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  • Dan Bell

    (219 listeners)

  • Derek Plaslaiko

    (1,276 listeners)

    techno, detroit, the bunker, electro

    Some people filter through the record bins, taking what are on the wall or record store employee suggestions.

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

    (29,261 listeners)

    dubstep, chillout, electronic, dub

    Having discovered Dubstep in 2007, DFRNT jumped at the opportunity to try his hand at production. He had worked on a number of styles in the past, all developing out of his previous production work on mashups and bootlegs. Within a few weeks, he had worked up a furious remix of Dead Prez’s “Hip Hop” and with a solid base of feedback, decided to work on a number of entirely original tracks.

  • Distal

    (10,828 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, bass, alternative rock

    Distal is a DJ and producer from Atlanta, Georgia. He's founder of the label Embassy Recordings, producing a wide variety of bass music.

  • Doc Scott

    (38,956 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, drum n bass, dnb

    Doc Scott (b. Scott McIlroy), was the recipient of the first release on the influential Metalheadz Recordings -- which he co-founded with Goldie -- and an early inspiration on the jungle star, Doc Scott began producing records in the early days of the '90s, when jungle was in its tender infancy.

  • Hatcha

    (25,535 listeners)

    dubstep, all, electronic, london

    No one DJ or indeed producer can claim sole credit for dubstep. But when the history of the genre gets told, no DJ has ever had, or perhaps ever will again have so much influence over the course of the genre as Hatcha. It’s no overstatement to say the entire genre bares his stamp.

  • Jacques Greene

    (119,318 listeners)

    future garage, house, electronic, techno

    Jacques Greene is a young house producer from Montreal with a deep, deep taste for techno, rnb, ukf and Chicago house. His first 12" was Baby (I Don’t Know What You Want) was released in 2010 on Night Slugs.

  • Jeff Mills

    (113,322 listeners)

    techno, detroit techno, electronic, minimal

    In the course of the eighties Jeff Mills was an influential radio DJ on WJLB under the pseudonym The Wizard. Mills' sets were a highlight of the nightly show from "The Electrifying Mojo," Charles Johnson. Complimenting Mojo's eclectic playlists, Mills would spin obscure detroit techno, hiphop, electro, freestyle, miami bass, chicago house and classic new wave tracks.

  • Joe Nice

    (401 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, bass, dub

    From a city notorious for it’s gun violence and the appropriation of the Lyn Collins’ ‘Think About It’ drum-break, comes Joe Nice – Baltimore’s ardent ambassador of the UK dubstep movement. Radio-DJ and resident at NYC’s Dubwar parties, Joe Nice has been there from the early days pushing the dubstep sound over the North American airwaves.

  • Rick Wade

    (18,508 listeners)

    deep house, house, detroit house, detroit

    One of Detroit's best kept secrets, Rick Wade has been producing late night tracks and tapping into the essence of deepness since the '90's.

  • Vincent Lemieux

    (108 listeners)

    montreal, techno, electronic, dj