Author: Miriam Gonzalez

After much anticipation, DeadMau5 is set to hit the stage in Gonzales, Texas on July 23-24 at Float Fest.  Before Canadian producer Joel Zimmerman rose to fame, he had always found an interest in video games and electronics since he was a kid. The start of his musical journey began when he was a teenager […]

With much anticipation, British artist Dua Lipa and the Future Nostalgia tour will be making a stop in our city.  From her start on YouTube at 14 and becoming a model at 16 to the women she is now — a three-time Grammy award winning and critically acclaimed singer/songwriter — it is apparent that no […]

FKA Twigs has dropped one of her greatest projects yet! It is a mixtape filled with elements that make up her true essence. Compared to her other projects, which tend to have a more ethereal and avant-garde feel to them, this album is playful and alluring. “Caprisongs” is about self love, friends, guidance, sex, and […]

Washington D.C. born artist Kelela started her journey with music in the fourth grade, when she learned to play the violin and sing. It wasn’t until she started going to the American University in 2001 where she started singing jazz at local cafés. This snowballed the Ethiopian artist’s music career, and was the beginning of […]

Up and coming DJ Blossom is taking over the stage at Freaky Deaky this year and you don’t want to miss out. The Arizona based DJ is known for mixing house music with a unique spin of UK house and bass. She first started her musical journey at the age of two when she learned […]

Singer, writer, and dancer Tinashe is coming back with a bang–but this time, it’s on her own terms. It’s very apparent that she is all about honing her craft after her split with The Stunners. She’s engulfed herself in her solo career, dropping hit after hit. After the split, she released her mixtape In Case […]

The House musician, AC Slater will be making his way to Houston on the 27th of March at Stereo Live! Emerging from the depths of the underground AC Slater has shifted the dance scene into new heights. Starting out in 2000 releasing happy hardcore and hard trance records on his label Pitched Up records.   […]

Colleges and Universities have played a big part in the success of many producers through out the US. Artists like Dillon Francis, Disclosure, and Grimes, went to college to later find out that they preferred music above all. Starting out as a student, majoring in finance at Washington University in St. Louis, Justin Blau realized […]

Beginning in Europe, EDM was introduced to the United States in the 1980’s, emerging through pirate radios, club culture and Raving. It gained attention through electro and Chicago house music. With a target on it’s back, the government and record label industry refused to have any ties with EDM because of its association with drugs. […]

Washington D.C. native singer/songwriter Ari Lennox was born a rebel child. She struggled in school with her behavior; always getting in trouble for rocking her own way. She constantly moved from school to school, where early on she realized that it wasn’t for her. Trying to find her path by filtering through different careers, she […]

Born in Ukraine and raised in Canada, Isabelle Rezazadeh is one of the few female DJs creating new sounds and paving different paths for female producers in the industry. As a golden gem in the EDM community, Rezz ignored labeling her sound and focused strictly on making music for expression and the experimentation of being […]

Photography by: Koury Angelo With a Puerto Rican soul and a Columbia groove, Nicky Jam is currently one of the top reggaeton artists of his caliber.

In the early 90’s, The Netherlands opened its doors to EDM, which became a big part of the Dutch music scene. Oliver Heldens is one of many DJ’s that have come from the Netherlands such as Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Don Diablo, and Hardwell. Around the age of 12, Oliver Heldens found an interest in electronic […]

Dillon Francis has been DJing since the Myspace era. His take on 90’s hip-hop has been his inception to the music world. Quickly gaining attention from EDM legend Diplo, together they released the track “Que Que”, which embraced the 110 bpm Moombahton subgenre – an EDM spin on Reggaetón.

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