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FULL DJ MAG Top 100

Some of the rankings are beyond me. (doesn’t make any sense)

DJ Mag Top 100 DJs 2013 Results:
100. Ran D
99. Ummet Ozcan
98. Solar Stone
97. Umek
96. Matt Darey
95. DJs From Mars
94. Diego Miranda
93. Mat Zo
92. Paul Oakenfold
91. Bl3nd
90. Stafford Brothers
89. Benny Benassi
88. Bob Sinclar
87. Tenashar
86. Da Tweekaz
85. Skazi
84. Tiddey
83. Wasted Penguinz
82. John O’Callaghan
81. Heatbeat
80. Cosmic Gate
79. Myon and Shane 54
78. Felguk
77. Martin Solveig
76. Richie Hawtin
75. Adaro
74. Dannic
73. Dillon Francis
72. D Block and S Te Fan
71. Blasterjaxx
70. Project 46
69. Quentin Mosimann
68. DJ Antoine
67. Mike Candys
66. Noisecontrollers
65. Tenishia
64. Diplo
63. Gunz For Hire
62. DJ Feel
61. Brennan Heart
60. Vicetone
59. Madeon
58. R3hab
57. Arty
56. Wildstylez
55. Tommy Trash
54. Eric Prydz
53. Infected Mushroom
52. Bingo Players
51. Gareth Emery
50. Zatox
49. Orjan Nielsen
48. Omnia
47. Bobina
46. Carl Cox
45. Coone
44. Krewella
43. Chuckie
42. Ferry Corsten
41. Porter Robinson
40. Martin Garrix
39. Sander Van Doorn
38. Steve Angello
37. Frontliner
36. Kaskade
35. Dada Life
34. Angerfist
33. ATB
32. Paul Van Dyk
31. Laidback Luke
30. Dyro
29. Fedde Le Grand
28. Andrew Rayel
27. Showtek
26. Swedish House Mafia
25. Knife Party
24. Zedd
23. Headhunterz
22. Daft Punk
21. Markus Schulz
20. Aly & Fila
19. Axwell
18. Sebastian Ingrosso
17. Above and Beyond
16. NERVO
15. Calvin Harris
14. W&W
13. Alesso
12. Deadmau5
11. Skrillex
10. Dash Berlin
09. Afrojack
08. Steve Aoki
07. Nicky Romero
06. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
05. David Guetta
04. Tiesto
03. Avicii
02. Armin van Buuren
01. Hardwell

100 - FELGUK

99 - ARTY

98 - JOHN O'CALLAGHAN

97 - THE CHAINSMOKERS

96 - BINGO PLAYERS

95 - WILDSTYLEZ

94 - MERK & KREMONT

93 - HEATBEAT

92 - CODE BLACK

91 - FERRY CORSTEN

90 - RICHIE HAWTIN

89 - BOY GEORGE

88 - AUDIEN

87 - BORGEOUS

86 - QUINTINO

85 - MIKE CANDYS

84 - WOLFPACK

83 - MADEON

82 - DON DIABLO

81 - 3LAU

80 - TJR

79 - ORJAN NILSEN

78 - DJ BL3ND

77 - ZOMBOY

76 - TIDDEY

75 - UMEK

74 - GARETH EMERY

73 - TENISHIA

72 - QUENTIN MOSIMANN

71 - ZATOX

70 - DIEGO MIRANDA

69 - COSMIC GATE

68 - CARNAGE

67 - NOISECONTROLLERS

66 - DA TWEEKAZ

65 - DJ SNAKE

64 - RADICAL REDEMPTION

63 - MAKJ

62 - VINAI

61 - GABRY PONTE

60 - ERIC PRYDZ

59 - CARL COX

58 - ATB

57 - PORTER ROBINSON

56 - FIREBEATZ

55 - YVES V

54 - DILLON FRANCIS

53 - KNIFE PARTY

52 - DADA LIFE

51 - SANDER VAN DOORN

50 - LAIDBACK LUKE

49 - INFECTED MUSHROOM

48 - COONE

47 - BRENNAN HEART

46 - KASKADE

45 - FRONTLINER

44 - MARKUS SCHULZ

43 - DAFT PUNK 

42 - KURA

41 - BORGORE

40 - HEADHUNTERZ

39 - SEBASTIAN INGROSSO

38 - PAUL VAN DYK

37 - ANGERFIST

36 - VICETONE

35 - FEDDE LE GRAND

34 - OLIVER HELDENS

33 - KREWELLA

32 - DIPLO

31 - UMMET OZCAN

30 - DANNIC

29- AXWELL

28 - ALY & FILA

27 - DYRO

26 - STEVE ANGELLO

25 - ABOVE & BEYOND

24 - ANDREW RAYEL

23 - R3HAB

22 - ZEDD

21 - NERVO

20 - DVBBS

19 - DEORRO

18 - W&W

17 - SHOWTEK

16 - DEADMAU5

15- ALESSO

14 - DASH BERLIN

13 - BLASTERJAXX

12 - AFROJACK

11 - CALVIN HARRIS

10 - STEVE AOKI

9 - SKRILLEX

8 - NICKY ROMERO

7 - DAVID GUETTA

6 - AVICII

5 - TIESTO

4 - MARTIN GARRIX

3 - ARMIN VAN BUUREN

2 - DIMITRI VEGAS & LIKE MIKE

1 - HARDWELL

Ok. I’ve been thinking lately about the best way to communicate my radical feminist agenda and I’m looking for a bit of advice. Let me run through a few options, and you tell me which you think might be most effective:

1. Stay quiet till I get really famous and then unleash this big feminist manifesto (like Beyonce) so everyone HAS to hear me and its impossible for my politics to supersede my art. (except I won’t reference sexual abuse in my raps)

2. Stay quiet until I quit music due to a lack of success/frustration and THEN come out with a big feminist manifesto so everyone feels that they have wronged me and understands the oppression I experienced. (This has a possible negative outcome being that people could just be like “shes bitter” or “thats not why she didn’t make it its cause she sucks”) although could also be very effective.

3. Talk about it every day and tweet/blog/fbook/yell every time I experience an inequality so people are constantly reminded and bombarded of the challenges. like “today I was told I didn’t have enough hetero sex appeal to be successful” or “today I was told I can’t be on the cover of the magazine cause the mag already had a woman this year.” Obviously this option has some issues too in that I may very quickly just become preachy and annoying.

4. Talk about it sparingly, while strategically separating the feminist messages with neutral comments about food or weather so they seem more spontaneous and less emotionally charged.

5. Rename my project “fuck the patriarchy”

6. Never mention it but just try REALLY HARD to be successful against all challenges (like making it on DJ mags top 100 Djs of the year, making it on major radio without a hotshit dude producer behind you, starting a successful record label and selling 1000000+ records, etc) and then just act like it was totally effortless the whole time, and that I don’t get why more women don’t do what I’ve done. (Then I won’t be called a feminist in my lifetime but after I die people will look back on me and say “wow what a great feminist she got so far in a male-dominated industry”)

K thanks!