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At the American Music Awards last Sunday, Miley Cyrus performed in front of a computer-generated kitten that lip-synced in
Skrillex is set to headline a slate of superstar DJs in Vancouver for the second-ever Contact Festival, to be held at BC
We've come along way since 2010, when DJ Times magazine's fan-voted America's Best DJ competition took a credibility hit
Most of the professional difficulties that Ian Campeau (AKA Deejay NDN) of First Nations DJ crew A Tribe Called Red faces
The most recent online sensation created by dimwits with access to cameras is the Harlem Shake meme. However, the name of the meme has recently become a topic of discussion and controversy for some, particularly after a group of Harlemites responded to the new Harlem Shake meme in a video released last week. Arguably, the Harlem Shake meme is a form of cultural appropriation in that it is the popular use (and misuse) of a cultural artifact to black culture by a predominantly white crowd. Most importantly, this new Harlem Shake has already began to eradicate the original Harlem Shake from popular culture online.