It’s a punk rock call-to-arms, a record that resonates—violently—as a direct product of the times: contentious, combative, ideologically unwavering.
Two decades after EDC's debut, there's still nothing comparable.
"Jesus is love, and a place like this is full of everybody that loves each other. So what better place to bring Jesus?”
Just like on their albums, the set was peppered with brief interludes of classic breaks and pocket-sized bits of flavor.
From house legend Armand Van Helden to EDM superstars Axwell and Ingrosso to ambient house upstart Tycho, Saturday night told the musical story of the ...
“We should be college students, but we just work and go to festivals.”
EDC’s sights and sounds are overwhelming and beautiful. One partier’s totem reads: “Welcome home.”
Highlights and downsides include the new log ride, Kaskade, the flaming bug and—surprise!—the parking.
Was it worth it? Absolutely, for space-eating post-rock, noisy shoegaze and bouncy cuts reminiscent of late-’70s British post-punk.
The founder of Insomniac discussed his humble beginnings promoting raves in LA, EDC's move to Vegas and more.
Chad Craig heads up sound, lighting and props for what's being called a pop-up rave at this weekend's festival.
“Everything about Las Vegas feels like the strangest synthetic rainforest drug I’ve ever taken.”
Also: British comedy troupe Monty Python founders John Cleese and Eric Idle's show at the Venetian.
Around half the songs on the album still end up in the mushy mid-tempo middle ground that has been the Chili Peppers’ standard mode for ...
Plus, Dear Friend Time makes a rare appearance and Rabid Young readies a new EP.