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  • New Forum? Time to drop that cellphone and rethink concert-going

    New Forum? Time to drop that cellphone and rethink concert-going
    A stage, a sound system, musicians and a crowd. That's all you really need to put on a concert. Everything else — $12 beer, nachos, jumbo video screens, light show, 3-D glasses, VIP meet-and-greets, merch, vapor pen for your "medical marijuana" — is gravy. Even the $75-million renovation of the Los Angeles Forum isn't going to guarantee a good show.
  • 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...

    Second night of Electric Daisy Carnival thwarted by high winds

     
    Electric Daisy Carnival: Around 1 a.m. last night, Electric Daisy's promoters and public safety officials decided to send all festival-goers off the field and into the stands as a safety precaution.

    Afrojack and Richie Hawtin on electronic dance music

     
    Afrojack and Richie Hawtin offer distinct, and sometimes competing, visions of electronic dance music's storied past and promising future.

    Kaskade, Richie Hawtin and Swedish House Mafia debate EDM's future

     
    An artists panel at the electronic dance music conference EDMBiz dished on their introductions to dance music, the burdens of so much money sloshing around the scene, and how the arrival of attention is affecting the genre's artistry. The Times' August...