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Avicii (music group)

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  • YouTube to launch subscription music service as soon as December

    YouTube to launch subscription music service as soon as December
    YouTube is poised to launch a subscription music service as soon as December, positioning it to compete with Spotify, Rdio and other digital offerings, according to people familiar with the matter. The Internet's dominant online video already is the...
  • The Head and the Heart opens up on 'Let's Be Still'

     The Head and the Heart opens up on 'Let's Be Still'
    Mumford & Sons have called it a day (for now) at the top of their game. Avicii is dropping bluegrass into his overcaffeinated EDM. Ed Sheeran is hanging out with Taylor Swift and One Direction. What the heck is going on with mainstream folk music today?...
  • This week's on-sales: The Eagles, Katy Perry and more

    This week's on-sales: The Eagles, Katy Perry and more
    A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses. The Forum The Eagles, Jan. 15, 17-18 (now); Justin Timberlake, Jan. 20 (Fri.) Hollywood Bowl Katy Perry’s Can We Survive -- Music for Life, Oct. 23; Avicii,...
  • Avicii to play Hollywood Bowl Nov. 9

    Avicii to play Hollywood Bowl Nov. 9
    Avicii has gone from being EDM's cautionary tale to the mega-star everyone initially suspected he might become. All it took was a little bluegrass. The Swedish producer, riding his latest hillbilly-dance-floor smash "Wake Me Up," has just announced a...
  • Album review: Kaskade's dreamy, orchestral 'Atmosphere'

    Album review: Kaskade's dreamy, orchestral 'Atmosphere'
    Since his most recent double-album “Fire & Ice,” Kaskade has become shorthand for the arrival of stadium-sized EDM shows in America. After a decade honing his pointedly emotional, populist sound, he was the first dance act to headline...
  • Calvin Harris is 2013's highest-paid DJ

    Calvin Harris is 2013's highest-paid DJ
    It turns out that creating disco is a really profitable venture. Scottish DJ and producer Calvin Harris has supplanted the Dutch titan Tiƫsto as the best-paid DJ in 2013, according to a new Forbes Magazine accounting. The superstar reportedly raked in...
  • Menswear Everywhere

    Menswear Everywhere
    As the demand for men’s fashions keeps growing, the number of great places for men to shop keeps growing too. Menswear is no longer limited to khakis, white shirts and brown oxford shoes. The 21st century man has sartorial taste. And in Las Vegas,...
  • 'Blurred Lines' tops Spotify streaming for seventh week

    'Blurred Lines' tops Spotify streaming for seventh week
    There's nothing ambiguous about it: Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," the smash summer hit that is now also the title of his new album, is dominating pretty much every metric. The song, featuring vocalists Pharrell Williams and T.I., has been most-...
  • Night Swim

    Night Swim
    If you’re looking to get away from the desert heat this summer, you won’t regret diving into Night Swim. A Sunday evening pool party held at XS inside Encore at the Wynn Las Vegas, the weekly shindig draws big names into the deejay booth...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Electric Daisy Carnival proves EDM fests need fresh moves

    Reporter's Notebook:  Electric Daisy Carnival proves EDM fests need fresh moves
    As long as there has been electronic dance music, there has been at least one dumb complaint about it — that all the music sounds the same. That's a tedious line, one usually said by rock snobs who proudly admit they don't listen to the stuff. But...
  • Electric Daisy Carnival hit by wind, but genre dances on

     
    Electric Daisy Carnival takes over Las Vegas with 90,000 dance music fans. On it's second night, it's partially shut down due to high winds. The Times' August Brown was there....