Felguk is the stage name of the Brazilian DJs and music producer duo Felipe Lozinsky (born February 12, 1986) and Gustavo Rozenthal (born February 26, 1982). The duo performed – and had their single “2nite” as the track for the official trailer – at world-renowned dance music festival Electric Daisy Carnival 2010. Later that year they played at Nocturnal Festival 2010, and peaked at #2 in Beatport with their remix of the 2007 dance hit “Exceeder”. Felguk have also remixed Madonna’s 2009 single, “Celebration”, Flo Rida featuring David Guetta “Club Can’t Handle Me”, and The Black Eyed Peas “The Time (Dirty Bit)”.The duo began their own imprint, Dongle Records, in 2011, where they have released two singles, ‘Blow Out,’ and ‘Jack It,’ and will have another EP titled ‘Bassive’ out on Beatport on November 22nd.  In October of 2011, Felguk was voted #87 in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll.

On Repeat (Felguk’s Latest Album Release)

Dirty South & Thomas Gold Ft. Kate Elsworth

Dragan Roganović (born 1978), better known by his stage name Dirty South,is a Serbian-born Australian DJ, remixer and record producer based in Melbourne.

“Breakthrough DJ / Producer 2010: Thomas Gold” Axwell in DJ Mag 2010

“Rising Star 2010” Beatport 2010

2011 was a landmark year for Thomas Gold – you couldn’t step inside the world’s finest clubs this year without hearing a Thomas Gold original track, collaboration or remix blasting from the speakers at some point during the evening. As a DJ, quite simply, Thomas Gold is known for having amongst the most impeccable programming and mixing skills in the business.

When asked by DJ Mag to name their upcoming DJ/producer of 2011, Swedish House Mafia, Axwell, Sander van Doorn, Cosmic Gate (and more) had one name in common – Thomas Gold. As a producer, Thomas Gold focuses on quality over quantity. 2010’s smashes “AGORa” [Size], “Work That” / “Kananga” [Toolroom], “The Button” [Toolroom], ”Marsch Marsch” [Toolroom], “Areena” (w/ David Tort and David Gausa), Thomas Gold & Alex Kenji “What´s Up” [Spinnin’] and Fatboy Slim vs Thomas Gold “Star69” [Skint], set the stage for a massive 2011. Thomas Gold’s collaboration with Dirty South, “Alive (feat. Kate Elsworth),” was named essential new tune by BBC Radio 1 on July 8, shot to number two on the Beatport charts and became one of the summer’s true festival anthems. Thomas returned in October with a massive rework of “Marsch Marsch” for inclusion on the 2011 Toolroom Amsterdam Dance Event Compilation.

In 2009 Thomas remixed Delerium’s classic “Silence” and it was named “Best Progressive House Track Of 2009” by Beatport. Then, in 2010, Thomas Gold remixed Moguai “We Want Your Soul” for Size Records and it was described by Tiësto as a “classic.” These proved to be just the tip of the iceberg as his remixing reached another level in 2011. In January, Axtone released “Hard Rock Sofa & St Brothers ‘Blow Up’ (Thomas Gold vs Axwell Remix)” which promptly rocketed up to number three on the Beatport charts. In March, Toolroom released Jay C & Felix Baumgartner “Souk (Thomas Gold Remix);” In May, Interscope released Lady GaGa “Judas (Thomas Gold Remix);” and on July 4th XL Recordings dropped Adele “Set Fire To The Rain (Thomas Gold Remix).” Thomas’ remix of “Set Fire To The Rain” which now has over 10 million plays on YouTube. Thomas rounded out his 2011 remix work with Sander van Doorn ‘Reach Out’ (Thomas Gold Remix) for Doorn Records

As a DJ, Thomas Gold played all the right places in 2011. The impressive list includes coveted spots on Swedish House Mafia’s legendary Masquerade Motel Miami, EDC Las Vegas @ Swedish House Mafia (main) stage, Size Matters @ Governor’s Island, NYC, Tomorrowland main stage, Pacha Ibiza alongside Swedish House Mafia, Creamfields UK main stage and SHM stage, Escape From Wonderland Halloween Size Matters Stage, Sankeys Club, Manchester, Space Miami (headline), Pacha NYC (headline) and Ministry Of Sound (headline), among others.

Things to look out for from Thomas Gold in 2012 include Henrik B “Leave A Light On (Thomas Gold Remix)” [out in winter/early spring on Axtone]; Dirty South & Thomas Gold “Eyes Wide Open” [late January 2012 on Phazing], and finally, the much anticipated release of Thomas Gold “Sing2Me” [spring 2012 on Axtone]. “Sing2Me” was originally premiered by Swedish House Mafia during their September 16 takeover of BBC Radio 1, so this is a long time coming!

Dirty South & Thomas Gold Ft. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open (Original Mix)

Gareth Emery

Gareth Emery was born in Southampton, but he is now in Manchester, England. He is a producer and DJ of trance music. He comes from a diverse musical background that includes classical piano training, jazz, and a little punk rock. Gareth has emerged in the last few years as one of the world’s major trance DJs. Since entering the DJ Mag Top 100 poll at number #34 in 2006, he has climbed every year since being ranked #31 in the 2007 poll, #23 in the 2008 poll, and entering the top 10 in 2009 at #9. He is widely tipped to become one of the next global stars of trance music, with both Paul van Dyk and Ferry Corsten naming him as a future star in their DJ Mag Top 100 interviews in 2006/2007. In 2010 Gareth was named as #7 DJ in the world by DJ Mag.

Gareth Emery – Tokyo [Garuda]

Dada Life

Dada Life are a prominent Swedish electro house duo, consisting of Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom. In 2010, Dada Life was voted #89 in DJ Magazine’s annual Top 100 list of the most popular DJ’s. Dada Life’s popularity escalated significantly over the next year and in October 2011, they were voted #38 in DJ Mag’s Top 100. Some of Dada’s biggest hits to date include “Kick Out The Epic Motherf*cker”, “Unleash the Fucking Dada”, “White Noise / Red Meat”, and their remixes of “Kaskade feat. Haley – Dynasty” and “Big Bad Wolf – Duck Sauce” . Dada Life frequently headlines at North America’s two largest electronic dance festivals, at the Electric Daisy Carnival and Ultra Music Festival.

Dada Life – Happy Violence (Special Features Remix)

Sebastian Ingrosso

Sebastian Ingrosso (born Sebastian Carmine Ingrosso on 20 April 1983) is a Swedish DJ and producer of Italian descent. Born in Grahamstown, South Africa but raised in Solna, Sweden. Sebastian spent his teenage years in his fathers studio learning how to make music, with his first official remix released on Mega Records in 1999. He is head of A&R for his own record label, ‘Refune’, which has pioneered many artists in recent years including AN21, Max Vangeli, Style of Eye and Alesso. He was ranked #16 in 2010 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ list, and won the award for the highest new entry into the chart in 2009, a record beaten only by Deadmau5 into the 2008 Top 100 DJ list at #10. Sebastian is also one third of DJ super-group the Swedish House Mafia, along with friends Axwell and Steve Angello.

Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso – Calling (Original Mix)