List of Club DJs
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List of Club DJs

This is a list of notable club DJs, professionals who perform, or are known to perform, at large nightclub venues or other dance events, or who have been pioneers in the development of the role of the club DJ. DJs play a mix of recorded music for an audience at a bar, nightclub, dance club or rave who dance to the music. The music is played through a sound reinforcement system.

DJs who use their real names are listed alphabetically by last name; DJs who use stage names are listed alphabetically by their first name.









French DJ David Guetta (born 1967)



  • Sebastian Ingrosso (born 1983), Swedish DJ/producer; former member of the Swedish House Mafia




  • Steve Lawler, British house music producer and DJ born in Birmingham, England he is a five time DJ Awards winner. He currently runs the record label VIVa MUSiC. He also founded the now defunct Harlem Records.
  • Laidback Luke (real name Lucas Cornelis van Scheppingen, born 1976), Filipino-born Dutch DJ
  • Larry Levan (1954-1992), early and prolific re-mixer and the DJ at the 1970s discothèque The Paradise Garage
  • Lazy Rich
  • Lenny Fontana, American house music DJ from New York City.
  • Ian Levine, pioneering producer, label owner and DJ of the Hi-NRG sound during 1980s UK.
  • Levi & Suiss DJ duo, formed by Shlomi Levi and Aaron Suissa, from Tel Aviv, Israel. Specializes in EDM music, specifically progressive house, house, and trance. They currently run the Joy Records label.
  • Lil Jon, American rapper and Dj.
  • Lisa Lashes, British DJ born in Leicester, England.
  • Luna-C


  • Madeon (real name Hugo Pierre Leclercq), French DJ, "Finale" was used as theme song for video game PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
  • Major Lazer
  • MAKJ
  • Mako (DJ)
  • Malaa
  • Marshmello, future bass and trap DJ/producer.
  • Martin Garrix (Real name Martijn Garritsen), Dutch DJ/producer.
  • Matthew Koma
  • Mauro Picotto (born December 25, 1966), Italian electronic music producer and DJ, and previously a member of the Italian Euro house group "R.A.F.".[3]
  • Mason (band), Dutch music producer duo
  • Mesto,Dutch DJ and Producer
  • Michael Gray (DJ)
  • Michael K (real name Michal Kopij) (born September 29, 1990), Polish Electro/House DJ
  • Michael Woods (DJ)
  • Miss Kittin Famous French club DJ, producer, live performer and pioneer of the Electroclash genre.
  • MistaJam (real name Pete Dalton), famous DJ who has a show on 1Xtra
  • Giovanni Giorgio Moroder (born 1940), influential Italian record producer, songwriter, performer and DJ, who won several Academy Awards, Grammys and other awards, he is frequently credited with pioneering synthesizer disco and electronic dance music
  • Monika Kruse Internationally acclaimed German techno and house DJ since the 1990s and label boss of Terminal M.
  • MOTi
  • Mr. Oizo (real name Quentin Dupieux), French DJ/Electro Producer and film director
  • Martin Solveig (French Dj)








Circus Circus opening 1983 (Tallulah (left) Steve Strange (right)


  • Umek (real name Uro? Umek), Slovenian dance-music composer and DJ
  • Ummet Ozcan, Turkish-Dutch DJ and producer


  • Vicetone (Ruben den Boer and Victor Pool), Dutch DJ and production duo
  • VINAI (real names Andrea and Alessandro Vinai), Italian DJ duo and music producer





  • Zomboy (real name Joshua Mellody), British DJ and producer
  • Zaeden (real name Sahil Sharma), Indian DJ and music producer
  • Zedd (real name Anton Zaslavski), Russian-German DJ and musician
  • Zeds Dead, Canadian DJ duo and producers

See also


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  2. ^ Warren, Emma. "The birth of rave". 12 August 2007. The Observer Newspaper London. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ IMO Records. "Mauro Picotto Biography" Archived 2012-08-04 at, IMO Records, Retrieved on March 14, 2011.
  4. ^ Advisor, Resident. "Flesh 12 Years Younger Reunion". Resident Advisor. Resident Advisor, 29 August 2010. Retrieved 2017.
  5. ^ Murphy, Amanda. "DJ Mag Top 100 flashback: 2000 was Sasha's year". June 2014. DJ Magazine Canada. Retrieved 2015.
  6. ^ Guide, DJ. "Artist:Smokin Jo Biography". 2013. DJ Guide on-line Magazine. Retrieved 2013.
  7. ^ DAYANI, ALISON (October 15, 2004). "Jo's back on track". Birmingham Evening Mail (England). Retrieved 2013.
  8. ^ "Smokin Jo Talks". 2014. The Ransome Note Music Magazine. Retrieved 2015.
  9. ^ Prince, Dan (8 October 2015). "Laurence Malice - DMC World Magazine". DMC World Magazine. DMC World Magazine, 25 October 2015. Retrieved 2017.
  10. ^ Mayer, Nssim. "Tiësto named 'Greatest DJ Of All Time'". 19 January 2011. Digital Spy. Retrieved 2015.
  11. ^ "Mixmag Announces Results Of "Greatest DJ Of All Time" Poll - Tiesto won". 19 January 2011. House Planet Retrieved 2015.

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