1: Armin Van Buuren

Finally. Five years after entering the Top 10 of our DJmag Top 100 DJs poll, Armin van Buuren has been crowned the World’s No.1 DJ….

2: Tiësto

After winning three years in a row before losing his crown to Paul van Dyk last year, Tiësto once again came close to lifting the…

3: John Digweed

John Digweed is well accustomed to long journeys. That’s largely a function of his globetrotting lifestyle of course, something he’s more than happy to talk…

4: Paul Van Dyk

From the intense production involved in ‘In Between’ — the artist album he’s been perfecting for the last three years — to the high-energy live…

5: Sasha

It’s been a period of change for Sasha. One of the world’s most widely travelled DJs, he cut back on his club activities during the…

6: Above & Beyond

Above & Beyond’s vault from innovative trance trio to globe-trotting DJ superstars is now complete. As we catch Paavo, Tony and Jono, they’re grabbing some…

7: Carl Cox

“Over the years, people have got used to labeling me a techno DJ,” reckons Carl Cox. “But I’ve been a drum & bass DJ, a…

8: Ferry Corsten

Architect, pioneer, instigator — refer to him anyway you want. Ferry was unquestionably the man behind 1999’s Great Dutch Trance Breakout, splitting the door wide…

9: Infected Mushroom

Just two years after breaking into the Top 100 as one of the highest new entries in history, the boundary busting psy-trance overlords have finally…

10: David Guetta

Despite spinning from the age of 17 in various Parisian venues and now onto his third artist album, this was nevertheless the year that David…

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