Back to photo list

Top 10 Female DJ

Top 10 Female DJ
The picture above is taken automatically from, if there is something related to the picture please visit and contact
Dance music has no excuse for being a boys' club. Though they don’t always get their due in a patriarchal industry, there’s no shortage of talented women who can hold their own behind the turntables. From seasoned veterans to rising stars, here are the Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 you can’t afford to be clueless about.

The moment you walk into a party or a nightclub, it is the music that takes you by surprise. It defines the theme of the party. The beats either turn you on or energizes the mood at the party. But, what gives the party an extra zing is when the DJ is no ordinary person but someone who is well dressed and looks incredibly stunning and hot.
Let’s find out who made the list of Top 10 Female DJ's 2015.
#10 - Maya Jane Coles

At number 10 on the Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 list is Maya Jane Coles. Life has been changing quite dramatically for a 25 year old British-Japanese, producer/dj by the name of Maya Jane Coles and having recently released her biggest body of work to date; her debut album “Comfort” things look set to keep on changing...

Born and bred in London, by any standards Maya has enjoyed a rather unique start to her career; from global spectacles like playing under the World’s largest mirror ball at the Tate Modern (UK) or charting internationally with her DJ Kicks mix for K7! to making the Resident Advisor top 10 DJ Chart 2011 & 2012.

In the last 24 months alone, Maya has already graced the cover of over 14 magazines in 8 different countries including Mixmag (UK), Village Voice (USA), Trax (France), Groove (Germany) and Vicious (Spain), alongside coverage in magazine’s as diverse as Vogue and Nylon through to Rolling Stone and Men’s Health with the likes of KCRW, BBC Radio 1, Per Se playing her tracks on radio.
#9 - Tenashar

Next on the Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 List, from Europe to Asia and beyond, the Tenashar bombshell is a force to be reckoned with, with a desire to shake up the world. Chaining a galaxy of EDM to her belt from electro, trance, progressive to big room house, this model and DJ’s raging energy and musical sass has shone dynamically. With energy to spark any party and epic excitement from her thousands of fans, the Singaporean starlet will turn any dance floor she touches to gold.

Currently based in Hong Kong, Tenashar has occupied the studio as of late, where her mashups and mixes have attracted over 300,000 fans to her Facebook page, over 450,000 views on YouTube and claimed the #1 most downloaded Podcast on iTunes. As one of Asia’s most sought after cover models for FHM, Playboy and Hypertune, its without a doubt beauty mingles so well with a beat, lining up Playboy next. Sitting pretty at #1 on Starcount and ranked #5 globally in one of Malaysia’s top nightlife websites, not only does she radiate but also attracts a magnetic clique like no other- a crowd pleasing phenomena.
#8 - Magda

Coming into the mix under the encouragement and instruction of Dan Bell and Claude Young, Magda began djing in 1996 working her way through the underground party circuit, via promoters, such as: Syst3m, and joining the all female dj collective: Women on Wax, it was only a short while before she began appearing regularly at Detroit area events and clubs.

1999 saw Magda’s initial forays into techno, electro and house evolve. Her dj sets were becoming increasingly minimal and the records in her box reflected a love of weird, challenging music. Invited by Richie Hawtin to open for him at his millennium celebration: Epok, Magda was entering a new phase in her career.

In the time since, Magda has expanded her work with Hawtin, becoming his sole choice to open many of his recent Detroit and international events, including: Jak DEMF weekend :2001, Control. labor day weekend: 2001, as well as earning an envious position on the line up of “From Our Minds To Yours” the Plus 8 ten year anniversary party.

The next few months will see Magda going on her third european tour alongside Richie Hawtin and making the jump from dj to producer, releasing music under the moniker: Run/Stop Restore on the Minus label.
#7 - Nicole Moudaber

A true force to be reckoned with as a DJ and producer, Nicole Moudaber's rise through the ranks of the DJ elite has been swift, purposeful and striking. Propelled by her flawlessly executed, sleazy, edgy house and tough, soulful techno sound, she picked up no less than Carl Cox and Steve Lawler as early fans.

Carl snapped up her early tracks for INTEC and Steve featured her music on VIVa & iVAV. Since then she's supplied killer tracks for labels like 8Sided Dice, Kling Klong, Monique Musique and Waveform Recordings, while remixing names including Santos, Martin Eyer, Mauro Picotto and Fergie.

Pretty much a perfect start to an artist career that began relatively recently.
#6 - Mari Ferrari

Starting way back in ‘07 when she started touring extensively around the world, mentioning countries like: America (Las Vegas, Los Angeles,Dallas, Miami, Honduras, Brazil etc.), Europe (Switzerland, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Italy, Iceland, etc.), Asia and the Middle East (UAE, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Turkey,etc.).

Mari Ferrari nowadays works with the prestigious promoters and producers in San Tropez, Papagayo, VIP room. Besides her charm, this talented DJ is certainly known, respected and liked in the world of clubs life for her skills on the decks. She already attracted thousands of fans all over the world and her fame always keeps on rising. Coming in at number six on the Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 list.
#5 - Miss K8

Miss K8 is mixing up a storm around the world and number 5 on our Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 list. There aren’t many female DJ's in the DJ Mag Top 100 – and there aren’t many Ukrainians for that matter, either. One such lady clearly keen to ruffle a few feathers and do things a bit differently, however, is Miss K8. A native of Kiev, this hardcore techno loving temptress is more than capable with mixing it with the best in the business.

The so-called ‘Goddess of Hardcore’ has had a pretty spellbinding year too – as is evidenced by performances on influential hardcore techno stages a la Masters of Hardcore, Dominator, Syndicate and Defqon.1. Something tells us this lady is just getting started…
#4 - Nina Kraviz

As an artist, Nina Kraviz is the complete package. She sings, she produces, she DJs, and it’s for that reason that she is one of the most influential voices in the underground electronic world. Since breaking through with standout releases on Underground Quality, she has become an essential member of the Rekids family, releasing a string of EPs and a very personal debut album on the long running label. Coming in at number four on the Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 list.

There are hypnotic and sensuous qualities to all the music this Siberian makes: it stems from the way she works, using her voice as an instrument and preferring to ”record from the first take, because that is how I can capture the moment. The vibe. The feeling.” Listen to deep, stripped back but emotionally resonant tracks like those that made up her self titled debut album and you will find it hard to disagree. There sure is something in Nina’s music that stands it out from the crowd – an intimacy and honesty maybe, but always is it unique and creative.
#3 - Krewella

Jahan Yousaf, Yasmine Yousaf, and Kris Trindl (aka Rain Man) formed the EDM trio Krewella in Chicago, Illinois. At number three on the Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 list they got together in 2007 but didn’t release their first material until 2011, when they uploaded a handful of songs — including the jagged, celebratory “Life of the Party” — to their Soundcloud page. In 2012, they self-released their first two EPs: Play Hard (June), featuring the reggae-flavored “Killin It,” and Play Harder (December). The former reached number ten on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. The same year, the trio became a staple of the festival circuit, including New York’s Electric Zoo and Texas’ Meltdown. 2013 saw the release of the groups first full-length, the bombastic Get Wet. The album spawned several singles and videos, including the sensational underground anthem “Live for the Night.”

“There is no bigger compliment than to have our amazing support system, our KREW, vote for us without even being asked to do so. THAT is real love”. So says Krewella – and to give the guys their dues you would indeed be hard pressed to find a more loved female duo in the EDM world right now. Consisting of sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf, this all-conquering pair have a style that’s very much their own. And in spite of Kristopher "Rain Man" Trindl’s much publicised resignation, the Krewella party rolls with distinction…
#2 - Hannah Wants

A child of the garage generation Hannah Wants has validated herself as a world renowned DJ with some serious credentials.

In 2014 alone Hannah picked up the Best Breakthrough DJ title at the DJ Mag awards and became Mixmag’s Best Breakthrough DJ and Star Of The Year. Armed with an innate desire and passion to practice the art of DJ’ing from a young age Hannah has worked tirelessly for over a decade to pursue her DJ dream. Throughout this journey Wants has acquired an individual hard-hitting style and true competence behind the decks.

Nourishing her addiction to music the Birmingham (UK) born DJ dedicated the summer of 2010 to Ibiza. Following a number competition wins, an unexpected headline opportunity at Es Paradis and an invitation to run her own weekly night at Viva, it was there on the White Isle that Hannah really started to make a name for herself. Hannah’s main aim is to build a solid yet unique reputation for her live DJ sets and after a record amount of sell out events over the last twelve months she has dramatically risen from self-taught DJ to an unquestionable worldwide name on the house and bass music scene.
#1 - Nervo

At number one on the Top 10 Female DJ's 2015 list is Australian sisters NERVO are big news. While some have questioned the lack of women in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ's poll, these DJ and production siblings have consistently placed in the upper reaches. Starting out as songwriters for everyone from Britney Spears to Kelly Rowland and Armin van Buuren, they’ve a natural knack for well-placed hooks, which pepper their productions.

In July 2015, they finally released their debut album ‘Collateral’, which features music royalty of the calibre of Chic’s Nile Rodgers and Kylie Minogue just for starters.

And while a clever pop sensibility is evident in their style, they’re not afraid of getting a little deeper musically, throwing in some groovier house during their DJ sets, which are clearly in high demand. They’ll play London, Las Vegas, Zurich and Sao Paulo before the year is out.
Date: 2016-03-24 08:51:08

Visit :


No comment found!

Members of | Partnered with
Powered by | Promoted by

Visit Archipelago Country, A Tropical Paradise In The World : and