Mike Relm was born on March 12, 1978 (age 42 years) in the California, United States. He is a celebrated dj. His genre is Dance/electronic. His successful albums are Radio Fryer, Spectacle, Relmvision. His popular songs are EverytimeSpectacle · 2008, BodyrockSpectacle · 2008 and Hot to TrotSpectacle · 2008. You can find His website below: http://www.mikerelm.com/.
DJ and remixer from San Francisco known for posting short-form remixes of films like "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" on his YouTube channel. As a live musician, he has toured the world with artists like Blue Man Group.
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He won the International Turntablist Federation's USA competition in 1999.
He won a Webby Award for Best Mashup/Remix in 2009 for his "Punisher/Spirit/Transporter" remix video.
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He married actress Laura Pronge in January 2011.
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He performed with Mike Patton as part of the renowned singer's Peeping Tom project.
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● His genre is Dance/electronic● His successful albums are Radio Fryer, Spectacle, Relmvision● His popular songs are EverytimeSpectacle · 2008, BodyrockSpectacle · 2008 and Hot to TrotSpectacle · 2008● You can find His website below: http://www.mikerelm.com/
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Marshmello is the pseudonym of an American dance music producer and DJ whose real identity is a subject of speculation. He wears a bucket shaped Marshmallow helmet on his head to hide his face. He first burst into the electronic music scene in 2015. In 2017, sufficient indications appeared on social media that identify him as American DJ Chris Comstock but officially, Marshmello has neither confirmed nor denied that he his Comstock. In November 2017, Forbes magazine published an article in which they claimed Chris Comstock to be Marshmello based on an old interview with another DJ, royalty earnings records and the common manager for Marshmello and Chris Comstock but there was no official confirmation of the same from the management and the lawyer of Marshmello. Despite speculation about his identity, Marshmello remains one of the most popular as well as acclaimed DJs in the world today. According to some, his anonymous identity adds an element of mystery to his persona that helps him gain popularity. He has been prolific and has built an extensive body of work in a short period of time.
Tim Bergling, better known by his stage name, Avicii, was a Swedish musician, DJ, remix artist, and record producer. Born and raised in Stockholm, he was one of the most popular musicians of his time. He showcased his music skills online to receive exposure. Avicii started making music at the age of 16 and began posting his singles on various online music forums. Soon, he caught the attention of a music label. In 2011, he achieved nationwide fame with his single ˜Levels.' Two years later, he released his debut album, ˜True.' His music touched a new level of experimentation, as he mixed electronic music with several genres of popular music and led the album to become a major commercial and critical success. The album made its way among the top 10 hits in more than 15 countries around the world, such as Sweden, US, and Australia. For the next few years, he toured around the globe, amassing a large fan following, and became one of the most popular DJs of this generation. However, Avicii suffered from serious mental-health issues and committed suicide on April 20, 2018.
Alan Walker is a Norwegian-British music producer, and disc jockey. He shot to fame with his single track, ˜Faded.' The song was applauded by music lovers all over the world, and it received platinum certification in more than ten countries. Walker was fascinated about computer programming, and graphic designing quite early in life. He became interested in music production, after listening to the music composers, such as David Whistle, and Hans Zimmer. Walker had no formal training in music composing. He learned music production by listening to the tutorial videos on ˜YouTube.' Following the success of ˜Faded,' Walker composed many other tracks such as the ˜Spectre,' ˜Alone,' and ˜Sing Me to Sleep.' Alan Walker had a humble beginning as a music producer. He started music production on his laptop, using the ˜FL Studio.' He gives live performances on stage. Walker is known for his unique way of dressing too. In his shows, Walker makes his appearance wearing a hoodie, and a mask covering half of his face. He is active on social media platforms, including ˜Instagram,' Facebook,' and ˜Twitter.'
Martijn Gerard Garritsen is a Dutch musician, record producer, and DJ whose music is typically categorised in ˜progressive house', ˜electro house', big room house', and ˜future bass' genres. Professionally known as Martin Garrix (stylized version Mar+in GarriÃ—) and also as GRX, Garritsen began playing guitar at the early age of eight. Deeply influenced by the fellow Dutch DJ TiÃ«sto and his performance at the opening ceremony of 2004 Athens Olympics, Garritsen downloaded ˜digital audio workstation' and ˜FL Studio', and taught himself how to compose tracks. Discovered by TiÃ«sto a few years later, he has also collaborated with the likes of AfroJack, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dillion Francis, Usher, Julian Jordan and Troye Sivan. His career was launched with Spinnin' Records. In 2016 he created his own label ˜STMPD RCRDS' and signed with Sony Music. He is set to appear for a summer residency at HÃ¯ Ibiza' club in 2017. He was ranked at the No. 1 spot on the DJ Mag's list of top 100 DJs of the world in 2016.
Adam Richard Wiles, renowned as Calvin Harris, is a Scottish singer, songwriter, DJ and record producer considered contemporarily as one of the most successful musicians in British popular culture. His journey into music started during his teens when he got drawn towards electronic music and started recording bedroom demos. Starting with his first studio album ˜I Created Disco' that debuted at #8 on the UK Albums Chart, he succeeded in creating magic with music in the years to come, producing several hit and chartbusting albums and singles. Among these his second studio album ˜Ready for the Weekend' topped the UK Albums Chart while ˜I'm Not Alone', its lead single, marked his first single to top the ˜UK Singles Chart'. His third studio album ˜18 Months' brought him international spotlight. It not only topped several international charts but also made its way to the US Billboard 200 chart reaching #19. Eight singles of the album and also the song ˜We Found Love' in collaboration with Rihanna reached the top 10 of UK Singles Chart marking the album the first of its kind to generate 9 top 10 singles thus surpassing record of Michael Jackson.
Born Anton Zaslavski, he is an international DJ who was nominated for the Next Pop Superstar of 2013 Award at the Popdust ceremonies.
Skrillex is an American singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, music producer, and DJ who is acclaimed for his music videos and albums like ˜First of the Year', ˜Bangarang', and ˜My Name is Skrillex'. His career as a musician and singer took off when he volunteered to play the guitar for the rock band ˜From First to Last', but was instead chosen as the lead vocalist. Skrillex, during his association with the band, contributed significantly towards the launch of albums including ˜Heroine' and ˜Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count' but eventually left to chart a solo career. As a soloist, Skrillex joined forces with bands like ˜All Time Low', Forever the Sickest Kids', ˜The Matches', and ˜All Time Low' during countrywide music tours. ˜Gypsyhook EP' was his debut extended play (EP) to be launched commercially, and following its release, Sonny began recording his first studio LP ˜Bells' but eventually called it off. He resumed performing and recording albums using his stage name ˜Skrillex'. The first EP ˜My Name is Skrillex' he recorded under his nom-de-plume was available for download free of cost via his official MySpace profile. Skrillex has bagged eight Grammy Awards till date.
William Sami Etienne Grigahcine, popularly known as DJ Snake, is a French rapper and deejay who earned widespread fame when he earned two Grammy Award nominations for his composition and production skills. DJ Snake first partnered with Lady Gaga for composing, recording, and releasing her album, ˜Born This Way' which was nominated for a Grammy Award. Later on, he teamed with US-based rapper and record producer, Lil Jon for the latter's music video, ˜Turn Down for What' which received a Grammy nomination for ˜Best Music Video'. DJ Snake, who regards hip-hop singers Cypress Hill and KRS-One as his early influences, was heavily into graffiti art as a youngster. He almost always avoided being nabbed by the gendarmes in Paris who used to go after him for defiling the city walls with graffiti. This dodging ability of his earned him the epithet ˜Snake'. Later on when he took to deejaying, he was referred to as ˜DJ Snake' and the nickname stuck. He started out as a DJ when he was just a teenager, performing in discotheques and nightclubs in Paris. After a few more years, he achieved global recognition after he joined forces with the likes of Lady Gaga, Diplo, and Lil John, producing and releasing numerous hit singles. DJ Snake's earnest endeavors to spearhead the music genres of ˜Trap', ˜House', and ˜Electronic Dance Music' have been amply acknowledged through Grammy, Billboard, and MTV Video Music Award nominations.