Ermahgerd! Dillon Francis is going on a Wurld Turr! This extensive tour will cover the globe from the United States all the way to Canada. On this tour, you can expect to hear Dillon's favorite track, "Levels," as well as his new trap single, "Wurld Turr," which Dillon gives us a preview of in the trailer above
Las Vegas based duo Plastic People have previously released a dubstep remix to Zedd’s "Shave It" and a trap remix to Avicii’s "Levels." The duos latest project, available as a free download via their Soundcloud, is a remix of Swedish House Mafia’s ever-present
This video gives us a backstage pass with Avicii and his tour managers, part of "At Night Management." While recapping Avicii's performances at huge EDM events like Australia's Stereosonic Festival, the video gives us an inside look at the man himself, and the people who work behind him
2012 has been an amazing year for EDM, where we've seen the rise of young DJs and producers like Zedd and Alesso, the emergence of new EDM trends like trap, and learned about the soon to be separation of the legendary Swedish House Mafia
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
One of EDM’s most recognizable faces and sounds (we still can’t get “Levels” out of our heads) has found time to sit down and interview with Elite Daily as part of their Press Play series. The result is a look into the mind 22-year-old Swedish megastar Avicii, who comes to reveal how he has adapted to his craft, as well as how lucky he is to be in a job he truly loves
If "Le7els" isn't big enough, now we have one of YouTube's biggest sensation's Keenan Cahill doing a parody on his channel of Avicii "Le7els."
2011 ain't over until the fat lady sings on a sick remix of your favorite club banger, (okay not really), but we love making lists so we just went ahead and an assembled our top tracks of the year a bit early