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.)
With hard-hitting house being all the craze throughout the electronic dance scene, Jay Robinson is one name that should be on everyone’s radar. Certainly needing no introduction when it comes the Night Bass community, the North Wales native has quickly becoming a driving force with his bass-heavy beats with a discography packed to the brim with club-ready weapons.
With only a sample size offering when it comes to releases, Zarian has already laid the groundwork for being one of the most promising producers in the world of dubstep over the past year. As his sound continues to evolve with each and every release, the Icon Collective product’s masterfully crafted guttural style is sure become a fan favorite in the bass scene when it comes to the avid headbangers looking to tap into the new wave of blossoming talent.
This Canadian talent has been one to push the traditional boundaries of electronic music tapping into a wide variety of musical influences. Finding herself serving up bone-rattling house hits delivering both qulauty and quantity with a steady flow of releases on labels such as Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak, AC Slater‘s Night Bass, Tchami‘s Confession, Nostalgix has quickly began garnered the attention of dance fans and her peers with her career on the brink of kicking it into high-gear. The reign of Nostalgix has just begun!
The menacing trap genre has seen a bit of a revival with bass music taking off here in the United States and one of the fresh faces that continues to push the genre forward with New York City’s So Dope. Unloading a hefty load of originals over the past year showcasing an irrefutable fervor for electronic experimentation, So Dope is one producer that is sure to keep listeners on their toes.
While there is certainly no shortage of talent in the world of dubstep these days, Oddprophet certainly isn’t one of the new kids on the block. The Welsh-raised producer has been making waves in the bass scene for four years now and had himself quite the breakout 2019 all thanks to his relentless style of production. It’s only a matter of time before Oddprophet is a household name amongst headbangers.
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