The news of Taylor Swift’s newest relationship was as shocking to us as it was to her most recent ex-boyfriend, Adam “Calvin Harris” Wiles. It’s being reported that the gym-loving DJ “did not know Taylor and Tom [Hiddleston] were together” until photos of them posing for cameras on a beach were published by The Sun.
Paris Hilton, whose middle name is “I’m actually really shy,” would like for the world to know more things about her via a documentary about herself that, for the record, will be 100 percent real and 100 percent “unflinching.”
Some bro named DJ Justin James has come under fire for posting an extremely sexist call for women DJs, specifying not their style of music nor even what equipment they use, but their height, weight, and photograph. To add insult to injury, he posted his request in a Facebook group called “Support FEMALE DJs.”
When I was a young Jewess, the world was a place that was still unkind to my people. Jews were allowed to be comedians, doctors, financial advisors, deli owners... But house DJs? Haha, forget about it.
Ansel Elgort, movie star and known sex-haver, is adding another job listing to his LinkedIn profile: professional DJ. The multitalented 21-year-old has been signed by Island Records, where he will dive “deeper into dance music” under the name DJ Ansolo.
A woman won a lawsuit filed against a radio station who publicly misidentified her as an adult film star.
The babies of Brooklyn continue to push the boundaries of precocity: Check this short video from Vice (via Hypervocal), which offers a peek at the borough's baby DJ school, which is very real. Hold your hipster jokes, though! "It's totally not hip," insists Natalie Elizabeth Weiss, the DJ and composer who runs the…
Ok, folks. It's been a good run. Pack it on up. There's no use trying to accomplish anything else as a human species. Dubstep Cat is the apex of billions of years of evolution and innovation and thousands of years of human creativity, and after this, we should all go home and congratulate ourselves.
At first glance, Girlcore may seem like nothing more than a bunch of Lindsay Lohan-wannabees partying it up in London and Paris. And that is part of the story. But they're also a female collective, dedicated to promoting talented women.
Have you heard about this new trend for "personal music stylists" who customize "domestic soundtracks" for rich people's homes? These guys go to their clients' houses (presumably professionally decorated), look at their personal photos, and go though their preexisting music to get a sense of the desired ambiance —…