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  • Brodinski

    (73,612 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.

  • Chuckie

    (155,517 listeners)

    house, dance, electronic, electro house

    Chuckie’s leading mixing skills and distinctive productions not only show an indispensable complement to the Dutch dance industry, the international dance-scene has also been giving him a warm welcome. Driven by ambition, enthusiasm and pure passion for music, his characteristic set makes the crowd go wild and his many productions reflect his true visionary in his craft works.

  • Cut Chemist

    (233,127 listeners)

    turntablism, hip-hop, trip-hop, electronic

    Cut Chemist is the performing name of Lucas MacFadden, a solo turntablist. He is a former member of the funk Latin band Ozomatli, and of the underground rap group Jurassic 5. He became known through the Los Angeles-based rap group Unity Committee, and debuted on vinyl on the B-Side of Unity Committee's 1993 single, Unified Rebelution.

  • Dirtyphonics

    (66,447 listeners)

    drum and bass, electronic, dubstep, jungle

    Dirtyphonics is a French electronic music band from Paris, consisting of members Charly, PitchIn, and Pho. Their music style is based on electro, dubstep, drumstep, drum and bass and trap.

  • Duck Sauce

    (412,855 listeners)

    house, electronic, disco house, funky

    Duck Sauce is an American-Canadian DJ duo consisting of A-Trak and Armand van Helden. The duo are signed to Fool's Gold Records. The pair aim to produce disco house tracks that will appeal to club DJs.

  • Excision

    (293,522 listeners)

    dubstep, darkstep, electronic, grime

    There are at least five artists called Excision. 1) Excision is the alias of Jeff Abel, an electronic musician from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. A producer of dubstep, drum and bass, and breakbeat, Abel is known for his dark, bass-heavy music, incorporating the morphing basslines of drum and bass, the aggressive energy of metal, and the laid-back vibes of hip-hop.

  • Fareoh

    (4,347 listeners)

    seen live

  • Felix Cartal

    (95,262 listeners)

    electro, electronic, dirty electro, canadian

    Felix Cartal is from Vancouver, Canada. He Had three Releases in 2007: Drugs (January 2007), Parisienne (May 2007) & Montreal Dreams (September 2007). He also has a couple of remixes; Dragonette, MSTRKRFT, Ashley Simpson, Britney Spears, Hostage & Moving Units. He released his first album: Popular Music, on February 23rd of 2010.

  • Helicopter Showdown

    (32,817 listeners)

    dubstep, filthstep, filth, electronic

    -------------------------------- The Bay Area Voltron production force known as Helicopter Showdown is the largest outfit in the game, consisting of Devan Day, Ryan Wade, Joshua Small, and Blake Powers. Said to be the "Wu Tang" of Dubstep, these west coast bass monsters have been turning heads with their unique sound of ridiculously heavy and beautifully melodic dance music world wide.

  • Holy Fuck

    (255,789 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, post-rock, instrumental

    Holy Fuck is an electronic rock band based in Toronto, Canada in 2004. Their current line-up includes original and core members Brian Borcherdt and Graham Walsh along with Matt Schulz on drums and Matt McQuaid on bass.

  • Holy Ghost!

    (277,759 listeners)

    electronic, dance, disco, space disco

    Holy Ghost! is a synth-pop duo from Brooklyn, NY, formed by Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser of the now-defunct group Automato. Presently they are backed by a full live band for their tours.

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

    (30,307 listeners)

    progressive metal, guitar virtuoso, thrash metal, metal

    There are two musicians named James Murphy. 1) James Murphy (born 1970, raised in Princeton Junction, New Jersey) is a musician, producer, deejay, and co-founder of dance-punk label DFA Records.

  • Kill the Noise

    (213,778 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, electro, electro house

    Jake Stanczak, known by his stage names Ewun and Kill the Noise, is a drum and bass, dubstep and house producer from Rochester, New York. He now produces out of Los Angeles, California, United States. He has worked with many artists including Spor, Evol Intent, Infiltrata, The Upbeats and Dieselboy. Ewun has also appeared on many compilation albums.

  • Laidback Luke

    (194,841 listeners)

    house, electronic, electro, techno

    Laidback Luke (born Luke van Scheppingen, 22 October 1976 in Manila, Philippines) is a Dutch DJ and producer.

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

    (67,553 listeners)

    dubstep, grime, electronic, bass

    NiT GriT is the devious machination of 24 year old San Jose, California native, Danny Beall. A relative newcomer to the scene, Dan has rapidly gained a substantial following. Influenced by genres such as IDM, D&B, Glitch, and Breakcore, Dan has spent the past 4 years producing and experimenting under several different monikers.

  • Oliver

    (99,817 listeners)

    house, 60s, psychedelic, electronic

    There are at least seven artists with this name, the most important being William Oliver Swofford, who rose to fame as “Oliver” singing “Good Mornin’ Starshine” in the late 1960’s. 1) An electronica duet from Los Angeles

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    (193 listeners)

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

    (79,223 listeners)

    electronic, house, electronica, dfa

    Marcus Lambkin began DJing in 1992 after moving to NYC from Dublin. There he got together with some friends to play dance music on a Sunday night at the now famous rock venue, Brownies. After learning the ropes at Brownies, Marcus made a mix tape and handed it out to three venues in the hopes of getting some work.

  • Sofi

    (7,688 listeners)

    dubstep, drum and bass, queens, dubstep pop

    SOFI (SomeOtherFemaleinterest) As the voice behind deadmau5 singles “Sofi Needs A Ladder” and “One Trick Pony” from his new album 4x4=12 (Ultra Music), show, music and acting influence and shape Sofi’s life.

  • Steve Aoki

    (325,970 listeners)

    electronic, electro, dance, tech house

    Steve Aoki, the DJ/Producer, grew up in Newport Beach, CA, and went to college at UCSB. In his early 20s, he founded his own label, Dim Mak Records, in 1996.

  • The Crystal Method

    (802,334 listeners)

    electronic, big beat, breakbeat, techno

    The Crystal Method is a Big beat/Breaks duo comprising Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland. Formed in 1993, The Crystal Method is the most recent stop in a string of projects that led them from their native Las Vegas (and some forgettable four-track stabs at Vocal jazz music), to the early-'90s L.

  • Tiësto

    (1,391,030 listeners)

    trance, electronic, dance, techno

    Tiësto is a performer who has transcended musical genres to create a global “Tiësto” brand. His achievements include: a Grammy nomination, numerous MTV awards, performing at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games to an audience of billions, and even a wax statue at Madame Tussauds.