DJ Mag Top 100 results 2017

dj mag top 100 results 2017

DJ Mag Top 100 results 2017 has just been released

 

I will talk about the complete, fraud voting system which makes it work and let DJ Mag Top 100 results 2017 suspicious.

I have to say in advance that I don’t have interpersonal conflicts with none of these guys and girls on the DJ Mag Top 100 list and I never ever think that they don’t deserve a spot they have. Huge respect for all of the contenders who achieved these nice results.
The voting system hasn’t been changed over the years which let people make fake and multiple votes.

This fact makes the whole thing really unfair. If you realize how big is the influence of this poll to the booking prices of the DJs and how easy to “boost” your votes, you will feel uncomfortable too.

About the results.
Nothing surprising has not happened in the top 10. Except the Chainsmokers and Marshmello who both made a big jump. This represent what happened in the music industry last year. Breakbeat based trap sounding future musics made a breakthrough in the past 12 months.
I have to say this year is one of the most boring ever. All in all, these are just the same names like every year. Some of the swtich places up and down, but basically it’s all the same. It’s just kind of irrelevant at this point. There is no any new or fresh thing, new discovery and this is why many people laugh at electronic dance music.

And the results are:

DJ Mag Top 100 results 2017

100. Disclosure [Re-Entry]
99. Swanky Tunes [Down 72]
98. DJ L [New Entry]
97. Paul Kalkbrenner [Re-Entry]
96. Porter Robinson
95. Tchami [Re-Entry]
94. Julian Jordan [New Entry]
93. Quentin Mosimann [New Entry]
92. Carta [New Entry] [Highest Asian DJ]
91. Maceo Plex [New Entry]
90. Ferry Corsten
89. Alison Wonderland [New Entry]
88. Shogun
87. Flume
86. Dillon Francis
85. Black Coffee [New Entry]
84. Mariana Bo [New Entry]
83. Will Sparks
82. Steve Angello [Down 52]
81. Solomun [New Entry]
80. Richie Hawtin [Re-Entry]
79. Andrew Rayel
78. Carnage
77. Andy C [Re-Entry] [Highest/Only D&B DJ]
76. Robin Schulz [confirms DJ Mag Top 100 “leak” is fake]
75. Sam Feldt
74. Cat Dealers [New Entry]
73. Jauz
72. Vini Vici [New Entry]
71. Florian Picasso [Down 33]
70. Martin Jensen
69. Claptone [New Entry] [Highest House]
68. Jay Hardway [Up 21]
67. Da Tweekaz
66. Galantis [Down 27]
65. Warface [New Entry]
64. Lucas & Steve [New Entry]
63. Carl Nunes [Up 23]
62. Carl Cox [Highest Techno DJ] [Up 12]
61. Dannic
60. Mike Williams [New Entry]
59. Brennan Heart
58. Miss K8 [Up 30]
57. Yellow Claw
56. Diego Miranda
55. Yves V
54. ATB
53. Aly & Fila
52. Danny Avila [Highest Re-Entry]
51. Paul van Dyk
50. Nicky Romero [Down 21]
49. Deadmau5 [Down 18]
48. Kura
47. Tom Swoon
46. Tujamo [Up 32]
45. Major Lazer
44. Radical Redemption [Up 24]
43. Timmy Trumpet [Up 37]
42. Nervo [Highest Australian DJs]
41. Wolfpack [Up 22]
40. Angerfist
39. Fedde Le Grand
38. Ummet Ozcan
37. Alesso [Down 17]
36. Blasterjaxx
35. Bassjackers
34. Eric Prydz [Up 32]
33. Headhunterz
32. Vinai
31. Vintage Culture [Up 23]
30. Quintino
29. Zedd [Up 6]
28. Avicii [Down 17]
27. Above & Beyond [Up 20]
26. Lost Frequencies [Highest New Entry]
25. Diplo
24. Kygo
23. DJ Snake
22. DVBBS
21. Axwell Λ Ingrosso
20. Dash Berlin
19. Alok [Up 6]
18. R3hab [Up 3]
17. Alan Walker [Up 38]
16. Skrillex [Down 7]
15. Calvin Harris [Down 1]
14. W&W [Down 1]
13. Oliver Heldens [Down 5]
12. KSHMR
11. Don Diablo [Up 4] [Highest Future House]
10. Marshmello [Up 18]
9. Steve Aoki [Down 2]
8. Afrojack [Up 2]
7. David Guetta [Down 1]
6. The Chainsmokers [Up 12] [Highest Live Act] [Highest American Act]
5. Tiësto
4. Hardwell [Down 1]

3. Armin van Buuren

2. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

1. Martin Garrix