Formed somewhere in the Fifth Dimension, Acid Mondays takes its fans on an intergalactic journey with their hallucinogenic house and reality bending techno. Their celestial beats have earned them the support of legendary DJs such as Seth Troxler, Ricardo Villalobos and the Martinez Brothers.
Best known for his global hit single “Faded”, British-Norwegian DJ Alan Walker enchants crowds all over the world with his special blend of progressive house, as enigmatic and mysterious as the masked record producer himself.
Heralded as “the next big thing in dance music” by the Queen of Pop herself, Alesso has proudly represented Swedish house music at festivals like Tomorrowland and Coachella.
Considered to be one of the fathers of the Latin trap movement, the controversial Puerto Rican rapper has gained millions of fans with his gritty, bouncy beats and aggressive lyrics. Anuel AA won the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Award for New Artist of the Year, and it’s no wonder why – with smash hits such as “Sola” and “China”, he is a certified party anthem machine.
A Frenchman with a Dominican flair, Bosteels’ music explores the entire spectrum of human emotion – from dark, sophisticated basslines to joyful and colorful melodies. Bosteels’ meticulous attention to detail is reflected in his subtle transitions, every beat carefully selected to make his crowd burst with euphoria.
Ever since Dutch DJ Brooks made his debut on the electronic dance music scene two years ago, he has been carving a name for himself with his rhythmic electro house melodies. His outstanding original songs and stellar remixes have caught the attention of renowned DJs such as Martin Garrix and David Guetta and garnered him a global fanbase in record time.
Born in Puerto Rico and exposed to global melting pots such as Chicago, Texas, and New York, Caleb Calloway, much like his music, can only be described as ‘diverse’, flirting with elements from techno, house, and hip hop. His rapid ascent in the international scene has been nothing short of impressive, quickly sharing the stage with legends such as Marco Carola and booking festivals as big as BPM.
Wildly talented, highly relatable and effortlessly stylish, LA-based DJ CRAY refreshingly mixes indie, electronic, pop and dance music to create her own sound. Her high-energy sets and undeniable charm have swept crowds off their feet at HARD Summer and Electric Zoo, among others.
Consistently meshing his music with the visual arts (his collaboration with designer Marcel Burlon and his three-dimensional art project Blender come to mind), Italian DJ David Squillace is a master at bringing his music, an eloquent mix of techno, dance, indie, instrumental and downtempo beats, to life in a variety of mediums.
Israeli DJ and producer Guy Gerber is all about duality – blending melancholy and euphoria flawlessly, this underground DJ is versatile enough to collaborate with Puff Daddy and the infamous Pacha nightclub in Ibiza. His RUMOURS brand is a clandestine beach affair that brings together acclaimed DJs, intense music, and a paradisiacal environment.
World renowned DJ and producer, Hot Creations label boss, founder of the Paradise global event series and a member of cross-genre band Hot Natured, Jamie Jones had pioneered his own distinct sound, paving the way for a warmer, more melodic side of techno to emerge. His artistically innovative yet accessible sound has given him the opportunity to perform at festivals such as Glastonbury and Burning Man.
With his Greek and Italian descent and Australian upbringing, it is no wonder that Kaz James and his music have global appeal. His take on the brooding sounds of the techno scene and rugged minimalistic beats have given him the opportunity to make crowds go wild at Burning Man and BPM Festival, among others.
MADEON (DJ SET)
Electronic music wunderkind Madeon, born Hugo Leclerc in France, started his career as a DJ and record producer at the tender age of 11. Despite his young age, his pop-infused electro house has earned him impressive accolades, such as playing slots at Ultra Music Festival and co-producing Lady Gaga’s ‘ARTPOP’ album.
Colombian heartthrob Maluma has brought boyish charm and sultry vocals to the reggaeton music scene, sweeping crowds off their feet on his way to global superstardom. His crucial ability to always stay ahead of the curve – playing with different genres and collaborating with up and comers months before their big breakthrough – has led the Medellin native to great success and glory – including headlining a show at the Madison Square Garden!
At the age of 23, Martin Garrix has created a career for himself that many artists twice his age could only dream of. It is no surprise that the Dutch DJ has topped DJ Mag’s top 100 for three years straight: from his debut with overnight sensation “Animals” to his smashing crossover hit “In the Name of Love”, Garrix has proven his ability to create bangers – over and over again.
Dominican DJ and producer started making the rounds of the local electronic music scene when he was just a teenager. Nowadays, this local talent can be found working as an opener for international acts such as Maluma and Marc Anthony – clearly – his star is on the rise!
Colombian ensemble Monsieur Perine plays a delicious blend of Latin, European, and Afro-Colombian beats that complement their colorful, dreamlike onstage performances. Their delightfully whimsical album, ‘Caja de Musica’, earned the group a Latin Grammy for Best New Artist in 2015.
With their lively and colorful performances, local darlings Mula bring an undoubtedly feminine energy to the currently male-dominated Dominican music landscape. The powerful trio has garnered high praise and a loyal following for their ability to source and reimagine traditional Dominican rhythms like perico ripiao, bachata, and dembow.
Nic Fanciulli is a DJ, producer and label owner who has remained one of the UK’s finest exports in electronic music throughout the last decade. His sleek, intelligent yet driving brand of house and techno has lead him to critically-successful solo tracks, as well as collaborations with artists such as Loco Dice and Kylie Minogue.
Venezuelan trio Rawayana’s groovy mixture of rock, reggae and ska has been injecting Latin American music lovers with joy since their 2011 debut ‘Licencia para ser Libre’. Songs such as “High”, “Funky Fiesta”, and “Palmera del Desierto” have all the essentials to make people dance and have a good time.
Fresh off the release of their freshman album, the visually conceptual ‘Multicolor’, Dominican quartet Solo Fernandez is quickly making a for themselves in the local music scene, thanks to their mixture of pop, rock, and synth grooves and ability to connect with the crowd.
Hailing from Compton, California, the infamous Tyga has become well-known worldwide as a rapper and reality television personality. With energetic bangers such as “Rack City”, Cream, and “Taste”, Tyga, much like the title of his newest album, can be best described as ‘Legendary’.
Singer-songwriter Vicente Garcia is a breath of fresh air, intelligently combining folk and funk elements with traditional Dominican rhythms such as bachata and merengue to create his distinct sound. In 2017, he won three Latin Grammy’s for his critically ‘acclaimed’ album ‘A La Mar’, cementing his status as one of the biggest rising stars in Latin music.