Afrojack performs at the 2014 Made In America Festival

Afrojack Plots Next Sound on U.S. Radio: 'It's Time to Bring the Dance Back'

One of the highlights of the inaugural L.A. edition of Made In America was Afrojack's hour-long set, which found fans chanting his name even before he began playing. This is one of the last times American fans will see him in 2014, though, as he plans to spend most of the rest of the year in Europe.
Miami's Ultra Music Festival Is Now 18 & Up

Miami's Ultra Music Festival Is Now 18 & Up

After an unfortunate season of drug-related tragedies and behavioral arrests, EDM festivals may have reached a turning point. On Tuesday (Sept. 2), Miami's Ultra Music Festival announced that it is no longer all-ages. The next installment takes place on March 27–29, 2015, and will require attendees to be at least 18 years old.
TBS Cancels CeeLo Green's 'The Good Life'

TBS Cancels CeeLo Green's 'The Good Life'

TBS doesn't want any part of CeeLo Green's The Good Life. The Turner-owned cable network has canceled the unscripted series after one season.
The Black Keys

The Black Keys Considering January Studio Return

The Black Keys are certainly looking forward to getting their North American tour underway on Sept. 5 in Columbus, Ohio. But given their druthers, Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney wouldn't mind logging some studio time sooner rather than later to start making a follow-up to their chart-topping Turn Blue, which came out in May.

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