"Striking the right balance has been hard."
"I know that it’s possible to make dreams become a reality."
It seems nothing can break Martin Garrix's stride.
LaFera oversees a team of agents whose roster includes Kygo, Steve Aoki, TOKiMONSTA, Martin Garrix, Marshmello, and many more.
Maro Music has three original productions on the official Cyberpunk 2077 game release and one track—“When It’s War” with Deadly Hunta—on the official soundtrack.
"2021 is going to be all about BIG collaborations."
"Ice Cream," Lunoe's first release in over a year, is a triumphant return to the dance music scene.
While Rebillet's art may seem crude on the surface, at its bedrock is individualism—one of the most important values not only of musicians, but also humans.
"One love, straight ‘cross the board, team unstoppable."
"'Space Time' and 'Take The Stairs' will always hold a special place in our hearts as two of the records we are most proud of."
boiish is signed to HE.SHE.THEY, a UK dance music brand at the forefront of the contemporary inclusive movement.
"There was never the intention to become famous. I was just putting my music out online for fun.”
Read about Getter's new creative mindset and the life experiences that led to his loud, proud and unrelenting "NAPALM" EP.
Exclusive EDM.com interviews with Alison Wonderland and more take us inside "Underplayed" to examine the effects of gender bias on women in the industry.
The prolific artist talks producing through hearing loss, inviting fans into his personal paracosm and the creative process behind his new album.
"Trinity is going to be my final album, so I wanted it to be the best."
DJ Diesel caught up with EDM.com to chat about how his love of electronic music drove him after the lights of NBA arenas went out.
Miller has been part of the team since 2016, when he was hired as a photographer and videographer for a show in Chicago.
"There is nothing more painful than feeling helpless while watching someone you love go through cancer treatment."
"Most dance music is written in a computer... we wanted to step outside of that."
Netsky sheds some light on his triumphant return to the Hospital imprint and what he sees in the future of drum & bass.
"I hope when he sees me making music and enjoying what I do for my job, he feels like pursuing his dreams."
On a smoke-free day in San Francisco, the producer caught up with EDM.com to discuss his virtual gig at Abracadabra Festival as well as new music.