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  • Trance
  • EDM
  • Electronic

Dreamstate SoCal 2021

The National Orange Show NOS Event Center
0:00 - 0:00
  • Grum

    Glasgow, United Kingdom
    • Dance
    • EDM
    • Electronic
  • HALIENE

    Rising from the world of trance and melodic dubstep, HALIENE is defining a new type of artist. Her angelic voice soars through the noise, capturing millions of hearts with her profound lyrics and heavenly melodies. With collaborations spread across the who’s-who of the DJ world with the likes of Armin van Buuren, Markus Schultz, Seven Lions, Tritonal, Illenium, Morgan Page, and singles topping the charts from Billboard to Beatport, she’s become dance music’s newest superstar — and she’s just getting started. HALIENE is so much more than just a vocalist, she is the female artist the world of EDM has been waiting for.
    Los Angeles, United States of America
  • NIFRA

    Europe
  • Ace Ventura

    Ace Ventura is one of the leading and busiest DJs & artists on the progressive and psytrance scene. His music has been rocking the dancefloors, and he has been touring constantly all over the globe playing in every possible venue and headlining all major festivals. He is well known for his highly popular mixes, and his extra-long DJ sets, and involved in four other highly successful projects: Alpha portal (with Astrix), Easy riders (with Rocky Tilbor), Liquid Ace (with Liquid soul) and Zentura (with Zen mechanics). Together with Liquid Soul he also founded Psy-Nation, a global Psytrance travelling party line, and Psy-Nation Radio, a monthly Psytrance music & culture podcast & radio show.
    • Psytrance
  • ACRAZE

    Europe
  • AC SLATER

    The King of Heavy Bass House in America,Ac Slater has begun a lengthy career for himself with his “Night Bass” sound by fusing elements of house music with the dirty basslines of UK garage and sprinkles of old-school rave synths and breaks.,AC Slater’s career kicked off with a bang in 2008, with his seminal remix of “Turn the Music Up” on Trouble & Bass becoming an instant anthem. Moby listed it as one of the best 10 tracks of the decade, declaring it a “perfect song.” AC has collaborated with influential underground artists such as Nina Sky all the way to chart toppers like Far East Movement, and has done official remixes for the likes of Big Sean, Moby, Robin S. and many more. A quick look at Slater’s Beatport page reveals well over 100 tracks and remixes over the last five years, including his best-selling Jack Got Jacked EP, a blatant declaration of the invasion of house music by all things bass (and the start of a lengthy friendship with Jack Beats).,Fast forward to the present, AC has toured the globe several times and his tunes have been played at every major festival and club in the world by DJs including Skrillex, Diplo and so many more. Slater’s tunes and guest mixes can regularly be heard on major radio stations across the world, including the UK’s BBC Radio 1 and Rinse FM and Australia’s Triple J. His crew Trouble & Bass and his own record label Party Like Us continue to release some of the most groundbreaking and forward-thinking bass-heavy dance music in the underground.
    • House
  • Adin

    ADIN, spearheads the forefront of a flurry of talented techno producers to come out of the Netherlands. But unlike a large wealth of his native counterparts, Adin’s story has seen the DJ craft his unique sonic style through a colourful past, and the amalgamation between the dark and light of his life. Making a rapid and far-reaching impact on the electronic music scene over the course of his double-decade career, it was the move from Adin’s war-torn birthplace of Bosnia to a Rotterdam record store in his youth that marked the first stepping stone on his eventual ladder to success. Taking early inspiration from iconic producers such as Masters At Work, Roger Sanchez and Erick Morillo, it was his dub mix of Sandy Rivera’s ‘Freak’ on Simon Dunmore’s Defected Records that was championed all over the scene. By 2007, Adin had become one of the most in-demand artists in the business, touring worldwide with a schedule of more than 30 shows per month.
    • House
    • MelodicTechno
    • Techno
  • AFROJACK

    Grammy award winning DJ and producer, Afrojack, is one of most notable and iconic names in electronic dance music (EDM) today. At only 26 years old he has made a large impact on the music industry and is a key player in the worldwide explosion and popularity of EDM. In 2013, Forbes magazine crowned him as #7 on ‘The World’s Highest Paid DJs List’ and this year The Hollywood Reporter called him ‘’a global icon’’ set ‘’to conquer the world.’’ A talented producer and artist Afrojack is versatile and creative with his sound whether creating club hits or producing and remixing for the likes of Beyoncé, Pitbull or Madonna. Afrojack is adept at shifting between genres and playing with his sound and it’s easy to see why his skills are some of the most sought after in the world.,Starting off in his hometown of Spijkenisse, Nick van de Wall aka Afrojack, quickly made a name for himself with a slew of hard­-hitting underground releases, before exploding on the music scene in 2011 with the release of ‘Take Over Control’ -­ an instant worldwide club and chart hit the single reached platinum status in the U.S. Afrojack then went onto develop his own imprint in the production world with his label ‘Wall Recordings’ – a platform by which other passionate EDM artists could grow. He also wanted his label to retain the ‘club music’ brand, something he strives for with every Afrojack release. 2011 also saw Afrojack sign a landmark deal to become one of the first ever DJ’s to sign an annual residency in Las Vegas, at the legendary Wynn Hotel. The residency saw Afrojack perform over a dozen times a year at Wynn clubs including Encore Beach Club, Surrender, Tryst and XS.,From there the success continued; as well as making club hits and collaborating with the likes of David Guetta (co-writing and producing the worldwide smash ‘Titanium’), he also began to team up with and write for A­-list pop artists around the world, including Madonna and Chris Brown. In 2011, he co-wrote and produced ‘Give Me Everything’ for Pitbull and Ne-Yo, which to this day has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide and reached #1 in the US Billboard Hot 100 Charts. Not to mention his production work for Beyonce’s ‘Run the World (Girls),’ his Grammy nominated remix for Leona Lewis’ ‘Collide’ and his 2011 underground track ‘Rock The House,’ which topped the Beatport dance music charts after just three days. The same year he headlined both EDC (Electric Daisy Carnival) NY & Las Vegas to over 300,000 people, as well as UMF (Ultra Music Festival) in Miami, Tomorrowland (in Belgium) and Coachella (LA) in addition a colossal 40 city ‘Jacked’ tour of the United States, all packed into 2012.,Last year got off to a monumental start when Afrojack signed an exclusive worldwide deal with Island Def Jam, Island UK and Universal Music Group. The deal saw Afrojack’s talent be recognized and supported by the renowned music label. The first project from the partnership was ‘The Spark’, a single that fused EDM and pop and showed a new sound for Afrojack as an artist. The year continued to be another huge one for Afrojack. For his fourth consecutive year he returned to headline Creamfields and at the Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowworld, he debuted his own ‘Jacked’ stage showcasing his Wall artists. He also found time to shoot a documentary web-series, ‘March of the Afrojack’, which gave fans an insight into the real person behind the Afrojack moniker. The series was released on the Rolling Stone website and saw Nick share many intimate moments and thoughts from his journey on the road along with his personal mantra “If I can do it, you can do it too.”,In late 2013 Afrojack made history as he became the first DJ to ring the closing bell at NASDAQ Stock Market Exchange in New York, as electronic dance company, SFX, went public. This also came in the same week as Afrojack cemented his hands into the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the second DJ to ever do this and in doing so reinforced his position as a global music icon.,2014 is set to be another milestone year for Afrojack as he releases his second single ‘Ten Feet Tall’, starts a new DJ residency at Las Vegas hotspot Hakkasan and releases his debut album with Island Records. This spring he returns to Miami as headliner on the Ultra Music Festival and to give his loyal fans a first taste and preview of his highly anticipated album set for release this May.,Given Afrojack’s immense popularity and influence on the music industry it is no surprise that many corporate brands have flocked to him for brand partnerships. Afrojack recently announced a partnership with globally celebrated fashion label ‘G-Star Raw’ for his own line of Afrojack inspired designs that will be sold worldwide. He was also sought out by leading gaming company, Razer, to be a brand consultant on the development of future products. Further, this January saw Nick’s latest single, ‘Ten Feet Tall’, premiere as a part of Bud Light’s new commercial during the Superbowl.,Afrojack has built a global brand that is recognized for influencing attitudes and championing new levels of change for the music world. It is clear from his exponential growth that there is no stopping him and at only 26 years old this is just the beginning…
    Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
    • EDM
    • ElectroHouse
    • ProgressiveHouse
  • Aly & Fila

    • ProgressiveMusic
    • Trance
  • ANDREW BAYER

    • ProgressiveHouse
    • Techno
  • ANDREW RAYEL

    He’s the modern day Mozart, today’s leading talent in the ever-growing trance scene. He’s the pride of Moldova, known for his unique and very own sound. He is Andrei Rata, better known as Andrew Rayel.,Born on July 21st, 1992, his young age never stopped him from taking the lead in the next generation of EDM producers. Developing strong musical skills, he studied orchestral music and kicked off his producing career at only 13 years of age. It didn’t take long for the passionate music lover to translate his ideas into sounds. He created a truly unique, significant sound, one of piano power, harmonic balance and euphoric tales. And so, years later, his originals and remixes are praised by many and loved by more. But, rest assured, the Andrew Rayel story has only just started...
    Europe
    • EDM
    • Trance
  • ANNA

    A couple of years after winning the Beatport Breakthrough Award in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll, ANNA enters the list at No.95. Known to her parents as Ana Miranda, she went from playing to a 1,500-strong crowd at the age of 14 in her home country of Brazil to fronting DJ Mag North America in 2019. New music from ANNA has been huge in festival sets for many world-leading techno DJs all summer. Then there was the richly deserved Essential Mix for the BBC that started 2019 off right, as the Brazilian distilled 20 years of DJing experience into an inspiring two-hour techno masterclass. DJ Mag rightly recognised her talents, putting her on the cover of their North American edition in February, a nod to the breakaway impact she’s had on that region.
    Brazil
    • Electronic
    • House
    • Techno
  • ASTRIX

    Astrix’s musical agenda is the ultimate clash, where underground vs. mainstream transforms to uplifting Trance composed with sophisticated melodies, a sprinkle of progressive House, and some occasional vocals. This audio clash is where Astrix’s music have emerged from & been embraced by hundreds of thousands across so many nations and continents. As an incredibly popular DJ and producer, Avi Shmailov, aka Astrix, always thinks ahead how to tailor his sets and productions for his devoted fans, but not forgetting to please the casual dancers. Astrix needs to connect with everyone in the crowd, those who are unfamiliar with his works and at the same time with his followers throughout the years.,Rewind back to 2002, Astrix is signed to leading label HOMmega and is introduced to the world with his debut album “Eye To Eye”. Things started to roll for Avi Shamilov from that point on, the world wide scene fell captivated with his unique, smart melodic style. Touring massively after the “Eye To Eye” album release didn’t leave much studio time for Avi, it took two years to write & perfect his 2nd album, “Artcore” which came out in 2004. “Artcore” raised the bar with groundbreaking achievements if in CD sales, tracks used in movies, video games and TV commercials.,Once Astrix’s musical sound got familiarized as his trademark, he turned to invest the years after to developing his DJ persona. Compiling & producing for leading brands such as: “Nu-clear Visions of Israel” (Tip/2003), “Psychedelic Academy” (Hit Mania/2005) and “Astrix & Friends” (DJ mag/2007). In 2009 Astrix’s label, HOMmega productions, was the first to release an Astrix digital artist album, on a compact stick flash drive format, “One Step Ahead” (HOMmega/2009),Evolving into one the world known DJ MAG TOP 100 DJs placed Astrix on the roads for an almost nonstop world wide tour. He rocked festivals across the globe including Dance Valley, Tomorrowland, SW4, Creamfileds, Love Parade, UAF, Planeta Atlantida, Triba and headlined nights in the best clubs and venues such as Alexandra Palace, Brixton Academy, Pacha, Ministry of sounds, The City, Volume, Nox and so many more which he visited repeatedly .,Over the last couple of years, studio time was a rare commodity for Avi Shamilov, but never the less he always managed to find the extra hours to work on releasing his 3rd studio album for HOMmega. ‘Red Means Distortion’ is the result of some very late night sessions, everything to reach the perfection he needed to return back to those who were waiting patiently for his 3rd album.,Starting from August 2010, Astrix is releasing ongoing free download mix sessions under the title “Trance for Nation”. As a well known “global trance rocker”, stay tuned and expect nothing less then top notch trance productions!
    • EDM
    • Psytrance
  • ATLiens

    Hailing from Atlanta, GA, the masked menace DJ/producer duo known as ATLiens has unleashed a steady stream of dark, trance-inducing, bass-driven music – hurtling these young guns towards the top of the trap & bass music scene nation-wide and to countries far and wide. With support from the likes of Bassnectar, Jack U, Skrillex, A-Trak, DJ Snake, Zeds Dead, RL Grime, Flosstradamus, Baauer, NGHTMRE, UZ, Herobust, Jackal, Anna Lunoe, Wuki, Slumberjack and many more. Collaborations with UZ, Party Thieves, QUIX, Woolymammoth, Rickyxsan, Havok Roth, & others, ATLiens is making their presence heard and felt. And with dates on the board for North America, Australia and beyond, playing alongside the likes of Diplo, Zeds Dead, Flux Pavilion, Nero, Doctor P, HeRobust, Hucci, Anna Lunoe, Sleepy Tom, and many more. Now is the time for ATLiens to seize the moment with masked-eyes ablaze and shine!
    Atlanta, United States of America
  • AUDIEN

    At a time where the upcoming talents in the scene of Electronic Dance Music seem to get younger by the second, another promisingh his incredible sense beautiful melodies and a production quality that deserves a lot of recognition, Nate “Audien” Rathbun is starting to show off his skills in a trance and progressive scene that many had mistaken for being dead and gone.,At age 18 and hailing from the Northeastern shores of USA, Nate has silently been honing his skills ever since his first encounter with EDM at age 15. Having been brought up in a family with a mother that was very passionate about music in general, and a father that expressed his joy through guitar playing and singing, undoubtedly helped to shape Nate’s passion for music. Starting off with up-tempo techno gradually transitioning to trance and progressive. It did not take long fo prospect of tomorrow has appeared. Witr people to see that Nate had a flair for the melodies and the production skills required to create quality productions.,Recently Nate has seen his originals and remixes getting picked up by heavyweight UK trance labels Armada, Enhanced Recordings, Flashover, Black Hole, and Alter Ego among others. Recently Nate signed a track to Ferry Corsten’s dutch imprint Flashover Recordings which ended up on Ferry’s hot compilation theory entitled “Once Upon A Night” among many other compilations lisenced by Armada, Enhanced, and others.,Nate has never had a problem with airplay. His productions have frequently been featured on radio shows such as A State Of Trance with Armin Van Buuren, Trance Around The World with Above and Beyond, Corsten’s Countdown with Ferry Corsten, Tiesto’s Club Life, including many other shows hosted by credible and established Producers and DJs.,On the remix front Nate has proven himself capable at working at an amazing pace; finishing remixes for before mentioned, Enhanced Recordings, AVA (Armada), the also UK based Alter Ego, and with numerous other deals in the works it is safe to say that it will not take long before the world will be making the first encounter with young, yet incredibly gifted American.
    • EDM
    • ProgressiveHouse
    • Trance
  • Avision

    Fortunate to grow up around the rich club culture of NYC and influenced by the sounds around him, Avision now finds himself helping to usher in a new wave of techno for the New York scene. Over the last couple of years, he’s had releases on a range of influential labels like Ellum, Drumcode, Hardgroove, Machine, We Are The Brave, Mindshake, Intec, On Edge Society, and many more. Support for his productions have been coming in strong from tastemakers like Adam Beyer, Maceo Plex, Nicole Moudaber, Chris Liebing, Laurent Garnier, Joseph Capriati, and The Martinez Brothers to name a few.
    New York City, United States of America
  • Black Coffee

    Considering his meteoric rise to fame, it would be easy to stereotype Black Coffee as just another black diamond, a BEE beat magnet out to mine the insatiable upwardly mobile urban house-party market. But as he proved on his South African Music Award-winning album Home Brewed, this DJ and producer defies convention. Sidestepping Afro-house clichés and stage-managed highs in favour of restrained sophistication, Black Coffee’s penchant is for true Afropolitan house: home-brewed but trendsetting, fashion-conscious and future-focused. Expect almost sculptural balance and beauty.
    South Africa
    • DeepHouse
    • Electronica
    • House
  • Blastoyz

    A new entry in this year’s Top 100 DJs poll, Israeli psytrance DJ Blastoyz has become an increasingly celebrated name in the scene over the past few years thanks to his cinematic take on the sound. His tracks’ uplifting melodies, bubbling basslines, stirring vocals and spoken samples have earned him the support of legendary acts like Armin van Buuren and Above & Beyond. ~ DJMag
    Middle East
    • Psytrance
    • Trance
  • Blunts & Blondes

    • Dance
    • Dubstep
    • EDM
  • BORN DIRTY

    Born Dirty stormed onto the scene just a few years ago and quickly turned the heads of top DJ’s everywhere. The music industry’s most notable labels and tastemakers jumped on the project, with instantaneous support from Mad Decent, OWSLA, Fool’s Gold, Dirtybird, and Insomniac Records. Fast forward to 2020 and he’s coming off his strongest year to date, and is still riding high off his Diplo collab “Sambo Sujo,” that recently dropped on Higher Ground. He’s performed at some of the world’s most premiere festivals – Lollapalooza, Electric Daisy Carnival, HARD Summer, Les Plages Electroniques, Shambala, Splash House, and Holy Ship! to name a few. His discography – including collabs with Cassius, Anna Lunoe, Kid Sister, and more — pulls from across the spectrum of music he’s experienced growing up in France and beginning his music career in the UK.
    United Kingdom
  • Bryan Kearney

    A DJ of almost fifteen years' experience. A dedicated and driven individual with a relentless passion for all things energetic. A talented technician that has continued to climb through the ranks of global dance music to truly establish himself amongst the Djing elite.Over the years Bryan has honed his DJing skills by taking his experiences from the dance floor into the DJ box. His current demand is at an all time high and this is evident from the diversity in location of his appearances. He has performed at massive events such as Electronic Daisy Carnival, Electric Zoo, Tomorrowland, Stereosonic, Cream Ibiza and many more. He has toured extensively all over the globe in countries such as USA, Australia, Argentina, Mexico, Egypt, India, all over Europe and beyond.He is also a highly regarded producer and owner of one of the most respected labels in dance music, Kearnage Recordings. His diversity as a producer has seen him release tracks on labels such as Spinnin, Armada, Garuda, Subculture, FSOE, Vandit...
    Ireland
    • Trance
  • BT

    United States of America
  • Captain Hook

    Captain Hook is one of the top DJs, musicians and producers on the Psychedelic Trance (Psytrance) & Progressive Trance scene. Traveling a diverse musical path, Reshef Harari always achieved success guided by the frequencies. From the early days of DJing with vinyls, through the successful collaborative project Quantize, the visit to Techno-land as Sheff with releases at top labels, and finally as Captain Hook, with which he took over the world by storm. Following his heart and sonic manipulations he keeps innovating and never stagnating. With two top selling albums at Iboga Records, countless single and compilation releases and collaborating with the best electronic music producers, Captain Hook has been playing in every conceivable festival, party and venue all around the globe.
    • Electronic
    • Psytrance
  • Cat Dealers

    Combining the muscular drive of dark main stage progressive with elements of electro and EDM, Brazilian powerhouse siblings Lugui and Pedrão, aka Cat Dealers, never fail to make an impact, and the drive behind so much of their music reflects a determination at the heart of their attitude. Productions like that version of Loud Luxury’s ‘Cold Feet’, a fresh take on Martin Jensen and MOLO’s hit single, ‘Carry On’, and a new edit of Ava Max’s ‘Who’s Laughing Now’ kept ears entertained. And the brothers worked hard to maintain strong connections with fans at a challenging time for contact, launching the ‘Dealing With Cats’ video web series following their own mini-documentary. Then there have been performances at global firsts like Tomorrowland Around The World, and ongoing involvement in fundraising events aimed at delivering urgently needed support to the dance music community. ~ DJMag
    Brazil
    • Dance
    • EDM
    • Electronic
  • CELO

    Europe
  • CoExist

    • Downtempo
  • COONE

    From a young age, Coone has been mesmerized by music in all its different shapes and forms.,The creation of his successful label Dirty Workz was a huge step in this young man’s carreer, allowing him to take his music beyond even his own expectations and also giving new talents within the Hard Dance scene a respectable platform to launch new and exciting sounds into the scene.,By the age of 24, Coone was able to lay down an almost impossible feat; completely selling out one of Belgium’s largest venues with over 10.000 Hard Dance fans for an exclusive event – Coone & the Gang. The event has certainly become one of Coone’s most memorable moments, a clear pillar in his life which marked the beginning of big things to come and completely opened the Hard Dance scene in Belgium, boosted by national tv and media coverage.,As collaborations with some of Hardstyle’s biggest names rolled in, Coone was able to impress the world with his unique sound within Hardstyle, imprinting a distinct signature sound into his productions. His experience has lead him towards a new “Challenge”; to create an album in 30 days including collaborations with some of the Hard Dance scene’s superstars. The album was met with great support in the scene, catapulting Coone to new heights.,Coone’s success within Europe has opened up many doors for him as his eyes are fixed on the horizon, towards the international Hardstyle scene in countries such as Australia and the United States, with a World Tour already in the making.,Without a doubt, Coone lives and breathes Hardstyle. His passion shared by thousands of like-minded souls all over the world, each speaking a universal language. Music. A binding force uniting us all.
    • EDM
    • Hardcore
  • COSMIC GATE

    Vorsprung durch Technik (or ‘Advantage through technology’ in English) pretty much sums up the typical German stereotype. Super efficient, groundbreaking and full of innovation. If Mercedes are this to the motoring world then Cosmic Gate are paralleled within the world of electronic music.,After a chance meeting at a record label head office in Germany, Claus Terhoeven (Nic Chagall) and Stefan Bossems (Bossi) have created and inspired some of the most influential music ever to hit our dance floors over the past decade...
    Germany
    • EDM
    • Electronic
    • Trance
  • Dabin

    • Drum&Bass
    • Dubstep
  • Darksiderz

    Darksiderz descend upon us from the far reaches of the unknown. He brings a powerful sound of exclusive hard beats that will control both your mind and your body once you step onto the dancefloor. He is a powerhouse behind the decks and in the studio with influences ranging from hard dance to industrial to death metal. He has combined different sounds to spawn a new hard EDM concept and the world will soon know the power of the darkside.
    United States of America
  • DARUDE

    Multi-platinum award winning producer and international artist Darude, has to date sold over 5 million records worldwide and is recognised by many as one of the most influential artists to emerge from the dance scene in the past decade.,Hailing from a small village called Hinnerjoki in Finland the patriotic Finn now resides with his family in his second home Atlanta (America), a move that compliments his ever growing popularity in the US. A seasoned professional in his own right, through travelling the globe he has been fortunate to experience many cultures and see some of the worlds most beautiful and awe-inspiring destinations; believing this education of life has been a catalyst for much of his recent music.,Although famed for the global smash ‘Sandstorm’, which became the world’s best selling 12" vinyl of 2000, Ville Virtanen aka Darude has had a long and successful career as both a live performer and club DJ, banking an average of 140, 000 air miles per year. Alongside 10 years working as a producer and engineer with nothing but achievement to look back on.,Having released numerous chart topping hits, three artist albums and through his remix work he has brought singles such as ATB feat. York – ‘The Fields of Love and The Thrillseekers – ’Synaesthesia to a mainstream audience, gaining him undiminished support from industry leaders such as Radio 1’s Pete Tong, Judge Jules, Ferry Corsten and Paul Oakenfold.,Whether in his studio in America or Finland, recent times have seen him cement further his reputation as one of the most innovative and exciting figures in modern dance music. With his distinctive styles of progressive and uplifting trance, his music continues to get talked about by both music fans and critics alike with recent support coming from DJ Magazine and Billboard magazine to name but two.,Constantly ahead of the game, Darude was one of the first DJs to embrace MP3’s when he released ‘Sandstorm’ in late 1999, and also released several tracks to data zip drives in early 2000.,Although having set the benchmark for a generation of producers with ‘Sandstorm’, the ever modest professional is a strong supporter of new talent and music. So much so that he recently took the decision to set up his own imprint to push not just his own music, but also that of artists whom he believes in. With a long list of achievements already to his name, Darude could be forgiven for resting on his lot, but instead 2010 will see him busy as ever by encompassing a staggering amount of new projects, including a mix album project (in planning), several new singles and remixes, as well as his new record label and a world tour.
    • EDM
    • ProgressiveHouse
    • Trance
  • Denis Sulta

    Glasgow-based DJ/producer Hector Barbour (aka Denis Sulta) creates vivacious, melodic house with underground sensibilities. Born in Glasgow in 1993, he grew up with a keen interest in dance music, landing his first job at the infamous record shop Rubadub. It was during his tenure there that he took up both music production and DJ'ing under the guidance of his co-workers, who were all very passionate about the scene. His early tracks were darker in tone, but as he started playing more and more gigs, his music became more uplifting. To reflect the change in style, he reversed the name Atlus to Sulta and adopted Denis as a prefix (originally spelled "Dennis," a printing error led him to drop an "n" in favor of Denis). From there he went on to release EPs, eventually setting up his own label and brand, Sulta Selects. Barbour took the brand on a global tour, which became so popular that it spawned a full festival, FLY Open Air: Sulta Selects, held at Hopetoun House just outside of Edinburgh. ~ AllMusic
    Glasgow, United Kingdom
    • Dance
    • Electronic
  • DEOCA

    Europe
  • Dezza

    • House
    • Trance
  • DJ Holographic

    DJ Holographic is a one-woman funk machine born and raised on Detroit Music. Her mission is to serve a mix of musical cuisine that contains consuming house beats, passionate R&B with Hip Hop, unreserved disco, true Detroit Techno, and Motown. Join her as she concocts her next rhythmic dish. Surrounded by members of the Detroit DJ community such as Underground Resistance, Detroit Techno Militia, Rocksteady Disco, DJ Minx, KDJ Records, and DJ Minx, she was inspired and her curiosity got the better of her. She has appeared in the underground scene around Detroit at places such as Grenadier Club, Tangent Gallery, Grasshopper Underground, The Whiskey Parlor, Marble Bar, TV Lounge, The Works, Temple Bar, and more. She has played at festivals such as Movement, Charivari, San Francisco Pride, Red Bull Music Academy in New York, and opened for Black Madonna’s We Still Believe Tour in LA..
    United States of America
    • Electronic
    • Funk
  • Dombresky

    French dance music producer, Quentin Dombres or professionally known as Dombresky has been producing music for nearly a decade and a half now. It took years for Dombresky to find his way out of local markets in France and onto the global level but that breakthrough occurred when he produced an official remix for A-Trak’s “We All Fall Down”. From there, Dombresky’s career started to explode; connecting the dots with fellow Frenchman Tchami. The two created “Freakin” which debuted on Tchami’s EP. With that success, the two would collaborate again, when Dombresky released singles “Wait” and “Utopia” on Tchami’s label ‘Confession’.
    France
  • Dom Dolla

    Melbourne based DJ/producer Dom Dolla has taken the world by storm with a series of forward thinking hypnotic house music heaters, including his international breakthrough ‘Take It’, which he quickly followed up with ‘San Frandisco’. With both records accredited gold and platinum, the latter went on to earn him a multitude of accolades including #1 most played triple j, whilst charting at #33 on triple j’s Hottest 100 list, before earning himself an AIR award for Best Independent Dance Release, as well as an ARIA award for Best Dance Release following two previous nominations.
    Melbourne, Australia
    • House
    • TechHouse
  • EKALI

    • FutureBass
  • Elephante

    Los Angeles, United States of America
  • Eli Brown

    Eli Brown has rapidly established himself as an artist of real distinction in the house world, with his records making an immediate impact upon a flurry of the industry’s biggest names. Having grown up in Bristol, Eli Brown was exposed to a rich array of different musical influences from Jungle to Rave music, form Drum n’ Bass to House. Bristol’s musical heritage has helped define Eli Brown’s sound in an overcrowded House Music scene where he stands out from the rest. His talents have garnered key support from every corner of the dance music spectrum, with the likes of Carl Cox, Green Velvet, Fisher, Claude VonStroke, Black Madonna, Denis Sulta, Calvin Harris & Annie Mac, all endorsing the Bristolian’s productions. Singled out for his gritty style, Eli Brown’s productions are renowned for their singularly sinister approach, creating twisted dancefloor hits packed with vibrant club-ready energy. Self-taught in both his skills behind the turntable and his powerful production prowess...
    • Dance
    • House
  • ESTIVA

    Europe
  • Factor B

    When it comes to the world of uplifting trance, the name on everyone’s lips is Australia’s own Factor B. In just a few short years, his unique & often classical styled productions have re-ignited trance purists across the world in big numbers, quickly establishing himself as one of the most sought after names in trance.
    Melbourne, Australia
    • Psytrance
    • Trance
  • FERRY CORSTEN

    Ferry Corsten is a Dutch DJ, record producer and remixer from Rotterdam. He is well known for producing many pioneering trance tracks during the 1990s-2000s under his numerous aliases, including System F, Moonman, Pulp Victim and Gouryella.
    Netherlands
    • Dance
    • EDM
    • Trance
  • GARETH EMERY

    To say Gareth Emery has had a good year would be a vast understatement. Over the past twelve months, the popularity and buzz surrounding the young Brit reached explosive proportions, culminating in him being voted no.9 in 2009’s definitive DJ Mag Top 100 poll: one of only a handful of DJs to crack the world’s top ten before the age of 30.,Was this down to producing pure club anthems like Exposure and Metropolis alongside stunning remixes for Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond, all of which led to him spending more time at the top of Beatport’s trance chart than any other artist in ‘09? Maybe it was the launch of his new Garuda label and club night, responsible for selling out Manchester�s iconic Sankeys club four times in a row whilst releasing his critically acclaimed compilation ‘The Sound Of Garuda’. Or perhaps it was the sheer amount of people he played to, banking half a million air miles travelling to over one hundred gigs at some of the world’s finest clubs and festivals. Whatever the reason, one thing is for certain: he’s on fire like never before.,Of course, what seems like ‘overnight’ success is usually the result of years of hard work, and Gareth Emery is no exception. He started learning the piano at 4, and whilst he’d completed his classical music training before he’d finished school, his real interest lay elsewhere, initially in guitar-based sounds. This was the UK in the mid-90s with Britpop and indie the order of the day, although as one might expect, Emery was no slouch, following the footsteps of Green Day and Oasis by headlining Southampton’s legendary Joiners venue at the age of just 15 with his band at the time. But it was a chance trip to Ibiza in 1998 that opened his eyes to the appeal of dance music, and after spending the next three years learning to make music with computers and midi, rather than guitars and pianos, he wrote his first electronic classic: the seminal ‘Mistral’, famously made whilst on holiday in France on a £500 laptop. Plenty more were to come.,These days, his records (which are composed, produced, and engineered entirely by him), span the worlds of trance, progressive, electro, techno, and a few other places. Languid, spacey grooves, juddering basslines and original melodies that take your breath away mean that it’s a given that Armin, Tiesto, Oakenfold, and Judge Jules have all been fully paid-up members of the Emery fan club for years. But more importantly, he’s firmly established as one of those rare producers who values quality over quantity, preferring to make five amazing records in a year then twenty average ones, and even happily refusing to release a track if it doesn’t feel “just right”, to the occasional frustration of his fans. It’s this uncompromising attitude, that drive for something unattainably perfect, that has made him one of the most sought-after producers and remixers on the planet.,But if there’s one place where he’s even more at home than in his studio, it’s behind the decks, where he’s morphed into the consummate superstar DJ, unequivocally demolishing dancefloors the world over. From global superclubs like Zouk in Singapore and Guvernment in Toronto, to epic festivals like Global Gathering, Trance Energy and Dance Valley, to the mega-brands like Ministry of Sound and Godskitchen, the utterly unique, instantly recognisable Emery sound continues to pack out more clubs, in more places across the world, than ever before.,The rise of Gareth Emery to dance music’s Premier league has been untraditional in almost every sense, and looking at his career, one gets the feeling he almost likes being the underdog. In 2009, when he was advised against launching his Garuda club night in the midst of one of the harshest recessions in living memory, he went ahead regardless, going on to totally sell-out every Garuda party that year. He also chose the road less travelled in 2006, when he turned down numerous offers from established radio stations to instead experiment with a virtually unknown format known as podcasting. It was a gamble that paid off, as four years and 100 episodes later, The Gareth Emery Podcast is now one of the most popular and influential dance music downloads in the world, with Emery’s famously diverse track selection and charismatic broadcasting style resulting in TGEP being nominated for ‘Best Podcast’ at the Miami Winter Music Conference IDMA Awards three years running.,Having also eschewed the lure of corporate major labels since the beginning, (almost all of his singles have been released on his own imprints), he’s living proof that you can amass a truly global following with little more than the power of the internet and some outstanding music. With millions of viewers on YouTube and legions of fans on Facebook, Twitter and Myspace, he’s a modern artist in every sense of the word; one with his finger truly on the pulse of the globalised, digitised planet we now inhabit. He sums it up in a recent interview: “At the start, there was no helping hand: I had no record deal, no money, and no idea about how to make my way in the music business. Basically I was just a kid from Southampton, who was making half-decent music on some very cheap equipment, and told people to check it out. The rest just sort of happened”. Inspirational stuff for talented kids everywhere.,With a list of achievements already far surpassing most DJs ten years his senior, Gareth Emery could easily sit back and be content with his lot, but you get the feeling that won’t be happening. After seeing his Garuda brand become the hottest label and club night launch in recent years (the quantity of Garuda t-shirts you now see at Emery gigs is testament to that), his plans for the next year are firmly rooted in the studio, where he’s determined to finally finish his long-anticipated artist album. “2009 was really all about Garuda. I started the year without a real home for my music, and now I’ve got one – as well as our Manchester residency which really was the surprise success of the year. But whilst Garuda has some amazing releases and nights lined up for 2010, for me, the next year’s all about finishing my album. I’ve been promising it since 2006, and whilst making a LP is undoubtably challenging when you spend half of your life abroad touring, I’m determined to put everything aside to finally nail it this year”.,At just 29, Gareth Emery’s well on the way to conquering the electronic music world, and if he finally cracks that artist album, he might just do it. Whatever happens though, 2010’s set to be a big one, as the worldwide Garuda massive eagerly await to see what’s coming next from this uniquely talented artist. We can’t wait – see you on the dancefloor.
    • EDM
    • Trance
  • Genix

    One of the longest-serving linchpins of the trance scene, Genix has deep roots in the genre that have helped his production career to grow exponentially since his debut release in 2003. Since then he has become a mainstay of Anjunabeats, with other releases on Armind, Vandit Records, Enhanced Records and Reset Records to name a few. DJing alongside the world’s elite along the way, he has become a huge name in his own right.
    • Electronic
    • Techno
    • Trance
  • Giuseppe Ottaviani

    Epitomising trance music’s energy in both approach and output, Italy’s Giuseppe Ottaviani has long been recognised as one of the genre’s most prodigious and prolific merchants. From his earliest studio work (as the engine behind NU NRG), through to his latter-day output under his own name, he’s become synonymous with preeminent trance. Over the last decade the three updates he has given his pioneering club-becomes-studio Giuseppe Ottaviani Live concept has rewritten the book on what a DJ ‘does’. Through them he has brought a unique dynamic to many of the world’s best-known electronic music festivals and arena shows – Tomorrowland, Dreamstate, EDC, ASOT and Transmission amongst them. Feeding these performances is a career-long procession of club hits, of which ‘Linking People’, ‘Through Your Eyes’, ‘Ready’, ‘Angel’ and ‘No More Alone’ are but a few. Giuseppe’s remains both contemporary and scene-omnipotent with of-late solo productions like ‘8K’, ‘Tranceland’, ‘Moscow River’, ‘Time Shift’ and others...
    Italy
    • Dance
    • Techno
    • Trance
  • G Jones

    Greg Jones is the artist behind the enigmatic G JONES moniker. A lauded master of electronic music production and highly sought after performer, G JONES is a collaborator of legendary artists such as Amon Tobin, Eprom, and DJ Shadow, who called Jones “the most gifted Ableton beatmaker I’ve ever seen.” Rolling Stone touted him as a “studio wizard.” Billboard Magazine had this to say about his album’s first single, UNDERSTANDING THE POSSIBILITY: "That’s what listening to G Jones will do. It’s a mental minefield of sudden drops and stutters, bass lines that open holes under your feet and send you shooting sideways to some warped mystery land."
    San Francisco, United States of America
  • Green Velvet

    Curtis Alan Jones has a laundry list of monikers he has gone by since his first appearance in the dance music scene in 1991. However, he is best known as Green Velvet and Cajmere. Inspired by the house music craze in the 80s, Jones picked himself up a keyboard, 4-track, and drum machine to try his hand at making music. It turned out he had a knack for it and in 1991, under Cajmere, he began releasing music. In 1992, he started his own label, Cajual Records, and released “Brighter Days”, a collaboration with superstar dance music singer, Dajae. The song hit number 2 on  the Billboard Dance Music Charts. Modern-day publications like Rolling Stone and MixMag have included the single on their lists detailing the best house tracks to date. In ‘95, under the name Green Velvet and on his new label Relief Records, Jones released another single “Flash” that too, skyrocketed to the top of the charts. He continued to produce bangers, putting out albums under the name Green Velvet.
    United States of America
    • House
    • Minimal
    • Techno
  • GRUBE & HOVSEPIAN

    United States of America
  • GVX

    Europe
  • Hot Since 82

    British deep/tech-house DJ and producer Daley Padley has achieved a remarkable amount of success under the name Hot Since 82. His tracks are energetic and a touch dramatic, yet smooth and not over-produced, and perfectly tailored for clubs and dance festivals. After collecting some of his initial singles and remixes as Hot Since 82 on the 2013 full-length Little Black Book, Padley founded Knee Deep in Sound in 2014 and continued releasing singles and mix CDs on the label, as well as others such as Truesoul and Moon Harbour. ~ AllMusic
    United Kingdom
    • Electronic
    • House
  • IDA ENGBERG

    27-year-old Ida Engberg started DJing hip hop and soul aged 14 after a boyfriend showed her how to mix, but she says “I had absolutely no plans on becoming a DJ, I just saw it as a new way to listen to and interact with music and I loved it!” But fate had other plans – while at a friend’s bar aged 18 his regular DJ called in sick. Ida talked her way onto the decks on the proviso that if it wasn’t working after half an hour she’d get off again – by the time she’d finished playing she’d secured her first weekly residence. “I was probably a terrible DJ” she says modestly, “but he loved the music so he booked me every Friday. At this time I was playing lounge music, ambient and soulful house.”,Ida honed her mixing skills and bagged her second residency through more fortuitous timing – working as a host at a big nightclub, Spy Bar, she stepped in for the errant resident DJ who’d had a skinful and promptly disappeared, leaving the dancefloor in silence. The owner immediately changed her job description to DJ, and put her in the main room, kicking off her DJ career proper. “I guess it was there it really started” says Ida. “I was playing house, tribal and electro and I really loved every second of it! I kept my residency there for two and a half years until I decided I wanted to spread my wings a bit.”,A move to Marbella brought 8 months of club gigs, followed by a season in Ibiza which inspired Ida musically like no other place. “I had fallen deeply in love with the minimal techno sound so it was perfect at the time. In Ibiza I met so many people who shared the same dream- To be working with music.” “I was playing in bars and smaller clubs and in afterhour parties. Everywhere I went it was people with the same passion for music as I had.” At the end of the season, Ida returned to Stockholm landing a top residency at Cocktail Club, the best underground club in Stockholm. “My first gig was a warm up for Eric Prydz and after that I did warm ups for everyone from Damian Lazarus, Mandy, Anja Schneider and Jennifer Cardini to Roger Sanchez and Steve Angello. “Stockholm is a great platform for electronic music. There are so many great producers and DJs living here and people really support each other.”,Although DJing is her first love, it was only a matter of time before Ida tried her hand at production. Her first effort was the massive Disco Volante – signed by John Dahlbäck to his Pickadoll label and released in 2007 with a Sebastien Leger remix it became a huge hit all over the world, featuring on compilations from Ministry of Sound, Defected in the House and Pacha Ibiza. It charted across the whole of Europe, doing especially well in Holland, Belgium and Germany. Two more tracks have followed on Get Physical and Pickadoll plus a remix for Dada Life, and Ida signed with the Plantage13 agency for international gigs. She can be found playing her brand of minimal, techno and tech house in clubs all over the world every weekend, and her love of what she does is obvious to all. Playing unplanned sets allows her to respond to the crowd, and she’s rocked parties and clubs like Miami’s Sunday School for Degenerates, Yes at Watergate in Berlin, Tomorrowland in Belgium, Melkweg in Amsterdam, Catwalk in Rotterdam and Op Art in Portugal to name a few. Lately she also took part in the Drumcode parties with Swedish companion Adam Beyer. “It’s still a musical journey, my style develops all the time and I’m always open to new impressions” says Ida. “That’s what makes it the best job in the world!”
    • EDM
    • Techno
  • Ilan Bluestone

    United Kingdom
    • Electronic
    • Trance
  • INFECTED MUSHROOM

    Infected Mushroom – Erez Eisen and Amit Duvdevani (aka Duvdev) – has been the leading group within the global psy-trance scene for nearly a decade. Incorporating pumping, bad-ass grooves and infectious melodies and live instruments and vocals into their songs, they’ve performed live – a feat that many of their DJ peers aspire to accomplish – for well over a million people around the globe.,The band’s energetic live show has triumphed at some of the world’s biggest and most important music festivals (OMIX Festival in Mexico, Miami’s Ultra Festival, Tribe in Sao Paulo, among countless others), and they continue to regularly sell-out top clubs such as the Brixton Academy in London, Toronto’s Koolhaus at the Government, and Avalon in New York and Los Angeles. Their success as an electronic music band on the global concert circuit has translated into record sales in excess of 150,000 albums over the course of six acclaimed independent albums. Not bad for two guys from Haifa who started producing music mostly to escape boredom.,“We met in 1996 through a DJ friend,” recalls Erez. “Duvdev was in Goa at the time, and I was working on another project with a German guy. We met and tried to do one track together, and we’ve continued on since then.”,A year later, Erez and Duvdev started buying equipment and began to take Infected Mushroom – a name they stole from a disbanded local punk band – seriously. Finding little influence in Israel’s music scene, they drew inspiration from bands like Metallica and The Prodigy. Early productions led to club dates and gigs at local parties. Before long, the twosome had developed quite a loyal following. While the headlines were filled with news about violence and bloodshed, Infected Mushroom’s music touched the hearts of the burgeoning Israeli trance scene, and clubbers began looking to the band’s music for a respite from the tumultuous political situation.,“People were dying and the government saw that dealing with that as more important than abolishing trance parties,” says Erez. “And now the government is supporting trance parties. They want people to party, instead of staying home. There are places in the United States that you cannot go to because it is too dangerous because there are crazy people living there. It’s the same thing in Israel.”,Brandishing a multi-influenced trance sound that hadn’t been heard before, Erez and Duvdev were turned down by nearly every record label in Israel when they attempted to get a deal. “Nobody wanted to sign us,” recalls Erez. “We went to the biggest and smallest labels in Israel, and nobody was interested. At the time, we really believed in our music and continued looking for people to sign us. Fortunately, there was this A&R guy from BNE named Avi Youssef [and BNE’s owner, Avi Brand] who gave us a chance.”,In 1998, BNE released Infected Mushroom’s debut album, The Gathering. Inspired by the surreal ambient styles of Simon Posford, X-Dream and Transwave, it took a few months for the forward-thinking album to catch on. But once it did, the buzz within the global psy-trance scene became deafening.,The group’s second album, Classical Mushroom, was released in 2000. “This album was totally different that the first album,” says Duvdev, who, like Erez, is a classically trained musician. “Not only did we expand our style, but the album was big in Europe and Japan. It sounded totally different that the other trance music that was happening at the time.”,“The trance scene at the time was really monotonic as opposed to melodic with chords,” adds Erez. “We put a lot of classical elements into that album; it sounded different, and that’s why it stood out. At the beginning, nobody believed in that one as well.”,Infected Mushroom’s third album, B.P. Empire, followed in 2001. The combination of their live show and diverse electronic palette eventually won them the support of critics and a new legion of hardcore fans in North and South America. In 2003, Infected Mushroom issued their sprawling double-disc album, Converting Vegetarians. Perhaps one of their most ambitious recordings to date, Converting Vegetarians was a sonic departure away from trance. Leading the listener through trance, freestyle and ambient sounds, the album paved the way for 2004’s I’m The Supervisor.,“After we made the chilled-out non-danceable side to Converting Vegetarians, we wanted to make something for the trance fans that was danceable and full-on,” says Duvdev of I’m The Supervisor. “This album is trance, except for the last track. There’s more singing, and it’s the most difficult thing we’ve done. Using the voice as an instrument is tough to do. We’re like every band in that we’re trying to search for something new with every album.”,Always one step of their audience, Infected Mushroom are constantly pushing themselves. With fame and success in their homeland and in the global electronic music community, Infected Mushroom threw caution to the wind and relocated to Los Angeles in January 2005. The purpose was to take themselves out of their comfort zone in order to take their music to the next level.,“The weather is a lot like Israel’s,” says Erez, “and we still don’t know the city very well. But we’re here and we’re looking to push ourselves and do the sort of things that we couldn’t do in Israel.”,As they work in their adopted surroundings and continue to tour the world, Erez and Duvdev have added famed Israeli guitarist Erez Netz and Brazilian percussionist Rogerio Jardim to select live shows. They’re also busy finishing material for their seventh album, Vicious DeLicious, which contains a myriad of new musical explorations, from Flamenco guitar, to hip hop, to thrash-metal undertones. They have even been commissioned to remix recordings of rock legends, The Doors. But today they are especially proud to be recognized by their fans – Infected Mushroom was named #12 in DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJ list, a 14 place jump from their debut on the list last year.,While they see themselves more as an electronic band rather than a psy-trance outfit these days, their track record of producing everything from trance to downtempo makes them feel that they can realize all of their musical aspirations.,“Being in the studio is like playing a PlayStation game, where you have to pass a level each time,” says Duvdev. “That’s our goal every time we do a session. The energy that you get at the parties makes you want to go right back into the studio and create new tracks. You need to be in the studio and do the shows; they’re both connected to each other. Our mission now is the same as when we started out, and that’s to get Infected Mushroom’s music out to more people.”
    • EDM
    • Psytrance
    • Trance
  • Jason Ross

    Los Angeles, United States of America
  • Jerome Isma-Ae

    Jerome Isma-ae combines the behind-the-curtain knowledge of a music producer, with the familiarity and deep knowledge of a dance floor you would expect from a DJ. Broad in his influences, and a visionary in his approach, you’ll always catch a hint of progressiveness in his sound. Jerome has been surrounded by music since his early years, with musical education in elementary school, learning the piano and later the guitar. At 12, Jerome was already playing the bass guitar in a heavy metal band, but it wasn’t until 14 that he started making his own beats with a drum machine.
    Germany
    • Electronic
    • ProgressiveHouse
  • Jorza

    United States of America
    • Dance
    • EDM
    • Trance
  • Joseph Capriati

    Capriati began DJing as a preteen, eventually attending raves and developing a passion for techno that would guide his career. He began producing tracks of his own, and in 2007 he had 12"s out on local labels such as Analytic Trail and Globox. Collaborative EPs with Rino Cerrone, Markantonio, and Uto Karem followed, and by 2009 he began releasing material on Adam Beyer's Drumcode label, as well as Chris Liebing's CLR. Italian native Joseph Capriati is praised for his marathon DJ sets, as well as his sharply produced techno and house tracks. Since launching his career in 2007, he has performed at countless festivals and clubs throughout the world, and released dozens of records for labels like Drumcode and CLR. While his singles tend to be functional tech-house and minimal techno tracks, his albums demonstrate his versatility, from the downtempo and drum'n'bass cuts on 2010's Save My Soul to selections on 2020's Metamorfosi that draw from garage house and Goa trance. ~ AllMusic
    Italy
    • Techno
  • JSTJR

    Los Angeles, United States of America
  • Kai Tracid

    Kai Tracid (born as Kai Franz on 17 January 1972 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany) is a trance DJ and producer. The name Tracid originates from the combination of the two music styles Trance and Acid. In 2009 he stopped making music and co-founded a yoga centre. He made his return to the scene in 2020 with the release of his collaborative single 'DT64'.
    Germany
  • KAMI

    Europe
  • Kayzo

    Los Angeles, United States of America
    • Dubstep
    • EDM
    • Electronic
  • Khromata

    A world of sound at her fingertips, Khromata stands in the vanguard of storytelling and sensory manipulation in the modern era. With a finger on the pulse of the global psychedelic electronic scene, she draws the essence of tech-driven music to the surface with DJ sets inspired by the sounds of the underground. Khromata brings her versatile and spirited approach of sound weaving to Iboga Records as the label DJ. Driven by fun, energy, and technical purity, she cannot be summarized by any single set or sound, making every Khromata performance an intoxicating, one-of-a-kind experience. Khromata became enamored with the sounds of Goa trance at a young age in the late 90s, and her passion for psychedelic trance only grew stronger over the past 22 years. Now entering her ninth year of DJing in 2020, Khromata has headlined shows across North America, and has played played coveted DJ slots as direct support for legendary artists in the psytrance scene, playing opening and closing sets for acts such as Astrix, Liquid Soul, Vini Vici, Perfect Stranger, Captain Hook, Ticon, Emok, Atmos, Mad Maxx, Gaspard, Deedrah, and more. ​Khromata’s musical home base is the San Francisco Bay Area in California. She has played all across the state from Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, Shasta, to Monterey and beyond. She’s played across the U.S, in Seattle, Washington, New York, Portland, Oregon, Tampa, Florida, Asheville, North Carolina, Las Vegas, Nevada, Denver, Colorado, and Wisconsin. She has played around the world in places such as London, U.K, Copenhagen, Denmark, Kharkiv, Ukraine, Mexico City, Vancouver, Canada, and Panama. Notable venues and parties include KB18 kødboderne in Denmark, Fabrika.bar in Ukraine, The Steel Yard in London, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, and the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City. She has played five major Dreamstate events, Iboga Records and FM Booking Hologram Show at Dreamstate SoCal 2017, Dreamstate SoCal 2018, Dreamstate SoCal 2019, Dreamstate Mexico, Dreamstate San Francisco, and two club events, Dreamstate at Exchange LA with Ace Ventura, Emok, and Captain Hook, and she played a nearly 4 hour opening set for Vini Vici at a sold out club Mezzanine in San Francisco. She is no stranger to festivals and street fairs, having played Symbiosis Gathering's Oregon Eclipse, Ozora Festival California, she was part of the first psytrance block of music at Lightning in a Bottle 2019, Astral Harvest festival in Canada, four years at Tribal Gathering in Panama, Psytribe’s Spring Frequency events, T.O.U.C.H Samadhi’s Solstice 3 in Asheville, N.C, the Midwest’s Sacred Earth festival by The Chilluminatti, Pulse Family Gathering, Stilldream Festival, Serenity Gathering and more, and has played 8 years for the How Weird Street Faire in San Francisco for the Pulse SF stage. Khromata has been organizing psytrance events with the event production crew Pulse SF since 2012, and also throws her own events, Khromata Nights, in San Francisco, California. So far she has featured S>Range, Martin Vice, DJ Emok, and Jirah. Her debut track release came out in December of 2019, expect more to come from her.
    San Francisco, United States of America
    • Electronic
    • Trance
  • KYGO

    Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll aka Kygo is a Norwegian DJ and record producer who has a reported net worth of $25 million, and he isn't even 30 yet. A lot of that is down to his tireless work rate, which he has managed to keep up even without any shows to play around the world in 2020. In April 2020, he released ‘I'll Wait’ with vocals by Sasha Sloan, and then in the same month put out 'Freedom' with Moroccan-English singer Zak Abel. News of his ‘Golden Hour’ album followed in May, as did another track, this one with OneRepublic, called ‘Lose Somebody’. Another single followed with Valerie Broussard, who he has previously worked with on ‘Think About You’, as did yet another single and then a massive remix of Tina Turner's ‘What's Love Got to Do with It’. All of this recently helped the young star pass four million fans on Instagram, while he has also reported that his ‘Golden Hour’ album has already passed one billion streams on Spotify.
    Norway
    • EDM
    • House
  • LAYZ

    Europe
  • Loud Luxury

    • Dance
    • House
  • Louis The Child

    • Bass
    • Electronic
  • Lucii

    United States of America
    • Dubstep
  • MEEN

    Europe
  • Mrotek

    American artist, Mrotek was born to bring a whole new level of madness to dark and extreme music. Throughout his earlier years, deathcore and progressive metal held his creative focus. In 2009, he redirected his sights to Hardstyle music, drawn by it’s powerful sound and high production value. Twenty years of experience in the creation of music came to fruition when he began producing his own tracks in late 2013. HIS MISSION: to combine his knowledge of music theory with his passion for Raw Hardstyle into a new progressive sound. After a busy year in 2016, his hard work came to a head when Mrotek signed with DWX Anarchy; a raw sub-label of the legendary Dirty Workz Records. With an onslaught of unreleased music on the way, and a massive arsenal of chart topping tracks already released, it’s clear that Mrotek is on a warpath to the top in the years to come.
    United States of America
  • NGHTMRE

    NGHTMRE’s ascent to the upper echelons of dance music stardom has been nothing short of dream-like. His meticulous production and pulsating performances have cemented him as both a festival mainstay and dance music tastemaker. His collaborations with Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, PnB Rock, Wiz Khalifa, and Flux Pavilion have catapulted him across the world, from Tomorrowland in Belgium to World EDC China and Japan
    Los Angeles, United States of America
    • Bass
    • FutureBass
  • Nicole Moudaber

    Nicole Moudaber is an event promoter, record label founder, radio host, and one of the most passionately followed DJ/producers in the world. In-demand all over the world, Moudaber has played everything from intimate after-hours clubs; to revered nightclub institutions like Space, DC10, Fabric, Output and Stereo; to massive festival stages, including Glastonbury, Electric Daisy Carnival (hosting her own MoodRAW stage), and two appearances at Coachella. She’s been featured by the New York Times and CNN, named “one to watch” by Billboard and Paper magazine, and has graced the cover of electronic music magazines in several countries. Her weekly award-winning radio show In The MOOD is syndicated to over 80 FM stations in over 50 countries, commanding over 20 million listeners worldwide. Nicole supports NYC’s Lower Eastside Girls Club, which helps disadvantaged young women pursue their passion for music, and she is an Ambassador for the Association For Electronic Music (AFEM). ~ Deezer
    United Kingdom
    • Electronica
    • Techno
  • Patrick Topping

    Carving a reputation as the contemporary face of British house and techno, Patrick Topping continues to garner widespread acclaim on account of his prolific production prowess and dynamic DJ sets. Soundtracking countless sunrise memories as resident of Jamie Jones’ famed Paradise parties at Ibiza’s DC-10, Patrick’s now 50-release strong back-catalogue is bursting with iconic dance-floor records on labels such as Hot Creations, Truesoul and Relief Records, with further remixes for Calvin Harris and Booka Shade charting Patrick’s meteoric rise. Armed with an arsenal of career defining productions in the form of the Beatport chart-topping ‘Be Sharp Say Nowt’, Green Velvet collaboration ‘Voicemail’, and 2014’s Ibiza track of the season ‘Forget’, Patrick’s far reaching appeal has seen him play numerous festivals including Coachella, Awakenings, Ultra, and Tomorrowland. ~ Soundcloud
    United Kingdom
    • House
    • Techno
  • PLSMA

    Europe
  • Reality Test

    Berlin, Germany
    • Psychedelic
    • Psytrance
    • Trance
  • Said The Sky

    A blend of soaring melodies & emotive basslines, Said The Sky is an experience through music. Playing piano and various instruments since the age of eight, Colorado native Trevor Christensen is coming forward with a fresh perspective on music. Bringing a melodic background and technical training into his work, he is able to capture everything beautiful in what people know as EDM. His music is what he hopes it to be, an experience: a captivating blend of moving basslines and soaring melodies. This is nothing you want to miss.
    United States of America
  • SASI

    Europe
  • Sita Abellán

    • House
    • Techno
  • SLOTH

    Europe
  • SLUGG

    Europe
  • SOLARSTONE

    From scene founding father to, of-late, initiator and flag-bearer for the Pure Trance movement, Solarstone�s enduring influence spans the near length of the genre’s history. Having championed the true nature of trance music from his very first release, the last 24 months have seen Solarstone drive its sound, almost singlehandedly, back up to the top of the genre’s agenda. Through his #PureTrance gospel – modernizing the genre’s heart, whilst maintaining its soul – he captured the mood of the scene with zeitgeist timing. Solarstone’s Pure Trance concept has subsequently spun off into a mix-comp series, Pure Trance shows worldwide (including electronic music capitals like Miami, Ibiza & Amsterdam) and most recently the Pure Trance Recordings label.,Solarstone has long brought his sound to some of the most famous clubs, arenas and festivals on the planet. Most recently those have included Global Gathering, Cream Ibiza, A State Of Trance and Tomorrowland in Europe, whilst further afield he’s rocked TomorrowWorld, Stereosonic, FSOE & numerous others. With ‘RainStarsEternal’, ‘Touchstone’ and most recently ‘Pure’, he’s released a trilogy of critically acclaimed artist albums, whilst releases from Solarstone’s manifold label projects (Touchstone Recordings and Molecule among them) continue to provide the foundation blocks of his inimitable sets. Solaris International – his weekly radio show – enjoys a die-hard fan-base and is now broadcast across some 50 + FM & Internet stations. In October of 2013, off the back of the Pure Trance wave, Solarstone re-entered DJ Mag’s list of the planet’s Top 100 DJs.,Solarstone – The Music: Solarstone’s musical history though stretches back almost as far as the genre itself, with tracks like ‘Solarcoaster’, ‘The Calling’ and ‘Seven Cities’ all hallmark anthems of its pre-millennial period. The latter track – among the first of the Balearic Trance anthems – has been re-released 3 times and has sold in excess of ½ million copies. Remixed in 2002 by Armin Van Buuren, its instantly recognizable sunset/sunrise-sound legacy is still heard in tracks today.,In 2012 Solarstone released the ‘Pure’ album. A reaction to the fragmentation of the trance sound, Solarstone used the album as a means to clarify his position in the genre. Thus far it has spawned five singles, ‘The Spell’ (“a revelation” – EDM Magazine), ‘Fireisland’ (with Aly & Fila), ‘Lovers’, its title track and ‘Falcons’ with Giuseppe Ottaviani (Tune of the Month! – MIXMAG). ‘Pure’ became the natal point for the Pure Trance movement.,Prior to that in 2008, Solarstone put out ‘RainStarsEternal’ – an album described by DJ Mag as: “a consummate all-rounder”. It generated six singles including ‘4ever’ and ‘Late Summer Fields’ (which Richard also sang and wrote lyrics for). ‘Touchstone’, the follow up, was a concerted effort by Richard to chart the inspirations that made up Solarstone’s musical psyche. Press and fans embraced its concept, with Tilllate Magazine branding the album both “fantastic” and “beautifully produced” and MIXMAG labelling its title track “the summer of ‘99 recalibrated and refined for 2010”.,Mix-Comps: Solarstone is best known as the helmsman for two on-going, highly successful mix-compilation projects. Now enjoying two outings, Solarstone Presents Pure Trance has seen him team up with Giuseppe Ottaviani and Orkidea to mix-define the sound of the movement. In October 2013 MIXMAG magazine said of the second release: “Vol.1 was a tough act to follow, but Solarstone Presents Pure Trance 2 is a huge step up”.,Born from his longstanding love of pop art, Electronic Architecture won immediate acclaim for its imaginative concept. It was hailed as “a magical blend of music, art and design” by Tilllate Magazine, a “genuine gem” by DJ Mag and in March 2010 was nominated for an IDMA award in the Best Full Length Mix category. A progressive-trance Yin to the ‘Pure Trance’ Yang, two years later Electronic Architecture² (Or Electronic Architecture Squared) was released to similarly high praise, with MIXMAG’s giving it an Album of the Month award and saying it “captured the essence of what we all love about trance”. Summer of 2014 will see the arrival of the third in the EA series.,Solarstone – The DJ: Solarstone behind a pair of CDJs is something that every electronic dance music lover, planet-wide, should witness at least once in their clubbing lifetimes. Worldwide his Pure Trance shows have captured the imagination of tens of thousands in electronic music hotspots like Miami, Ibiza & Amsterdam. Since learning to spin in the late Nineties, he’s played some of the most renowned names (inc. Global Gathering, Cream Ibiza, A State Of Trance, Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, Stereosonic, FSOE & numerous others) and spun alongside the worlds best-known DJs many times over. Richard’s worldwide travels have also taken him to some of the biggest events and festivals across the globe, and also some of the most remote. Over the years these have included islands in the Philippines, bush parties in Australia and massive festivals in the heart of Brazil.,Solaris International – The Solarstone Show: Solaris International is Richard’s long-running, widely syndicated radio show platform. Its weekly hour-long format includes features like the Progressive and the Uplifting Selections, Not The Kind of Thing We Usually Play, the Big Tune and the Chill Out Moment. From its early cult following, over the last four years the show has developed into a tune-in essential for broad cross-section of the electronic dance community. Solaris International is broadcast across some 50+ FM & Internet stations to a listenership now in excess of 8 million, receiving its first airing on every Tuesday at 18:00 GMT/ 19:00 CET on Afterhours.FM. In the spring of 2014 Solaris International passed its 400th show milestone.,The Labels: In 2014 Solarstone’s cornerstone labels Touchstone Recordings and the more experimental Molecule became a trinity with the launch of Pure Trance Recordings. In partnership with esteemed Dutch music house Black Hole Recordings, it brought a label platform to the movement’s most gifted music makers. Previously he has owned, co-owned and A&Rd and many successful labels, including Solaris Recordings, Deepblue and Crashing Waves. At the start of 2009, Richard launched solarSwarm, an online community record label for die-hard Solarstone fans. In the summer of the same year his insatiable label morphed into solarSwarm Recordings. In a groundbreaking move solarSwarm became the world’s very first social network record label.,Solarstone – The Aliases: In order to showcase different musical perspectives & sounds, Richard has also recorded under a number of pseudonyms. In 2002 he initiated the 80’s-influenced Young Parisians outfit who scored substantial club hits with ‘U Write the Rules’ and ‘Jump the Next Train’. The natural successor to Young Parisians, 2012 saw him reteam with Ben Lost as Federation – a new band-based live act. Drawing on an even greater range of influences, from several decades, it was signed to Oakenfold’s Perfecto Flouro and has so far resulted in 4 Beatport top 10 charting singles.,Solarstone – The Remixes: Over the years Solarstone has always maintained a keen balance between original production tracks and remix works. Most recently he has worked on remixes of Armin van Buuren’s ‘Forever Is Ours’, Alex M.O.R.P.H.�s ‘Eternal Flame’, John O Callaghan ft Ria – I’ll Follow and Delerium’s ‘Days Turn Into Nights’. He has also remixed for A-list names like Paul Oakenfold (‘Bullet in The Gun’), Ferry Corsten (on Moonman’s ‘Galaxia’ and ‘Gabriella’s Sky’) & BT’s ‘Calling Your Name’.,Quotes,What the Magazines say:,“Standby to receive your trance refined, clarified and 100% Pure!” – Tilllate Magazine,“Vol.1 was a tough act to follow, but ‘Solarstone Presents Pure Trance 2’ is a huge step up” MIXMAG magazine,“Pure’ celebrates the feeling you get when you hear a truly outstanding track” – Euphoric Magazine (India),“(‘The Spell’) is a revelation” – EDM Magazine (USA),“A guitar ‘n’ piano soaked goosebump popper (‘Fireisland’)” – DJ Mag UK,“Touchstone’, Solarstone’s new artist album will shake up expectations of what trance should be.” DJ Mag (UK),“Solarstone has definitely delivered an amazing piece of work on Electronic Architecture and understood perfectly how to combine different styles on this compilation.” Raveline,“A magical blend of music, art and design” that “recalls the understated magic of Sasha and Digweed’s first Renaissance albums” Tilllate Magazine (UK),“Electronic Architecture is a very strong and original compilation to say the least. Nothing of the typical uplifting trance sound, but very innovative and one that will last for another 10 years!” Release Magazine (Belgium),“Solarstone has amassed a worldwide following from clubbers and DJs alike”,M8 Magazine (UK),“(Electronic Architecture is) a very different compilation than the ones we are accustomed to hearing… Without resorting to the obvious and commercial, it is one of the best shots of 2009!” DJ Sound Magazine – Brazil,“Solarstone has always been about quality rather than quantity.”,BPM Magazine (Canada),“It (Electronic Architecture²) captures the essence of what we all love about trance – Album of the Month” Mixmag (UK),“Richard Mowatt proves his class. In the times of electro-trance stuffed with buzzing basses, he brings a unique beauty to his sound. It’s the kind of that we have seriously missed.”,DJ Mag (Poland)
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