Music's endless dance party is only getting bigger as the genre now dominates major festivals, tops the Hot 100 and accrues hard-to-reach millennials.
The three men gathered this sunny Memorial Day afternoon on a patio in Los Angeles could not, in some ways, be more different. Steve Angello, 32, rose to fame as one-third of the DJ supergroup Swedish House Mafia. Martin Garrix, 19, achieved viral stardom with "Animals" (now well past half a billion YouTube spins and counting). And Scooter Braun, 33, is the impresario famous for chaperoning the careers of Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande.