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Skrillex’s Music Can be Used as Mosquito Repellent, Study Finds
Researchers observed mosquitoes sucked less blood and had less sex when exposed to the song 'Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.'
Dive Into ‘Kingdom Hearts’ With Skrillex and Hikaru Utada’s "Face My Fears"
While we’re at it, can someone please explain to me what’s going on in this game?
Ty Dolla $ign Indicted on Felony Drug Charges, Facing 15 Years in Prison
The indictment stems from the rapper's arrest in Atlanta, Georgia, in September.
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A Skrillex Remix Turns Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode" Into a Twisted Epic
The Drake-featuring single is currently sitting at number two on the Billboard charts. This flip could send it to the stratosphere.
The Re-Re-Re-Re-Reinvention of Ryan Hemsworth
Canada’s golden boy DJ opens up on his forthcoming album, his evolving identity, and cultivating a sense of celebrity within different cultures.
EDM Got Sad and Anxious in 2017, Just Like Everything Else
New music from festival headliners—Porter Robinson, Skrillex—and more underground producers—Mija, Shawn Wasabi—prove the ecstatic genre’s at its best when it’s allowed to feel.
Skrillex's New Kendrick Lamar Remix Is Like Getting Run Over, in a Good Way
The "HUMBLE." flip features foundation-rattling horns, dizzy breakbeats, and, yes, lots of drops,
Skrillex Is Pop Music's Best Collaborator
Recent singles with Wale, Ty Dolla $ign and more demonstrate that Sonny Moore has become even more effective at helping his friends than as a dubstep destroyer.
Here's Ty Dolla $ign, Skrillex, and Damian Marley's New Song, "So Am I"
I blame Skrillex.
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Can Dubstep’s Legacy Be Rescued from the Fart Chamber of History?
Looking back at three seminal compilations, it's possible to imagine a world where the genre stuck to its roots and avoided the bros.
Tyler, the Creator Tours the Converse Factory on 'NUTS + BOLTS'
Then stick around for the latest episodes of 'WHAT WOULD DIPLO DO?' and 'KING OF THE ROAD.'
Why Spotify Lowered the Volume of Songs and Ended Hegemonic Loudness
Your ears will appreciate the end of the "Loudness Wars."