Check out the futuristic music video for the collaboration from Jean-Michel Jarre and M83, “Glory.”
Steve Angello returns with a remix of Jean-Michel Jarre and M83's "Glory." Listen to the track inside.
After hitting us with his unforgettable remix of M83’s “Midnight City,” house legend Eric Prydz is back with another re-work, this time of Jeremy Olander’s “Let Me Feel.” The edit goes for a darker and deeper sound loaded with leads that swell and dissipate back into the track’s melodies
You're well-known for your skill in genre blending. Popular demand aside, what genre do you have the most fun working with? House, progressive, trance, breaks?
I like picking up on the emotion in music...so i'd have to say, progressive, but I like pairing that emotion with something energetic...so maybe
On December 1st, elektro hosted an event at the Highline Ballroom in New York City, which showcased some of the top talent 4AM, the New York-based DJ/Producer Talent Agency, has to offer. As 4AM has provided great music to many of the top dance clubs and most exclusive v
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
Austin City Limits devoured the Texan city in mid-October, and early bird specials for 2013 are already underway. Some sets left fest-goers crying out for an encore weekend.
A-Trak said it best when he called out during his Friday afternoon set, “It’s a beautiful day. Let’s boog
This weekend, music fans from across the country will flock to Texas for Austin City Limits. Festival by day and rowdy artist showcase by night, ACL consistently features an diverse range of artists – everyone from Weezer to the Weeknd. But, this year more
Virgin Mobile announced today its 2012 line-up of the much-anticipated “Virgin Mobile Free Fest,” which as of now will feature EDM favorites Skrillex, M83, Santigold, and Nervo. The festival offers a rare opportunity to see the industry’s best performing at one venue with artists from different genres sharing the same stage. I mean, where else can you see Skrillex and ZZ
Helsinki-based DJ Otto Yiperttula, simply known as Yotto, came out with a new spin on M83’s “Intro” - taken from the French electronic band’s sixth album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming. Yotto’s rework takes things to a minimalist level with simplicity conquering complexity, thus keeping to Alesso’s signature statement “less is more.” Replacing the ori