Jakob Liedholm hasn’t let age stop him from designing jaw-dropping tunes. He embraces his youth, and uses it to the fuel each dance-worthy anthem. The Swedish producer continues to garner accolades for his catchy style of house music, resulting in official remixes and radio play from the likes of Pete Tong.
Not much is readily known about Fytch, but his music tends to take care of that. The producer out of the Netherlands shocked the world in 2011 with venomous revamps of Ellie Goulding, Example, and Little Boots, while unleashing an unforgettable release on Buygore. Fytch was off the map for a bit, but is back now and producing passionate bumps faster than ever.
When Steerner initially dropped a short preview for his track “Friends,” it was dubbed the new “Levels” by many of his fans. While the track hasn’t been wrecked by a certain mainstream rapper, appeared on TV, or become the mockery of EDM, it has still impacted anyone who happened to stumble upon it.
Pierce Fulton loves to “Get Weird,” dress in fine leathers, and unleash electrifying club anthems. The New England native has taken a firm grip on the world of progressive house, and is taking no shortcuts throughout his relentless ascension to the top. He’s already hit the road with Wolfgang Gartner, and that’s just the beginning for Mr. Fulton.
Kezwik is dubstep’s latest young gun to lay waste on his respective scene. He’s quickly crafted an addicting style of bass music, which effortlessly balances heavy and melodic in one fatal blow. Galvanizing collaborations with Protohype, Phrenik, and Mimi Page prove he’s making an impression on fellow artists, while dropping ten point earthquakes left and right.