EDM CEO's Bird-Flipping, Junk-Grabbing Photos Lead Analyst To Question His Sanity
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.
How One Company Is Pitching Electronic Music Culture To Wall Street
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.
Woman Who Died At Electric Zoo Festival Took Six Hits Of "Molly"
Olivia Rotondo, 20, and Jeffrey Russ, 23, a Syracuse University graduate from Rochester, died at the high-profile EDM music festival. Rotondo reportedly took six hits of Molly, a concentrated version of the drug MDMA. Four more were hospitalized, a 16-year-old was allegedly sexually assaulted, and 31 were arrested before the final day of the festival was canceled on Sunday.
Best Pics From This Year's Electric Zoo Festival
New York City's electronic music festival, Electric Zoo, recently had its second birthday. Again this year, hordes of ravers descended upon the festival clad in anything and everything in varying degrees of inebriation. What a party it was! Here are some of this year’s highlights.