Infected Mushroom Likes "to Throw Genres Out of the Window"

Infected Mushroom has been a huge name in dance music since before EDM was a term, let alone en vogue.

After more than a decade on the scene, they've had to trade in their giant analog studios for laptops on the road, but they've also signed to hip L.A. label, Dim Mak, and are crossing the country on their most ambitiously produced tour to date, the Fungusamongus tour.

They've managed to maintain relevancy in one of music's most fickle genres, and in America, the country hardest to please. That begs the question of how.

"I think two facts," original member Duvdev said answering this question. "One fact is that we keep on changing, not sticking to one sound, being the same and repeat all over again. And the second is liking the dance floor. We see what works and adapt ourselves to the new generation."

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.