The duo premiered the unreleased single at Rawhide Event Center in Chandler, Arizona over the weekend.
Philly's HiJinx NYE music festival is ready for its grand return to tie a bow on 2021.
Take a trip back in time with photos from the childhoods and early electronic careers of Alison Wonderland, Flume, RL Grime and more.
The single is an infectious blend of Goth Babe's road trip-ready aesthetic and Louis The Child's cheerful bass drops.
The Zouk Group is taking over the Strip.
This vibrant electropop song delivers an uplifting message to anyone who let themselves get hurt in a relationship.
Jai Wolf, Elderbrook, K.Flay and more will also be along for the ride.
Electronic music made its mark at Apple's highly visible Spring Loaded event this week.
ZHU, Zeds Dead, Alison Wonderland, and more are set to return to Red Rocks this year.
The festival will also feature performances by GRiZ, Louis The Child, Chris Lake, Lane 8, and many more.
The song premiered on YouTube with a soulful music video that was filmed at California’s beautiful Mammoth Mountain.
WHIPPED CREAM and whipped cream? Groundbreaking.
Miller has been part of the team since 2016, when he was hired as a photographer and videographer for a show in Chicago.
They even got the actor who played the Oompa Loompa in the 2005 film to promote the duo's custom chocolate bars.
Comprised of 19 new tracks and paired with a psychedelic visual companion, the project is a return to the duo’s experimental roots.
Louis The Child are building the hype for "Candy 2."
The young producer has also shared that the track could release sometime next month.
Through a series of social media posts, the duo revealed the second edition of "Candy" is on the way.
Today's lineup highlights include live sets from Alison Wonderland and ZHU.
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We have the soundtrack worthy of your firework displays.
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"Dads are most ordinary men turned by love into heroes, adventurers, story-tellers, and singers of songs."
"What we're experiencing right now is history."