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  • A.G.TrioUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (15,571 listeners)

    electro, dance, house, electronic

    The A.G. Trio is a dancefloor-dedicated project bringing up a thrilling mixture of Pop, House and Breaks to Clubs and Stages.

  • Baasch

    (1,236 listeners)

    synthpop, indie, electronic, alternative

    BAASCH, or Simple, Dark & Romantic. Baasch is synonymous with songwriting talent and a taste for dark, analog sounds.

  • Benjamin Damage

    (8,338 listeners)

    techno, house, tech house, electronic

    It began with the raw energy fueled 'Maximum Carnage' mixtapes with DJ Venom, mixing up Bassline/Niche rhythms with the emerging UK Funky sound.

  • Breakbot

    (251,308 listeners)

    electronic, french, disco, electro

    Breakbot aka Thibaut Berland is a French producer and DJ born in 1981. After studying at the School of Graphic Supinfocom, he made short films (with Oury Atlan and Damien Ferrié called "Overtime."), advertising and videos (David Hallyday - Satellite, Peter von Poehl - The Story of the Impossible). He is also a CG artist with credits including Arthur and the Invisibles.

  • Brodinski

    (71,752 listeners)

    electro, french, electronic, techno

    Brodinski, 1 has his right hand on the hardened minimalist edge and his left hand on the electro party scene. He's part of the fluokids phenomenon. His sets are clean but the tracks are dirty, and the "mix tapes" he offers on his blog never disappoint.

  • Daniel Drumz

    (7,525 listeners)

    funk, jazz, hip-hop, rap

    Daniel Drumz (aka DJ Taśmy). Born in 1985 in Stalowa Wola, lives in Krakow, Poland. DJ, turntablist (v-ce champ @ ITF Poland 2005 Finals in Beat Juggling), producer, record collector. Releases:

  • Delphic

    (424,928 listeners)

    electronic, indie, british, indietronic

    Delphic are an electronic/indie three piece that aims to be the future sound of Manchester, by mixing euphoric electronica with anthemic songs. The group who formed in 2009, is made up of James Cook (vocals and bass), Matt Cocksedge (guitar) and Richard Boardman (synths). They are also accompanied by Dan Hadley on drums.

  • Digitalism

    (925,376 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 Harper

    (59 listeners)

    DJ, radio journalist (Basstion and Funkadelia @ Polskie Radio 4 "Czwórka"), writing for K mag, Laif and Machina...

  • Doc Daneeka

    (12,641 listeners)

    uk funky, electronic, dubstep, house

    "Sometimes things just happen. We all possess a collective memory, binding unrelated people or places together through sheer recollection. Sometimes it’s just the colors that are different. The sensation of moods, the perception of time, aren’t we living the same lives after all? Like shadows cast by buildings over a sunny day, the sun will have to set soon anyhow.

  • Eltron John

    (1,100 listeners)

    deep disco, space disco, soul, valium disco

    Marek Stuczynski, better known as Eltron John, is a Krakow DJ. He’s been spinning records for a few years, and currently hosts the reguar “Ktos Cie Kocha” (Someone Loves You) night in Krakow’s Caryca club, as well as playing all over Poland.

  • Ewan Pearson

    (4,042 listeners)

    tech house, techno, electronic, downtempo

    Ewan Pearson has been making records for a living since 1998. He has recorded as Maas for Soma, releasing six singles and an album, ‘Latitude’, and under a number of other guises including World of Apples and, currently, Partial Arts for Cologne's legendary Kompakt label.

  • Gesaffelstein

    (119,253 listeners)

    techno, electronic, electro, tech house

    Mike Levy, AKA Gesaffelstein, is a French electronic producer based in Paris, France. He has remixed the likes of ZZT, Cassius and Sei A.

  • iamamiwhoami

    (206,508 listeners)

    electronic, ambient, experimental, synthpop

    iamamiwhoami is the electronic music and audiovisual project of Stockholm, Sweden musician and singer-songwriter Jonna Lee in collaboration with her long-time music producer [url=http://iamamiwhoami.wikia.com/wiki/Claes_Björklund

  • Irfane

    (937 listeners)

    house, gilles peterson, breakwave radioshow

    It starts as a laidback (112 BPM) love song, a crooner voice singing “Just a little lovin’, early in the morning, just a little lovin’, early in the day …“. It then turns into a groovy re-edit of the same song, with the voice nicely cut up to match the new tempo (124 BPM). There are some added vocals, but the chorus is really addictive.

  • Jazzanova

    (475,650 listeners)

    jazz, chillout, acid jazz, nu jazz

    Jazzanova is a crew of DJs/producers from Germany (Berlin, Hamburg & Munich), inc' Alexander Barck, Axel Reinemer, Claas Brieler, Jürgen von Knoblauch, Roskow Kretschmann & Stefan Leisering.

  • Kari Amirian

    (13,299 listeners)

    polish, indie, singer-songwriter, female vocalists

    http://www.kariamirian.com/ http://www.myspace.com/kariamirian http://www.youtube.com/user/KariAmirian http://www.twitter.com/kariamirian http://www.soundcloud.com/kari_amirian

  • Last Robots

    (540 listeners)

    live seen, under 2000 listeners, seen live

    The duo Last Robots, previously known as Electricity!, are two Warsaw Djs - Bert & Igor. They've come together over 6 years ago, but each of them has clocked more individual DJ-miles previously.

  • Leftfield

    (663,375 listeners)

    electronic, electronica, techno, dance

    Leftfield are an electronic band formed in 1989 in London, United Kingdom. From 1989 to 2002, Leftfield was a duo of artists and record producers that consisted of Neil Barnes and Paul Daley.

  • Naphta

    (2,088 listeners)

    jungle, dnb, electronic, drum and bass

    There is more than one artist/band named Naphta: 1. Naphta is a DJ and producer hailing from Wrocław, Poland. Also one half of Polish DJ duo, Phat Trakz and host of Wroclaw’s infamous Loud & Clear parties, Naphta takes inspiration from a variety of electronic stylings, with a thick dose of soul and southern rap and acid techno thrown in for good measures.

  • Nina KravizUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (33,624 listeners)

    deep house, house, minimal, techno

    Producer, occasional vocalist, and DJ Nina Kraviz hails from Irkutsk, Siberia -- not exactly a dance music hot spot. Kraviz fell under the spell of house music during the mid-'90s through radio. A few years later, she moved to Moscow for the sake of studying dentistry and was, briefly part of a trio called MySpaceRocket.

  • Oszibarack

    (30,695 listeners)

    electronic, polish, chillout, trip-hop

  • Paul Randolph

    (2,423 listeners)

    na koncercie bylem pilem i dobrze sie bawilem, house, american, vocal house

    Born in Philadelphia, Randolph began his musical journey in Sao Paolo, Brasil at age six where his father, also a musician, was living and working as an engineer.

  • Schlachthofbronx

    (20,067 listeners)

    dubstep, electro, kuduro, electronic

    Rikkin sirens and heavy basslines out of Munich/Germany. www.schlachthofbronx.com www.myspace.com/schlachthofbronx

  • Sorry Boys

    (18,951 listeners)

    polish, alternative, rock, shoegaze

    Sorry Boys is a rock band formed in Poland by: Izabela Komoszyńska - vocal Piotr Blak - guitar Tomasz Dąbrowski - guitar Marcin Ziętek - bass Paweł Stępień - drums

  • The Bloody Beetroots

    (573,950 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.

  • xxxy

    (59,072 listeners)

    dubstep, future garage, electronic, uk funky

    For Korean Artist go to 젝시. Manchester-based producer xxxy (born Rupert Taylor) is known for refining the propulsive, foot-forward sound of UK garage. Currently he's signed to various labels. Over the past year he has been quietly building a solid reputation with milestone releases on Infrasonics and Fortified Audio, as well as featuring on the seminal Fabric compilation "Elevator Music".

  • Zeppy Zep

    (1,577 listeners)

    dubstep, producer, krakow, under 2000 listeners

    This 21-year-old dj/producer from Cracow (PL) is a part of the famed PL Funky movement alongside people like Supra1 (Trouble & Bass) or The Phantom (Senseless Records), first made his mark with the piercing dubstep joint entitled ‘Quality'. Being a many-times collaborator with IDA DJ World Championship, he has worked with the likes of Rafik, Eprom, Aquasky, Ragga Twins and Rob Bankz among others.