No hype needed here. With chills-inducing verses perfectly timed above a throbbing bass arpeggiator, Einmusik aces the delicate balancing act between accessibility and artistic integrity on this dreamy cut from his I. Disclosure ft. Lorde - "Magnets". Four Tet — "Morning Side". Arrestingly beautiful in composition and understated in approach, it's refreshing to hear a producer of Four Tet's caliber throw caution and convention to the wind in such a lovely way. Eric Prydz - "Opus". Keep an eye out for his debut album of the same name arriving next February. Galantis — "Gold Dust". Nicolas Jaar - "Fight".
After all, choosing your favourite DJ is so minutely subjective: it could be some little-known selector who blew your mind at a party attended by less than people or the resident at your favourite club night who's never likely to blow up and gain the wider attention that would grant them a place in a list like this though keep an eye on our breakthrough DJs chart. But, decisions must be made and votes tallied up. After all, that's our job. Here are the top 10 DJs of as voted for by Mixmag staff and contributors, based on who's blown the most minds on dancefloors, who's got the passion as well as the knowledge, who refuses to stop innovating, who's thrown down records with true flair and who's played across the world and always done so with style and substance. And let's be clear: this definitely isn't based on social media numbers. He's toured for the best part of a decade, but saw Ryan Elliott's reputation rise as a new generation of P Bar-savvy kids caught on to his consummate DJ style and he wowed floors from Fabric and Just Jack to Movement Detroit and Awakenings. His expert DJ skill and taste in tough, melodic tracks were oh-so refreshing in
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