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TheFatRat On YouTube Copyright, Forthcoming Album, and Collaborating with K-Pop Star AleXa [Interview]

After initially writing and producing his latest single “Rule The World,” was actively searching for a vocalist for half a year. He wanted to recruit a person who could not only sing the song he envisioned in his mind, but also fit artistically.

R3HAB, SOFI TUKKER, Riot Ten, More Share Their Favorite Festival Memories [Exclusive]

While large-scale events and festivals are still on hiatus for the foreseeable future, memories are perhaps the most powerful things we have at the moment. Until we’re able to be reunited at a never-ending festival security line, EDM.com connected with some of the brightest in electronic music to share their favorite festival memories.

Founder of Women’s Initiative GRL GANG on Building a Community of Female Empowerment [Interview]

In 2018, Jeanette Kats had an idea to create a production workshop for female producers. As she spent more time thinking about the initiative, she became inspired to start a bigger group to connect music professionals from all facets of the industry.

ill.Gates Remixes Dead Kennedys’s Iconic ‘Nazi Punks Fuck Off,’ Uses Proceeds To Oppose Fascism [INTERVIEW] ” Electric Hawk

Donate to the ACLU here to keep up the fight for civil rights. “Nazi Punks Fuck Off” is the iconic 1981 single by punk band Dead Kennedys . It is notably considered one of the defining hardcore punk bands since its creation in 1978.

EDM.com Presents Synth Sisters: A Series Illuminating the Best New EDM by Women

There is so much talent within the electronic music community that it’s difficult to keep a finger on its pulse. To assist you on your music discovery journey, EDM.com’s monthly “Synth Sisters” series illuminates new releases from brilliant female producers of all genres and sizes with the hope of celebrating their contributions.

Who is VAMPA? | Artist To Watch

In a genre that moves at an alarming rate, the search for something and someone new is never-ending. The electronic music community desperately awaits for the next fad, trend, or talent to rise up for the sake of infatuating themselves with never being left behind.