Armand Van Helden

Armand van Helden is an American DJ, record producer, remixer and songwriter from Boston, Massachusetts. He was one of the main proponents of the speed garage genre, remixing various artists such as Katy Perry, Daft Punk, Britney Spears, Enrique Iglesias, David Guetta, Sam Smith, Bloc Party, Janet Jackson, Juliet Roberts, KRS-One and Sneaker Pimps, among others with this musical style. He is closely linked to the electronic music scene of New York. Visit www.armandvanhelden.com.

Demuir

With a production career that has led him to be featured on many of the world’s most respected house labels, already in 2016 Demuir has had releases on IAHG (I’m A House Gangster), Guesthouse Music, King Street Sounds, Great Lakes Audio (GLA) and Henry Street Music. Support has been coming in from DJ elites including Mr. G, Mark Farina, Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak, Cassy, Todd Terry, Kenny Dope, Doc Martin, Darius Syrossian, Sasha, Kevin Saunderson, and Tony Humphries. Visit Demuir’s Facebook.

DJ Duke

While working in a record store, Downstairs Records, for a couple of years, he also did alot of DJing at various clubs including The Warehouse, The World, Mars and Nells. He is well known as the man behind one of the biggest crossover club tracks ever, “Blow Your Whistle”. He has released numerous recordings on his own labels; Power Music, Power Music Trax and Sex Mania. Visit Duke’s Discogs page.

DJ Sneak

One of the second wave of influential Chicago house producers and a member of the vanguard of late-’90s American house producers, DJ Sneak wasn’t born in the Windy City but began listening to house soon after his family arrived from Puerto Rico in the early ’80s. Because he could speak no English, Sneak gravitated to instrumental music (as well as graffiti art), and became inspired by Chicago legends such as Marshall Jefferson and DJ Pierre. Visit www.djsneak.com.