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  • 2 Many DJ's

    (113,719 listeners)

    electronic, mashup, dance, electro

    Soulwax, headed by David and Stephen Dewaele, is an alternative rock band hailing from Ghent, Belgium.

  • Aardvarck

    (25,822 listeners)

    idm, electronic, techno, dubstep

    Aardvarck or Aardvärck (real name: Mike Kivits, born 1965) is a Dutch DJ and producer from the town of 's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch).

  • Applescal

    (21,799 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, techno, minimal techno

    Applescal's real name is Pascal Terstappen. This ambitious bedroomproducer was born in Haarlem, the Netherlands, 20 years ago. He lived most of his life in Breda, where he came in touch with electronic music and software synthesisers. After four years of messing around he finally began to recognise the sounds of his computer as being the music he had always heard in his head.

  • Ari Daily

    (3 listeners)

    seen live

  • Boemklatsch

    (9,095 listeners)

    electronic, hip-hop, electro, lowlands 2009

    Boem, klatsch. Kick, snare. It’s as simple as that. The Boemklatsch dj-collective is a colourful creative and energetic group of friends who give a tear-the-roof-of guarantee to everyone who books them. The crew is known to be ahead of the pack in all types of uplifting electronic music, and they still don’t mind partying harder then their audience.

  • Chris Cunningham

    (350 listeners)

    video, roskilde 2011, electronic, experimental

    Chris Cunningham is a director of music, commercial & art videos. He first made a name for himself in the early-90s, in art departments of major motion picture co's - designing robots / creatures for Clive Barker & David Fincher. His work on Judge Dredd (1995), led to work on A.I.: Artificial Intelligence (with Stanley Kubrick, 'till his passing - completed with Steven Spielberg).

  • Chromeo

    (728,230 listeners)

    electronic, funk, electro, dance

    Chromeo is an electrofunk duo based in Montreal, Canada and New York City. They are P-Thugg (Patrick Gemayel) on keyboards, synthesizers and talk box, and Dave 1 (David Macklovitch) on guitar and lead vocals. The two were best friends since childhood and officially formed the band in 2002. They describe themselves as the only successful Arab/Jewish collaboration since the beginning of time.

  • Cursed P

    (42 listeners)

    techno, house, electronica, electro

    Exposed to the first signs of an exciting new culture in the beginning of the 90’s, house music and acid were on the rise and grabbed the attention of the yet-to-begin-dj. Own-recorded local radio shows made him familiar with the leading artists and different genres, but also learned him how to DJ and measured an interest in rare records.

  • Die Antwoord

    (398,346 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, afrikaans, next level beats

    Formed in Cape Town, South Africa during Spring 2009, Die Antwoord is an Afrikaans futuristic rap rave crew consisting of Ninja (Watkin Tudor "Waddy" Jones of MaxNormal.TV) and Yo-Landi Vi$$er. DJ Hi-Tek keeps the beats nice and dirty.

  • Digitalism

    (942,750 listeners)

    electronic, electro, dance, german

    Digitalism is an electro house duo founded in 2004 in Hamburg, Germany and consisting of Jens 'Jence' Moelle and İsmail 'Isi' Tüfekçi. They are signed to French label Kitsuné Music.

  • Dj Gomes

    (49 listeners)

    seen live

  • Drop the Lime

    (65,705 listeners)

    breakcore, dubstep, electronic, experimental

    Everyone comes from somewhere, but some people wear the cities they’re from like badges of honour. Drop the Lime is Luca Venezia, one of those people whose identity is intrinsically connected to his hometown – New York City.

  • Ensemble Klang

    (182 listeners)

    experimental, classical, netherlands, avant-garde

    Formed in 2003, Ensemble Klang's unique instrumentation ranges from a quiet, fragile intimacy to the punchy power of a big-band. They perform complex music, requiring virtuosic accuracy and precision, with the energy, drive and passion of a band.

  • Erol Alkan

    (52,041 listeners)

    electronic, electro, electronica, techno

    At the end of 2006, Erol Alkan was at a crossroads. He’d been voted DJ of the year by Mixmag. He’d made landmark, expectation-defying remixes for bands he loved: a crunching “glam racket” reworking of ‘Do You Want To’ for Franz Ferdinand, a wonderfully wistful reinterpretation of Hot Chip’s ‘Boy From School’…

  • Floating Points

    (88,075 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, deep house, chillout

    Citing names as varied as Theo Parrish, Dorothy Ashby and Stravinsky as major influences on his work, it is not hard to see that Floating Points (Samuel T.

  • Goose

    (244,139 listeners)

    electronic, electro, belgian, new rave

    (1) Dance/electro rock band from Kortrijk, Belgium. (2) Post- Rock/Noise Band from Thailand (3) 16 piece Funk Band, Adelaide, Australia (4) Rock Band Cicinnati, Ohio, USA (5) Dark Ambient project by Brett Lunceford

  • Hudson Mohawke

    (206,952 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, hip-hop, instrumental hip-hop

    Hudson Mohawke, (b. Ross Birchard), also known as DJ Itchy, Hudson Mo or Hud Mo, is an Electronic music producer/DJ from Glasgow, Scotland, affiliated with the LuckyMe collective of musicians and artists. He is signed to Warp Records and G.O.O.D. Music. Hudson released his debut album Butter in October 2009.

  • Jeroen Rijskamp

    (5 listeners)

  • Jónsi

    (377,087 listeners)

    icelandic, ambient, experimental, indie

    Jónsi is a pseudonym of, at least, two Icelandic artists: 1) Jón Þór Birgisson is the lead singer and guitarist for Sigur Rós and half of Jónsi & Alex, known for his soft falsetto voice . He released his solo debut album, Go, on April 6, 2010.

  • Knalpot

    (1,676 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, incubate, incubate 2009

    Knalpot is an experimental / free jazz crossed with electronic duo from Amsterdam, Netherlands formed around 2007.

  • Lady Aida

    (15 listeners)

    seen live

  • longmen

    (0 listeners)

    seen live

  • M.I.A.

    (1,564,412 listeners)

    hip-hop, electronic, female vocalists, dance

    There are five known artists under this name: (1) Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam, (born 18 July 1975 in Hounslow, London, U.K.) is a British artist of Sri Lankan descent.

  • Martyn

    (110,303 listeners)

    dubstep, techno, electronic, drum and bass

    1) Martyn’s unique strand of bass defies easy categorisation - to his fans and admirers, it’s known simply as ‘Martyn Music.

  • Mixhell

    (18,319 listeners)

    electronic, electro, house, funk

    Igor “Iggor” Cavalera, famed ex-drummer (and founding member) of Brazillian Death Metal band Sepultura Iggor left Sepultura in June of 2006 and took on another life as a Electronic Music DJ and producer in partnership with his wife.

  • Modeselektor

    (421,771 listeners)

    electronic, idm, electro, techno

    Modeselektor is an electronic music band formed in Berlin, featuring Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary. The group draws heavily from IDM, glitch, electro and hip hop. Modeselektor produces all its material with self-developed software in Max/MSP and MIDI controllers.

  • Monolake

    (156,872 listeners)

    minimal, idm, electronic, ambient

    Monolake was formed in 1995 as the duo of Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke, although on later albums the group consisted of Henke alone, with Behles focusing his time on running the Ableton software company. Their sound can generally be described as minimal techno filled with nice touch of fine tech dub, although the 1999 Gobi.

  • Paul Chambers

    (36,747 listeners)

    jazz, bass, hard bop, jazz bass

    There are at least three artists who have recorded under the name of Paul Chambers. 1. Paul Laurence Dunbar Chambers, Jr. (April 22, 1935, Pittsburgh, PA, USA – January 4, 1969, New York City, NY) was a leading jazz double bassist.

  • Pete Concrete

    (116 listeners)

    eat concrete, electronic, eat concrete records, under 2000 listeners

    DJ/producer/label-owner with a broad taste for all sorts of electronics. Started DJ-ing at the age of fourteen, initially greatly inspired by early Detroit techno, acidhouse, hiphop and the Manchester scene. Soon got involved in organising parties, started the influential Mononom collective with his friends and founded the Mononom label on which he released his first tracks.

  • Ramadanman

    (98,185 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, dub, downtempo

    David Kennedy’s work as Ramadanman and Pearson Sound has always had a particular slant and a percussively textured style all of his own that’s often layered with thick and potent bass frequencies and synth washes - but it seems like with recent material like ‘Work Them’ (released on Loefah’s Swamp81 imprint) Kennedy is simply toying with the world’s expectations of him.

  • Robob

    (7 listeners)

    seen live

  • SBTRKT

    (507,328 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep, future garage, uk garage

    SBTRKT is Aaron Jerome, a producer based in London. He performs behind a mask every time he plays out. 5 things about SBTRKT: 1) His live show includes his main collaborator Sampha on vocals and keyboards. 2) The name came about to create a musical identity separate from any single person.

  • Sgt Pokes

    (4 listeners)

  • Shed

    (46,265 listeners)

    techno, minimal, dub techno, minimal techno

    There are at least three bands/artists with the name Shed. (1) A German techno musician, (2) a lo-fi punk band from Redmond, Washington and (3) a straight edge death metal band from Lappeenranta. (1) Shed (Rene Pawlowitz), Germany:

  • Skream

    (375,478 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, dub

    Skream is the electronic music producer and DJ Ollie Jones from Croydon, South London. One of dubstep's first and most prominent producers, he is often hailed as the 'ambassador' of the genre.

  • Slagsmålsklubben

    (178,660 listeners)

    electronic, bitpop, swedish, synthpop

    Slagsmålsklubben (often abbreviated as SMK) is an electro/pop group from Norrköping, Sweden. The name Slagsmålsklubben is the literal Swedish translation of "The Fight Club", referring to the popular novel and movie. They have released four full length albums so far. Along with their side projects, they have been featured on Björk's compilation CD Army of Me: Remixes and Covers.

  • Sleigh Bells

    (620,373 listeners)

    electronic, noise pop, lo-fi, experimental

    Sleigh Bells is an electronic and noise pop duo formed in 2008 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. The band members are Alexis Krauss (vocalist, lyricist) and Derek E. Miller (songwriter, guitarist, producer). Miller was formerly the guitarist for the hardcore band Poison the Well, and Krauss was a member of the teen pop group RubyBlue.

  • Soulwax

    (463,470 listeners)

    electronic, alternative, rock, indie

    Soulwax, headed by David and Stephen Dewaele, is an electronic and alternative band hailing from Ghent, Belgium with traces as early as 1992. Though the Dewaele Brothers have created several major albums under this moniker, they are perhaps best-known for their influential contributions to the bastard pop genre under the name Fucking Dewaele Brothers and 2 Many DJ's.

  • The Bloody Beetroots

    (584,346 listeners)

    electro, electronic, dance, italian

    The Bloody Beetroots are an electro and dance music duo from Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza, Italy. Formed in late 2006 by Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, an international indie producer, and DJ Tommy Tea. Often compared with French duo Justice and Italian DJ duo Crookers, the duo wear Grendel masks while performing.

  • The Living Islands

    (344 listeners)

    Still shrouded in clouds of mystery and speculation, The Living Islands are twisted pop in tropical thunderstorms, doom disco on nightly beaches. The Islands were recently invited by 2manyDJs to play at their annual Soulwaxmas festival.

  • The Twelves

    (73,978 listeners)

    electronic, brazilian, electro, electroclash

    From Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, The Twelves were formed by the duo João Miguel and Luciano Oliveira in 2005. The name came from the strange coincidence of their birth dates: 12th July 1980.

  • Underworld

    (969,617 listeners)

    electronic, techno, electronica, dance

    Underworld are a British electronic group formed in 1986 in Romford, Essex, England, by Karl Hyde (vocals, guitar, production) and Rick Smith (keyboards, production), assisted by Darren Price (keyboards, production) when playing live.

  • Vox

    (15,278 listeners)

    goa, psytrance, rock, goa trance

    Disambiguation: there are actually at least seven artists that have released CDs under the name "VOX." In rough chronological order:

  • Zombie Nation

    (302,365 listeners)

    electronic, techno, electro, trance

    Zombie Nation is a German techno and electro project of the Munich based DJ and producer Florian Senfter (aka Splank!). Until 1999 Emanuel Guenther (aka Mooner) was also involved in the project.