Berlin-based DJ, producer and label boss Dax J grew up listening to the UK sounds of jungle, drum and bass and garage. His passion for techno has dominated his powerful sound but his old jungle influences are still evident on his DJ sets and productions.
Descended from the dark depths of the French rave scene, I Hate Models is known for exploring all the outer edges of music, from electro to a harder industrial sound.
The Ghost In The Machine is a project by Frank Nitzinsky and Nils van Lingen. Their fresh take on techno and their razor sharp production swiftly garnered them support from some of the leading names in the harder recesses of techno and ultimately culminated in Ghost in the Machine being added to the roster of Perc Trax.
Being born in Caïro with both the Egyptian and Dutch nationality, Karim Soliman learned to navigate through different cultures. After moving to Rotterdam he started his career as a DJ and began to organize illegal raves that quickly drew huge attention of Rotterdam's youth (nowadays known as event company Give Soul).
High Soundsystem is a DJ collective which consists of two brothers, Rutger & Wessel Heij. They developed their musical journey apart from each other but both found love for house music, mainly because of their uncle DJ Darik, who had given them the right example.
Resident DJ at club Basis and the infamous Nachtcollege nights; Jorn Luka knows how to move a crowd. He has got the support of many big names in the scene and even played back-to-back sets with artists like Ansome and Gary Beck.
After he started working at one of Rotterdam's most influential record stores and distribution companies Triple Vision, his career got a kick start. When his first release was picked up and signed by Loco Dice on the Timewarp compilation and his release with Taras van de Voorde became the Essential tune by Pete Tong BBC One Radio Show, he proved to be a steady and rising artist in the scene. He’s a well known artist in Rotterdam nightlife with gig’s in famous clubs and venues.