorable mentions are dance music heavy weights Madeon and Porter Robinson. Madeon makes his debut as number 19 with his Pop Culture live mash
When you see the name Justin Bieber, you wouldn't think "2am Track of The Week." When you see the name Back From The Future, you 100% think of "2am Track of The Week," and that is what we have here. The duo from San Diego has turned this chart topper on its face and in m