Sevenn is the American artist/producer duo that has captivated dance music fans around the world with their unique and powerful sound.

The American brothers Sean and Kevin Brauer first met Brazilian superstar DJ ALOK in Portugal in 2016, and their first joint release of “BYOB” rapidly topped the charts worldwide in 2017, with over 19 million streams on Spotify and over 25 million plays on Soundcloud.


Born inBelgrade,SFR Yugoslavia, nowSerbia, Dirty South’s producing career developed in tandem with his DJ’ing career. Since then, the Australian-based DJ has received numerous honours for his work, including: two ARIA nominations (Australian Music Industry’s top accolade) for “Best Dance Release” in 2005 and 2006, he was voted “Most Popular Producer Nationally” in the 2007 InTheMix 50 DJ Poll, he achieved the number one position in the Australian Club Charts with his remix of “It’s Too Late” byEvermorein late 2006, and he was the first Australian artist since 1999 to win one of Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune awards. He also ranked second in the annual InTheMix 50 DJ Poll in 2007[6]and he has been ranked in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ poll every year since 2007. In August 2012, Dirty South released the single “City of Dreams” withAlessofeaturing vocals from Ruben Haze. It was initially released exclusively on Beatport and it reached the No. 1 position on the Beatport Top 100 its first week of release.[11]In support of “City of Dreams”, Dirty South announced his largest North American tour to date, the City of Dreams Tour. The 30+ stop tour took him across North America from September through to December 2012 and included stops at venues such as New York City’sRoseland Ballroomand Los Angeles’ Palladium.


Bhaskar began his story in 2004, still at age 12, when his first project with Alok Petrillo, his twin brother, appeared. At the time, they dealt with CDJs as a hobby, but over time, they saw that the joke was getting serious. In a short time, they already shared their time between studies and the studio.

Son of renowned DJs Swarup and Ekanta, he was motivated by his parents’ success and in a few years was already performing in several countries. With melodic and deep influences, his music does not stick to the traditional, and his musical personality can be easily recognized by illustrating a rare fusion of futuristic elements of Tech House with cleaner and organic sounds from Techno and Deep House. In recent months, he has had major releases such as “The Hook” and “Fuego”, alongside his brother. In addition to DJ and Producer, Bhaskar is also one of the producers of the Festival Universo Paralello


D-wayne started his DJ career at school parties which led to local club performances. As much as he loved the sound of Tiësto, Skrillex, Laidback Luke or Axwell he wanted to develop something more. He wanted to tell his story in music to the world so he started to produce his own music. The list of D–wayne productions has now grown considerably and releases are out on various labels including Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label, Nervous Records, Wall Recordings, Wolv and Future House Music. Additionally he has done remixes for A-list musicians such as Tiësto, Afrojack, Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez, Sheppard and R3hab.


Starting of his solo career in 2009, RAM immediately hit the jackpot with the most talked about track of that year “RAMsterdam”. Supported by all the major trance DJ’s it became the Tune of the Year on ASOT and it was pronounced “best track of the year” by Armin van Buuren. With continues support of all big djs like Armin van Buuren , ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz , Paul van Dyk, Aly & Fila and many more and releasing on all big labels as WAO138 – FSOE – Black Hole and of course his own labels from Grotesque this year. RAM is on the rise with his unique RAM sound. With a lot of new things to come in 2018 and tracks signed to Armada – FSOE – Black Hole and of course Grotesque plus the new tracks in the “RAM” series, the follow up from RAMbassador on WAO138 But also new collabs, Roger shah ft Natalie Gioia, new track with Susana and tracks With Sue McLaren, Julie Thompson, Natalie Gioia, Stine Grove and a special Spanish song in the making with Denise Rivera but also remixing some huge classics as Tiesto – Elements of Life and even much more coming .. Armin said one of the most hard working guys in the scene !!


Dubbed as the “Lord of Dance Music” by his followers in Taiwan, Reaz:on has come a long way throughout the years. Not only was he the first ever Taiwanese DJ to perform at the legendary MayDay Festival in Germany on mainstage, alongside the likes of The Prodigy, Paul van Dyk, and Takkyu Ishino, but was also the first DJ in Taiwan to be interviewed by none other than the industry authority DJ Mag. His much hyped performances at LUXY had secured him gigs at Taiwan’s premium festivals like Halloween Massive, White Party, as well as supporting industry heavyweights such as Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, deadmau5, just to name a few. In 2017, Reaz:on was enrolled in LOOPTOPIA Music Festival for a mainstage signature performance at prime time. The set had received rave reviews along with the festival, which has attracted a crowd of over 32,000, officially making it the largest dance music festival in Taiwan. His new single “Finding Paradiese” is also featured in the upcoming LOOPTOPIA All-Stars compilation.


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…