CAZZETTE is a Swedish DJ duo consisting of Sebastian Furrer & Alexander Björklund. The duo represent the second baby of Ash Pournouri from At Night Management (same manager behind the meteoric rise of Avicii) with the name launched from nothing on June 9, 2011. Within days, CAZZETTE released their first release, a remix for Avicii entitled “Sweet Dreams (CAZZETTE meet AT NIGHT Mix) “on Joia Records and it’s been charting at the Top20 on Beatport Top100 General Charts for 6 weeks straight. Their bootleg of Swedish House Mafia’s “Save the World” was accepted as an official remix by the boys and their highly appreciated bootleg of Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain” went straight to the number one spot on Hypemachine.com most popular after being uploaded on their Soundcloud page.
Project 46 made an undeniable impact on the progressive house scene this year, on a meteoric rise that started when their breakthrough Monstercat release Reasons featuring vocals by Andrew Allen went straight past Tiesto to the #1 overall spot on Beatport. Living at opposite ends of the country has not slowed down the steady flow of productions from the Project 46 studios, as Ryan and Thomas find time to post new tracks on their Soundcloud page at least weekly. Their refreshing mixes of originals, remixes, bootlegs, and mashups have kept fans engaged and drawn massive support from followers across the globe. Fast forward a few months, and releases on SPINNIN and Manufactured Music combined with their solid studio output and touring schedule earned Project 46 a well deserved placement on the Top 100 DJs list, squeezing in at #100, joining Richie Hawtin and Deadmau5 as the only Canadians to make this year’s poll.
Asaf Borger aka Borgore, has unquestionably become a household name for those who follow the ever growing Dubstep sound.
Distant from the main stages and social circles of Dubstep in Europe, especially in the UK, Borgore turned to creating a huge online presence using many social network platforms.
Music has always been the biggest aspect of his life. Weather it was playing the piano when he was just three years old or graduating from one of the best youth programs in the world as a saxophone major, playing the drums for a Deathmetal band or MC’ing alongside Tomba on their live beatbox group, (which later into their Dubstep group, Amp) Borgore has dipped his toes into many areas of music.
John started over from scratch. After seven years touring the world as drum-n-bass maestro Infiltrata, after winning over icons such as Goldie and Photek, John Dadzie gave himself a new name, a new sound, and a new determination. It was 2005 and the gentile beatmaker was inspired by sounds he heard spun by the likes Technical Itch, Skream and Benga. It was dubstep. And it was his calling. Once 12th Planet is born, the story really begins. The British dubstep movement takes hold in LA thanks to 12th Planet and the events he aligns himself with; Smog, Media Contender, HARD, and his own club night Dubtroit. Like the mythological twelfth planet (popularized by controversial author Zecharia Sitchin), our 12th Planet flies perpendicular to the system. His wicked beats are off axis. His subsonic frequencies surround you in their own orbit. America’s first king of dubstep is ready for impact.
AC Slater has established himself as one of the most in demand remixers and producers in the world right now and his growing reputation is showing no signs of slowing down.
Raised on 90′s Hip-Hop and nourished by old school rave, AC has cultivated these influences to give birth to his own style of music production. A pioneer in the current electro and heavy bass sound, AC is one of the most talked about and sought after dance artists around. His tracks consistently top the Hype Machine and radio airplay charts, most notably his remix of the international hit “Show Me Love” by Robin S and his remix of underground classic “Turn The Music Up” being voted one of Moby’s top 10 tracks of the decade.
Getter has taken the underground bass music culture by storm. This San Jose native has been taking over stages across the states for the last two years with a high energy stage presence and bass infused sets he is crushing the dance floor with each banger he drops you. Before he was 18 Getter had already grabbed multiple releases on some underground labels: Ultragore, Prime Audio, and Chronos. What he is best known for, are his signature guttural basses he has in his tunes.