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    Default Who has rocked it for you in 2010??

    ok so my favourite genre changes on a yearly basis and this is because i tend to develop year long infatuation's with different DJ's.
    2008 i couldnt get enough of Hernan Cattaneo (not sure whats happened to him, he seems to have dropped off the planet), 2009 i had an unhealthy obsession with Carl Cox and his techno sounds and this year seems to have been a big trance year for me!!
    I've been impressed by Above & Beyond, Ashley Walbridge and Jaytech but the person who hase absolutely rocked 2010 for me and given me 3 of the best nights of the year has been Gareth Emery and his Garuda label.

    so the point in this thread is 2 things:

    1 - I'm intersted in knowing who every one has been listening to this year
    2 - I'm looking for inspiration for 2011 (I already think Richie Hawtin is going to be a big part of my life next year!!)

    so..... Who has rocked it for you in 2010??
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    been impressed with ida engberg on a couple of occasions this year.

    http://www.be-at.tv/#/brands/exit-fe...0/ida-engberg/

    also dj heidi live.

    girl power:eek:

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    This year:

    -Grand Theft Audio (From Miami, not the band from Hawaii lol)
    -Porter Robinson
    -Skrillex
    -Hot Pink Delorean
    -Designer Drugs


    Next Year:

    SAME!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gianmarco View Post
    This year:

    -Grand Theft Audio (From Miami, not the band from Hawaii lol)
    -Porter Robinson
    -Skrillex
    -Hot Pink Delorean
    -Designer Drugs


    Next Year:

    SAME!!!!!
    Porter Robinson has honestly impressed me this year.

    Hot Pink Delorean / Terravita (they are the same group, just the "house" name vs "DnB/Dubstep" name) have really wow'd me this year as well.

    Wolfgang Gartner as always.

    And I've been REALLY wow'd by Chronos Records in general (the label). Excision has grown to a solid force this year I feel as well. Dubstep in general has become more popular, and I'm loving every second of it. Liquid Stranger has stepped up. I was also blown away by Skream in Miami at WMC last year, though I thought I would be, but he really killed it.

    It's been a great year musically.
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    There have been a ton of big artists for me this year, but I think Nero takes my #1 spot, mainly for their essential mix being possibly my favorite set of all time. I'm expecting them to be pretty big in 2011, with the first album coming early in the year.

    Spor has also been one of my favorite producers lately with his new electro/dubstep side as Feed Me. Looking forward to his first EP under the new style coming out on Christmas.

    Sooo many others I could spout off across pretty much every genre, I'll just leave it at that for now.

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    Nicolas Jaar, Soul Clap, Tiger & Woods, and all that made great 4/4-beat re-edits out of 80s/old/funk/disco stuff without making it sound cheesy.

    The Hundred In The Hands, pop music yes but I like

    Caribou enuff said

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    No idea... I get lost in it all... So much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasperjones View Post
    Nicolas Jaar, Soul Clap, Tiger & Woods
    YES. I was listening to Tensnake's RA mix from December 09 well into summer and really admired his third eye for this type of boogie stuff. I did most of my digging in this corner of the music world this year.

    The Luvstep mix helped me appreciate dubstep, which I really didn't have an opinion on before.

    Last year I was kind of "yeah meh" on the heavy electro stuff going on, but this year made me hate it. I'm sorry and it's just my perspective on it, but it seems like this kind of stuff gets really popular right when its "freshest when used before" expiration date hits.

    Not really sure what the new sound is going to be next year, if there even is one. Sure hope there will be!

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    Dirtyloud, Felguk, Designer Drugs, Porter Robinson, & Skrillex

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