GDD™ 2010 Roundup: Part II


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If you don’t like something… then change it. And that’s just what happened in 2010. Subdivisions of dubstep, garage, jungle and house all conglomerating into a category devoid of labels or genres. In 2006, a young no-name producer from London named Burial curated a haunting sound unlike anything I’d ever heard before. Ambient, yet subtly brutal. A musical enigma. This year, a similar story arose. Another Londoner. Another mind-numbing sound. Another performance that demands the recognition of the music world. His name is James Blake. After the success of his CMYK and Klavierwerke EPs, he is set to release his self-titled full length album on Feb 7, which packs a soulful and madly emotional collection of songs that has been hugely backed and supported by the BBC1. With labels like Night Slugs, Sound Pellegrino, and Hyperdub leading the pack of electronic interlopers, look for these post-genre artists to dramatically impact the sound of 2011.

Top 5 Songs

• L-Vis 1990 – Forever You (Dub) <--- link removed by request
• Girl Unit – Wut <--- link removed by request
Breach – Fatherless
James Blake – CMYK
Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie XX – NY is Killing Me

Top 5 Producers
Jacques Green
Ramadanman
Canblaster
James Blake
Brenmar

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7 Responses to GDD™ 2010 Roundup: Part II

  1. thejerkman says:

    here is a link to a little ditty called "Fishlicker" by south London terrorist DrumCunt:

    http://snd.sc/fqBwdL

  2. Michaël says:

    My sub scared itself and ran off

  3. Anonymous says:

    LAME

  4. Anonymous says:

    Whats lame about it? Its well written informative and has a bunch of songs/musicians that ive never heard of and now will follow. The GDD twitter talked about ppl like you yesterday lol

  5. Anonymous says:

    hi
    take our tracks down immediately
    thanks
    night slugs

  6. SweetFA says:

    Nice one TK, solid stuff. Totally with you on the James Blake, he's got 2011's Mercury prize in the bag for sure :)

  7. Joel P says:

    man, I use to love girl unit and l-vis 1990 but I instantly lose all respect for people who ask for their mp3s to be removed.

    I'll be uploading all of your tracks to mediafire for everyone to download.

    ohh wait, they are all already there.

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