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Such a super groovy tune!
"And its fire. Obviously."
Alesso has released his new single "Take My Breath Away" co-produced by Dillon Francis and featuring an unlisted female vocalist.
Dillon Francis has released the music video for his new single "Anywhere" featuring Will Heard.
Other names include DJ Snake, Dillon Francis, Baauer, Tchami, Tory Lanez and GRiZ.
Other acts on the bill include, Porter Robinson, Baauer, Tchami, Fat Joe, Madeon, DJ Mustard and Anderson .Paak.
Other names on the bill include Dillon Francis, RL Grime, Madeon, What So Not and New World Punx.
Dillon Francis and Kygo have released the music video for their collaboration with James Hersey "Coming Over," taken from the "Get Low" DJ's recent EP This Mixtape Is Fire.
Skrillex and Dillon Francis have unleashed their "rebirth" of Skrillex's long-awaited remix of GTA's "Red Lips." Originally just thought to be from Dillon Francis, the rebirth now has Skrillex's name attached to it, who adds some bigger and more ...
2015 has surely been the year of trolling within the EDM world, especially with artists like Dillon Francis, DJ Snake and now Calvin Harris and Hardwell. In a hilarious attempt to prank Francis, Harris trolled Hardwell by sending Francis an Christmas ...
During Dillon Francis's 4th Annual 'IDGAFOS Weekend' in LA, Francis dropped one of the most unexpected remixes of the weekend with his rendition of the highly coveted track from GTA, "Red Lips."
Dillon Francis is currently on his Fourth Annual 'IDGAFOS Weekend' part of his tour, where, just the other night, he dropped two unreleased tracks with NGHTMRE and Alesso!
At long last, What So Not has released his long awaited Gemini EP. He unveiled earlier this month that the EP would be released on Dec. 18 and now that the clock has crossed over to Friday in Australia, Emoh Instead has unveiled the full EP for his ...
Dillon Francis and Martin Garrix have unveiled the quirky and odd music video for their 2014 collaboration "Set Me Free." The track was originally released as a promotional single for Dillon Francis' debut artist album Money Sucks, Friends Rule. In ...