DJ Konflikt's campaign has raised $9,000 for the winners of Red Bull's 3Style DJ Battle after the corporate giant decided it no longer needed to pay them.
$500 test pressings and cassette tape boxed sets are the sample fare for Discogs new "Discogs Exclusives" marketplace for high ticket and rare items.
A new documentary tells the story of Detroit Techno pioneers Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Eddie Fowlkes, Blake Baxter, and Santonio Echols.
Since Red Bull stopped paying cash prizes to winners of their 3Style contest, DJ Konflikt stepped forward to raise the funds himself.
Meme victim David Guetta (and his handlers) get put on blast after Nightline claim that he "brought house music to America" by pointing out that he bought Farley's records once.
Is this real life or a reboot of Spinal Tap?
"The largest rate increase in history": Songwriters and publishers are due to get an increase in their rate from Apple, Spotify, Pandora and others.
Ten time Grammy Award winner and funk icon Chaka Khan has come a long way.
A primer on the Japanese legal process and zero-tolerance drug laws in light of David Morales' arrest in Japan last week.
The legacy of Drug War hysteria is still claiming lives via the RAVE Act, a terrible law that has had even worse consequences. Sign the petition and maybe we can annoy Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer and the other sponsors of the RAVE Act to help change it.
One of the most influential musicians in history, Giorgio Moroder will appear with a live band at several dates in 2019. Donna Summer will appear on screen and in sync.
Chicago's popular nightclub The Mid will be closing its doors at 306 N. Halsted in February 2019 after nearly 9 years of bringing top EDM stars to the main stage as well as supporting the worldwide and Chicago underground.
Detroit Techno and Afrobeat collide as Jeff Mills recounts his rehearsals and jams with legendary percussionist Tony Allen to Rolling Stone.
Pressed by local residents, the Miami City Commission on Thursday rejected Ultra Music Festival's new 5 year contract. The vote was unanimous.
His lawyers also say Billy McFarland suffers from "severe alcohol abuse."