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.)
While these two popped up on everyone’s radar after a collaboration with Marshmello, Bellecour has been making waves in the world of house music for about two years now. Unveiling a steady flow of music throughout 2019, this French duo is primed to be a force to be reckoned with going forward.
In a time where versatility as a producer reigns supreme, Lucille Croft is one name that has proven to thrive in the darkest corner of electronic music offering up tracks bouncing between the bass house and mid-tempo genres. Being quite the bass enthusiast, the Australian talent looks to make a lasting impression on the scene well beyond 2019.
Still buzzing off the release of their recent single “Heart of Mine” featuring Kobra Paige, WE ARE FURY have made a name for themselves with the simply stunning melodic dubstep tunes inviting listeners on an emotional rollercoaster with each release. In a time were Adventure Club, Seven Lions and Illenium are household names, WE ARE FURY find themselves not too far behind when it comes to melodic and emotive productions.
When it comes to forward-thinking electronic music, Shadient is one name who has been pushing boundaries from the start. Receiving high praise from the one and only Porter Robinson when it comes to production, this Essex native has proven to be in a league of his own serving up gems that are a mesmerizing blend of heavy, metallic and industrial.
Popping onto the scene not even a full year ago, Saint Punk’s quickly showcased his production prowess with countless releases drenched in his unique grunge sound. With a number of impressive remixes and originals under his belt, this is simply no stopping the Los Angeles native who has found his niche cooking up bass heavy electronic productions infused with gritty rock and hip-hop elements.