The 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards are coming up this Sunday, June 16, and will air on Fuse at 9PM ET. In order to get you excited for the upcoming broadcast, which will feature live performances from artists like Cody Simpson, Demi Lovato and Ed Sheeran, we want to know which group you're rooting for to win the coveted International Video of the Year trophy.
The 2013 Teen Choice Awards are getting closer and closer, and there are tons of talented recording artists nominated this year. In the newly instated Choice EDM Artist category, which the Teen Choice Awards began including in 2012, it's going to be quite the race, as six of the genre's hugest acts are in the running for the 2013 award.
Swedish House Mafia is an example of an act whose name perfectly describes the group. The trio, consisting of Swedes Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Axwell, got together in the early 2000s to play house music and grew to become one of EDM’s most successful artists.
Swedish House Mafia's live swan song is the Ultra Music Festival. We know, boo hoo. The trio is going out on top and delivered a ferocious set as the finale of the first weekend of the UMF. They came, they raved, they loved.
If there’s one artist at Ultra that most qualifies as “must-see,” it’s Swedish House Mafia, whose lengthy farewell tour finally concludes here at the Miami festival.
The trio will perform on March 15, the opening night of the first weekend, then close out the whole shindig with another set on March 24 that will be the final Swedish House Mafia concert ever, as they disband the group at the height
This weekend's Top 20 countdown features (almost) back-to back Bruno Mars and a new tune from Mumford & Sons. While the Grammy-winning folk band are making their way up the charts to No. 20, Mr. Mars is kickin' back at No. 8 and No. 6 with 'When I Was Your Man' and 'Locked Out of Heaven.'
The Jonas Brothers were back in a big way at the Vina Del Mar Festival in Chile. Playing to a crowd of 80,000 fans and receiving numerous awards (based on audience cheers), it was as if they'd never left. While they didn't play new tracks, they did a fun cover of Swedish House Mafia's hit 'Don't You Worry Child.'
They've been called "the best-known elementary-school chorus on the planet," and they've performed with everyone from Katy Perry to Common, but the adorably harmonizing kids of New York's PS22 Chorus are probably always going to be best known for their YouTube covers of other artists' hits -- and they've done it again with their version of Swedish House Mafia's latest (and presumably fin