DJ Skazi

DJ Skazi is a group of musicians composed of Asher and Assaf B-Bass. They are regarded as a highly unique duo as their music concentrates on very special type of trance. Known as "Hardcore Dance Floor Trance", their uniqueness has been recognized as revolutionary and that made them one of the most sought after act worldwide.

Markus Schulz

Originally from Germany, now residing in Miami, US, Markus Schulz’s “dark, moody, melodic trance” has placed him at number 13 in DJ Mag’s top 100 list. He has literally travelled the entire globe in order to play his music in the US, Europe, all over Asia, South America, the Middle East, Russia, Australia and New Zealand.

You can catch him on Global DJ Broadcast, a radio show now available on 30 stations all over the world. His extensive remix work has allowed him to work with artists such as Madonna, Depeche Mode, Everything But The Girl and many many more.

Eddie Halliwell

Originally from Wigan, UK, Eddie Halliwell is currently ranked 16th in the world in DJ Mag’s top 100 DJs. Eddie plays a large number of clubs (Gatecrasher, Goodgreef, Slinky, Inside Out, Cream, Godskitchen, and many others) and summer festivals throughout the UK and has toured East Asia and Australia. He has visited the US, Canada, Dubai and Ibiza. You can also catch him spinning on Radio 1 and interviews with other DJs as well as news from hot summer dance festivals.

Judge Jules

Ranked 21st in the world by DJ Magazine, Judge Jules became famous through his DJing in clubs and his radio show. His latest show is on Radio 1, where you can catch his sets and interviews with other top DJs.

Infected Mushroom

Erez Aizen and Amit Duvdevani have been heading the global psy-trance scene for almost 10 years. They have DJed at music festivals spanning the whole of the American continent (Canada, US, Mexico, Sao Paolo) as well as selling out clubs in the US and UK. By many they were seen as the only escape from the everyday crisis that was the political situation in their native Israel when they started their career in the 90s and the 00s. With influences from bands such as Metallica and Depeche Mode they drew a large following very quickly.

Dj Dan

The Olympia, Washington, born DJ Dan, Daniel Wherret was voted world number 6 in DJ Mag’s 2006 poll, but was taken out of the poll in 2007 due to irregularities in the voting. However, the magazine has cleared him of any cheating or involvement in cheating and he will be in the 2008 polls. One of the cornerstone DJs of the 90s Los Angeles rave culture and the main DJ of the San Francisco Funky Techno Tribe, DJ Dan thrills audiences all across the US, Canada and Asia, although he has not as big in Europe.

Above & Beyond

Jonathan Grant, Tony McGuinness and Paavo Siljamaki formed trance group Above & Beyond in 2000, when producer Tony McGuinness asked Grant and Siljamaki to help him remix “Home”, by Chakra. Their remix reached no1 in the UK club charts after being played by Pete Tong. Currently they are ranked number 6 by DJ Magazine.


Andre Tanneberger, aka ATB, was born in Saxony, Germany and is ranked number 26 in the official world DJ rankings by DJ Magazine. He started his career in dance music group Sequential One in 1993 and started his solo project, ATB, in 1998. He gave the UK it’s first trance number 1 hit with “9pm (Till I Come)” in 1999. He has collaborated with several artists and bands from all over the world and his style constantly changes from one album to the next, and even from one track to the next, without losing his essential style.

Carl Cox

Born in Lancashire, England, DJ Carl Cox started out as an acid house and hardcore DJ in the 80s and became well known for spinning three turntables at once. He is currently ranked number 7 worldwide. After years of DJ-ing at clubs all over England, from Manchester to Brighton, such as The Hacienda and Heaven and at raves for Fantazia and Dreamscape he has turned his attention to producing. His name is also linked to record labels Intec Records and 23rd Century Records.

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