Marc Benjamin’s big break came in December of 2013 when his original single, “Riser” on Afrojack’s Wall Recordings achieved a top ten slot in Beatport’s top 100 chart. The success of the track gained him international exposure and major recognition within the dance community. Having gained considerable momentum with several releases on Mixmash Records, the young producer formed a camaraderie with Laidback Luke. Marc found himself collaborating with Luke on “We’re Forever” and “Tell Me That You Love Me”. Marc then followed up with three singles on Hardwell’s famed Revealed Recordings, including “The Center” which was played out by every major player in the game. As a result of hard work and dedication to his craft, Marc was asked to play at Ministry of Sound London followed by the world-famous Tomorrowland Belgium on the second mainstage. With the world’s biggest artists nipping at Marc’s heels requesting collaborations and remixes, the future is bright for Marc Benjamin, who has surmounted enviable support from the likes of Tiesto, Steve Angello, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Avicii, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike amongst many others.


Nobody in his or her right mind would want to extinguish the flames generated by Firebeatz, the dynamic Dutch duo of Tim Smulders and Jurre van Doeselaar, who’ve become a true international sensation with their fully engulfed combination of original music, remixes, and big-name collaborations.

It’s no surprise to find them in DJ Mag’s hotly contested ranking of the annum’s 100 top DJs. But narrowing it down to a mere hundred is not enough for genre superstar Calvin Harris, who includes the duo among a much narrower ranking. “Firebeatz are in my top five dance producers right now,” Harris declares. “They have many original ideas and a very unique understanding of groove and dynamics that I love.” He put his career where his mouth is when he enlisted Firebeatz as collaborators on “It Was You,” a track from his hit 2014 album Motion (following up their remix of Harris’ “Thinking About You” from the year before).


2015 has been a year of developing the way of creating sounds where Loopers is convinced to be successful in. Releases on Fedde Le Grand’s Flamingo Recordings and Ones To Watch of Laidback Luke were just the beginning. The massive collab with Dyro gave a great boost to his career, ‘Jack It Up’ hasn’t been unnoticed by EDM fans. Promotors stood in line to book Loopers and his popularity on social media rose sky high. Right before ‘Tell Me’ on Dyro’s imprint WOLV he decided to show loyality to his fans and dropped ‘Grind’ and ‘The Riddle’. That made his fans even more excited for ‘Tell Me’, which was premiered in Hardwell On Air. This highly supported track was followed by another collab with Dyro called ‘Set Me Free’, the title track of the EP which was also released on WOLV. If that wasn’t enough, Loopers’ creativity seems to have no boundaries. More releases are signed on several major labels to represent the electronic tune of this mysterious musician. Talking about mysterious; a lasting hype keeps the crowd in its grip. In 2016, Loopers has had major support with ‘Going In’, ‘Roll Up’, ‘Rudeboy’, ‘Dust’, and of course with his remixes for Mercer and DJ Snake!


Come for the music and expect a show. That is exactly what you get from a Jdub set. From humble beginnings in a small town, Jdub made a firm transition to the city, embracing weekdays in the studio and weekends behind the decks – it is safe to say he has never looked back. Firing off top- notch records in every DJ set, he drives a dance floor with commercially orientated, explosive big room and progressive vibes in an energetic open format set. Known for his outstanding commercial remixes that have gained support from some of the biggest names in the music industry such as Breathe Carolina & Timmy Trumpet, the Jdub sound is making waves in nightclubs around the world every week. After independently touring around Australia in 2017, Jdub signed with Apex Agency and is already in high demand for 2018. With the hype of his debut single release just around the corner, this is just the beginning…


Merk & Kremont have received support from huge acts such as Avicii Steve Angello, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Benny Benassi and many more. They’ve been unleashing massive club hits for almost two years now and they still have plenty of ammo to shoot for the future.Their tracks have featured on labels like Flamingo, Protocol, Size, Premiere, Revealed, Ultra and Spinnin’ and their remix of “Rather Be” by Clean Bandit reached 1M downloads on Soundcloud, played by hundreds of djs all over the world. The hit ‘Get Get Down’ – out on Spininnin Records – is something of a viral phenomenon thanks also to its insanely entertaining video and its their first track to enter the Beatport chart in the top 10. “Give Me Some” – is the first single they released in 2016 – It’s a collab with none other than the great Fedde Le Grand and it has been supported by some of the greatest deejays all over the world – the track was released on Le Grand’s own label Darklight Records.


Over the past few years, French DJ and producer R-Wan, has cemented his position as a trailblazer in the electronic music industry. From globally successful tracks such as ‘What The F*ck’ ft. Fatman Scoop and ‘Turnt Up’ ft. Snoop Dogg, R-Wan has been unstoppable in his efforts to produce quality tracks time and time again. His efforts have seen him awarded Best Open Format DJ in 2013 on DJ List, along with multiple Top 10 positions on Beatport. In 2016, he earned a coveted spot in the Top DJ Mag 2016 list at #121. R-Wan also continues to play at top-name venues and festivals around the world. His productions have been supported by some of the top selling DJs in the world, such as; Calvin Harris, Afrojack, David Guetta, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike. With no sign of slowing down, R-Wan continues to evolve his sound and push boundaries, lining up numerous creative projects over the next couple of months, making him one to watch for the future.


At the age of 18 he started playing DJ activities for the first time in just 4 years Sponsored PARTY, who is himself a RESIDENT DJ at Sapporo’s large major clubs “alife”, “Riviera” and “mole” he is performing GUEST at T2 and ATOM. He has a wide range of activities not only in Sapporo but nationwide.


Rosh’s decision to become a DJ panned out, though. As of today, he has collaborated with DJs like The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix and Hardwell and Armin Van Burren; and singers including Pharrell Williams, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. He’s also performed in more than 40 countries, including the likes of Canada, the UK, Croatia, France, Sweden, Norway and the UAE, to name but a few.


Sydney based Dj IRIS (Real name: Chloe Smith) is stamping her mark on the industry fuelled by her passion of Deep Bass music. A lover and appreciator of all music but her one true passion lies with none other than HOUSE MUSIC. This weapon has no signs of slowing down and is a name to watch out for. The next couple of years looking strong in her producing game, Heavy set skills on the decks being able to effortlessly mix any genre in her sets keeping the dance floor in suspense, wondering what bombs she is about to throw down next.


Rising star Justin Mylo, real name Emilio Justin Behr, is only 21 years old and has played at some of the biggest known venues yet. His collaboration with Martin Garrix, Bouncy Bob, became a big dance floor banger which got support all over the world from the biggest names in the scene. This resulted in a growing fanbase all over the world. His track Jumping Jack, released on Spinnin’ Records in the summer of 2016, currently has over 1.5 million views on Youtube.