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Day In the Life of Diplo

Take an inside look into the wonderful world of Diplo.

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Pandora And Uber Partner To Bring Music To Drivers


Pandora will sit alongside the Spotify integration, giving Uber drivers and passengers more options…

Today, it has been announced that the online radio station, Pandora has joined forces with the taxi service, Uber to bring drivers and passengers a varied music listening experience.

From today, the program will be available for all Uber drivers in the countries in which Pandora operates – U.S., Australia and New Zealand. The service will also be ad-free for the first six months.

For Uber, the partnership allows all drivers to access the music service whilst inside the Uber app, which makes accessing music simple and stress-free. The partnership also presents a new feature and benefit for the company to offer its drivers.

For Pandora, it gives the company more exposure, which is important for the company, especially at a time when the competition is heating up between music streaming services. Also, throughout the partnership Pandora will retain the listening habits of the Uber drivers during their trips, which may present some valuable information for the company.

Uber’s partnership with Pandora presents some differing benefits to its integration with Spotify. The main difference is that in order to access Spotify the driver has to come out of their Uber app. At this point, the driver generally hands their phone to the passenger to choose from Spotify’s catalog. Whereas, with the Pandora integration, the driver can access the music service whilst inside the app so it gives the driver more options.

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10 Must-Hear Live Sets From EDC Las Vegas 2016


Now that the glitter of EDC Las Vegas has settled, it’s time to relive it all over again. Thanks to a handful of good samaritans across the globe, nearly every VIP edit, droolworthy ID, and unbelievable new release is available for streaming. Here are some of the greatest moments from this weekend’s festivities in no particular order.

1. Duke Dumont

2. Jauz

3. Kaskade

4. Eric Prydz

5. Deorro

6. Dr Fresch and SNBRN’s b2b

7. Armin Van Buuren

8. Dusky

9. Tiësto

10. Tycho’s Sunrise Set

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EDC Las Vegas Will Be Streamed Live Via Facebook and YouTube


For electronic music revelers unable to attend Las Vegas’ flagship festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, the three-day affair plans to stream a number of live sets via Facebook Live. The live stream, powered by Smirnoff, will feature a handful of EDC’s most popular artists across eight stages between 11:30pm and 8:30am EST, though an official lineup has yet to be released.

Facebook Live was unveiled earlier this year to help users – both businesses and individuals – connect with their friends and audiences in real time. Live is available to smartphone users and can be used in a multitude of ways, such as broadcasting events or for personal use to give friends a glimpse of your favorite moments.

In addition to artist sets, EDC will stream behind-the-scenes interviews and wedding ceremonies taking place at the festival’s chapels. The live stream will also be viewable via YouTube.

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DJ AM Documentary is NOW Available Digitally on Demand

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The DJ AM documentary “As I AM: The Life & Times of DJ AM” is NOW AVAILABLE digitally on iTunes as well as other VOD outlets. The film currently has a 100% perfect score from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and with good reason! It’s an excellent look at Adam Goldstein’s life as a DJ struggling with addiction & trauma.

Watch the trailer below…

Now available on iTunes & Amazon

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