I think it would be really unprofessional, not to mention just disrespectful, to give out someone's personal email to a random person on the internet.
Not meaning to be cruel or unhelpful, but that doesn't seem like a realistic expectation from a forum post. I would take Evelon's advice. My advice would be to go out to DJ nights and try to make friends with the promoters and DJs, get your music in their hands, work your way up from there.
2 ways you can do this. one is to contact all the djs and agents directly, that way you aren't ever spamming anyone.
Or you can buy a list of the emails too. But you will be spamming some and some will report you for it.
I'm going to be honest and say i've done both, The first instance i get good feedback in general however even then some of the guys who say yes to promos don't even listen to them.
In the second instance i've gotten support from djs i could really never find the contact details for, even through their (obstinate usually) management. Some of these guys turned out to be the best supporters by far and tbh i've not been reported for spam more than a handful of times. I'm not advocating this second approach as a good way forward, it generally isnt. but t does work.
Hi, i'm pretty new in all about releasing track on labels, also sending promos or demos.
Maybe, you have some Techno / Tech House DJ emails? I really want to share my promos whit them
Idk, DJs like Marco Carola, Carl Cox, Dubfire...
What I generally have to say to all this is... Dude, there never has been a better time to be creative in how you put yourself out there. If you traveled back in time 20-25 years and told me about the internet, youtube, viral stuff etc and, generally, how it's relatively easier to create good content, put it out there and promote it however you want without having to go through ANYONE before it potentially reaches thousands, millions of people? I would have said "Jesus christ just work on good shit and make your own awesome videoclip...fuck labels..." or something.
oh another route you can take is to use a company that does this sort of thing. like all businesses there are good and bad ones. some will really push your promo the right way for the cost, others will just send out the promo to their established list of djs. the benefit of this with the average to better ones is that they have a good established relationship with their mailing lists, so there's more likelihood of feedback and support too