After two drug-related deaths at last year’s scorching event forced its cancellation and made national headlines, the New York electronic music festival returned on Friday, hyper-aware of the microscope it's under.
Demi Lovato lands at No. 1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart with "Really Don't Care," which rises 2-1. It's her third topper, following "Neon Lights" earlier this year and "Heart Attack" last summer. All are from her fourth album, Demi. Remixes from Cole Plante, Digital Dog, DJLW and Jump Smokers, among others, contributed to Lovato's latest triumph.
When you're Steve Aoki -- one of the planet's highest paid, hardest-working DJs -- life is understandably quite busy. But unlike many other workaholic musicians, it's not because of a "life is too short to waste time" mentality. Actually, Aoki thinks it's possible he'll live forever.
Richard D. James -- aka Aphex Twin -- is primed to release his first proper album in 13 years. With "SYRO" due out Sept. 23 via Warp, James has done a couple of rare interviews and Aphex Twin news is beginning to trickle out. Among the juiciest details is an apparent beef with Kanye West.
Ariana Grande earns her first No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, as "Break Free," featuring Zedd, flies to the top (3-1). It's also the first No. 1 for Zedd, who reached No. 2 with his smashes "Clarity" and "Stay the Night."