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For "Lose Yourself," a song from the new Apocalypse Soon EP, Diplo's Major Lazer project brought in help from the dance producer Moska and the be-suited, fauxhawked dancehall duo RDX. In the song's…   Read Story »
Diplo's been playing around with dancehall for years now, especially on the reggae-centric Major Lazer project, and now he's made a song with Sean Paul, a star who was crossing over to mainstream…   Read Story »
Diplo's Major Lazer project is devoted, more or less, to finding connections between dancehall reggae and urgent, big-room dance music, and the new track "Lose Yourself," which has nothing to do with…   Read Story »
Apocalypse Soon, the forthcoming EP from Diplo's dancehall-centric Major Lazer project, is packed with guest appearances from Caribbean stars like Sean Paul and Machel Montano. But first single…   Read Story »
"Sweat," a pounding collaboration with the Dutch producer Laidback Luke and the British rapper Ms. Dynamite, was one of the increasingly few tracks on Major Lazer's sophomore album Free The Universe…   Read Story »
Major Lazer have a rep for over-the-time, bright-colored wacky visuals, from their work with Eric Wareheim to their recent Robocop-referencing clip for "Scare Me." The video for "Jet Blue Jet"…   Read Story »
People who live in the Bay Area are lucky. Not only did they get to enjoy the incredible Outside Lands lineup, a month later they get a whole other festival in the form of Treasure Island. A ton of…   Read Story »
My sentimental favorite this week is SD's video for the "New World Order" remix, with Danny Brown, mostly because I can't ever imagine myself getting tired of seeing Danny Brown, drunk and shirtless,…   Read Story »
For Major Lazer's "Scare Me," the group enlists a live action version of the fictional character they're named after to stop a new missle that is going to be used by terrorist General Rubbish, who…   Read Story »
This week's top clips tended toward the brighter, flipper side of things. Because summer, probably! But before we dive into the quirk and laughs, there's a short filmic clip by a film director that…   Read Story »