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Tiesto was born in Breda, North Brabant, the Netherlands on January 17, 1969 and became a DJ because he likes to share music with other people. "When I was younger, I was listening to a radio show called Soul Show and Ben Liebrand's radio program, he could remix, come with a bunch of other pieces, and then I came up with the idea," I want to I'm doing that!"The productions appeared a little later, in 1995:" I wanted a lot to produce music and I can include it in my sets, because that means more intensity in the whole mix process.


Paul van Dyk (born December 16, 1971 - Eisenhüttenstadt, Land Brandenburg, Germany) pseudonym of Matthias Paul, one of the most successful international DJs. Paul van Dyk grew up in communist Germany. Due to the fact that the community in which he lived did not have a vast culture, Paul van Dyk listened to the radio where he discovered his passion for music; this being extended beyond the boundaries of techno music - wanted to create a different, unique genre of music. In the first half of 1990, Paul van Dyk often played in Berlin clubs until he released his first album, "45 RPM," in 1994.


Armin van Buuren (Pronunciation in Dutch: / ɑrmɪn vɑn byːrə (n) / n. December 25, 1976) is a trance music producer. Armin van Buuren is an important name on the trance scene, both as a DJ and as a producer. His interest in electronic music has emerged since childhood, and he has been in possession of the first sampler since the age of 14. His first hit was Blue fear, released in 1995 under Cyber Records. Since then, there has been a whole series of productions that have penetrated international musical charts.


Sasha, whose real name is Alexander Paul Coe, born September 4, 1969 in Penarlag, Wales, is a disc jockey and producer of Welsh music. Voted best DJ in the world in 2000 by DJ Magazine, he worked with John Digweed.

Sasha grew up in the Welsh village of Hawarden with his mother. At age 17, he passed the entrance exams for Epsom College, but left before he reached the advanced level. Instead, he moved to Bangor to see his father and stepmother.


Ferry Corsten, born December 4, 1973, in Rotterdam, is a Dutch producer and disc jockey, playing mostly trance and techno music. Corsten has been making his audience dance since the early 1990s under names such as System F, Moonman, Pulp Victim, Ferr, and Albion. He went on to the top of the Dutch charts with his hit Out of the Blue, in 1998. Later, he became known with a hit named Cry, sung by Saskia Lee Atjaam.


John Digweed, born January 1, 1967, in Hastings, England, is a disc jockey and musical producer, known to have popularized progressive house with his friend Sasha. Founder of the label Bedrock Records with Nick Muir, Digweed is elected in 2001 the world's best DJ by DJ Magazine.


Above & Beyond is a British trance music band formed in 2000 by Jono Grant, Tony McGuinness, and Paavo Siljamäki. The trio is popular on the trance music scene for their uplifting trance productions and for their collaborations with several vocal soloists. They hold London's electronic dance music stations Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep, and also host a weekly radio show: Group Therapy Radio. The group's songs are used by well-known DJs: Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, ATB, Judge Jules, and Paul van Dyk.


David Guetta (November 7, 1967, Paris) is a DJ and French musical producer of house music. Originally a DJ in nightclubs in the 1980s and 1990s, he founded Gum Productions and released his first album Just a Little More Love in 2001. Later, he released Guetta Blaster (2004) and Pop Life (2007). From her 2009 album, One Love that includes "When Get The Love Takes Over" (along with Kelly Rowland), "Gettin 'Over You" (along with Chris Willis, Fergie & LMFAO) and "Sexy Bitch" with Akon), the hit has reached the top 5 US, and all three hits have reached #1 in the UK.


Deadmau5 (dead mouse), by his real name Joel Thomas Zimmerman, born January 5, 1981, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, is a Canadian producer and disc jockey. It is geared towards electro house, progressive house, and minimal techno styles. He made himself known through titles such as Faxing Berlin, Not Exactly or Ghosts 'n' Stuff.


Avicii (pronounced / əviːtʃi /), stylized ΛVICII, by his real name Tim Bergling, born September 8, 1989 in Stockholm (Sweden) and died on April 20, 2018 in Muscat (Oman), is a Swedish producer, musician and disc jockey . He has also produced titles under the pseudonyms of Tim Berg and Tom Hangs.


Hardwell, whose real name is Robbert van de Corput, born January 7, 1988 in Breda, is a Dutch disc jockey and house and electronics producer. He is illustrated in the genres electro house, EDM and big room. In 2008, he became famous thanks to his bootleg Show Me Love vs. Be Robin S., become a hit in clubs around the world, then taken over by Michael Mind. He will later produce numerous singles broadcast in clubs: Spaceman, Encoded1, Cobra1, Apollo but also Zero 76 in collaboration with Tiësto.


Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike is a Belgo-Greek electro house band. It is composed of brothers Dimitri Thivaios (Dimitri Vegas) and Michael Thivaios (Like Mike), from Willebroek in Belgium. In 2015, both members reached the top spot in DJ Magazine's annual ranking of the most popular DJs. On October 20, 2016, they lost their first place, replaced by Martin Garrix.


Martin Garrix, whose real name is Martijn Garritsen, born May 14, 1996 in Amstelveen, is a Dutch disc jockey, composer and music producer.

He made himself known worldwide with his title Animals, in 2013. Ranked in 2016 by the DJ Magazine as the best platinum player in the world shortly after the creation of his own label, he is very present on the world music scene by mixing during big festivals and component largely in studio.



Afrojack, whose real name is Nick van de Wall, born September 9, 1987 in Spijkenisse, is a disc jockey and producer of Dutch electro house music.


Skrillex, whose real name is Sonny John Moore, born January 15, 1988 in Los Angeles, is an American DJ and composer of electronic music. After growing up in northern California, Sonny Moore joined the post-hardcore band From First to Last as a singer in 2004 and recorded two studio albums (Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count in 2004, and Heroine in 2006) before embarking on a solo musical career3,4. He launches his first solo tour the same year.


Swedish House Mafia is a Swedish dance music band consisting of three DJs and producers: Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso. The band was officially inaugurated at the end of 2008. Named the 'supergroup', it was ranked number ten in the top DJ's of 2011, published by DJ Magazine. On June 24, 2012, the group announced on their official website that the current tournament will be the last before the band's dissolution.

But the band has not been dissolved, they are releasing a new hit: Do not You Worry Child featuring John Martin.


Sander van Doorn (pronounced: [sɑndər vɑn doːr (ə) n]), stage name of Sander Ketelaars ([sɑndər keːtəlaːrs]), born on 28 February 1979 in Eindhoven, is a Dutch disc jockey and producer. At the height of his career, he reached the 10th place DJ Mag Top 100, in 2009.


Eric Prydz (born July 19, 1976), also known as Pryda and Cirez D, is a Swedish DJ and electronic music producer known for "Call on Me" and "Proper Education," the latter being nominated for the Grammy Awards 2008, in the "Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical" category.

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ATB, on his real name André Tanneberger (born February 26, 1973, Freiberg, Saxony, Germany) is a German DJ, musician and producer of trance, dance, chill out music. According to DJ Magazine, DJ Magazine, ATB is ranked 11th in 2009 and 2010 and in 2011 ranked 15th in the same top, and ranked No. 1 in the top of the best DJs of the moment according to " The DJ List ".

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