This year’s BPM boasted such an incredibly diverse lineup. DJs from all across the world played every variation of techno, tech house and house, providing some incredibly unique sets. The festival never fails to deliver. Here are some solid sets, taken from live streams during the event (courtesy of mixing.dj), to get you in the mood and experience some of the BPM music.

Julian Juweil

Julian Juweil has burst through the techno scene as of late. His set comprised of lots of dark techno beats, with some minimalist thrown in.


This massive 8 hour day set features everything from dark techno, to groovy house music, making it a perfect fit for the environment they performed at. 

Carl Cox b2b Nic Fanciulli

It almost feels like BPM isn’t BPM without a Carl Cox b2b. This year features Nic Fanciulli. Their respective styles mesh so well together, making for a diverse and enjoyable set. 


Umek brings his heavy booming techno style to the beaches of Mexico. He transitions from House jams into that deep banging techno sound he loves to bring to the decks. 


Solomun brings a minimalist style of techno, with forays into psychedelic beats, and deeper sounds, making for an interesting trip. 

Ramiro Lopez

This guy brought some awesome tech house to the table. Truly groovy and funky. 

Joris Voorn

This guy absolutely killed it. So many incredible melodies and grooves, making it one of the hottest sets for me,