But are Americans having more fun?
Yesterday is history. Today is a gift. Tomorrow is mystery.
Show us what you got when the beat drops!
The CEO of SFX Entertainment, which went public in October, was caught on camera earlier this week leaving a plane flicking off photographers and grabbing his private parts. An analyst questioned his sanity on a conference call yesterday.
Don’t you worry child, SHM has got a plan for you.
If you danced to “Wake Me Up!”, “Stay The Night,” or “Animals” this year, you’ll definitely be adding these songs to your clubbin’ playlist.
I mean, let’s be real: If random gibberish could make noise it’d sound like dubstep.
SFX Entertainment, which says it’s the biggest producer of live events and content focused on electronic music culture, plans to go public in about a week. The company says the electronic dance music industry will be worth $4.5 billion this year.
Female DJs are a rare breed in the electronic dance music world. Meet the twin sisters who are trying to change that, one hit at a time.