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Questions Top100 DJs 2015 - Jon Dommett - 2015-11-16 14:34

Best known for: 
The Spell of Sin/The Brutal saga.
Tune of the year: 
Piece of Shit
The Netherlands
What’s the most important skill a DJ should have?: 
The ability to feel the crowd.
Is the future still bright for EDM?: 
I don't know about EDM, but the future is bright for hardstyle. The market is really growing right now, and in 2015 I had way more bookings abroad than 2014. It's also up to the producers to keep producing awesome stuff and keep the scene alive!
Does the constant travelling and DJ lifestyle ever take its toll on you mentally?: 
Personally I never suffer from things like jetlag or whatever. Sometimes you're tired after travelling, but nothing I can't handle, that's for sure.
What cause is closest to your heart?: 
That's a difficult one. The only thing I can say is that I live for the music and everything around it.
Which club would you like to bring back from the dead?: 
Well, I really miss the parties in The Matrixx in Nijmegen, that's for sure. Those nights were always awesome, packed, and the crowd went totally mental.
Why aren’t there more women in the Top 100 DJs poll?: 
I really don't know.
What do you think of DJs who use ghost producers?: 
Sometimes a producer is just a producer. That's when you will search for a face, to do the performances. There's nothing wrong with that. Besides, I don't think Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Madonna or Katy Perry write all their songs themselves. Nobody cares about that. So basically, I've got no problem with the whole ghost producer thing.

Hardstyle has never been more popular than it is right now. One man who’s helped bring the genre to unforeseen heights is the inventively named Radical Redemption.

Still only 25 years old, 2015 is the second year in a row the burgeoning Dutchman has made the Top 100. With his own show coming up in November at Amsterdam’s infamous Heineken Music Hall, it seems the only way is up for the “Prostitute” producer…