Why is a music company so eager to make musicians poor? Spotify is taking songwriters to court and claws back millions in "overpaid" royalties.
Ronen Dahan, also known as DJ Perplex, was on a tour of Mexico when gunmen opened fire at a club in San Luis Potosi in Mexico.
An abandoned storage locker held thousands of Sigma Sound Studio tapes, now being preserved and restored by Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Timmy Regisford and Soul Clap mixes, Bonobo on Outlier, A Man Called Adam, Toy Tonics, James "Jack Rabbit" Martin and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag. Members Only.
MN2S has announced the launch of a new global event series inspired by the legendary New York City discotheque, Studio 54.
Duane Powell mixes every Friday at the first DJ booth inside a train station in the nation, and the Tribune brought us there.
Set "back in the day when Black and Latino dance crews set such legendary local juice bars like Medusa's on fire with their dance moves," "Back In The Day" opens June 19 at the Chopin Theater in Chicago.
Marshall Jefferson tagged us in a post bringing the news that Derrick Harris aka Sleezy D has died of kidney failure.
Just steps from the church where the late Frankie Knuckles was memorialized, the Chicago White Sox will commemorate Disco Demolition Night this Thursday.
A company being sued in a $150 million copyright infringement case has filed to go public. Music publishers including Ultra Music allege Peloton used more than 1,000 songs without licenses.
Bonobo takes his OUTLIER concept on a tour of outdoor venues throughout North America with shows in Denver, Chicago, Montreal, San Francisco and Brooklyn this summer.
A motorcycle accident in Amsterdam left Lars from Detroit Swindle with two broken jaws and a broken palate.
The new Moogseum showcases theremins, Moogs and artifacts of the dawn of the synthesizer age on permanent display in Asheville, North Carolina.