Hungarian DJ/producers Myon & Shane54, known to their mothers as Márió Éget? and El?d Császár, come packed with one of the most unique attitudes in the trance scene.
And you won't hear these guys complaining about the explosion of 'EDM' in America; in 2012, it's opened more doors for them than at any other time in their career.
"It's been an incredible year for us. We were finally able to work on projects by pop artists like Jessie J and Craig David, and we're pushing the boundaries of what people think is acceptable in dance music. Our Andain remix became a major radio hit in the US, where we played a lot this year. We now have more fans there than in the rest of the world combined." Along the way, it's been their distinct approach to remixes and mash-ups that's helped them stand out from the trance pack.
"We always went after our own style, even when mash-ups weren't as popular as they are now. They inject freshness into tracks you'd love to play, but might be a little bored of and, if done right, a good mash-up can elevate two average tracks into megahit territory. It's a very powerful, but mostly underrated weapon."