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  • AK1200

    (29,818 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, drum n bass, dnb

    THE PAST: AK1200, America's original jungle/drum n bass don has been pushing the sound since the music's initial incarnation as hardcore breakbeat. As one of the U.S.

  • Dirtyloud

    (11,230 listeners)

    electro house, electro, dubstep, brazilian

    Dirtyloud is an Electro-House project, formed by Marcus aka Jim and Eduardo aka Du. Their productions stroll among many dance music genres, but progressive/electro house and trance are the main roots. Their debut EP published by Savage Media/Plasmapool, Think Dirty EP reached 5th place with the track "Disco Recordz" on Beatport.

  • Downlink

    (132,533 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, filthstep, basssss

    There are numerous artists named Downlink: 1. Downlink has been punishing dancefloors all over the planet with his heavy brand of dubstep. With roots in Jungle & DnB, he is no stranger to the vile side of subsonic dance music. Growing up in a cold industrial town in British Columbia, Canada, he was first introduced to dubstep in 2007 and soon after took to production.

  • Flux Pavilion

    (528,993 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, bass, filthstep

    Hitting the scene in early 2009 out of Towcester, UK, Joshua Steele (better known as Flux Pavilion) secured himself a solid stance in the dubstep world. His blend of hard smashing rhythms and manic basslines have certainly gained him an audience. Also as a musician he has incorporated his singing and instrumental talent into his tracks.

  • J. Rabbit

    (11,807 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, filthstep, drum'n'bass

    J. Rabbit hails from the Bronx, NY, where he lives and breathes music. He is deathly afraid of zombies, suffers from and delights in synesthesia, and wants to write a song that will make people see green. He specializes in dubstep and DNB with a lot of wobble, sub, rattle & fun!

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

    (13,746 listeners)

    progressive house, electronic, electro, dutch house

    Lucky Date is a side project of 19 year old Jordan Atkins-Loria AKA Retroslap. The sound of Lucky Date is influenced by dirty house and hard club music. For information on remixes, beats, and all other business opportunities contact Jordan Atkins-Loria at retroslap@gmail.com

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

    (8,486 listeners)

    progressive house, house music, dance, club

    Pierce Fulton is a 17 year-old up and coming producer/DJ out of New England, USA. With a strong musical background, he began producing house music in early 2009. Pierce grew up playing guitar and after teaching himself to play multiple instruments including the piano, he immersed himself in house music production.

  • Rusko

    (462,154 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, massive dubstep

    Christopher Mercer, aka Rusko was born in Leeds in 1985 to a musical family. From day one Rusko was surrounded by music. Whether it be his family's pianos, guitars, banjos and saxophones… or the heavy reggae and dub sound systems of later years in Leeds, music has always been an integral part of Rusko’s life.

  • Schoolboy

    (21,823 listeners)

    dubstep, electronica, drum and bass, electro house

    Schoolboy, has quickly established his name in the EDM world after releasing his massive remix of SHM & Knife Party’s “Antidote” which has received an incredible amount of support from Knife Party, who has played the remix at every major festival around the globe.

  • Wolfgang Gartner

    (340,931 listeners)

    electro house, house, electronic, progressive house

    Wolfgang Gartner, (real name: Joey Youngman), is a Californian electro / tech house producer and DJ currently based in Austin, Texas, United States. He was previously known as Joey Youngman and produced deep house until late 2007.