Ultra Music Festival 2014's Ten Best DJs
Curtis Alan Jones is known by several aliases, including Cajmere and Green Velvet. Under the latter moniker, he achieved dance-floor success with cuts like "La La Land" and "Shake & Pop." But his Cajmere brand has served him well for over two decades. Tracks like "Percolator" and "Brighter Days" show a different side of Jones that's deeper and more soulful than his electro-pop-oriented Green Velvet efforts. But here's hoping that his Ultra set shows all sides, because we'd be torn if we had to choose one over the other.
While American fans eats up Dutch and French EDM, they seem to consistently overlook what is available in their own backyard. But Claude VonStroke doesn't really need to prove that he's worth a listen. He's more than earned respect, both as the co-founder of Dirtybird Records and as the producer behind iconic cuts like "The Whistler" and "Who's Afraid of Detroit?"