The rising, multi-hyphenate electronic music artist recently unveiled her latest single, a sultry dance record called "i-LIBERATE."
In celebration of his sophomore album, the house music virtuoso has broken down "EXOTICA" track-by-track for EDM.com.
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"We haven’t done an album that is as diverse since 2009’s Legend of the Black Shawarma. This is as much of an Infected Mushroom album as it gets."
"In terms of a body of work, it feels like the one I’m most proud of when I look at it."
"#Partystarters" is a hedonistic song-cycle of steamy swag house.
Zouk Group has been a lifestyle destination dynamo throughout southeast Asia for three decades. We got a tour of the company's first U.S. properties at the new Resorts World in Las Vegas.
Our conversations with Sensorium's avatars offered an intimate glimpse into the role of artificial intelligence in the metaverse.
The "24-hour diner of the internet" fosters community for artists, gamers, and hobbyists unlike any other social media platform.
We caught up with Anjunabeats, Defected Records, and more of the most storied record labels in electronic music to reflect on their first-ever release—and the history it inspired.
Athena shared her surprise as to how well received her musical debut has been.
A music festival in Pakistan's nascent dance music industry was caught in a social media firestorm. The organizers cleared the air with EDM.com.
Tapping into the EDM zeitgeist, Sensorium Galaxy is positioned to lead the paradigm shift in the future of live music.
"That feeling of being able to make someone’s day brighten up or scream and go crazy gives me chills and also makes my days way better."
After her sister’s tragic death, Sharlitz Web channeled the pain of her journey to produce dark and brooding electronic music.
To celebrate the last day of Pride Month 2021, we chatted with Chilean electro-pop superstar Javiera Mena, one of the first openly lesbian women in Latin music.
"We need to fill the fans’ hearts with a lot of good energy."
Known for his celebratory post-punt dances, ex-NFL star Marquette King has battled depression in his pursuit of a career in both football and music.
"You have to be different, because everybody else has already been taken."
"Since I’ve come out, I’ve really started enjoying DJing in a whole different way."
"I just focus on my music, my mission, and my plan to make people happy through my songs."