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DEAD FRIDAYS: XXX RATED

V-DAY is fast approaching, and if you caught DEAD AIR BASS 011, you know that I want you to make it a dirty one. Instead of all the overpriced, lovey-dovey crap, pump these tunes, and get NASTY!

 

LARRY TEE FT. PEREZ HILTON -  MY PENIS (EDU K SCHLONG DONG SILVER REMIX)

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DEAD AIR BASS 011 (DIRTY VALENTINES SPECIAL) ((FEBRUARY 2014))

Instead of the usual lovey-dovey Hallmark holiday bull, I’m dropping a full hour of the dirtiest BOOTY music ever heard on DI.FM, or possibly anywhere. This is going to be the wildest DAB yet. NSFW, so hide ya kids, hide ya wife



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MUSEUM MONTHLY: Live Indie – A DJ’s Journey Away From Top 40

by VIVI DIAMOND of WAX MUSEUM

For many commercial DJs I know, the new Top 40 being released has become unbearable and even non-existent. After the explosion of EDM in the mainstream, music has seen a massive separation of styles. For most of the 6 years I’ve been djing…



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MUSEUM MONTHLY: HOW THE INTERNET SAVED DJING (IN TORONTO)

This monthly blog has become basically an outlet for me to complain about how everything has had a negative effect on music & djs, how people generally suck, how advertising has a terrible impact on the music industry, and how everything has become disposable, etc. etc. Today’s edition started out in a very similar way…

 

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Musuem Mondays: How Avicii Made Me Respect Him…And Subsequently Hate Him.

Its June of 2013, and I have had a long and tumultuous relationship with Avicii’s music. For two years we’ve all been stuck in the post ‘Levels’ phenomena, trying to accept how the song that DJs, from across genres applauded, became the theme song for the worst social movement of our time: the fist pumping…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: ICELANDIC INDIE MUSIC

Have you ever fallen asleep on a plane and woken up in a fairy tale? A inexplicable landscape, blanketed in breathtaking sights that seem extraterrestrial. Wax Museum had a once in a lifetime chance to experience this in Iceland in June of 2013 armed with a tiny rental car, a tent, and an opportunity to…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: THE INFLUENCE OF PHARRELL WILLIAMS ON TOP 40

What do Britney Spears, The Strokes, Wreckx-N-Effects, Nelly, Azealia Banks, Waka Flocka Flame and Daft Punk have in common? The answer is surprisingly,

 Pharrell Williams.

 

The multi-talented 13-time grammy nominated singer-songwriter, rapper and producer has done an impeccable job at bringing new sounds into the mainstream,…



HOW EDM AFFECTED THE DISPOSABLILITY OF TOP 40 MUSIC

Rewind to the 60′s, a time when the Beatles and the Beach Boy’s innocent anthems flooded the airways. A time when bands were still iconic based on the music they released, and fans lived or died by the genre that represented them. Fast forward to today,…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: CLASSIC GENRE MIXUP WITH DAVID GUETTA by Wax Museum

For this month’s instalment of Museum Mondays, Wax Museum decided to profile one of the DJ/Producers responsible for the surge in electronic influenced Top 40, David Guetta.

 

For a little history on Guetta, we can look back to 2002, when he released his first single that caught the…



MUSEUM MONDAYS: THE INFLUENCE OF DUBSTEP IN TOP 40 by Wax Museum

The Influence of Dubstep in Top 40

Now, a few year after the dubstep craze has come and almost gone, we’re going to assume you know what we’re talking about. When we first heard it we thought; no way is this going to make it into the mainstream…