With there being no shortage of talent in the world of electronic dance music, DJ Times has started a new monthly series where we will showcase some of the finest up-and-coming artists who we’d like to consider in the on-deck circle because we believe they’re next up! In case you missed it, click here to check out our complete list dating back to November’s inaugural edition.
(For those who don’t know, the on-deck circle is a baseball term that refers to being next in line to bat.)
When it comes to the world of techno, French artist Raito is quickly rising through the ranks as one of the most promising talents in scene today. With an undeniable production prowess for brewing warehouse rattlers, it is no surprise that we’ve seen regular releases from him on Boysnoize Records, along with having also featured on Intec, Nervous and Mako.
With the bass music scene currently thriving, the forward-thinking production stylings of MineSweepa has not gone unnoticed. Driven by an experimental mindset, you never know what you’re going to get from the producer who hails from the Pacific Coast of the United States but there certainly no denying he is soon to be quite the force to be reckoned with.
After making his debut on the HOWSLA EP catching the attention of Chris Lake and Skrillex, Noizu has solidified as one of house music’s brightest stars who is going to dominate the festival circuit this summer. Not only playing some of the biggest festivals across the globe, but his tracks are sure to get a boatload of spins. Serving beats both groovy and infectious, the Noizu story has just begun.
Finding her niche in the bass scene, Mexico City’s Jessica Audiffred has quickly become a fan favorite amongst the Circus Recordings community unleashing her fury with a menacing barrage of bass with each and every release. Not taking your average route into the spotlight from a country that is on the rise when it comes to the electronic dance scene, Audiffred’s upbringing and rise to prominence is a prime reason she will be a dominant force in the bass scene throughout 2019 and beyond.
The LA-based “digital renegade” duo, Pixel Terror has been making the presence felt in the dubstep scene for quite some time now laying the perfect blueprint for a breakout 2019. Becoming quite the favorite amongst the leigon of Monstercat fan in recent months, there is simply not stopping these two with their relentless production style and eye-catching charactercher.