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10 DJs You Need to Follow on Instagram

by Billy Kirk July 24, 2017

10 DJs You Need to Follow on Instagram

Last time it was badass babes. Today, we’ve put together a selection of our favorite Instagram DJ accounts for you to check out.



We’re starting off with a couple “duh” ones that you nonetheless may have forgotten to add (we’d be straight up neglectful to leave a couple of these off the list), then we’ll move on from there. Let’s go!

1. Martin Garrix | @martingarrix



C’mon, we had to start with ‘ole Marty. Garrix is a Dutch DJ and producer that’s now easily one of the absolute top jockeys on our little blue orb. Why follow him? Aside from the obvious, he hangs with notable peeps—including those outside of the scene, such as athlete Draymond Green of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors—and serves up some incredible concert shots, including this from one from Porto, Portugal. Plus, he’s always in the news in one way or another. Just a couple days ago he debuted a new house alias, “Ytram,” (“Marty” spelled backwards) at Tomorrowland.

 





2. Kygo | @kygomusic

 

Norwegian musician Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll (“Kygo”) is all over YouTube and Soundcloud with over 1 billion combined views. His Instagram is well worth a follow, too, with some absolutely jawdropping shots of both performances and landscapes. There’s some artistry with the photography available here—plus, you’ll see guest appearances from the likes of The Weeknd in Barcelona (pictured).

 

3. The Chainsmokers | @thechainsmokers



As if we need to tell you, The Chainsmokers are an American DJ duo of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart. They got so much radio play and are so wildly popular that you probably already follow them via most channels. But if you’re not low-key stalking them on Instagram, you should—these guys know how to have fun. There’s tons of jetsetting going on and behind-the-scenes shots are abundant af.


 

4. Marshmello | @marshmellomusic

 



First gaining worldwide recognition by remixing songs by Zedd and Jack Ü, there’s good reason to follow @marshmellomusic—no one knows who the EDM producer is!

OK, that’s not really true any longer. He’s effectively been outed as American DJ Chris “Dotcom” Comstock. Still, there’s no official confirmation. Plus, he always wears a giant marshmallow helmet, and how many of the IG accounts you follow offer up that sort of visual?


5. Stafford Brothers | @staffordbrothers



Considered to be among the best Australia has to offer, brothers Matt and Chris Stafford hail from the Gold Coast but now rep LA. The first EDM act to sign with Cash Money Records, the Stafford Brothers are worth your Insta time because of stuff like this. And this. Really. They just love to have a good time, and you’ll have a good time following them.



 

6. Alison Wonderland | @alisonwonderland



Sydney-based DJ and producer Alex Sholler is pretty fresh on the scene, but you may as well get acclimated with her in advance. Initially a classical musician (rocking the cello), her debut album “Run” dropped in March 2015. Like the Stafford Brothers, she’s tops from the Land Down Under and has already collaborated with the likes of Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips on her track, “U Don’t Know.” Oh, and she’s pals with the mysterious/not-so-mysterious Marshmello.

 

7. Sick Individuals | @sickindividuals



Inspired by Swedish House Mafia, Daft Punk, and others, Dutch group Sick Individuals—composed of Rinze "Ray" Hofstee and Joep "Jim" Smeele—are blowing up. They’ve already offered official reworks for Avicii, Rihanna, Tiesto, David Guetta, Madonna, and Flo Rida, among others. Here they are playing Papaya Club in Zrce Beach, Novalja, Croatia.

 

8. WeAreTreø | @wearetreo



“We make music and surf.” That’s WeAreTreø’s self-description, and really, when you listen to some of their music, you can hear the influence of the islands. The Southern Cal locals— Ace Future, Trevor Shawn, and John John Gregory—are a fav of Blenders and are all about curating good times. Give ‘em a follow and don’t look back.
Billy Kirk
Billy Kirk