It’s not news that drugs are associated with certain music genres. But when EDM gained popularity at Syracuse University, the drug culture that came with it resulted in the normalization of taboo behavior.
Ke$ha, Trey Songz, and Drop City Yacht Club put the “party” in this year’s Block Party.
EDM artist Sound Remedy — Anthony Howell, in real life — keeps pushing himself as he climbs the EDM ranks.
Syracuse University’s Black Reign Step Team was featured on the cover of the new issue of 20 Watts, which drops tomorrow. Here’s a video of the team in action.
Indie rockers Atlas Genius’ first full-length album doesn’t back up the band’s head-turning EP.
Major Lazer’s sophomore album, Free the Universe, tries too hard to incorporate varying genres instead of sculpting a new fusion of its own.
Experimental rock outfit Dirty Projectors sparkled Sunday night, April 14, at the Westcott Theater.
Brooklyn rapper and former SU student gaVen heVy released the single ‘Crab Legs,’ part of his “INeverRapped2BCool’ movement.
Ballerina Black’s ‘Injureless (Blå)’ sits at the crossroads of synth music and punk.