It's no doubt that electronic music has caught the attention of the masses. Since the recent explosion of the genre in 2011, it seems that just about everyone has embraced it. Whether its 'deep house' to 'tropical trap rap' to 'moombahton' the genres continue to expand with a now more than ever diverse roster of seriously mind bending choices. We rounded up a mix of twelve songs that are worthy of so much play time it's ri-dic-u-lous.
More days than others, it seems like we're looking for some nostalgia from music festivals past only to get us in gear for music festivals present. Sometimes there are no words to describe our experiences, however, thankfully we have the live sets to bring us back to those moments. We've rounded up 10 amazing live sets from a solid group of DJ's that produce unforgettable sets and will most definately never get old. Listen, love, and enjoy!
2. Diplo- Live at Electric Zoo 2012
5. Tristan Garner- Live at Tomorrowland 2012
6. Laidback Luke- Live at Ultra Music Festival 2012
8. DJ Solo- Live at Electric Forest 2012
9. Le Castle Vania- Live at Escape From Wonderland 2011
10. Steve Aoki- Live at UMF Korea 2012
Rihanna seems to let her emotions run free in her new video "Diamonds," off her new album 'Unapologetic' due out November 19th.
Opting for a more neutral, comfortable look, RiRi bares her soul through what seems to be the end of an era. The clips show Ri belting out verses in the desert as two horses are shown running beside one another, a burning rose and Ri's hand slowly losing grip from a man's tattooed arm. The song exceeds the word "deep" and she made sure for the world to know it.
Born and raised in New York, Lady Gaga, has been busy on tour but that's not stopping her from giving back to her beloved NYC. With that said, she has announced a donation of $1 million to Red Cross to give back to her community that was devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
If you know Dillon Francis then you know he's pretty out there and doesn't give a f*ck or sh*t what you think about his wild antics and that's why he's just...awesome. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Dill made an announcement to his fans via newsletter that he will be donating all of the proceeds from his show at Webster Hall this Friday, Nov. 9 to the people affected by Hurricane Sandy while on his Wet & Reckless Tour.
Listen to his remix of "Where Did I Go" with Kill Paris below and to buy tickets to rage out AND support an amazing cause click here!
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, millions in the tri-state area were tremendously devastated, especially those in New Jersey where the storm hit hard. In an effort to raise funds for those affected in the local community, HQ Nightclub along with Angel Management Group, EMM Group and Revel have come together to initiate Revel Nightlife Relief.