DJ Mag has announced its take on the Top 100 DJs of 2013, and Dutch progressive & electro house DJ Robbert van de Corput, aka Hardwell has come out on top.
Hardwell is trailed by Top 100 regulars in the top 5:
- Armin Van Buuren
- David Guetta
About the ranking, Hardwell says “I have so many people I’d like to thank, but none more so than the fans. They have been incredible; their support at my shows and with my music has been out of this world. You really are the best fans in the world.?
Meanwhile, this is what deadmau5 had to say about the ranking:
See the full DJ list below and let us know what you think of it!
This is the official music video for deadmau5 & Imogen Heap‘s Telemiscommunications.
The video was ‘crowdsourced’, with input from 20 animators.
Sunday Synth Jam: Synthesist Kebu returns. This time, though, instead of his more retro-styled electronica, Kebu does an all-analog cover of The Veldt, by Deadmau5.
“I just discovered “The Veldt” by Deadmau5 and really enjoyed it,” explains Kebu. “I noticed that I could recreate the riff with my Korg Mono/Poly, with the TR-808 trigging the gate of it, and off I went!”
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The results of DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ poll for 2012 have been announced – and Armin van Buuren tops the list. Tiesto & Avicii took the second and third places.
The results were announced at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event.
As usual, trance music artists dominate the list. And female artists continue to be missing in action. And yes, the guys at the top are also the richest DJ’s in the world.
We’ve got the full list below. Check it out and let us know who you think should be at the top!
What’s Deadmau5 got now?
In addition to blowing out cell phone microphones, his giant touch-screen apparently doubles as a MIDI DJ controller…….
Forbes has published their take on the world’s highest paid DJs, and Tiësto came out on top, followed by Skrillex & Swedish House Mafia.
Though these Electronic Cash Kings hail from all over the globe, they?ve got at least one thing in common: they all make the bulk of their money by touring.
Often toting nothing more than a USB stick and a pair of Pioneer CDJs, their production costs are often negligible, unlike rockers and pop stars who typically take home just one-third of gross ticket sales.
Here’s the full list: