Login or sign up for Last.fm to see this lineup filtered by your music taste!

Lineup (37)

Take this to the festival: Email lineup Print lineup

Sort alphabetically Sort by popularity
  • Andy C

    (65,516 listeners)

    drum and bass, drum n bass, jungle, dnb

    Andy C, real name Andrew Clarke, is a British DJ and producer and co-founder of record label RAM Records. A pioneering Drum and Bass DJ since the genre's emergence in the early '90s, he has consistently been voted World's Greatest Drum and Bass DJ . He specialises in fast mixing, often employing three turntables, and is known for mixing established classics with cutting edge releases.

  • Atari Teenage Riot

    (171,100 listeners)

    digital hardcore, electronic, industrial, hardcore

    Atari Teenage Riot is a German digital hardcore group formed in Berlin in 1992. Highly political, they fused left-wing anarchist anti-fascist views with punk vocals and the newly emerging techno sound that was called digital hardcore, which is a term Alec Empire later used in the name of his record company.

  • Booka Shade

    (453,974 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, electro, house

    Even by Booka Shade's unusually frenetic standards, the past 12 months have been intense. Since the release of their fourth album, ‘More!’, the Berlin-based duo, Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger, have been touring almost non-stop. And loving every minute of it.

  • Cookie Monsta

    (110,273 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, dirty dubstep, grime

    Cookie Monsta aka Tony Cook is a producer and DJ from Nottingham, UK who represents the loud and grimy side of dubstep. “If you crave the downright nasty dubstep then Cookie Monsta’s your guy. Packing a recipe of face-slapping snares, ground shaking bass and eye gougingly dirty synths … his sound resembles that of a demonic bass-saw that easily lacerates the ear drums of all it encounters.”

  • Crookers

    (331,836 listeners)

    electro, electronic, fidget house, dirty electro

    Drawing from influences of house, hip hop and beyond, Crookers blend their beats with the kind of fidget house finesse that gives Potty Mouth Music its soiled swagger. Since 2003, DJs Phra and Bot have been drawing upon their collective musical backgrounds to create tracks that twist, startle and surprise with synthetic pop.

  • D-Passion

    (15,172 listeners)

    hardcore, gabber, industrial hardcore, hardcore techno

    D-Passion (Rik Gieling) was born 25-07-1982 in Hoorn (The Netherlands) and started producing in 1998. After some advice from Sebastian Hoff (DJ Promo) he released his first vinyls on the TTM label. These productions had a new sound but were also party orientated (thinking of 'Fuck the free world').

  • DJ Hype

    (109,262 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, drum n bass, dnb

    http://www.myspace.com/hypehypehype 1. Essentially Hype is to drum and bass as Afrika Bambaata was to the development of hip-hop. He first became involved in music through the legendary Shut Up and Dance sound system, like many before him his interest growing from physically building the speakers that made up the rig to DJ'ing, spinning reggae, house and hip hop throughout the eighties.

  • DJ Promo

    (22,600 listeners)

    hardcore, gabber, industrial hardcore, techno

    Promo (Sebastian Hoff) came into contact with the hardcore sound and started DJ-ing in 1992. In those years he listened to house, hiphouse, and hiphop.

  • Doctor P

    (326,340 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, drum and bass, breakbeat

    To make music is one thing - but to change the course of a genre is another! Doctor P is definitely the leader of the new wave of wobbles and whomps in Dubstep and goes against the normal ingredients needed. Sweet Shop set the benchmark for others to follow as this doctor's surgical dissection of Dubstep music leaves people wanting more than just the doctor's diagnosis!

  • Doormouse

    (33,720 listeners)

    breakcore, idm, electronic, noise

    Doormouse is an alias of electronic musician and breakcore producer, live performer and DJ Daniel Martin born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, now living in Miami, Florida. He sometimes appears as Dan Doormouse. He began making music and dj'ing in the 90's. In 1997 he founded Addict Records "to explore different realms of 'experimental electronic' based music".

  • Double U Jay

    (120 listeners)


  • Ed & Kim

    (112 listeners)

    electro, seenlive, seen live

    Electro duo from Belgium consisting of Edwin Korver & Kim Mathijs. Check their performance at polsslag!

  • Gaiser

    (32,419 listeners)

    minimal, minimal techno, techno, minus

    Following a string of finely crafted Minus EPs (And Answer, Neural Block and Eye Contact), Jon Gaiser has become one of the most exciting and sought after producers of his generation.

  • Gunman & Judah

    (1 listener)

  • Hellfish

    (17,970 listeners)

    breakcore, hardcore, gabber, speedcore

    Hellfish, real name Julian Cobb, is an electronic music producer and hardcore DJ from Essex. His compositions are similar to industrial hardcore and breakcore.

  • Jeff Mills

    (111,157 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.

  • Kastor & Dice

    (26 listeners)

    seen live

  • KOAN Sound

    (154,992 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, filthstep, glitch hop

    KOAN Sound is an electronic music production duo from Bristol, United Kingdom. The duo consists of Will Weeks and Jim Bastow. The name is taken from the word kōan. A track from the Max Out EP is titled "One Hand Clap" - a reference to a well-known kōan with the implied answer of silence, an element used in their music to draw extreme contrast.

  • Mathias Kaden

    (32,817 listeners)

    minimal, minimal techno, techno, tech house

    Mathias Kaden is for 11 years and counting a first-rate ‘turn-tablist’ in the recordrotation disciplines. For both training- and competitive exercises he utilizes the basics: 2 turntables, a mixer and painstakingly selected vinyl. With such equipment he nightly compels both listeners and casual spectators alike into a sportive revelry on the dance floor.

  • Omira

    (1 listener)

  • Partyraiser

    (2,161 listeners)

    hardcore, darkcore, speedcore, hardcore techno

    Born in Delft in 1977 & raised in Wateringen. Wesley van Swol, better known as DJ Partyraiser, started his DJ career in 1993. He played at his first party in 1995 and in 1996 he entered and won his first DJ competition. He even got his own radio show at Radio Delta (Den Haag) Wesley also started producing and Megarave Records released his first e.

  • Popof

    (73,196 listeners)

    minimal, techno, minimal techno, tech house

    Popof (born Alexandre Paounov) is a French DJ/composer/arranger hailing from the rave party scene.

  • Propz & Rowney

    (12 listeners)

  • Radium

    (17,817 listeners)

    hardcore, frenchcore, hardtek, darkcore

    There is more than one Radium on last.fm: 1. Hardcore fan since 1992. In 1993 Daniel Tecoult started producing extreme electronic music with a friend from school. In 1994 they decide to give their project a name and Micropoint is born. Also Daniel starts a solo-DJ career as Radium.

  • Redhead

    (5,499 listeners)

    techno, minimal, electronic, neotrance

    There are two artists with this name on Last.fm 1. An electronic DJ/Producer 2. A rapper from Maryland, USA

  • Richie Gee

    (1,219 listeners)

    hard techno, industrial hardcore, schranz, hardcore

    Richie Gee — Hardcore Techno/Industrial Hard Techno producer and DJ. Richie Gee began his music life in 1999 spinning Techno and UK Hard House records. In 2001 has been his first international gig in London where he played in a club called "Telegraph" (Brixton). In the same time Richie started to produce his first demos. A few months later he began to work as producer on the radio.

  • Robert Hood

    (68,311 listeners)

    techno, detroit techno, minimal, detroit

    Robert Hood makes minimal Detroit techno with an emphasis on soul and experimentation over flash and popularity. Having recorded for Metroplex, as well as the Austrian Cheap label and Jeff Mills' Axis label, Hood also owns and operates the M-Plant imprint (including the two sub-labels Drama and Duet) through which he has released the bulk of his solo material.

  • Roni Size

    (215,127 listeners)

    drum and bass, drum n bass, electronic, jungle

    Roni started on the path of production when he was thrown out of school aged 16, but music had always been a part of his life. Born and raised in Bristol, the sounds of the 70s blues parties and sound-systems happening in the St Pauls area of the city infected Roni's bones.

  • Sandy Warez

    (5,568 listeners)

    hard techno, schranz, industrial hardcore, hardcore

    The serious start of Sandy comes in 1995, there is a club called “La Grange (Charente Maritime France)” that offers him a residency, he spins there every day from June to September 1995.

  • Secret Cinema

    (19,575 listeners)

    techno, electronic, minimal, acid

    Introduction Jeroen Verheij aka Secret Cinema started producing as Meng Syndicate in 1990. His first record 'Sonar System ' came out on the Hithouse label in Belgium (ARS) and was an instant rave classic. In 1993 Michel de Hey recognized Jeroen 's excellent producing skills and convinced him to release his music on Michel 's Immaculate Music record labels.

  • Technasia

    (40,682 listeners)

    techno, electronic, deep techno, electro

    Technasia, also known as Charles Siegling, is a musician and DJ raised and based in Paris. Until 2008, the group also consisted of other founding member, Amil Khan, raised and based in Hong Kong. After meeting in China during the 90's, they felt it was time to put South East Asia on the world map of electronic dance music and started their musical duo and label Technasia in 1996.

  • The Advent

    (37,501 listeners)

    techno, electro, electronic, minimal

    The Advent may refer to the alias of techno artist Cisco Ferreira or the Christian metalcore band. aka Cisco Ferreira

  • The DJ Producer

    (14,973 listeners)

    hardcore, breakcore, gabber, darkcore

    Luke McMillan, a.k.a The DJ Producer has been a name synonymous with the U.K. underground rave/techno scene for the last 14 years. His passion for high powered, super precise, rapid beat mixing stems from his early passions of electro and hip hop. He got his first turntables in 1988, and by the time he started strode college in 1989 he was already starting to realize that the music was changing.

  • The Oddword

    (4,101 listeners)

    electro, belgian, hard electro, beats

    They are crawling out of your speakers ! Boy Kortekaas and Ylli Engels are The Oddword! These Boys from Antwerp (Belgium) bring you raw electronic bass.

  • The Sickest Squad

    (5,480 listeners)

    frenchcore, hardcore, speedcore, gabber

    Before the birth of the Sick dj Team in the summer of 2000, Xtr and Tnd had collaborated for a year. Their first apparition together is in Tnd’s pub: Eretika. At beginning the team played lot’s of genres: techno, hardcore, industrial e breakcore. At the same time Sirio made one of the most interesting internet website: “Industrial-gabber.

  • Tito & Echo Virus

    (1 listener)

  • Unexist

    (12,434 listeners)

    hardcore, darkcore, gabber, industrial hardcore

    Italian Hardcore DJ & Producer. Unexist breaths and lives hardcore. ‘Unleash the Brutality’ he calls it in his own words. "Hardcore makes me lose my anger, pain and aggression. It’s an addiction that’ll never go away".