Tomorrowland Is Going Down to Georgia

Tomorrowland Is Going Down to Georgia

Tomorrowland, one of Europe's largest music festivals, will be crossing over into the United States, setting up a fairytale world with electronic dance beats for three days in Georgia.
The Knife

The Knife Ends 7-Year Hiatus With Politically Charged Album

Well into the recording of what would become the Knife's fourth album, Shaking the Habitual (April 9, Mute), Swedish brother/sister duo Olof Dreijer and Karin Dreijer Andersson weren't sure that a band called "the Knife" still existed.
Afrojack's Universal Deal: Inside The Hitmaker's Major Move

Afrojack's Universal Deal: Inside The Hitmaker's Major Move

Afrojack has signed an exclusive worldwide deal with Universal Music Group, clearing the way for Island Records to release the Dutch artist's debut album, led by current single "As Your Friend" featuring Chris Brown, later this year.
Ultra Music Festival Weekend 1, Day 2: 11 Things Seen and Heard

Ultra Music Festival Weekend 1, Day 2: 11 Things Seen and Heard

As if Friday's eight-hour opening day wasn't enough, Ultra Music Festival stretched from noon to midnight on Saturday, offering fans twelve jam-packed hours of exceptional EDM talent. With more fans and DJs rocking Miami's Bayfront Park, there was naturally much more to see and hear -- running among stages to catch overlapping acts was all but inevitable.
Swedish House Mafia: Billboard Cover Story

Swedish House Mafia: Billboard Cover Story

They came, they raved, they conquered. Along the way to global domination, ­Swedish House Mafia and its uncompromising manager transformed the business of the dance world-and beyond. Billboard checks in with the reigning dons of the dance scene as they prepare to go their separate ways, following one last blowout tour.

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