Ah, photobombs. They've been happening since the inception of cameras, yet, somehow, they never get old. But it's not just regular ol' folks sneaking in behind their Great Aunt Janice in a picture... Celebs want to get in on the action too!
Major Lazer remixes have been a big part of the group's success since arriving in 2009 with the album 'Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do.' Initially comprised of successful DJ-producers Diplo and Switch, Major Lazer performed at the Coachella and Pitchfork festivals and built up a following while performing their own material and re-working the songs of other artists.
It's all about the 305, yo! Miami is a sexy city. While there is a prevailing stereotype that Miami attracts a decidedly senior citizen demographic that is looking to escape the northern cold, it's also a young, vibrant and hip urban haven.
SXSW is the hub of the music industry for a week. As fans, hipsters and musicians converge on the cool, artsy city of Austin, Texas, people are showcasing their unique style and expressing themselves in all sorts of ways, from Converse Chuck Taylors to cropped leather jackets and print pants.
French DJ David Guetta is the gold standard of the EDM scene, simply because everything he touches (aka, lays a beat under) is a smash hit.
Over the past few years of his long-spanning career, Guetta has had a string of wildly successful mainstream singles, thus taking him out of the club, in terms of his appeal. But even with his impressive succession of pop hit
Those who aren’t hardcore fans of EDM star deadmau5 probably only know the basics about the 32-year-old performer: He was born Joel Zimmerman, he wears giant mouse ears on stage, and he’s become a worldwide star. But how does he feel about his peers? Which teen drama TV show did he once appear on? And how did he get his name? Keep reading for the answers.
We asked a number of bands performing at SXSW 2013 to give us their list of "can't miss" acts for this year's event. Irish band Kodaline offered up the five choices shown below.