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Coco & Breezy – DJs, Producers, Entrepreneurs!

These girls are entrepreneurs!! Not only are they awesome DJs, producers, songwriters and dancers, but they have created their own huge eyewear line which has been worn by everyone from Rihanna to Lady Gaga to Prince! They talk about their vision for Coco & Breezy, incorporating their past professional dancing background into their music, working with Janelle Monae, getting advice from Beyonce, touring and more! 


DJs arrested in £200,000 iTunes scam

A group of DJs allegedly used stolen credit cards to buy their own songs on iTunes and Amazon, boosting their chart ratings and netting them nearly £200,000 in royalties. The nine musicians are believed to have provided 19 songs, described by police as of ‘indeterminate quality’, to a distribution company which uploaded them to the music websites. They then used 1,500 stolen or cloned US and British credit cards to buy almost £500,000-worth of the songs. As the tunes soared up the charts, more and more people bought them and the DJs even came to the attention of big record… Read more »


Oingo Boingo, Prince In The Mix As DJs Seek To Uplift

In the era of MP3s, CD-Rs, iPods and the ubiquitous mix-CD, everyone from Starbucks to your parents has tried their hand at the DJ game, often with perfectly positive results. But after four arduous days of hearing dance music permeate every sonic inch of the Winter Music Conference, this cultural development bolstered the status of every DJ – the real kind – that performed, laying plain the artistry of their craft. That said, the vast majority of WMC parties fell into the risk-free category of monochromatic, genre-based music, whether progressive house, tech-house or any other permutation in between. DJs who… Read more »


Moby, Danny Tenaglia, Other DJs Turn Out For NY Club Benefit

For some, the last two weeks have been a time when the role of music abruptly shifted from the indispensable rhythm of life to a frivolous, even annoying, specter of sound. It was, therefore, with great expectation mixed with a bit of trepidation that dance-music fans in the New York area received the news of the all-star DJ lineup – which included Moby, Danny Tenaglia, Little Louie Vega and David Morales – assembled for a fundraising event Tuesday at the nightclub Centro-Fly. The occasion was dreamed up on September 13 by the club’s owners, Tom Sisk and David Baxley, when… Read more »


NOAHFINNCE Announces UK Tour Dates With Taylor Acorn

On July 6, NOAHFINNCE took to an Instagram livestream to announce a thrilling fall headlining tour throughout the UK. Of course, he’s bringing along stellar guests including Taylor Acorn and UK-based indie-rockers South Arcade. The run kicks off on Tuesday, November 5 at Southampton’s Papillon and wraps up on November 13 at London’s famous Electric Ballroom. On Instagram, NOAHFINNCE shared, “[S]uuuuuper excited to do another headline tour of the UK, feels like it’s been so long since [I]’ve played a proper show for you guys! and this time [I] have an album that [I] can play you! [W]hat songs do… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 5

We are officially at the halfway point of our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024! In case you’ve missed any of our previous installments of the first 40 out of 100 artists you need to be listening to in the New Year, you can check them out here. While we’ll always have our tried and true artists and bands that we revisit time and time again—the emo trinity, anyone?—it’s always so exhilarating and rewarding to discover new music and fall in love with a sound that is entirely new to your ears. Besides, we could all… Read more »


How A R I Z O N A’s Nathan Esquite Went From Metalcore To Electro-Pop

After releasing their self-titled album this May, electro-pop trio A R I Z O N A have now released A R I Z O N A (R E M I X E D) on Fueled By Ramen. This new rendition of the album features remixes of all 12 tracks by rising and establishing EDM artists, such as T. Matthias, Alle Farben, Leondis…oh, and Bilmuri, who remixed “Dark Skies.” Wait… Bilmuri, the one-man post-hardcore project by Johnny Franck, formerly of Attack Attack!? The Bilmuri remix might come as a surprise to those not familiar with this bit of A R I… Read more »


Hawthorne Heights Will Headline Emo Block Party

There’s one last party in the Sunshine State this year, and it’s going to be pretty emo. Emo Social, run by Dashboard Confessional drummer Chris Kamrada, announced a packed line-up to grace the Florida lands. The event goes down on December 16 at Wall Street Plaza in Orlando, FL, and boasts an emo legend act and trending pop-punk and alternative artists. Ohio emos Hawthorne Heights are scheduled to headline the show. Supporting acts include 408, Capstan, “emo trash” FELICITY, Greyson Zane, and Twin Rova. Plus, there will also be guest DJs throughout the event. Hawthorne Heights recently wrapped their Emo… Read more »


Celebrating 10 Years Of idobi Radio’s Fish And Gone Fishkin

Cast your mind back a decade, and think about where you were and what you were doing. Well, for fans of idobi Radio and our charismatic host, Fish, we have the privilege of pinpointing that moment precisely. A decade ago, exactly to the day, Fish embarked on the maiden voyage of his idobi show, Gone Fishkin. What started as an internship with Gunz of The Gunz Show on idobi Radio has, in a remarkable decade of growth and passion, brought Fish to where he is today. In this exclusive interview with Fish to celebrate a decade (not entirely under the… Read more »


5 Best Halloween Movie Soundtracks To Play On Repeat This Holiday

Halloween is the time to put on your favorite spooky tracks or just play all the songs you love year-round for your normie friends. Of course, myriad instrumental songs are instantly recognizable and iconic, such as in the case of A24’s Talk To Me’s “Le Monde” by Richard Carter, taking over TikTok and Instagram Reels. Additionally, Michael Abels’ thrilling compositions brought Jordan Peele’s Get Out, Us, and Nope to life with rousing instrumentals, including “Pas de Deux” and “Preparing The Trap.” Of course, who could forget the goat, the OG, “The Master Of Horror,” himself, John Carpenter? The “Prince of… Read more »

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