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January 8, 2019

Top House And Techno Artists

Who are the top house and techno artists that lit up the dance floor in 2018? Read on to find out.

 

1.      Chekov

Though talked about before coming to the front stage, music producer, Chekov made an impression with his debut record on Shanti Celeste’s Peach Discs. UK clubs have been blasting his dark, mechanical and weirdly enjoyable tracks that connect them with the oddball enjoyable end of German techno.

 

2.      Ciel

Also known as Toronto DJ, Ciel is another artist who debuted through Peach Discs as well, along with promoter, Cindy Li have been striving to highlight the femme and queer talent in urban areas. A combination of deep house, jungle and ambient influences, Li manages to create an abstract version of the 90s.

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3.      Crump

Combining UK garage swing with the deep and rich vibes of dub, Alexander Crump and his ‘Ice & Spheres’ released under Idle Hands label have made him one of the best-selling minimal house track artists.

 

4.      Gabe & Jude

The newest additions to the house scene around Washington DC, the artists hailing from Northern Virginia, with their Smith Switch 12″ was a refreshing change. A pairing of runway techno with a house track which carries across as a homage to the early Junior Boys, it is clear that Gabe & Jude have more to offer in their upcoming release that features a kaleidoscopic take on UK garage.

 

5.      JASSS

Starting as a recording and film editor this Spanish producer carries over her professional touch in her music that combines a little bit of cinematic techno, dub, punk, hardcore, and African and South American rhythms. Her album Weightless which was released under iDEAL was a revolutionary underground gem.

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6.      Jayson Wynters

Detroit techno has found its voice with Wynters’ EP Double Standards in 2017, bringing through it a futuristic take on the rigid tech-house music. Wynters’ music stands apart from the rest of the timeless club tracks by virtue of their gritty nature.

 

7.      Object Blue

Despite having released only a handful of tracks, Object Blue from London has already made a name for herself for her live sets which is an experimental collision of trippy wormhole techno, bass-heavy UK sounds, and wonky rhythms. These beats are bound to make you bust a move.

 

8.      Rosa Terenzi

This Australian newcomer, despite being new to the Vancouver house scene, manages to retain some of the aspects of the same, while breaking through the structure by adding a tough, acid-flecked side to her tracks that are guaranteed to catch the attention of everyone from lo-fi house to gritty techno fans.

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November 14, 2018

Biggest DJs 2018:Guide 101

Instead of looking at ticket sales and money, let’s take at the top sought out and talked-about DJs of the past year.

 

1.      Martin Garrix

This Dutch DJ and record Producer from Amstelveen is currently the closest thing to a child prodigy in the electronic music world. Martijn Garristen, who goes by Martin Garrix, was 17 when his first release Animals took the international music worlds by storm in 2013.

 

2.      Marshmello

Following Garrix is Marshmello, an American electronic music producer and DJ, who first came into the scene through his remixes of songs by Jack Ü and Zedd. The biggest hit since Garrix hit the scene a few years ago, Marshmello is set apart by his pop-EDM end of house tracks, and his distinctive headgear which has helped keep his identity mostly a secret.

 

3.      David Guetta

French DJ, record producer, and songwriter, Pierre David Guetta has been in the music industry since 1984 but set off his solo career to greater heights. His 2009 track When Love Takes Over (ft. Kelly Rowland) was declared to be the best dance-pop collaboration of all time by Billboard in 2013.

 

4.      Calvin Harris

Ever since his breakthrough into the music industry in 2007, Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, has been a strong force in both dance music as well as pop, and has been acclaimed through two AMA wins, two Teen Choice Awards, four MTV Music, and one Grammy award, among others.

 

5.      Tiësto

Tijs Micheil Verwest a.k.a Tiësto is a Dutch DJ and record producer who has been in the industry for over three decades and has been making music that transcends musical genres to create his own global “Tiësto” brand – a combination of his old trance with a pop charm. Forbes has listed Tiësto as one of the world’s highest-earning DJs in 2014, earning a whopping $22million.

 

6.      Deadmau5

Joel Thomas Zimmerman’s alter ego, deadmau5, is a Canadian electronic music producer, DJ, and musician. He is noted as much for his social media outburst as for his unique takes on house music – most notably his set at Tomorrowland 2016 with Eric Prydz which put him at the top of the game.

 

7.      The Chainsmokers

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart constitute this American DJ and production duo, who found their breakthrough into the electronic and electropop industry with their 2014 song ‘#Single’ which was a top 20 song across the world. They have managed to gather a following through their music as well as through some huge collaborations.

 

DJs 2018
January 19, 2018

Top House And Techno Artists

Who are the top house and techno artists that lit up the dance floor in 2018? Read on to find out.

1.      Chekov

Though talked about before coming to the front stage, music producer, Chekov made an impression with his debut record on Shanti Celeste’s Peach Discs. UK clubs have been blasting his dark, mechanical and weirdly enjoyable tracks that connect them with the oddball enjoyable end of German techno.

2.      Ciel

Also known as Toronto DJ, Ciel is another artist who debuted through Peach Discs as well, along with promoter, Cindy Li have been striving to highlight the femme and queer talent in urban areas. A combination of deep house, jungle and ambient influences, Li manages to create an abstract version of the 90s.

3.      Crump

Combining UK garage swing with the deep and rich vibes of dub, Alexander Crump and his ‘Ice & Spheres’ released under Idle Hands label have made him one of the best-selling minimal house track artists.

4.      Gabe & Jude

The newest additions to the house scene around Washington DC, the artists hailing from Northern Virginia, with their Smith Switch 12″ was a refreshing change. A pairing of runway techno with a house track which carries across as a homage to the early Junior Boys, it is clear that Gabe & Jude have more to offer in their upcoming release that features a kaleidoscopic take on UK garage.

5.      JASSS

Starting as a recording and film editor this Spanish producer carries over her professional touch in her music that combines a little bit of cinematic techno, dub, punk, hardcore, and African and South American rhythms. Her album Weightless which was released under iDEAL was a revolutionary underground gem.

6.      Jayson Wynters

Detroit techno has found its voice with Wynters’ EP Double Standards in 2017, bringing through it a futuristic take on the rigid tech-house music. Wynters’ music stands apart from the rest of the timeless club tracks by virtue of their gritty nature.

7.      Object Blue

Despite having released only a handful of tracks, Object Blue from London has already made a name for herself for her live sets which is an experimental collision of trippy wormhole techno, bass-heavy UK sounds, and wonky rhythms. These beats are bound to make you bust a move.

8.      Rosa Terenzi

This Australian newcomer, despite being new to the Vancouver house scene, manages to retain some of the aspects of the same, while breaking through the structure by adding a tough, acid-flecked side to her tracks that are guaranteed to catch the attention of everyone from lo-fi house to gritty techno fans.

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January 10, 2018

Biggest DJs 2018

Instead of looking at ticket sales and money, let’s take at the top sought out and talked-about DJs of the past year.

1.      Martin Garrix

This Dutch DJ and record Producer from Amstelveen is currently the closest thing to a child prodigy in the electronic music world. Martijn Garristen, who goes by Martin Garrix, was 17 when his first release Animals took the international music worlds by storm in 2013.

2.      Marshmello

Following Garrix is Marshmello, an American electronic music producer and DJ, who first came into the scene through his remixes of songs by Jack Ü and Zedd. The biggest hit since Garrix hit the scene a few years ago, Marshmello is set apart by his pop-EDM end of house tracks, and his distinctive headgear which has helped keep his identity mostly a secret.

3.      David Guetta

French DJ, record producer, and songwriter, Pierre David Guetta has been in the music industry since 1984 but set off his solo career to greater heights. His 2009 track When Love Takes Over (ft. Kelly Rowland) was declared to be the best dance-pop collaboration of all time by Billboard in 2013.

4.      Calvi Harris

Ever since his breakthrough into the music industry in 2007, Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, has been a strong force in both dance music as well as pop, and has been acclaimed through two AMA wins, two Teen Choice Awards, four MTV Music, and one Grammy award, among others.

5.      Tiësto

Tijs Micheil Verwest a.k.a Tiësto is a Dutch DJ and record producer who has been in the industry for over three decades and has been making music that transcends musical genres to create his own global “Tiësto” brand – a combination of his old trance with a pop charm. Forbes has listed Tiësto as one of the world’s highest-earning DJs in 2014, earning a whopping $22million.

 

6.      Deadmau5

Joel Thomas Zimmerman’s alter ego, deadmau5, is a Canadian electronic music producer, DJ, and musician. He is noted as much for his social media outburst as for his unique takes on house music – most notably his set at Tomorrowland 2016 with Eric Prydz which put him at the top of the game.

7.      The Chainsmokers

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart constitute this American DJ and production duo, who found their breakthrough into the electronic and electropop industry with their 2014 song ‘#Single’ which was a top 20 song across the world. They have managed to gather a following through their music as well as through some huge collaborations.

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