These are the DJs that smashed the hardest on the biggest stage in the business
We've just got back from a frantic weekend at Tomorrowland and we're still trying to process everything we saw, heard, felt and smelt. We met everyone from Martin Garrix, to Krewella to Hardwell, we broadcasted live on Ministry Radio from the site, we took about 1000 photos, we ate a lot of free press sandwiches, oh and we saw some music too.
Here's a countdown of the sets we vaguely remember liking the most.
10. Axwell /\ Ingrosso
The former Swedish House Mafia lads destroyed the main stage on Saturday night, proving that the don't need Angello to storm bring the house down.
The Ibizan underground favourite brought a darker edge to the most technicolour festival in the world.
8. Seth Troxler
It feels a little like we've been stalking Seth this summer - we've seen him at Sonar, Glastonbury and Wild Life. But at least that meant we knew he wouldn't disappoint at Tomorrowland.
7. Oliver Heldens
Our buddy Oliver Heldens brought house to the EDM masses.
6. Carl Cox
Living legend and Tomorrowland regular, Coxy did what he does best and gave the younger DJs a schooling on how it's done.
5. The Martinez Brothers
The Martinez Brothers flew the flag for more subtle sounds and brought some much needed grooves.
4. Martin Garrix
Martin Garrix impressed us both on and off the stage. On stage he showed everyone how to play the main stage like it ain't no thing and off stage he showed off a feat of strength by lifting Adam K like it ain't no thing.
3. Maceo Plex
One of our absolute favourites, Maceo Plex's set was a welcome drop free zone.
2. Sven Vath
Papa Sven took the helm at his Cocoon stage and had the masses mesmerized.
1. Martin Solveig
A bit of a curve ball here, but one of the most enjoyable sets of the weekend was Martin Solveig's poptastic opener on Saturday.
Missed out on Tomorrowland? You can listen back to the whole festival on Ministry Radio here.
28 Jul 2015