Alfred Darlington, aka Daedelus, has been rocking the Cali scene with his Monome since the early days of Low End Theory. The DJ is constantly reinventing himself, to the delight of his cult following. Learn about the technology he uses and his first gigs in our interview.
Mashup kings Super Mash Bros went from college dorm sensations to playing Ultra and Electric Zoo seemingly overnight. Find out more about how they balanced college and music and the methods to their mashups in our exclusive interview with the trio.
Bart van der Meer, aka Bart B More, is a DJ who knows what sounds he likes–in fact, he only drops his own records at his shows. Learn more about the influence of techno, Boys Noize, and Laidback Luke on Bart’s music in our exclusive interview with this prolific artist.
Many EDM fans first got into the genre because of Armin van Buuren. His record-breaking four years atop the DJMag poll & tireless work ethic have made him one of the most influential figures in the history of EDM. We at LT3 are honored to present you this interview.
Who says 14 is too young to start a career? Dutch house/pop prodigy Erik Arbores began in Classical music, but quickly found his passion in the EDM realm, & already has the support of mega-label Armada. Read on to see what Erik had to say to us about the current state of pop.
San Francisco house master Max Vangeli skyrocketed to fame with the support of names like Steve Angello & Chris Lake. While preparing for the release of his upcoming album with musical partner AN21, he spoke with LT3 about the relationships that have defined his career.
Master of progressive Michael Woods has a knack for making festival showstoppers that retain a distinctly musical feel. Michael spoke with LT3 about his musical background, what he looks for in a label, & what he views to be the biggest stumbling block for new producers.
Trance stalwart Andre Tanneberger, aka ATB, currently sits at the #11 DJ spot after over two decades of making dance music. LessThan3 spoke with the legend about his long career, where he sees his sound going, and the importance of maintaining a connection with his fans.
One of the most popular electro acts in recent years, The Bloody Beetroots have left a unique mark on the live EDM experience with their raucous performances as Death Crew 77. LessThan3 chatted with Bob & Dennis about fashion, the difficulties of touring, and Warp 1.9.
Known for a festival-friendly sound, electro duo Felguk has developed a large fanbase inside & outside their home country of Brazil. Now, armed with a unique arsenal of songs, Felipe & Gustavo are on a quest to build a worldwide following. Read more in our exclusive interview.
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