After missing the past 2 years due to Covid-19, Ultra Music Festival returns to downtown Miami March 25th-27th at Bayfront Park

Phase 1 talent announced today includes: Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Amelie Lens, Boris Brejcha, Camelphat, Carl Cox, David Guetta, DJ Snake, Fisher, Gareth Emery, Illenium, Knife Party, Kygo (closing the Main Stage the opening night), Nicky Romero, Nina Kraviz, Oliver Heldens,  Oliver Tree, Pendulum, Slander, Sofi Tucker, Svdden Death, Tale of Us, Timmy Trumpet and Zeds Dead.

Click here for more info! Tickets are not currently on sale however we expect there to be an on sale in the future for a limited number of tickets.


The results for the Top 100 DJs 2021 poll have been announced


David Guetta has won the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll 2021. Guetta has retained the No.1 spot that he claimed last year, a decade after he was first crowned the world’s No.1 DJ back in 2011.

The Frenchman now joins an elite grouping of Dutch DJs — Martin Garrix, Tiësto and Armin van Buuren — who have won the Top 100 vote three times or more.

“It’s wonderful, I’m so happy,” David said to DJ Mag about his win. “To do it two times in a row as well — it’s the third time, but two times in a row is pretty crazy. It’s been an incredibly busy year for me, but it’s always nice when you work hard to feel like people can see it.

“I’ve been doing this for so many years, since I was playing funk records as a teenager. It’s amazing to be able to pursue your passion, and I just hope — cos I also started from nothing — that being No.1 after all these years is an inspiration to kids that are bedroom DJs like I was.”

As part of this year’s Top 100 DJs campaign, DJ Mag once again held Virtual Festivals every Saturday and Sunday during the voting period. The streams — which included sets from David Guetta, KSHMR, Timmy Trumpet and Miss K8 — racked up well over 5.7 million views in total.

The Top 100 DJs results were announced live on stage at the Top 100 DJs Awards, presented by AMF, which took place at Amsterdam’s AFAS Live. Guests at the event  — and the millions watching the live stream around the world  — were treated to performances from Afrojack, Alan Walker, Armin van Buuren (Highest Trance DJ), Avalan, Christina Novelli, Don Diablo (Highest Future House DJ), Carnage/GORDO (Highest Returning DJ), Mariana BO, MORTEN (Highest New Entry), Oliver Heldens and W&W.

Also announced during the Top 100 DJs Award show were two editorial choice awards, selected by DJ Mag’s editors to recognise the contribution of artists making a significant impact outside the scope of Top 100 DJs voting. Japanese artist Qrion  — whose rise since debuting on Anjunadeep in 2019 has been meteoric  — was presented with the Future Star award. Detroit techno architect Kevin Saunderson  — fresh from rebooting his E-Dancer project with a remix album on Drumcode and appearing on the cover of DJ Mag North America  — was given the Lifetime Achievement award.

The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected a lot of elements of the international electronic dance music scene, but it doesn’t seem to have dented the enthusiasm of dance music fans — an incredible 1.3 million people voted in the Top 100 DJs poll this year, matching last year’s total, cementing Top 100 DJs position as the biggest music poll in the world.

Most voters in this year’s Top 100 DJs came from prime clubbing age ranges, with 40% of votes coming from 18-24-year-olds and 40% from the 25-34 age range. However, with clubs and festivals still closed or cancelled for most of the year, a lot of participants in the poll clearly based their votes on live-streamed sets or past favourites.

You can read David Guetta's Top 100 DJs 2021 profile here.

The photo used in this article is from the Top 100 DJs 2020 ceremony


1001Tracklists: Top 101 Producers 2021


1001Tracklists: Top 101 Producers 2021
Yesterday 1001Tracklists revealed the Top 101 Producers 2021! This year marks the sixth edition of the annual ranking, rewarding the artists whose music has been played the most by DJs around the world.
Top 101 Producers 2021 Winner: Vintage Culture
This year’s rankings feature first time Brazilian winner Vintage Culture, who has been on a tear of huge releases and remixes. Previous winner David Guetta takes home second place with the continuous expansion of his Future Rave sound. Groove master Kryder comes in next at #3, his highest finish yet. 4th place belongs to Armin van Buuren, who has finished in the Top 20 every year since the creation of the rankings. And rounding out the Top 5 is rising talent John Summit, who has been on an absolute bender of releases this year.
Top 101 Producers 2021: Full Ranking
The rankings are calculated by summing up each artist’s unique DJ support between October 1, 2020 and September 30, 2021. This year the algorithm to calculate the final positions has seen some slight adjustments, allowing one artist to support another artist a maximum of 5 times to count towards the rankings. For example, if David Guetta supported Oliver Heldens on 10 different tracks, this would count as 5 points for the rankings.
To learn more about how the rankings are calculated and which tracks and supports are eligible, visit the Top 101 Producers website.
Top 101 Producers 2021 Celebration Event
On Wednesday the 13th of October, 1001Tracklists will host the official Top 101 Producers 2021 celebration party at Boom Chicago in Amsterdam. We’re proud to partner with ROCKI to put on this year’s ADE showcase. ROCKI is the biggest music NFT and streaming platform on Binance Smart Chain, and offers artists easy to use features to release their music as collectible music NFTs or for streaming on the blockchain.
The Top 101 Producers 2021 celebration will see many of the top finishers of the rankings perform live and receive their awards. The lineup includes ASCO, Chapter & Verse, Curbi, DONT BLINK, DubVision, GUZ, HUGEL, KREAM, Laura van Dam, Malarkey, Marc Benjamin, RetroVision, Tim Hox + some very special guests!
To join the celebration, RSVP for free here: https://1001.tl/ade



The Alternative Top 100 DJs 2021, powered by Beatport, is also announced at the end of the month

The dates have been revealed for 2021's DJ Mag Top 100 DJs & Alternative Top 100 DJs results announcement.

The winners of this year's Top 100 DJs poll, powered by Beatport, will be unveiled on Wednesday 13th October via a full social media countdown across DJ Mag's Instagram and Twitter pages, a live countdown on DJMag.com, plus a very special live-streamed awards ceremony, presented by AMF.

Alongside the crowning of the World’s No.1 DJ, the awards ceremony will feature performances from Afrojack, Alan Walker, Armin Van Buuren, Avalan, Don Diablo, MORTEN, Mariana Bo, W&W and more. Watch the event on AMF.TV, or purchase remaining tickets for the event here.

The Top 100 DJs announcement will be followed on Wednesday 27th October with the online countdown of the Alternative Top 100 DJs, a sister poll that uses Top 100 DJs voting data alongside insights from Beatport to recognise the achievements of house and techno DJs.

The awards show and performances will be streamed on DJ Mag and AMF’s Facebook and YouTube channels from 18:30 to 00:00 on Wednesday 13th October.


The show will compile one hour of some of the biggest Tomorrowland hits

Tomorrowland One World Radio announces weekly TV show

Tomorrowland One World Radio is launching a weekly TV show on Clubbing TV.

Airing each Saturday, the show will compile one hour of some of the biggest Tomorrowland hits, played at the summer, winter and digital editions of the famed festival.

The next episode, which will air on 9th October at 9pm CET, will include tracks by the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Tiësto, David Guetta and Joris Voorn, among others.

Speaking about the link-up, Clubbing TV CEO Stephane Schweizer said: "We are not only very proud but super excited to have Tomorrowland One World Radio on Clubbing TV. The show is fitting perfectly in our diversified playlist as One World Radio is representing all genres of the electronic music scene, so Clubbing TV is. The team behind the project has managed to put in images of The Sound of Tomorrowland in an amazing way and we cannot wait to share this with our viewers every week."

Tomorrowland's One World Radio celebrated two years since its launch in February of this year, airing sets from Armin van Buuren, Afrojack and more.

It was recently revealed that Tomorrowland organisers are hoping to stage a three-weekend event in the summer of 2022, to make up for the cancelled editions of the last two years as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.