Buku 2017 Features Deadmau5, Travis Scott, Zeds Dead, Young Thug

Deadmau5, Travis Scott, Zeds Dead, Young Thug, Zhu, Tycho, Jauz, 21 Savage and Sleigh Bells are among the artists who’ll perform at the BUKU Music and Art Project March 10 and 11 at Mardi Gras World. Last year, BUKU focused on its core constituency—the electronic dance music audience—and had its strongest year yet.

Marshmello Keeps It Mello

Marshmello hides his identity on and off the stage. In public, he always wears a white marshmallow-shaped helmet to hide his face, much like Daft Punk or Deadmau5 do during their performances. He also wears all white from head to toe to better resemble an actual marshmallow. The surface of his white marshmallow-shaped helmet is covered with LED lights, which extends the light show to his head! The elements of mystery and 'cuteness' of the marshmallow costume made is meteoric rise viral.

Last Night: Andrew Bayer and Ilan Bluestone Live Anjunabeats' Unity Message

[Updated] Friday night, Anjunabeats artists Andrew Bayer and Ilan Bluestone did not play a traditional back-to-back set at the Metropolitan. They did in Amsterdam earlier this fall, but on the weekend each of them joined the other on stage for a large portion of the show. They broke down the usual opener/headliner hierarchy and performed as two friends jamming out and having fun with the opportunity to share the music they love.

Win Tickets to See Bro Safari

EDM is a descriptor like “rock”—right, but so broad that when applied to electronic dance music, it says almost nothing. For Bro Safari, it’s more or less accurate. The veteran DJ/producer recently released “Reality,” and its verse and hook sung airily by Sarah Hudson are pure pop, but right at the point that you expect the song to take off ecstatically, the bottom drops out and face-melting bass turns the dance floor into a neon swamp.

Last Week: Flume's Skin Tour Gives New Orleans Goosebumps

On Wednesday night, two of Australia's best electronic music producers came together at the Orpheum theater. Hermitude served as support for Flume's Skin album tour this fall. Hermitude played a roller coaster of an opening set. As their performance gained momentum, it set the positive tone that lasted for the rest of the night. They mixed the instrumental track "Ukiyo" from their latest album Dark Night, Sweet Light with pop single "Work" by Rihanna, which gave "Work" a smoother beat.

The Road to Hermitude's Dark Night

[Updated] Australia has one of the smallest populations of any continent in the world, but it is home to musicians who have hit the industry in a major way--AC/DC most famously, but also Flume, Knife Party, Tame Impala and Hermitude, who will open for Flume Wednesday night at The Orpheum. Hermitude's Luke Dubber and Angus Stuart are known professionally as Luke Dubs and El Gusto respectively, and Dubs jokes that Australian artists are so hot that

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