ODESZA Disrupts Dance Music with Lush, Post-Dubstep Beats

ODESZA Disrupts Dance Music with Lush, Post-Dubstep Beats

Before Odesza's Harrison Mills and Clayton Night were topping Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums chart and headlining nearly sold-out, back-to-back world tours, the two Seattle beatmakers were just another unsigned band dealing with the hardships of the road -- and extreme fandom -- themselves.

Get in the Ring With Skrillex For Bare-Knuckled New ‘F--- That’ Video

Nabil — the tastemaking director who’s directed great videos for the likes of Frank Ocean, FKA Twigs, and Antony and the Johnsons -- is back with a cinematic take on Skrillex’s “F--- That.” Follow the streetfighting protagonist -- played by French actor Saïd Taghmaoui -- as he brings himself to the brink and back, from a jail cell to freedom to an even worse fate.
Jon Hopkins

CODE Guest Playlist: Jon Hopkins

In the span of five years, Jon Hopkins went from being a respected session producer who had worked with the likes of Coldplay and Brian Eno to one of the most significant rising electronic artists. Fresh off the release of his new 'Asleep Versions' EP last week, the British producer caught up with Billboard to provide a guest playlist comprised of the songs he is currently listening to.
Mr. Probz

Mr. Probz on How Spotify, A Housefire & A Remix Created His Massive Dance Hit 'Waves'

Once upon a time, music blogs had the corner on the music discovery market. But these days, online music discovery is increasingly being led by curated playlists on streaming services like Spotify. A perfect example is Mr. Probz's "Waves," a song currently at No. 3 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart thanks in great part to Spotify curation.

David Guetta's 'Sun Goes Down' feat. Magic!: Exclusive Song Premiere & Showtek Q&A

Showtek have become a marquee DJ's favorite partners in crime. After sharing the studio with the likes of Tiësto and Hardwell, the Dutch duo were a natural collaborator choice for David Guetta on his forthcoming album Listen. The Janssen brothers ended up with credits on three album tracks, including "Sun Goes Down," "Bad" and "No Money No Love."