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  • Adam Port

    (17,027 listeners)

    minimal, house, dj, polish

  • AKA AKA

    (22,679 listeners)

    minimal, minimal techno, tech house, techno

    Cotumo & The Ascent met behind the decks in spring 2008 at one of those openair parties which start as a gathering for friends and overflow in a park-rave of thousand euphoric people. COTUMO

  • Andhim

    (45,140 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, tech house, german

    Andhim – the new boys in town It was spring 2010 when the Cologne natives decided to kick their butts and get out of their studio to show their beats to the world.

  • Andy Düx

    (254 listeners)

    techno, minimal, minimal techno, hard techno

  • Anthony Rother

    (141,070 listeners)

    electro, electronic, techno, minimal

    Anthony Rother is an electronic music composer, producer and label owner living in Frankfurt, Germany. He is one of the artists responsible for the turn-of-the-millennium revival of the electro genre, which was originally introduced in the late 1970's by the German band Kraftwerk, who have had a major influence on Rother's music.

  • Ben Klock

    (62,531 listeners)

    techno, minimal, minimal techno, electronic

    Berlin born DJ, producer and label owner Ben Klock is without a doubt one of the most significant characters in techno’s recent history. A resident at Berghain since its opening in 2004, he has been able to leave his mark on the club’s unique sound, in turn the special space influenced Klock’s approach as a DJ and producer as well.

  • Ben Nicky

    (11,704 listeners)

    trance, tech-trance, uplifting trance, hardtrance

    DJ, Producer and Label manager Ben Nicky is one of the brightest new stars on the trance scene at the moment. His next release due to be out later this summer ‘Special Moment’ is now signed to arguably the biggest record label in trance, Paul Van Dyk’s, Vandit Digital, His skill behind the decks has earned him a residency at the Syndicate Superclub in Bristol as well as appearances at events run by all the major brands on the scene. He was nominated for ‘best newcomer’ at the prestigious worldwide trance awards last year as well as having his interview published on their website. Ben also owns and runs Abstract Recordings, one of the UK’s best and most successful up and coming record labels, with support coming from all the major trance DJs.

  • Bingo Players

    (309,471 listeners)

    house, electronic, techno, dirty house

    Bingo Players (Paul Bäumer & Maarten Hoogstraten) have been left gasping for air after a seriously hectic year with bookings in the Netherlands and abroad.

  • Buchecha

    (4,319 listeners)

    schranz, hard techno, funk, hardtechno

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

    (84,275 listeners)

    techno, minimal, female vocalists, russian rock

    There are more artists using this name: 1) Butch is a DJ, producer and remixer. As soon as he steps behind the decks or into his studio his only ambition is to find the perfect sound which transforms the dancefloor into an ecstatic crowd.

  • Chris Liebing

    (53,665 listeners)

    techno, schranz, hard techno, electronic

    Chris Liebing had his first residency as a DJ in a small club called "Red Brick" 1991 in Giessen, near Frankfurt. Already in the beginning of 1995 the club had to close down and Chris began working for Eye-Q Records in Frankfurt. During that period, he met his friend and partner Andre Walter.

  • Cyberpunkers

    (36,633 listeners)

    electro, electronic, house, electrotech

    Started in february 2005 The project by producers Massi Arena and Fabio Liuzzi is based on a solid research for new sounds. Cyberpunkers produce their first single, Sex Machine, with Excess Music. In 2005 Sex Machine was supported by Pete Tong, Eric Prydz, Carl Cox, Eric Morillo, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso.

  • Da Hool

    (94,199 listeners)

    techno, trance, electronic, house

    Bald-headed Da Hool (real name Frank Tomiczek) was a child of the exploding German club scene of the late '80s.

  • DAG

    (6,641 listeners)

    funk, rock, groove, soul funk

    Dag were 1) an American funk band who released 2 albums, Righteous (1994) and Apartment #635 (1998). The line-up comprised of Bobby Patterson (vocals/bass), Brian Dennis (guitar), Doug Jervey (keyboards) and Kenny Soule (drums). Both albums were engineered and produced by John Custer who is given song-writing credits along with featuring on several tracks playing the guitar.

  • Dapayk

    (6,159 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, techno, minimal techno

    The man behind Dapayk is Niklas Worgt, who has been producing since `93. When he started out, he tried different styles, that were breakbeat and drum'n bass influenced. With several projects, such as "Sonstware", "Persona non grata" and "Frauds in White" he developed a versatility and a good feeling for not getting stuck in one genre.

  • Dennis Sheperd

    (27,622 listeners)

    trance, progressive trance, progressive house, uplifting trance

    Dennis was born in September 1985 in Germany (Essen, Northrhine-Westfalia). He discovered the sound of Electronical Dance Music in 1998 and his interest in this genre grew and finally transformed into the love that he feels today. In 2004 he began creating his own music although he didn't possess any basic knowledge and he had never played an instrument before.

  • Dominik Eulberg

    (212,848 listeners)

    minimal, minimal techno, electronic, techno

    Dominik Eulberg, born in 1978 in Westerwald, Germany is an electronic music artist and DJ who has released numerous singles as well as full-length albums on labels such as Cocoon Recordings and Traum Schallplatten. He occasionally works as park ranger in German National parks, an occupation he plans to pursue full time in the near future after retiring from music.

  • Dr. Motte

    (1,856 listeners)

    techno, german, european, seen dj

    Dr. Motte is the creator of Love Parade, a very popular rave based event in Berlin, Germany every summer, supporting love for everyone and everything expressed by this dance culture. He's a guru in the techno world.

  • Dubfire

    (89,233 listeners)

    minimal, house, progressive house, electronic

    Dubfire (aka Ali Shirazinia)--one half of the Grammy Award winning and four-time nominated electronic music duo Deep Dish--has joined forces with Global Underground for the April 10 release of his first solo mix album Dubfire GU31 – Taipei.

  • Extrawelt

    (189,681 listeners)

    minimal, minimal techno, techno, electronic

    Extrawelt is the latest project from Hamburg's Arne Schaffhausen and Wayan Raabe, otherwise known as tech-trance duo Midi Miliz.

  • Falko Niestolik

    (3,343 listeners)

    chillout, lounge, house, electronic

    One of the most talented Dj`s in our days, he`s playing with David Guetta, J. Garrault, Fuck me i`m famous and many more. side project is Niestolik& Richter where he does chill out music, check it out on: www.clubland-records.com

  • Felix Kröcher

    (15,282 listeners)

    schranz, hard techno, techno, hardtechno

    “100% VINYL, NO ADDITIVES. HIS STYLE SENDS YOU OVER THE EDGE. THIS MAN IS BATTLING HIS WAY TO THE TOP, AND HE LOOKS UNSTOPPABLE.” Mayday Poland about FELIX KRÖCHER

  • Ferry Corsten

    (557,300 listeners)

    trance, electronic, progressive trance, dance

    Ferry Corsten is a Dutch DJ, producer and recorder who first started out in 1991 producing underground hardcore gabber tracks. He soon expanded into clubhouse and trance music. But don't put Ferry into the trance corner, because his sound encompasses several genres of electronic music.

  • Frank Sonic

    (166 listeners)

    butan, sound of poison, techno, seen live

  • Hardfloor

    (65,664 listeners)

    techno, acid, acid techno, electronic

    Hardfloor are the Berlin, Germany based duo Oliver Bondzio and Ramon Zenker. Hardfloor are best known for the Acid Techno track Acperience 1, one of the genre's defining records and a key influence on the trance sound that dominated European techno through the 90s.

  • Hardwell

    (272,013 listeners)

    house, progressive house, electro house, dance

    Music maturity came swiftly for the now seasoned-veteran Robbert van de Corput, better known as Hardwell. At the age of 25, the young Dutch titan capped off a 10 year journey when he was crowned World’s No.1 DJ in the 2013 DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll cementing his position as the electronic scenes newest superstar DJ and becoming the youngest ever winner of the coveted Top 100 DJs award.

  • Ian Carey

    (148,832 listeners)

    house, dance, electronic, electro house

    See also The Ian Carey Project. Ian Carey. He is a Multi-Platinum artist with multiple world wide top 10 hits. He’s sold millions of records across every format. He has over 50 million YouTube views. He's dj’ed in over 50 countries, produces the biggest house anthems AND runs his own label – GFAB Records.

  • Jenny Furora

    (15 listeners)

  • John Dahlbäck

    (298,426 listeners)

    house, electronic, minimal, electro

    Born in Stockholm, Sweden 1985. Moved to a small village outside Stockholm at an early age. Both his mother and father are musicians, and almost everyone in his family too. Got in touch with house music by his older cousin Jesper Dahlbäck and John started to produce the music after that.

  • Jon Asher

    (661 listeners)

    pop, dance, electronica, club

    Electronic musician, and Phoenix, Arizona native Jon Asher has capitalized during this “Independent musician revolution”.

  • Kerstin Eden

    (121 listeners)

    techno, abstract, frankfurt, lnz

  • Klaudia Gawlas

    (1,128 listeners)

    techno, electronic, minimal, dark techno

    Klaudia Gawlas has always been fascinated by music. First she tried to play the guitar and keyboards and later she used some music software to create sounds. Of course, she also went to raves and excessive parties.

  • Laserkraft 3D

    (61,768 listeners)

    electronic, techno, german, minimal

    After being banned from their home planet because of partying too hard, their space shuttle struck earth. Laserkraft 3D combine original backgrounds from the Rock and DJ scene with full energy into abnormal laser-techno. It's rumored this drives the audience with unruly thrust both into dirty tech-house-underground and obscene electro-rave orbits.

  • Len Faki

    (0 listeners)

    techno, minimal, minimal techno, electronic

    Len Faki (also known under his long-term pseudonym lamonde) was born and raised in the South of Germany where he started his career as successful producer of electronic music. He took his first steps towards international reputation in the mid-90s with his project Lexicon on the renowned House Label Plastic City before he founded two highly acclaimed Techno labels: Monoid and Feis.

  • M.A.N.D.Y.

    (99,266 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, minimal techno, house

    With an ear for the tunes and an innate understanding of what works on the dancefloor M.A.N.D.Y. are on a seemingly never-ending circuit of the globe with their in-demand DJ sets. From their first meeting as 15-year-olds on a tennis court, the 2 young men who dreamed of making a career of music, parties and having fun have come a long way, and are now well & truly at the top of their game.

  • Man At Arms

    (489 listeners)

    rock, indie, post rock, indie rock

    Man at Arms is a noisy rock band from the Midwest. Its members are Eric and Ted who, respectively, play guitar and drums. Both of them sing. The guitars are biting, the drumming is precise and brutal, the commentary, frustrated and scathing. Starting in Grand Rapids, Mich.

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

    (43,657 listeners)

    techno, minimal techno, minimal, berghain

    Resident DJ at Berghain in Berlin. Nothing but the Club as a musical and cultural lifeworld forms and defines the life of Marcel Dettmann, who was born in the GDR in 1977 and raised with east-german youth culture.

  • Marco V

    (215,421 listeners)

    trance, electronic, techno, dance

    From well-known tracks like 'Indicator', 'Simulated' and 'Godd' through to present-day productions such as 'Second Bite', 'More Than A Life Away' and 'Red Blue Purple', and his successful updates of widely regarded classics such as 'Café Del Mar' and 'Loops & Tings Relooped', Marco V's discography is considerably extensive.

  • Markus Schulz

    (271,958 listeners)

    trance, progressive trance, vocal trance, electronic

    Markus Schulz is a German progressive trance producer renowned for his unique style of dark, brooding yet melodic productions and DJ sets. He is head of his own label Coldharbour Recordings in co-operation with Armada and he is infamous for surprising his fans with his own edits and reconstructions of well-known songs. He is currently living in Miami, Florida

  • Mijk Van Dijk

    (12,156 listeners)

    techno, electronic, trance, dance

    Mijk van Dijk (* in Soltau; eigentlich Michael van den Nieuwendijk) ist ein erfolgreicher DJ und Musikproduzent im Bereich der elektronischen Musik.

  • Moonbootica

    (155,376 listeners)

    Hamburg, Germany-based DJs Kowe Six & Tobi Tobsen, who is a former member of the german Hip-Hop group "Fünf Sterne Deluxe" before it broke up, operate a party row under the name of Moonbootica that has its roots in the depths of "Tiefenrausch" (2001/HH).

  • Nelski

    (2,025 listeners)

    house, seen live

  • NERVO

    (109,081 listeners)

    dance, house, electronic, trance

    NERVO are Mim and Liv Nervo. Twin sisters; soulmates and soon to be superstars. They emerged as hit songwriters; Kesha to Kylie; Guetta & Rowland; Pussycat Dolls and more.

  • Niereich

    (1,428 listeners)

    techno, darkside, dark techno, dark minimal

  • Paul van Dyk

    (695,762 listeners)

    trance, electronic, dance, progressive trance

    Grammy nominated artist and globally acclaimed DJ and Producer Paul van Dyk continues to dominate the electronic music charts and appears at the pinnacle of every Top DJ list across the globe. His fifth original album In Between was released August 2007 and features collaborations with David Byrne and Jessica Sutta.

  • Pele

    (44,018 listeners)

    math rock, post-rock, instrumental, indie

    There is more than one artist using the name Pele: 1. Following the demise of Alligator Gun and Loomis, Pele was formed in the summer of 1997 by guitarist Chris Rosenau, bassist Scott Schoenbeck, and drummer Jon Mueller. Two weeks before recording their debut album Teaching the History of Teaching Geography, the trio brought aboard bassist Scott Beschta to play keyboards.

  • Pounding Grooves

    (1,260 listeners)

    techno, acid techno, schranz, electronic

    Aka Lawrie Immersion, from the UK. Has a long history in music production, as well being an influencer of the London underground techno scene. Lawre describes his productions as; Hard, deep and funky.

  • Rank 1

    (286,999 listeners)

    trance, progressive trance, vocal trance, electronic

    Introduction: They’re one of Europe’s most established, respected dance acts, having been catapulted to stardom by their debut release ‘Airwave’. In the 9 years that have followed they’ve continued to pack out the CD wallets of world’s A-list spinners with speaker-spankers that have included ‘Such is Life’, ‘Symfo’ and ‘Life Less Ordinary’… In 2009 they unleashed ‘L.

  • Raver's Nature

    (9,227 listeners)

    rave, techno, happy hardcore, electronic

    Raver's Nature was a three-man project right from the start, consisting of Markus "Roy" Ströbel, Peter Luft (a.k.a. Pedro Ferrari) and Ralf Lindner (a.k.a. John Bogota). All three band members are still pretty young, but their musical experience is both varied and plentiful.

  • Ruben De Ronde

    (14,979 listeners)

    trance, progressive trance, electronic, electronica

    Walking the fine line of trance, house and progressive, we find Dutch DJ and producer Ruben de Ronde right in the middle of all things.