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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.)

Slooze

Still very much a mystery in the electronic music space, Slooze has quickly proved to be a force to be reckoned with when it comes to production. Thriving in the realm of the menacing, mid-tempo genre, there is no denying the anonymous act has a bright future….even though their music is more on the darker side.

ROSSY

One name to keep a close eye on going forward is Rossy whose eclectic sound has separated her from the rest of the pack. With a production style that walks the line of future bass and trap, she delivers colorful tunes that pack quite the punch — refreshing, to say the least.

Benda

There is certainly no shortage of talent when it comes to the world of dubstep and Benda looks to be one of the promising talents pushing the genre forward. Unleashing his fury with a bevy of punishing originals, it’s safe to say the reign of this Miami native has just begun.

Wyatt Marshall

Already making a name for himself throughout the Dirtybird community with an official remix of Claude VonStroke’s “Who’s Afraid of Detroit?” in addition to playing the label’s annual Campout, if you’re a lover of pulsating house and techno beats…..Wyatt Marshall is one fresh face to keep a tab on.

Reaper

Continuing to pump new life into the realm of drum and bass, up-and-comer Reaper is going against the grain with a bone-rattling style of production choosing to stand out rather than blend in. With a boatload of relentless originals and remixes under his belt, this masked mastermind seems to be a man on a mission pushing his “new rave agenda”