These days, synthpop and EDM (electronic dance music) are so popular that everybody wants a piece of the action. Lots of artists who started out in other genres have branched out into synthpop or EDM, reinventing their sound and sometimes changing their entire image.
Normally, a brand-new act with just two songs to its credit would not be considered a must-see act in a local club, let alone a major music festival like Ultra. But the rules change when that new act is Dog Blood, a partnership between EDM superstars Skrillex and Boys Noize.
Are you interested in expanding your wardrobe while helping the victims of Hurricane Sandy? Good news! A bevy of stars have donated a closet's worth of one-of-a-kind items to be sold off in fashion auctions for charity.
Cheer up, brokenhearted Skrellie fans! Skrillex and Ellie Goulding may not be dating anymore, but he promises they're still pals, and would love to collaborate with her again -- and as a token of proof, he's just posted an official video for 'Summit,' the song that started their union in and out of the studio.
What does a superstar artist do when seemingly the entire music world begins to copy his style? He leaves it behind. That's what dubstep-influenced EDM star Skrillex does on his new song, the appropriately-titled 'Leaving.'
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