Knife Party consists of Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, two central figures of Pendulum. With their first EP 100％ No Modern Talking in 2011, they started their full-scale career. Their triumphant career includes a main stage headliner in Electric Zoo in New York and the closing act at “Tomorrowland’s epic 10th Anniversary.” They ranked their highest at number 25 on DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs in 2013.
Yellow Claw is a Dutch duo formed in 2012, consisting of Jim Aasgier and Nizzle. Their concept of “the fusion of hip-hop and EDM” gained a great success, and their debut album Blood For Mercy, released in November 2012, topped at the Billboard and Beatport album chart. Selected as a main act of world-class festivals including Coachella and Tomorrowland, and ranked at number 47 on 2018 DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs, they have been building up a growing reputation.
Nicky Romero is a world-leading young DJ from the Netherland.Supported by such big names as David Guetta and Avicii, he acquired increasing popularity, and the single “Toulouse” released in 2012 became a smash hit, its music video having been played more than 4 hundred million times. He works in a wide range of areas, not just as a DJ but as a producer. He has worked with international stars such as Rihanna and Britney Spears, and produced SEKAI NO OWARI’s “Dragon Night.” Known for the Anonymous masks, he has long been a world-top DJ since he ranked at number 7 on DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs in 2013.
Showtek started their musical career in about 2001 as a brother duo of Sjoerd Janssen and Wouter Janssen. They moved from their primal techno-centered style through hardstyle with high-speed beats on to EDM such as progressive house/techno. With the blockbuster hit of “Booyah” released in 2013, they became much sought after by worldwide music festivals and club events. They successively released big hits such as 2014’s “Bad” and 2015 “Sun Goes Down.” DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs in 2014 ranked them at number 17.