This news comes in only days after the Space Jesus news. A washing machine seems to have had enough with staying quiet and is taking a handful of dubstep producers to court. The washing machine claims that its sounds have been used for samples countless times and its never been compensated for any of the success it may have given from those samples. Lawyers from the firm ‘We taking your ass to court’ have offered to give their services for free and are proud to represent the washing machine in court.
The lawsuit includes royalties made along with partial rights to any successful track with any sound from a washing machine in it… In this case this would be the majority of dubstep ever made dating back to 2008. As we look at it this might be the biggest case in US history.
Cops throughout the US are doing everything in their power to prove their loyalty to the American public. Currently cops have a promotion going on that allows those unsure of their drugs who don’t own test kits to come in to local police stations to have proper testing done by the authorities. By doing this cops hope they keep the users and streets safe. There are no hidden fees and this will be done for free.
Below you’ll find a post about a concerned police department offering its testing services:
Till this day I’ve never witnessed a party I’ve been to published in any book. I’m getting a bit annoyed at this point, especially when told “this party is one for the books”. Promoters are definitely the ones to blame for this, especially for over using the popular phrase to hype up parties with low potential. Many of us lightweights never seem to hang and end up blacked out somewhere and for this reason we look forward to this book which was mentioned, recapping the party. It would be kind of dope to have a narrative on how I made a fool of myself and became another internet meme.
Head bangers you’ve been warned that excessive head banging could lead to fatal injuries. Dr. Thomas who’s a spine doctor at Jackson memorial hospital in Miami, FL has been covering this topic for the last 5 years by attending music festivals and studying head bangers. Dr. Thomas explains that fast constant whip lashing can cause the head to detach itself from the neck.
While working on a permanent fix, Dr. Thomas has developed a neck brace to be worn at music events where head banging activity is most probable. Dr. Thomas is also going as far as getting the law involved. Miami the first of many cities has passed a law that anyone including DJ’s who promote head banging will be charged with attempted murder.
Miami hopes that other cities with heavy bass influence follows in its footsteps to save as many young live as possible.
It’s been about 3 years now since DJ Khaled got booed off stage at EDCLV. Since that fateful night DJ Khaled has been suffering from PTSD and has gone through treatment to face his new fears of stage fright. It’s common after a traumatic event like DJ Khaled went through to develop symptoms associated with PTSD. In his case he’s faced many sleepless nights due to nightmares and flashbacks that lead back to that hot summer night.
‘We the best music’ still ain’t feeling his best and little by little life for Mr.Khaled is becoming normal. When asked if he’ll ever do anything related to EDM he said “once was enough”. DJ Khaled complains that he can still hear the booing, but know it’s only his imagination.
Here’s a video from that night which gave DJ Khaled PTSD
David Guetta has done a lot for great causes including his 2 live stream performances in Miami and NYC, which were to raise money to fight COVID 19. With good deeds you’d expect good karma, but recently David Guetta was told to use some of the funds raised for a few DJ lessons. The lessons in proper mixing would be the actual giving back to the community said an anonymous person who donated money during one of his live Stream performances.
Seems a few people who donated were in on the idea. This definitely took David Guetta by surprised. When asked if he was offended by it he had this to say, “I love my fans”. The French producer will do whatever it takes to keep his fan base intact and not lose any of it to his French rival Martin Garrix.
Everyone including EDM´s greatest is feeling the lockdown in a financial way. OnlyFans best known for videos and images of young naked people has offered a safe space where DJ´s can charge a premium for pre recorded “live” sets. The CEO of OnlyFans, Timothy Stokely see’s this as a rebranding opportunity.
Since the sites launch in 2016, it’s become a very popular site just over the last year. With the major boost in popularity it’s also gained a reputation it doesn’t want, says CEO Timothy Stokely. “We don’t want to be known for being a premium must pay cock tease. We’ve sadly become another porn site and this was never the plan” said the CEO.
By bringing in well known talents, which would include EDM DJ’s with loyal fanbases OnlyFans will plan to rebrand off of this. Incentives for getting something like this started will include zero fees to these particular new accounts.
A huge congrats to a music festival in India known as Sunburn for breaking the record for the largest cock fest anyone on earth has ever seen. What was first mistaken for as a gay pride gathering turned out to be an EDM festival where LED lights lit the night skies. On scene were the judges from Guinness World Records to witness the phenomenon and compare it to other large gatherings from the past where men were mostly present.
Without a doubt Sunburn won with no mercy in its heart and deemed the largest cock fest in the world. Awarded with an official certificate from Guinness, India definitely has bragging rights and a new title it holds proudly.
It’s inconvenient when you’re in the porta potty trying to prep yourself for a day of festivities and someone comes knocking because they have to pee and you’re taking too long. Music festivals have been aware of the issue and have had the time to plan and make adjustments during this pandemic. Organizers from different music festivals across North America were able to get together and discuss a better way of separating those who need to do number 1 and 2 to those who are enhancing their festival experience.
Organizers agree that adding an extra 10 to 20 porta potties solely for recreational activities, which would be located next to a medic tent would be a great indicator to medical staff that someone’s going to be on a whole new level. With these new modified changes music festivals now encourage you to do as much recreational activity as you’d like in their new designated areas.