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Dutch newcomers Weval recently unveiled their second EP Easier — a smooth combination of deep, analog pop and heartfelt electronica. If the name sounds familiar to you, you’re right on the money — Harm Coolen and Merijn Scholte Albers dropped an amazing remix of Gui Boratto’s “Take Control” early last year, smashing the electronica chart with a #1 position. Their latest, Easier marks the duo’s debut on German tastemaker Kompakt, and with support from buzzworthy acts like Denmark’s own Kasper Bjørke, you best make sure to jot them down on your “ones-to-watch" list for the year ahead. (Editor: Nick Tsirimokos - Indie Dance / Nu-Disco / Electronica / Chill Out)

Doctor Jeep

Oh man! Doctor Jeep really blew the wheels off the Wagoneer this past year. A reoccurring name in our On Rotation series, the Doctor had some amazing and fresh sounding tunes drop on the innovate and always future-minded, New York record label, Trouble & Bass. This dude get it. Every track he graces, whether dance-focused rhythms or half-paced mayhem, is filled with the type of dark and deep energy that specifically fuels those sweaty, underground dancefloors. If the Doctor can find time to pencil us in for some more bass tone therapy in 2015, I think we'll be in for a good year. (Editor: Sean Lewis - Drum & Bass / Breaks / Dubstep)


Having managed to keep out of the spotlight for quite a while now, Venezuelan born producer Arca has been gathering some serious momentum, producing for Kanye West, FKA Twigs, and co-producing new material for Björk. Having recently signed to Mute for the release of his Xen LP, and with such a notable string collaborations under his belt, we are predicting even bigger things to come for Arca in 2015. (Editor: Nick Tsirimokos - Indie Dance / Nu-Disco / Electronica / Chill Out)

Alex Banks

Going back through my own personal picks for 2014, the name i saw reoccurring the most was Alex Banks. The Brighton based producer didn't waste any time getting down to a releasing a 10-track monster of a release titled Illuminate as his second appearance on Modeselektor's Monkeytown Records. We still have yet to see a significant amount of follow-up or remix work from the lad, but take a journey through his Soundcloud and you'll hear some amazing bits. Not just a one-genre minded, you can spot a ton of influences in Banks' work and that in itself should be the key to why he will certainly be one to watch in 2015. (Editor: Sean Lewis - Drum & Bass / Breaks / Dubstep)


Soulful British vocalist who has already collaborated with Rudimental and Gorgon City is set to step into the spotlight as a solo artist this year, fusing his velvet tones with bass-driven house. (Editor: Christine Kakaire - Deep House / House / Techno)


Thankfully tech house will never go out of style. Sure there's only so many variations of stripped back groove and sub-bass that can be made before it all seems to blend into itself, but thats half the fun of the cyclical swing that makes tech house, tech house. One artist we know will be storming the white isle this summer season is Reelow. Thanks to repeat plays from Marco Carola, a non-stop tour schedule, and releases and remixes on some of the worlds top tier tech house imprints, it seems this Hungarian is primed to blow up the spot in 2015. (Editor: Matt Ferry - Electro House / Tech House / Minimal)

Innerspace Halflife

The Chicago-based analog duo of Hakim Murphy and Ike Release are still riding high off the release of their 'Astral Traveling' album last year, and are off to a good start in 2015, with a link-up to Bloody Mary's Dame Music label. (Editor: Christine Kakaire - Deep House / House / Techno)


The blurring line between deep house and techno is only going to go further out of focus in 2015. With a plethora of aspiring producers developing their own take on the melancholic late night sound, it's hard to come across one that truly stands out, but one I've had on my radar for some time is Welsh-born Dauwd. He's only got a few releases to his name in the last few years, but with a recent remix through Ghostly, a consistent tour schedule, and growing press, it looks like Dauwd's big break will come in 2015. (Editor: Matt Ferry - Electro House / Tech House / Minimal)

Eli & Fur

Quickly signed by Anjunadeep and heavily pushed from big players in the house scene, this up and coming female duo from London looks set to take the world by storm in 2015. Both vocalists, DJ's and producer's Eli & Fur's infectious melodies have already aired on Pete Tong's Evolution Radio show and been showcased on Boiler Room. We're expecting Eli & Fur to truly break through in 2015. (Editor: Elef Tsiroudis - Progressive House / Trance / Hard Dance)


Airbase may have been on the scene for ages, but he's been on hiatus redevloping its sound for the last year and a half. Finally, in December of 2014 he made his triumphant return with a release through Ferry Corsten's esteemed Flashover imprint with Panache. Under new management and with big plans in the works for the upcoming year, we're expecting Airbase to be the name to know in trance in 2015. (Editor: Elef Tsiroudis - Progressive House / Trance / Hard Dance)

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Ones To Watch Essentials

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