The ballot boxes are closed. The votes have been counted. With 25 new entries this year's chart is set to smash all expectations and welcome an influx of new blood into the Top 100!
Be the first to hear, see and even feel the only awards that matter at DJmag's Top 100 DJs Party 2008! Hosted at London's infamous Ministry of Sound on October 29th the DJs are lining up for a spot on the bill. From sexy techno through big room house and euphoric trance, we have all bases covered with a four room extravaganza!
We have pulled together a line up to beat all others – and the best thing is, it's growing all the time!
The speculation is rife as to who will take this year's top spot. We can't tell you who it is just yet, but we can tell you that they are 100% confirmed to smash Ministry's main room with a gilt edged celebration set.
Make sure you roll down to the club for sets from techno maverick Laurent Garnier, electro revolutionary and producer of the year Deadmau5, Parisian house roller David Guetta and Toolroom main man Mark knight. Add this to Laidback Luke's high energy house antics and a sure fire rockout from last year's highest new entry Fedde le Grand and you have a recipe for some serious dancefloor carnage!
And we aren't finished there....
New techno convert, and November's cover mount CD star Josh Gabriel will be showcasing his new direction in a set that is not to be missed. The names just go on and on, Marcus Schulz, Marco Lenzi, Kyau & Albert and breathtaking visuals from London's own Ne1co, not forgetting our masterful host, and twice UK Beatbox champion Beardyman.
Entry tax is a mere £5.00 on the door and all proceeds go to the RNID's Don't Lose the Music campaign. Philanthropy has never been so much fun!
So book the Thursday off work and get ready for the best midweek line up you will see in the capital all year! This one is going to go right off!
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