Enjoy live sets from this year's Top 5 DJs, as voted by you, in our annual Top 100 DJs poll.
MARTIN GARRIX LIVE FROM TOMORROWLAND
This year's No.1 DJ, Martin Garrix, picked up the award for the second consecutive year. His performance at Tomorrowland is a perfect example of the high energy sound and infectious personality that propelled him to global stardom.
Latin America has had a thriving electronic music scene for decades now. In recent years their clubs have become mainstays in our annual Top 100 Clubs poll. However – a few notable exceptions aside – Latin American DJs haven't always achieved the international recognition they deserved, at least until now.
In 2017’s Top 100 DJs poll, four Latin American DJs were listed, all of whom are bonafide international stars.
These are Latin America’s highest ranked DJs...
David Guetta might just be the most divisive figure in modern day electronic music. To his legions of fans around the world, however, the charming Frenchman remains virtually untouchable when it comes to all things EDM.
The Top 100 DJs poll results always make for interesting reading. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably realised by now that Martin Garrix has again been voted the world’s No.1 DJ, while in the upper echelons there’s not a great deal of movement — bar a few significant exceptions.
The Top 100 DJs poll results always make for fascinating reading. As you’ve no doubt realised by now, Martin Garrix has again been voted the world’s No.1 DJ, while in the upper echelons there’s not a great deal of movement — bar a few significant exceptions.
On the night when Martin Garrix reclaimed the title of world's number one DJ, Hardwell and Armin van Buuren were also in attendance and performed a special back-to-back set at last weekend's Amsterdam Music Festival — and we've got the footage.
Van Buuren, who is this year's highest placed trance DJ (who placed at number three), played alongside the former Top 100 DJs winner Hardwell (who placed number four) for the very first time ever.
Martin Garrix has been revealed as the winner of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll 2017, with the 21-year-old Dutch superstar retaining his title after becoming the youngest ever No.1 DJ last year.
Garrix was awarded the No.1 trophy by recent musical collaborator and EDM superstar, David Guetta, on stage at the Top 100 DJs Poll award ceremony at the Amsterdam ArenA. The event took place at this year’s Amsterdam Music Festival at Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE).
DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll award ceremony takes place at the Amsterdam ArenA tonight (Saturday 21st October), with the countdown going on right here, right now.
The DJ Mag Top 100 DJs party takes place at AMF Festival. You can follow the liveblog below for the full DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list, as well as insights and analysis live from Amsterdam ArenA.
DJ Mag Top 100 DJs award ceremony takes place on the penultimate night of ADE week, where over 400 events and 2,000 artists take place across the city over five massive days of electronic music.
Armin van Buuren has been revealed as the winner of the Highest Trance category in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. Armin came in at No. 3 overall.
When it comes to long-term success in the Top 100 DJs, every other DJ in the poll could learn a thing or two from Armin van Buuren.
First placing way back in 2001, the Dutchman jumped in at No. 27. The next year he made it all the way to fifth place, and hasn’t left the top five ever since!
Carl Cox has been revealed as the winner of the Highest Techno category in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. The British icon came in at No. 62 overall.
Unofficially known as the Nicest Man In Dance Music, Carl has taken a bit of time out to do other things besides DJing this year.
“I’ve been running the Carl Cox Motorsport team,” he told DJ Mag after scooping the Highest Techno gong again. And one look at the group’s Facebook page suggests they’ve had some great successes of late.