A master of tectonic beats, surging drops and powerful melodies, the Dutch superstar of Moroccan/Algerian origin has dropped massive hits onto the biggest labels there are, including Spinnin' and Afrojack's Wall Recordings. Collaborating with the likes of Hard Rock Sofa, Diplo and Kaskade, R3hab's jackhammer sounds have crossed progressive, trap and electro house, while hard dance and trance have also featured.
It’s hard to believe that Hugues ‘Bobmo’ Rey has been firing out leftfield dancefloor bombs for nearly a decade. Bursting onto a French scene that already bustled with stars, from the (then) new kids Justice over at Ed Banger, to the ever-present robot-headed statesmen, the boy from Bordeaux still managed to carve a name for himself within the space of a couple of hyped-up EPs.
Built to party, impregnate and conquer the world, Kronic is Australia’s most reckless entertainer. Fueled with Ciroc, Patron and an alarming disregard for personal safety, his electronically sequenced on-stage acrobatics take DJng to the next level.
Kronic is the aural architect behind Lil Jon's (yet to be released) single "Bend Ova" featuring Tyga, and was also contracted and recently dropped a remix for Lady Gaga's hit "Do What You Want."
Parisian electronic duo SomethingALaMode (aka SALM) continue to boldly venture into unchartered waters where electro-pop meets an orchestra of new elements. And no one sinks in the process. Made up of Thomas and Yannick, SALM’s journey through synth-play and myriad upbeat strings comes shining through on the recently released, Endless Stairs LP.
Star remixer, lively DJ and patron of the Dutch house sound, R3hab makes his Dim Mak Records debut with 'Androids', set for release on Steve Aoki’s party label February 25.
Just in time for spring’s festival season, R3hab conjures rave transcendence with the pop-electro steamroller. The tune features a driving melody that can easily be likened to a sonic oxygen shot, R3hab also injects a distinctly Dutch house drop of gargantuan proportions.
Dutch trio Kraak and Smaak are making sonic riptides with their idiosyncratic electro-funk flavor for years.
There's little doubt that when it comes to EDM, the Swedes are born with the natural X factor. From Abba to Avicii, time and time again they've showed the world how to fashion an ear-warming melody, forging timeless tracks that pass from generation to generation like freckles or webbed toes.
Growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, Lee started hanging out with drag queens like RuPaul and Lady Bunny in the '80s before a whole gaggle of them moved to New York towards the end of the decade.
New York City’s The Disco Fries are the electronic duo custom-built for Generation Dance Music. Due to a forward-thinking aptitude for genre-bledning, the pair - made up of Nick Ditri and Danny Danger - maintains balance between big-room progressive melodies with their signature blown out basslines.