No matter where you go, there you are. That's the central theme of As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM, a documentary on Adam Goldstein, who battled addiction, obesity and depression before becoming one of the first rock-star DJs and then succumbing to a drug overdose in 2009 at age 36.
T-Mobile has quickly become one of the largest sponsors of EDM, putting an estimated eight-figure commitment towards sponsorship of SFX's tentpole U.S. festivals as well as artists like Zedd and Above & Beyond. But there's more behind the phone company's dance quest.
After dropping a few EPs, Amsterdam DJ trio Yellow Claw are prepping to release their debut album, 'Blood for Mercy.' But don't expect it to be a longer version of what you've heard before -- they're already exploring new sounds.
You won't hear any massive drops on 'Always,' the brand-new track from EDM duo DVBBS -- instead, the dare-we-say romantic song is all bouncy synths and danceable beats, topped off by an ethereal female voice.
Rob Garza’s artisanal mezcal brand Papadiablo is produced in the countryside in Oaxaca, Mexico. Garza, best known as one half of Thievery Corporation, is a frequent visitor to the area, where a mezcal maestro called Don Beto distils small batches of the infamous liquor made from agave over a wood fire.