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Diplo mixes together the best records of 2016.
Five new covers for free.
Nominees like Depeche Mode, Janet Jackson, Kraftwerk, Jane's Addiction and The Zombies will have to wait.
Names like Hot Since 82, Chris Liebing, Lee Foss, Carl Cox, Solomun, Guy Gerber and Mark Knight will be among the over 460 DJs down in Mexico in January.
He performed "Same Drugs" and "Finish Line/Drown" on the Casey Afflect-hosted episode.
J. Cole gets his fourth No. 1 in a row.
Theatergoers hoping to see Josh Groban in his Broadway debut are in luck, as the multi-platinum recording artist announced this week that he will be extending his contract in the hit Broadway show Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. Groban is ...
More names mixed in include Prince, Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips and Miguel.
They performed together for the last time last night in Miami.
The A.U.R.A. Fest ("All Underground Rock All Day") returns to Savannah, Georgia, on February 18, 2017, at the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum. The festival's lineup includes metalcore favorites such as Zao, Unearth, He Is Legend and Oh, Sleeper.
Beneath with Me gets an upgrade.
Learn about one of the most influential machines in music today.
15 new remixes in total.
St. Brickulous is here with another album just in time for the holidays.
Alessia Cara is breaking more rules in her new music video for “Seventeen,” which premiered on Vevo yesterday (Dec. 15). Cara was recently honored with the Rule Breaker award at 'Billboard’s Women in Music' event, which took place in New York ...