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Music retailing giant Guitar Center is reportedly discussing bankruptcy with creditors after missing a key interest payment.
Friends and family will pay their respects to the DJ International co-founder Benji Espinoza this Wednesday and Thursday in Berwyn.
Billy McFarland's attorney alleges he was sent to solitary confinement for recording a podcast called "Dumpster Fyre."
Video giant Zoom introduces paid ticketing and other online tools for users in the US. And they aren't charging a fee for it.
Getting deep in the new issue with The Reflex, Michael Zuker, Amy Douglas, James Duncan, Shamrock Guitor and more.
The project in tribute to legendary artist Keith Haring's mantra that "art is for everyone."
COVID-19 cancellations are now extending into the winter as Art Basel Miami's organizers cite coronavirus, travel restrictions and general uncertainty in canceling the December 2020 Art Basel Miami event.
In shocking news, house music DJ and producer Erick Morillo was found dead by police this morning in Miami Beach.
Phenomenal Handclap Band, Boddhi Satva, Milly James + more inside the new issue of 5 Mag, out now.
"Living The Life" is a devastating new collaboration between Detroit dynamo DJ Minx with the one and only Lady C.
Erick Morillo was arrested following an eight month investigation after a fellow DJ has accused Erick Morillo of sexual battery following a private party in December.
Vinyl only: Detroit techno pioneer James Pennington returns with Suburban Knight EP this September.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is on the warpath after footage emerged of an illicit rave held Saturday night under the Kosciuszko Bridge in Brooklyn.
Detroit's Charivari festival will now stream 24 hours a day through August 15 2020.
Bandcamp is extending their fee-free "Bandcamp Fridays" concept to the 1st Friday of every month until the end of 2020.
Watch Love Me Like You Should: The Brave and Bold Sylvester streaming now.
Contact your congresspeople and urge them to support the Save Our Stages Act, introduced on Wednesday July 22 in the US Senate.
Jim Daley of Chicago's South Side Weekly has composed a crossword puzzle with clues themes from Chicago House Music history.
Hugh Cleal will carry on with the Golf Clap name and Country Club Disco label after a split with Bryan Jones.
The voice of house music from 1987's sermon "My House" by Rhythm Controll writes and sings on a new track with UK producer Lempo, coming in August 2020.