Dirty Workz at Ultra Miami: What you should know

For a new edition of Dirty Workz at Ultra Miami, we present to you all the artists who will be part of this host.

In recent years, there have been many hosts who have been part of a festival as big as Ultra Miami. From STMPD RCRDS to Gud Vibrations, passing through Revealed Recordings. Only one, in this case Dirty Workz, has been a common denominator in the last 3 editions. As a music label, outside of individual awards, they are at the top of hardstyle. Nowadays, we don't contemplate an Ultra Miami without hardstyle, and all of this is thanks to Dirty Workz.

Like every year, especially for those of you who are starting out in hardstyle or are curious about the artists who will attend, we give you a short description along with a set from each artist. An opportunity to discover new artists or get to know others a little more in depth.


A more than surprising confirmation. Just 2 years ago, Adrenalize celebrated 10 years of dedication to the hardstyle scene, with a career in which he grew exponentially at a very young age. Lately alternating with his new live-act 'Toxic', he's one of your options if you are more a fan of more melodic sounds than of harder rhythms.


After attending Dirty Workz's debut year at Ultra, he returns as one of the most chameleonic artists you can find today two years later with his show 'Xtreme'. Able to move between trance, techno and hardstyle, we will see the hardest version of him during the second day of Ultra.


The greatest soldier of hardstyle. For 2 decades, he has been, is and will be one of the names of hardstyle. Recognized throughout the world, we had the pleasure of interview him about his career a few months ago. 'A New Decade', as he called his recently released album, contains great collaborations, solo tracks and nods to a past that is always a pleasure to remember. As he said, 'someday there will be hardstyle on the mainstage of Ultra Miami'. At the moment, he's the one that has been closest. F**cking pandemic!


One of the talents that is taking off the most in the United States the last months. He has performed supporting artists such as Deadly Guns, AniMe, Lil Texas or Lady Faith, carrying happy hardcore as his flag. Weekend practically dreamed of for him, as he will debut at both Ultra Miami and Beyond Wonderland.

  • KAMI

Like SOREN, they have a nice story to tell regarding Ultra. Their beginnings as a trio began at this same festival in 2017. 7 years later, they debut at Ultra after having gone through festivals such as EDC Las Vegas, Bullseye or Wasteland. Golden opportunity to show their full potential.


'The One Man Army'. A year of many changes, in which Joey took a 360º turn in his career. He founded his own music label, was accompanied by an orchestra for some of his concerts and announced the biggest album we will possibly see this 2024. He will debut for the first time at Ultra Miami, and like Sub Zero Project the year before, will have a collaboration with Hardwell to release. Will we see them together on the mainstage?

  • RAN-D

After a career full of 'anthems', he will finally mark one of the few things he had left to do: perform at Ultra Miami. Ran-D is one of the active hardstyle legends, even more so after being the main set in Defqon.1 Legends with his friends B-Front and Adaro. With his album 'Illuminate' released months ago, and a new live-show called 'Untamed', he will surely be one of the most-expected performances by hardstyle fans in Miami.


We have been talking about him in recent years and it's no wonder. He has been growing little by little to become a Dirty Workz artist and more recently a one of the artists to follow on Dancing Astronaut. SOREN is, undoubtedly, one of the most talented artists in the United States and who repeats for the second time here, after having played in practically all the big hardstyle stages in America.


2024 will be the biggest of their professional career. We say professional, because possibly 2023 was possibly the best in terms of family. They conveyed the meaning of being parents for the first time through their first release of the year called 'Daughters'. A new album on the way, an almost finished Defqon.1 anthem and of course, the debut at one of the biggest festivals in the world such as Ultra Miami. After many visa problems years ago, Sound Rush have already established themselves as one of the most consistent artists in the United States.


The current No.1 of hardstyle. An entire article is necessary for what they achieved in 2023. Create the past Defqon.1 anthem (in addition to being recognized as Defqon.1 Legends) or alternate their own live-show with 2 different themes, creating their event with all of them . They have already managed to be headliners at Ultra Australia and they are building a large fan-base in the United States. The true GOATs of the moment. Third consecutive Ultra Miami for them, whom we hope to one day see, deservedly, on the mainstage.


One of the greatest standards of current rawstyle. He presented his album 'Rest In Pieces', in addition to complete his first decade as an artist. Like Sub Zero Project and Ran-D, he was one of the performances at last year's Defqon.1 Legends. Well-deserved recognition for a spectacular career and that begins a new decade with 'Rave From The Grave', his next EP. After closing the previous edition at UMF Radio, it will be his second Ultra Miami.

At this moment there are tickets available for Ultra, so you still have time to enjoy one of the biggest festivals in the world. See you at Bayfront Park!

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One summer of 2014 I wondered what an electronic music festival would be like and 5 years later, I wonder what would become of me without such a festival regularly..

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