With there being no shortage of talent in the world of electronic dance music, DJ Times has started a 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 our 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.)
If the progressive house and trance genres are a personal favorite of yours, Farius is one to watch. Already showcasing his uplifting sounds on Anjunabeats, A State Of Trance, Vandit, Zerothree, it is hard to deny that he’s one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming progressive talents in the scene today,
High-octane house seems to be quite the fan-favorite as of late, so it’s no real surprise that Schade has been making some serious waves throughout the past year. Always one to deliver relentless beats when it comes to productions or his sets, you can always expect something explosive from this Southern California native.
Unless you live under a rock, it’s pretty clear bone-rattling experimental sounds of freeform bass have dominated 2019. If you’re a fan of the downright dirty stuff, sfam are serving up exactly what you crave and show no signs of slowing down.
Making her presence felt showcasing her skills throughout festival season in addition to dropping her debut EP, Mindreader, Kittrix is poised to be quite the force to be reckoned with going forward. Thriving throughout the many sub-genres of house music, she is one who knows how to read a crowd while delivering on all fronts.
With no shortage of originals coming from this budding talent, Aadysi is one budding bass enthusiast who’s forward-thinking productions have separated himself from the rest of the pack. Dwelling in the darkest corner of electronic dance music, the story of the mysterious Aadysi has just begun to unfold.
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