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Afrojack

Afrojack

Afrojack

Mainstage

Saturday, July 15, 2017
Afrojack has become one of electronic dance music’s major icons. From humble DJ beginnings in his native country of Holland, he has grown to become a multi-award winning, platinum-selling producer. His skills are some of the most sought after in the world, and with two Grammy Awards under his belt, it’s easy to see why. In addition to this, his DJ sets have fast become both iconic and unparalleled, providing an explosive take on the current state of dance music across the board.
Afrojack
Agoria

Agoria

Agoria

Technostage

Saturday, July 15, 2017
Sébastien Devaud, aka Agoria, entered the world of electronic dance music at a peculiar moment in time. Unlike the first generation of techno producers, he’s too young to have been actively listening to early 80’s electronic pop by groups such as Depeche Mode or New Order. But unlike younger DJs and musicians, he’s been exposed to house and techno more or less since the start of these genres. Living in rural France, Agoria first got hooked to electronic music through listening to Kevin Saunderson’s classic “Good Life” on the local radio as a twelve-year-old kid in 1988. He was so impressed by the Inner City hit that he spent the following afternoons washing his neighbours’ cars to earn enough money to buy his first 12´. His next revelation came a few years later when one of the first DJ sets he experienced happened to be from Jeff Mills in nearby Lyon. "It was the first time that I saw a DJ using three turntables and a drum machine. He really created something completely new rather that just playing records. And the way he moved, his precision and speed, impressed me". Agoria started out as a DJ himself, quickly followed by organizing his own parties together with a group of friends (who also gave Séb Devaud his artist moniker loosely named after Agora – the title of their party series, meaning “meeting place” in ancient Greek). He started producing and releasing his own tracks in 1999 and first gained international recognition with a series of 12´s on Pias recordings in 2002, which were followed by the acclaimed album Blossom a year later. Since then, Agoria has released tree more long-players The Green Armchair (2006), the soundtrack to Go Fast (2008), Impermanence (2011) ; all showcasing Agoria’s talent for creating deep, stripped-back, melodic, techno tracks. In addition Agoria has compiled four mix-cds that present his unique ability in pairing tracks of very different origins and layering them in creative, sometimes even awe-inspiring ways. Deservedly so, Resident Advisor named his contribution to the At The Controls series from 2007 as one of the best mix-cds of the past decade. Apart from his own work as a DJ and producer, Sébastien Devaud has also founded Nuits Sonores, one of the best European festivals and the label Infiné. Its releases – from Francesco Tristano’s piano treatments to Danton Eeprom’s sensual productions or Bachar Mar-Khalifé’s dramatic arrangements – continue to surprise and have made InFiné a platform for new music that always challenges and excites its listeners. Recently, Agoria has released several EP's on some of the most celebrated techno labels ( Innervisions, Kompakt, Hotflush) and has remixed artists such as Moby, New Order & Metronomy. At the end of 2016, he launched a new label (Sapiens), that premiered with his most recent hit single, 'Up all Night'. Nowadays, he is working on his 5th album and experiments in other art spaces : Cinéma with the Film Director Jan Kounen (he also plays every year at the Cannes Films Festival), sound design with Nicolas Becker (Gravity & Phlippe Parreno's team) and contemporary art.
Agoria
Angerfist

Angerfist

Angerfist

Revolution by Che Hard Style Stage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Angerfist is the world’s leading hardcore act, underlined by the fact that he received the prestigious 37th spot in DJ Mag's Top 100 DJ edition of 2014. Being the first hardcore artist ever to hit the chart. Angerfist was founded in 2001, when he dropped his first EP on Overload Records, the former sublabel of Masters of Hardcore Records. After that EP, he has produced an impressive continuous streak of hit records on Masters of Hardcore. Danny Masseling has produced three albums: “Pissin’ Razorbladez’”, “Mutilate” and “Retaliate” were released in 2006, 2008 and 2011. The albums had a huge impact on the scene and the development of hardcore music wise, especially in the last few years: Angerfist is the only artist to have four consecutive #1 hits on the annual MOH Hardcore Top 100 with "The Voice Of Mayhem (vs Outblast & MC Tha Watcher)" in 2010, "Incoming" in 2011, "Catastrophe (vs Outblast & MC Tha Watcher)" in 2012 and the destructive "Street Fighter" slammer in 2013. Next to the Angerfist project, Danny Masseling also produces records under the monikers of Kid Morbid, Bloodcage and Menace II Society. Besides the music, Angerfist is known for the unique live-performances dressed in hooded sweater and wearing the infamous Jason-mask while performing all over the world. Bringin the grimy beats to every continent, Angerfist is selling out virtually every venue. With an unstoppable drive to spread the hardcore virus, he is destined for a long future of destructive beats.
Angerfist
Apollonia

Apollonia

Apollonia

Technostage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Sharing the same musical roots, tastes and creative vision, Apollonia was a natural, if not inevitable progression for the trio. Serving as a platform for their productions, the label represents new beginnings based on a solid family that have already done much to shape the underground house scene, in Paris and beyond. Apollonia DJ set - the boys present their new live performance at exclusive parties (DC10, Fabric, Panorama Bar, BPM Festival) around the world, DJing together for an extended set of five hours or more. This is a one-vinyl-each, back2back concept for the full duration of the show. Boom!
Apollonia
Armin Van Buuren

Armin Van Buuren

Armin Van Buuren

Mainstage

Friday, July 14, 2017
Armin van Buuren has been named number one in the prestigious DJ MAG Top 100 poll four times in a row, as the first DJ in the history of the DJ Magazine and an indication of his prolific output over the more than 14 years he’s been dj’ing and producing. Being the official World’s Most Popular DJ is just one of his many achievements, but the driving force behind his success is an overriding passion for dance music. A State of Trance The Dutchman discovered a passion for dance music by listening to mix-tapes and radio shows, and taught himself how to create his own. 20 years later, his very own radio show A State of Trance has grown out to legendary heights. Nowadays, 15 million listeners tune into his 2 hour selection of trance and progressive, every week. For 9 years in a row and more than 450 episodes already, the A State of Trance show has been and still is a weekly highlight to many dance music lovers. Awards & Accolades Even a basic list of recent successes reads like a lifetime of work. Armin van Buuren isn’t ‘just’ the number one on the critically acclaimed DJ Mag Top 100, but also holds the ‘Best Global DJ’ and ‘Best Trance Artist’ title, awarded to him at the International Dance Music Awards and Beatport Awards, respectively. Radio show A State of Trance received the IDMA for ‘Best Mix Radio Show’ for 5 years in a row. Furthermore, Armin was awarded for ‘Best Podcast’, became the most popular International DJ at Australia's Sony inthemix DJ Poll and, in March 2010, received the ‘Gouden Harp’, the highest distinction a Dutch artist can get. Albums Armin van Buuren has delivered four successful artist albums so far, ‘76’, ‘Shivers’, ‘Imagine’ and 2010 album 'Mirage'. As the first dance artist in Dutch music history, his ‘Imagine’ entered the Dutch Album Top 100 Chart at number one. Hit singles ‘Going Wrong’, ‘In & Out of Love’, ‘Unforgivable’ and ‘Never Say Never’ didn’t only haunt the charts, but also became favourites of the dance crowd. The music video of ‘In & Out of Love’, featuring Dutch singer Sharon den Adel, received more than 67 million views on YouTube, holding the first position on the Dutch Top 10 of most viewed videos of all-time. Armin’s back catalogue, including ‘Blue Fear’, ‘Communication’, ‘The Sound of Goodbye’, ‘Shivers’, UEFA Youth Championship theme ‘Rush Hour’, ‘Burned With Desire’, ‘Exhale’, ‘Yet Another Day’ en ‘This World Is Watching Me’, is full of timeless tracks that wear that classic-tag and keep returning to the clubs. But, as a true artist befits, Armin keeps creating new music and has now released his fourth artist album, 'Mirage'. For the album, Armin collaborated with the likes of BT, Christian Burns, Ferry Corsten, Adam Young and Nadia Ali. After the first single, ‘Full Focus’, the second release of the album was a collaboration with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, ‘Not Giving Up On Love’. The music video for the track was shot on party island Ibiza and includes shots of Club Amnesia, where Armin holds his residency. Performances & Armin Only Being the world's number 1 DJ sees the Dutch DJ perform at some of the world's biggest and best festivals, clubs, events and shows. One of the highlights of 2010 was Armin's DJ set at the Museumplein in Amsterdam in July, during the honoring of the Dutch soccer team. Even though the national team lost in the FIFA Worldcup, they partied like they were the absolute winners, and so did the 200.000 strong crowd. Sold-out shows for Armin Only in 2005 and 2006 created eager anticipation of the third edition, which kicked off in a sold-out Jaarbeurs in Utrecht in 2008; over 16,000 fans attended and were enthralled by the DJ’s nine hour set, under the name of ‘Imagine’. For his fourth artist album, ‘Mirage’, Armin will kick off another Armin Only World tour. After the first show in the sold-out Jaarbeurs in Utrecht on November 13th, Armin will continue to travel the globe with shows in 15 different countries, ranging from Australia to Ukraine, Argentina, Libanon and more.
Armin Van Buuren
Brennan Heart

Brennan Heart

Brennan Heart

Revolution by Che Hard Style Stage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
As a representative of Dutch dance industry, Brennan Heart is one of the leading brands in international hardstyle music. Tracks like 'Imaginary' and 'Lose my Mind' contain his remarkable signature: harmonious melodies, catchy vocal lines and an impeccable production. 'Lose my Mind' was an instant hit on YouTube with over 13 million views, which is an outstanding number for a hardstyle track. In 2013, Brennan Heart released a 50-minute documentary: 'Evolution of Style - a journey with Brennan Heart', the first longplay documentary on this epic genre. It confirmed his status as a top-50 DJ in the DJ Mag top 100, as well as his leading status in hardstyle music.
Brennan Heart
Coone

Coone

Coone

Revolution by Che Hard Style Stage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
From a young age, Coone has been mesmerized by music in all its different shapes and forms. The creation of his successful label Dirty Workz was a huge step in this young man's carreer, allowing him to take his music beyond even his own expectations and also giving new talents within the Hard Dance scene a respectable platform to launch new and exciting sounds into the scene. By the age of 24, Coone was able to lay down an almost impossible feat; completely selling out one of Belgium's largest venues with over 10.000 Hard Dance fans for an exclusive event - Coone & the Gang. The event has certainly become one of Coone's most memorable moments, a clear pillar in his life which marked the beginning of big things to come and completely opened the Hard Dance scene in Belgium, boosted by national tv and media coverage. As collaborations with some of Hardstyle's biggest names rolled in, Coone was able to impress the world with his unique sound within Hardstyle, imprinting a distinct signature sound into his productions. His experience has lead him towards a new "Challenge"; to create an album in 30 days including collaborations with some of the Hard Dance scene's superstars. The album was met with great support in the scene, catapulting Coone to new heights. Coone's success within Europe has opened up many doors for him as his eyes are fixed on the horizon, towards the international Hardstyle scene in countries such as Australia and the United States. Without a doubt, Coone lives and breathes Hardstyle. His passion shared by thousands of like-minded souls all over the world, each speaking a universal language. Music. A binding force uniting us all.
Coone
Da Tweekaz

Da Tweekaz

Da Tweekaz

Revolution by Che Hard Style Stage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Down to earth guys, with a passion for Hardstyle and Hard Dance in general, they give every crowd a moment to remember. When not behind the decks or in the studio, you can probably catch them partying in the front with their fans. Behind the decks their energy is unlike any other. Sunglasses on, smiles from ear to ear and fists pumping to each beat, they're a true spark to energize any party. From the personal setting of a club to the vast and immense setting of a festival, they bring their unique style to the table with an undying passion. Besides their ever popular debut album "Time 2 Shine" which scored massive hits in Hard Dance charts worldwide, another major step in their career was moving away from their Norwegian roots and planting themselves firmly in Belgium, where they now reside. This makes an accessible means for bookings in the Hardstyle dense countries surrounding Belgium. Since in Belgium, Da Tweekaz have realized the high demand of fresh music from their fans, which made them come up with the concept of #Tweekay14 in 2014: they released one video clip and track each month throughout the whole year. Because of the big success of this concept, they decided to bring it back in 2016. #Tweekay16 is now in full force, bringing their fans new and unique sounds each month.
Da Tweekaz
David Guetta

David Guetta

David Guetta

Mainstage

Friday, July 14, 2017
While there are many talented artists who achieve stardom and global popularity, few have such enduring and palpable influence as to reshape the dynamic of the entire music industry. Perhaps the greatest element of David Guetta’s illustrious story is not simply his countless personal successes, but his wider game-changing approach. From making dance music and DJ culture more of a viable and legitimised commercial success than ever before to finally uniting the worlds of electronic and urban music, the repercussions of his visionary attitude cannot be underestimated. David has established himself as arguably the world’s biggest and most successful DJ of all time by fusing dance music with urban artists. By teaming up with some of the biggest names in hip hop and R&B, and reinventing their sound for the electronic dancefloors, Guetta created pop alchemy. The ensuing hits such as ‘I Gotta Feeling’ with Black Eyed Peas, ‘When Love Takes Over’ with Kelly Rowland and ‘Sexy Bitch’ with Akon propelled him to superstardom. They also set a new template for the sound of commercial radio. This was instrumental in turning electronic music into the biggest youth movement since hip hop. Of course, his own groundbreaking accomplishments cannot be overlooked either. 50 million album and single sales; over 10 billion YouTube and Spotify plays; numerous #1 singles and Platinum and Gold certifications across the globe; two Grammys for Best Remixed Recording and four further nominations; one of the most successful club nights Ibiza has ever seen; one of the biggest social media followings of any DJ/producer; the first DJ to be on the cover of Billboard, the list goes on and on and on… With all his success as a chart-topping producer, it’s all too easy to forget about his hallowed heritage as a highly respected DJ. Promoting raves in his native Paris with nothing more than photocopied flyers, he rose through the influential ‘French touch’ era that saw the likes of Daft Punk come to fame, but was soon forging his own path through the dance music scene. Whether he’s playing at one of his residencies at XS and Encore in Las Vegas or Ushuaïa Ibiza or playing mega festivals like Tomorrowland (where he has performed since its first year) and Ultra Music Festival, he never forgets those humble roots. His ‘classical’ training in the art of mixing combined with his enduring appeal and continual relevancy ensured him the #6 spot on the DJ Mag Top 100 and a Billboard award for Top Dance/Electronic artist most recently. Citing his role in the studio in the vein of a classic producer, Guetta sits as the musical brain at the center of the project, bringing it all together. His incredible list of collaborators over the years has included Madonna, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, Usher, Sia, John Legend, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Rowland, Showtek, Avicii, Ne-Yo, Akon, Afrojack and Nicky Romero for starters, but he has also been a keen supporter of lesser-known talent. The likes of Sam Martin and Chris Willis have both enjoyed continual support from Guetta, showing that he’s not just about the A-listers but also about championing hot new names. “Of course it’s amazing to work with famous people,” he explains, “but the reason behind their fame is their talent. But I also love finding talented people who are not famous, it’s equally amazing to put the spotlight on them.” Always in high demand outside of the clubs, festivals and studios, Guetta’s extra-curricular activities have ranged from providing the original soundtrack and musical direction for the UEFA Euro 2016 football championship to being a key partner for UNICEF and an early supporter of groundbreaking legal mix uploading platform Dubset. Never hesitating to help charities, David joined forces with the United Nations in support of ‘’The World Needs More’’ campaign to raise funds for humanitarian emergencies. One of his latest releases Would I Lie To You is seeing him return to the club dancefloors, it’s clear that he’ll never be defined by just one side of his career. His passion for music remains undying, and while the world continues to watch his every move with anticipation, he’ll ignore the pressure and continue his ongoing search for that perfect beat. His latest release Shed A Light is a dance pop ballad that is bound to leave a lasting impression across the globe. The track shot to the charts and has reached a Golden status in Italy, The Netherlands and Sweden up until now. More than anything the deeply moving song sends a message of hope, urging us to heed the call of our hearts. The track has the emotional fire that Guetta aims for in all his productions.
David Guetta
Deadmau5

Deadmau5

Deadmau5

Mainstage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Canadian native Joel Zimmerman, more commonly known as Deadmau5 (pronounced "dead mouse"), didn't set out to become a groundbreaking electronic artist. The most impactful revolutions aren't planned, plotted or premeditated. They simply happen. There's also typically an enigmatic figure at the forefront of those aforementioned creative shifts. Canadian native Joel Zimmerman, more commonly known as Deadmau5 (pronounced "dead mouse"), didn't set out to become a groundbreaking electronic artist. He just made some music and it happened to change the game and pop culture as we know it. Isn't that the best way for it to work though?
Deadmau5
Dixon

Dixon

Dixon

Technostage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
...that a DJ with no massive hits to his name, who tends to steer clear of mainstream trends, rarely gives interviews and has not released a commercial mix CD for years can find himself at the top of Resident Advisor’s Top DJ Poll for four year in a row?To get to the root of this broad and sustained appeal, we need to go back to his formative years and ask what a DJ is essentially there to do in the first place. When Dixon entered the Berlin club circuit in the early 90s, he made his name on the strength of his djing. Back then, confidence or experience from releasing mixes online didn’t matter as much as it does now. You had to do your practice, of course, but when your sound was good and your mixing tight enough to take it to the clubs, there were opportunities out there. But with those opportunities came responsibilities. A residency did not mean playing the same club every once in a while, it meant playing the same club every week. The crowd didn’t consist of people who pick and choose club nights and their guest djs as the weekly hype commanded them. These were people who headed straight to a certain club night because they were sure its resident dj would deliver the goods this week as he did last week, and the next weeks to come. As long as that happened, there was no need to move on. In such a context, there is no quicker way to learn how to become a very good dj than by making people dance throughout a set that lasts the whole night, on a very regular basis. If you can’t hold the crowd for hours, you won’t make it. It’s learning by doing, the hard way. Dixon not only learned very quickly, he loved every moment of it. Starting out low, slow, unfolding the flow, working towards a peak, then working towards another, turning up, turning down, to find the exact moment to switch the mood, to find the perfect way to end what should be a lasting experience. Once you’ve passed your exams in the night club school of that era with flying colours, you can rely on those skills forevermore, and Dixon certainly did. His residencies then and now are clearly schooled on the stylistic and technical versatility and skills, attitude, stamina and experience gained from countless nights honing ways to direct a loyal crowd on the dance floor at will. However intent Dixon was to follow the path of his choice throughout his career, he certainly didn’t insist on travelling alone. He used events to introduce foreign djs to Berlin crowds, raised his profile by providing memorable support slots in the process, and contacts were made. He got to know like-minded souls from all over the globe, he travelled abroad himself, and his reputation grew further. Meanwhile, back home, he made bonds with Jazzanova and became involved with their vibrant Sonar Kollektiv label. In 2005 the rise of minimal sounds in club land was gaining momentum, while house was on the opposite trajectory. Sooner rather than later, Dixon concluded that there must be a way to maintain his preferred sound while so many djs and artists were reducing the musical ingredients of their output. The choice was simple: adapt or rebuild. Dixon opted for the latter and took the next step with a Sonar Kollektiv sublabel called Innervisions, which he founded with Âme. It was clear from the beginning that this label intended to make a difference, and that here all the connections Dixon had made with like-minded souls should come into fruition. It was a platform conceived to keep up the house tradition to which all those involved stayed so faithful over the years, but it also intended to breathe fresh life into it. And so it did. If Dixon’s famous rework of Tokyo Black Star’s Blade Dancer knocked on the door, then the second release, Âme’s future classic Rej EP, broke it off its hinges. It was around this time that the label parted from the Sonar Kollektiv mothership and became independent. The following releases by befriended artists confirmed the almost instantly strong reputation of the imprint and within a short time it became obvious that this label had achieved something rare: it had created a sound and an identity that began to seep through the scene, affecting the music other labels recruited and released. While it was developed on the back of a long-running tradition, Innervisions kicked house back into the present focus, and many others were happy to join in, either again or for the first time. Over the years, the Innervisions sound has become a stable reference point, adding a continuous context and substance to Dixon’s dj sets. And in turn, his appearances at clubs and festivals provide a constant source of crowd feedback to help finely adjust the label’s musical course. Dixon’s performances and the label’s releases share a number of recognisable values: an emphasis on rigorous selection, attention to detail and enduring quality. But also a preference for emotion over function. In both a musical and visual sense, Dixon is not averse to using bold colours and theatrical flourishes. No wonder his selection skills have also been called upon by the fashion industry (and following his taste in shirts has become a side hobby of dance music aficionados...). Finally, Dixon has always maintained the importance of delivering an authentic message. This striving for a unique identity has driven an obsession with making personal edits, tweaking tracks until they fit just right. Sometimes it means striking the right balance between educating and entertaining the crowd. But mostly it involves staying open to new ideas, following the urge to explore and trusting the same instincts that were formed in the very first years of his career. It’s a unique combination that has helped to create intimate, compelling and above all lasting memories on and off the dance floor.
Dixon
Don Diablo

Don Diablo

Don Diablo

Mainstage

Saturday, July 15, 2017
Don Pepijn Schipper, better known as Don Diablo, is a Dutch DJ, record producer, musician, singer and songwriter of electronic dance music. He is known for his eclectic style of production and vocalizing in most of his songs. His debut album was a prime example of his diversity as a producer. Co-directing most of his own music videos has kept his fascination of combining the visual and the audio alive. He is the brains behind many of the visual shows backing Amon Tobin and Skrillex’ sets along with L.A. visual company ‘VSquared Labs’. After presenting his new visual concept ‘The Hexagon’ at ADE’s Beamlab, Diablo and VSquared Labs used the newest light art technologies with urban street art at the Toren in Amsterdam. This led to a sold-out show and the continued experimentation of visual effects in his sets around the world.
Don Diablo
Eric Prydz

Eric Prydz

Eric Prydz

Mainstage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Eric Sheridan Prydz, also known by his stage names Pryda and Cirez D, is a Swedish DJ, record producer & musician residing in Los Angeles, California. As Mouseville Records and Pryda Recordings continue to deliver the dancefloor goods, Eric Prydz is now one of the world’s most in demand underground spinners and producers.
Eric Prydz
KSHMR

KSHMR

KSHMR

Mainstage

Saturday, July 15, 2017
Niles "Cyranizzy" Hollowell-Dhar (born 6 October 1988), better known as KSHMR, is coming up as one of the more memorable names in the electronic music industry. KSHMR is based in Berkeley, California, and since 2013, KSHMR has been making EDM after leaving the indie-pop duo The Cataracs. KSHMR first got his name in the EDM scene with the song "Megalodon" as his first big tune released in the early years of 2014. KSHMR is also known for contributing to compositions for many famous producers like Borgeous and DVBBS. Most of KSHMR's tracks are released under Spinnin' Records. KSHMR started raising attention when his single "Burn", a collaboration with DallasK, debuted reached the Top 40 chart on Beatport then eventually reached #1. The song has been released through 3 labels: Revealed Recordings, Spinnin' Records, and Ultra Records. Niles revealed himself as KSHMR at Ultra Music Festival and was introduced by Tiësto himself. His track, "Secrets", a collaboration with Tiësto and Vassy was a huge EDM hit. The track streamed through buzz charts, and reached the top of the Beatport Chart. KSHMR has had a number of Beatport hits, such as 'No Heroes', 'Burn', 'Secrets', 'Dead Mans Hand', 'Kashmir', 'Dogs' and 'Karate'.
KSHMR
Malaa

Malaa

Malaa

Mainstage

Friday, July 14, 2017
One of the most mysterious new figures on the french scene. Equipped with his balaclava Malaa has been a secretive source of intrigue since his arrival into the world of electronic music. The protege of Tchami, having released on his label Confession, he has also featured on the likes of Owsla and Mad Decent, helping him carve out a reputation as one of the rising talents in the game.
Malaa
Martin Solveig

Martin Solveig

Martin Solveig

Mainstage

Friday, July 14, 2017
There’s the committed, and then there’s Martin Solveig, and for a man who has achieved such an astonishing amount over the last decade, taking even one foot off the pedal is a concept the Frenchman simply finds completely alien. Catapulted to undisputed global superstardom by a record that stirred such international hysteria – Hello of course – the months and years ever since have been nothing short of a proverbial rollercoaster ride for the formidable singer, songwriter, DJ, producer and video-director extraordinaire. Ever quirky and always outrageously creative, his music videos are widely renowned as by far the best in their class and his performances continue to electrify audiences in every corner of the globe. From playful DJ to superstar producer, Martin Solveig’s career is as animated as the man himself.
Martin Solveig
Minus Militia

Minus Militia

Minus Militia

Revolution by Che Hard Style Stage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Defiance is programmed into their sinister DNA. Solitary they impose their dominance. Unified they will reign supreme. Crypsis, Radical Redemption, Chain Reaction and Nolz will redefine the definition of supremacy. Witness the savage act of…. MINUS MILITIA
Minus Militia
Nervo

Nervo

Nervo

Mainstage

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Having written and produced hits for the likes of Kylie Minogue, Ke$ha, The Pussycat Dolls, Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana) to name a few, and receiving a Grammy Award for writing ‘When Love Takes Over’ for David Guetta and Kelly Rowland, the sisters of NERVO from Australia have risen to stardom with their songwriting skills alone. Add to this a DJ schedule spanning over 200 live shows world-wide per year with main stage slots at some of the world's biggest festivals (Tomorrowland, EDC, Lollapalooza, and Creamfields), residencies at super clubs Omnia and Wet Republic in Las Vegas, Ushuaia in Ibiza, climbing as high as #16 in the DJ Mag top 100 DJ’s, a chart-topping debut album ‘Collateral’ in 2015 to high critical acclaim and reaching #1 on iTunes to string of club hits of their own including the latest releases on Monstercat titled “Anywhere You Go”, Spinnin titled “Alone”, and Armada titled “Forever Or Nothing” which includes the launch of their debut label GOT ME BABY! RECORDS, it’s fair to say NERVO are credited with being one of the biggest dance acts in the business.
Nervo
Seth Troxler

Seth Troxler

Seth Troxler

Technostage

Saturday, July 15, 2017
This American born DJ from Lake Orion, Michigan has focused on House and Techno sounds while drawing on the musical heritage of Detroit and Chicago. He has made it his responsibility to champion Detroit as the birthplace of Techno. His influences include the likes of Richie Hawtin and Moodymann. He has produced on labels such as the Wolfe + Lamb, Circus Company and Crosstown Rebels with collaborations from the Art Department, Matthew Dear, Tiefschwarz and Subb-an. He is the founder of the record label Visionquest and runs Cuttin' Headz and Tuskegee with The Martinex Brothers. Most DJ’s aren’t known for their personalities, but Troxler is known throughout the music industry as larger than life. With massive hits such as ‘Space and Time’ and ‘Hurt’, Troxler as made his mark as a talent who needs to be followed for his tracks as well as his personality. From partying hard on the Burning Man’s Playa to bringing the house down at Ibiza’s DC10, his live performances are never ones to miss. His prospects on the underground scene is cemented in authenticity; "I feel like EDM and underground dance music shouldn't necessarily be united, as we don't share common goals or interests."Inthemix, 2014 This year at Electrobeach, he is B2B with The Martinez Brothers on the 15th of July.
Seth Troxler
Stephan Bodzin Live

Stephan Bodzin Live

Stephan Bodzin Live

Technostage

Friday, July 14, 2017
“Authenticity is everything - without it everything would appear to be nothing more than a hollow shell”, says someone who has found himself at the centre of the international techno scene since 2006. The passionate musician from Bremen has become a heavy influence for an awful lot of producers worldwide. With his album “Liebe ist…” (‘Love is…’) Stephan Bodzin has reached yet another highpoint in his career. As the son of an experimental musician his career in the music industry was set from an early age. And it was only a matter of time before Stephan would fall in love with electronic music. Composing music for several prestigious European theaters was the first successful platform for his music. At the same time he discovered his passion for club sounds and increased his efforts in this area. His mindblowing talent was soon discovered and producers such as Oliver Huntemann, Thomas Schumacher and Marc Romboy queued up to work with Stephan. Due to the quality of his impressive music he has reached the top of the international techno scene. Most recently he has remixed songs for well-known bands such as Depeche Mode, Booka Shade and The Knife. His releases can be found on labels such as Get Physical, Datapunk, Gigolo, Systematic and Giant Wheel. “Throughout my releases and all my collaborations I managed to let my ideas flow freely and to develop my own style” Stephan explains. “I understood that my personal definition of good and bad music is very dynamic and that’s why intuition is so important in this business”. He describes himself as a “melody man” - “after all it’s the melodies that endure”. The responses to his productions seem to confirm this: his sounds are greatly loved in clubs worldwide. DJ Hell himself has dubbed Stephan’s tunes as the ground breaking “Bremen sound”. It was a logical move to create his own label called “Herzblut” in 2006. As part of the label-conglomerate Plantage 13 he has found the ideal creative framework for his works. His solos productions have done nothing but raise his worldwide profile even more and he now has the freedom of an individual artist with a worldwide audience. “This was a massive step forward”, he explains, “I produce music to share it, and I can experience this great feeling in each of my gigs”. On top of that Stephan has created a phenomenal live set that will exclusively be performed on his “Liebe ist…” tour. Stephan’s music is as polarizing as he is, both as DJ and live artist. But there’s one statement that holds true for all of his productions: they are certainly of the highest ‘authenticity’.
Stephan Bodzin Live