Well it’s no secret that 2010 has already begun and new tunes have been coming in since the ball dropped. There are alot of Top 10 lists around the blog’verse, but not many (that I saw at least) showcased potential dance floor killers, rather they showcase the top tracks or artists of the year. Well here at the83’s we don’t live in the past, we like to look forward.
So I thought up a Top 10 list (two Top 5’s really) of potential top notch artists of this comign year, some have already made it and some are no doubt going to make an impact. The first part of this list will showcase the Top 5 House acts IMO.
Next up is my Top 5 Electro acts, so stay tuned… sWaZy out…
Top 5 of 2010: House
ImanoS / Danyo Wallem: These cats are all up and coming producers who have been wowing my ears for a couple months now. First up Imanos, who hails from The great white north and has been getting the nod of approval from names like Bob Sinclar, Alex Gaudino, D.O.N.S., Thomas Gold, Kid Massive, Stonebridge, Peter Gelderblom, Norman Doray, Tristan Garner. Next we have my favorite blogging producer Danyo Wallem, who is very much new to the game but his music doesnt show any evidence of that. Hitting the scene with amazing remixes of Riverside and I-Yaz’s ‘Replay’ he has been making a name for himself.
The Swedish House Mafia: Laidback Luke / Steve Angello / Ingrosso / Axwell: These guys have definitely made a household name for themselves, with hits like Show Me Love, Leave the World Behind among many many other hits. I listed them together to make the cut, but they easily could have made up a list on their own since they all have their own unique style and all do their own thing. I’d say out of the whole Mafia, Steve Angello and Laidback Luke will be the leaders this year as they both have been doign overtime in their production and touring.
Avicii: I don’t know much about this guy, but from what I do know about him – he makes huge dance floor killers. I started seeing tracks from him in the summer of 2009 and I seem to find a new track by him every other week. Each one seems unique in its sound and build up, I suggest you scope out some of his material.
Ralvero: Another name that I can’t speak too much on, but when it comes to Dutch house that just makes you wanna take off Ur dancing shoes and put on your ‘let’s go nuts & party’ sneakers – Ralvero is your man. The first song I heard of his was a remix of ‘On The Run’ by De Bos – I couldn’t even find the original only his remix. It’s got huge bass and a sound that rivals Crunk Music.