Rarely do you find artists who speak as highly and fondly of their fans as the fans do of the artists they love. What truly stands out about Krewella is its love; love for its fans and love for music. With some of the most dedicated followers in electronic music, Krewella strives to reflect back to its fans the love, passion, and energy that is given to it.
Before dubstep in the UK, there was garage – a sound that's come back around in the last couple of years. Our pal Hatcha, dubstep don, has just given us an old skool garage mix of his to share with you lovely people – and pretty fresh it sounds too.
Dutch drum & bass trio Noisia have created the soundtrack for forthcoming gothic beat-em-up video game DmC: Devil May Cry.
Although they are better known for crafting screw-face basslines and intricate drum patterns for club kids the Noisia sound has always had a distinct soundtracking quality. DJ Mag met with the Nik, Martjin and Thijs from Noisia to find out about the project.
In a unique move for an EDM star, US dubstep don Skrillex has been imortalised in his own glitchy computer game, designed by Jason Oda.
Fans will be pleased to know that they can now listen to the EDM stars tracks as they tackle a virtual 8-bit world fighting 'glitches' along the way in a dubstep inspired, Legend of Zelda stylee.
The game is free, and definitely worth a look, regardless of your musical persuasions.
Check it HERE