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Top 5 DJs to Watch in 2019

Top 5 DJs to Watch in 2019

2019 is the year of the success makers. From experimental dubstep to chill house, 2019 is shaping up to be one of the best years for EDM. There’s tons of new talent on the rise and all with different sounds to listen to.

The following five DJs have really stood out and are making their name and sound heard. We’re hoping 2019 will be the year of not just new music, but tons of new rising artists.

 

  • Lizzy Jane
  • Coming from Tampa, Florida, Lizzy Jane brings the house down every Friday at the Ritz Ybor. Her sound is heavy and deep and she brings something new to every track. If you like bass mixed with deep and dark sounds, Lizzy Jane is the one for you. Her newest track, “Bad Sound” is a brain-melting mix of deep and weird and wonky bass.

     


  • Whipped Cream
  • The women are rising up in the EDM scene and Whipped Cream isn’t holding back. Her dark and sultry sound is like nothing we’ve heard before. While still maintaining her sound, Whipped Cream does an exceptional job of showing her versatility from track to track.

    Just listen to her most recent remix of Zhu’s “Desert Woman” and her track “Bad for Me” and watch the versatility and straight talent jump right out.

     

     

  • Toy Box
  • Toy Box is definitely the most different from all the other DJs on this list, but it means they’re a standout that needs to be heard. Definitely a more chill and relaxed artist, Toy Box knows how to transport us to different worlds within just a few seconds. Coming from Colorado and making music since 2015, we’re going to need more of Toy Box's laid back and groovy sounds.

     

    1788-L

    Mysterious and tech-heavy, 1788-L really blew up last year. This producer has an air of mystery to him that he keeps throughout not only his music but through his social media and live sets as well. His Daft Punk remix put him on the map, and stayed with his mindblowing original tracks and collaborations. 1788-L just had a successful run on tour with Ekali in 2018 and we can’t wait to see what is in store for 2019.


     

     

    Peekaboo

    Peekaboo came on the scene with an incredibly different sound. Having just released his newest EP “Wrecking Ball”, Peekaboo is definitely on top of his game. The producer has collaborated with artists like Bassnectar and remixed Zeds Dead. His sound is the perfect definition of “bass in your face” and will have you melting out of your chair.


     



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