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Flume and Diplo Join Countless Others in Charli XCX's Lusty "Boys" Video

The internet has a new face for flagrant sex-appeal and for once it isn’t a Kardashian. Charli XCX‘s new music video for “Boys” is turning the tables on hyper-sexual music videos with a refreshing flip genders. The voyeuristic video aligns with the female gaze and includes 60 (attractive) male celebrities in outlandish scenarios, arguably doing Continue reading Flume and Diplo Join Countless Others in Charli XCX's Lusty "Boys" Video

​Lollapalooza Rolls Out 2017 Lineup with Chance the Rapper, the Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire

We’re in full-blown festival announcement season now, and Lollapalooza is the latest major player to reveal their lineup for this summer’s event.   Topping the 2017 lineup are Chance the Rapper, the Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire, The xx, Lorde and Blink-182.   They’ll be joined on the bill by the likes DJ Snake, Justice, Alt-J, Continue reading ​Lollapalooza Rolls Out 2017 Lineup with Chance the Rapper, the Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire

​Osheaga Reveals 2017 Lineup with the Weeknd, Muse, Lorde

Osheaga has been teasing their 2017 lineup with a throwback memory game, but the guesswork is finally over, as organizers have revealed the ficial full lineup.   The Weeknd, Muse and Lorde will serve as the festival’s headliners this year. They’ll be joined by a stacked roster that also includes: Major Lazer, Alabama Shakes, Justice, Continue reading ​Osheaga Reveals 2017 Lineup with the Weeknd, Muse, Lorde

WayHome Reveals Official 2017 Lineup

Following a cryptic campaign that invited festivalgoers to guess WayHome’s 2017 lineup based on a series Polaroid photo clues, organizers have unveiled the ficial roster performing artists.   Frank Ocean, Imagine Dragons and Flume are set to deliver headlining sets on the main stage for the festival when it goes down from July 28 to 20 Continue reading WayHome Reveals Official 2017 Lineup

The Lost Kings release the new millennial anthem 'Phone Down'

LA’s Lost Kings have never confined their creativity. From producing anthemic remixes of Disclosure and Vance Joy to pop-laced originals like “Bad” and “You” to funky nu-disco remixes of G-Eazy and Rihanna, the pair have done the ground work in developing a well-rounded artist project. Making the jump from Holland’s Spinnin’ Records to the illustrious Continue reading The Lost Kings release the new millennial anthem 'Phone Down'