Best Club DJs

Electronic music is the current top trend in almost every corner of the world. The DJs who used to play in underground clubs with audiences that never surpassed 200 people now play in front of huge crowds that fill Olympic stadiums and airfields. Here are a few of the most influential artists of the electronic genre that you can enjoy in a club or at a music festival:

Frankie Knuckles – the pioneer

During the 1980s electronic music was just a minor style with very few followers . The mainstream scene was firmly contested by pop artists, hard rock bands, and hip-hop singers. It was at that time that a young Francis Nicholls started entertaining small crowds with electronic remixes of famous songs. His innovational style quickly gained him sizeable support from the fans even from girls that work on, and he began climbing the industry’s ladder to success. His passion for music and a string of international hits earned him the nickname of “The Godfather of House Music.”

Fatboy Slim – the trailblazer

When it comes to club DJs, there are few revolutionary artists as famous as Fatboy Slim. Norman Quentin Cook started his musical career in the early 1990s and quickly rose to fame with an unconventional style that mixed big beat with electronic rock and memorable lyrics. His progress astounded the industry and turned the electronic genre into mainstream music.

Armin Van Buuren – the innovator

By the middle of the 2000s, an electronic party was already a common pastime for most young people. The advent of this genre opened the doors for several DJs who could now play their hits to wider audiences. One of the most successful artists made his debut during that era without even using a stage name. Armin Van Buuren took the fast way to stardom with his international hits that mixed vocal trance with house music and tribal sounds. The Dutch DJ is currently one of the most appreciated artists in the industry, and he enjoys a large following all across the world.