Lady Starlight Talks Techno, Live Performances, & Touring with Lady Gaga


For anyone who’s caught one of the shows from Lady Gaga’s intercontinental artRave: The ARTPOP Ball tour this year, Lady Starlight’s percussive-heavy techno performances will be instantly familiar. The New York City-based DJ/producer has been a close creative partner for Gaga since their ...

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Chauvet’s NEXUS Delivers Last Minute SXSW Lighting for Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga Performs On The Doritos #BoldStage In An Exclusive Performance Benefitting Her Born This Way Foundation

Lady Gaga’s vomit-filled performance at Austin, TX’s South By Southwest festival on March 13 generated a cavalcade of headlines, but behind-the-scenes, an eleventh-hour venue switch left stage production scrambling until the decision to use Chauvet Professional’s NEXUS saved the day. The singer ...

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DJ White Shadow: Lady Gaga’s Go-To Guy


As a Writer/Producer for Lady Gaga Since 2011, DJ White Shadow Has Been Living the Dream. Just Call Him Music’s Latest 20-Year Overnight Success. You may not realize it, but DJ White Shadow has been all over the airwaves since 2011. After a chance encounter with Lady Gaga in an L.A. club he was ...

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Madeon & DJ White Shadow to Perform at Lady Gaga’s artRAVE in NYC


Lady Gaga will be celebrating the release of her new album ARTPOP with an album release party in New York City this Sunday featuring performances from DJ White Shadow and Madeon. The event—titled artRAVE—has been two years in the making, and will include a custom stage filled with ...

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DJ White Shadow Releases Explosive ‘Fear’ Video & Gears Up for EP Trilogy

After having worked his way up through the Detroit party scene over the years, DJ White Shadow came to prominence in 2010 after being hand-selected by Lady Gaga to help produce 9 tracks for her third album Born This Way. Since then, he’s released the I’m Killing Me EP, toured the US as part ...

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In The Studio With Zedd: Going for Clarity


Like much of L.A., Anton Zaslavski gets a lot of his work done from behind a computer, while blissfully sipping a soy iced chai latte from Starbucks. But these days, things are moving a little faster for the Russian-born/German-bred producer (aka Zedd). From remixing Skrillex to traveling with ...

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News: Deadmau5's Beats, MTV's Meat

The buzz surrounding Lady Gaga and her meat dress at last night’s MTV VMA Awards has yet to subside–and we’re frankly surprised that no one has made a fuss about our blazer made of whole wheat pizza–but we have taken a shine to the fact that Deadmau5 rocked the show. As ...

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Can Chicago House Music Fill Iconic Hole?

With the announcement that Chicago Mayor Richard Daley is vacating office after his term ends, Chicago is flagellating in a potential political vacuum, wondering how they’re going to fill such an iconic hole—after all, Daley has held office since 1989, when Chicago house music was just entering ...

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Top 5 All-Time Digital Downloads (two have performed at DJ Expo)

Of the Top 5 digital downloads in the history of recorded music, two have made appearances at the DJ Expo. 1. The Black Eyed Peas: “I Gotta Feeling,” 6,049,000. #1 for 14 weeks, beginning in July 2009. 2. Flo Rida featuring T-Pain, “Low,” 5,640,000. This rap smash was #1 ...

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Yum: Promo Only Party @ DJ Expo

It was 20 years ago today, or 20 years ago this summer, anyway, when the International DJ Expo made its first appearance. Since then, a phalanx of hit-makers—from C+C Music Factory to Lady Gaga—have graced the stage, offering Expo attendees a peak into what they’d be playing at future gigs. ...

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DJ Expo will Catapult your Career—like Lady Gaga's

We’ll make the claim, sure, and shamelessly so. When Lady Gaga performed at the DJ Expo in 2008 at the House of Blues—brought at the insistence of Akon—she was a fixture on New York’s Lower East Side nightlife, but nowhere else. Her first album hadn’t dropped yet. ...

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At the Alamo, Lady Gaga is No-No

Err, Houston—DJ Olyn Taylor has a problem.  He loves Lady Gaga as much as anyone, especially the new video for “Telephone,” but arty skin-flick music videos stand as much chance of acceptance in Texas grade-school events as, say, Death Row prison porn, or a blow-up image of Ozzy Osbourne ...

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