Wow how come I have not heard of any of Monstercat Label stuff? There are pretty good productions up in there. The EDM there is pretty good (I enjoyed Pegboard Nerd's stuff).
I took a listen to all of them and then some and I enjoyed listening to em all. I'm not a diehard fan of dubstep but I actually enjoyed listening to it. TwoThirds' "Tonight (feat. Holly Dummond)" was good but I'm more inclined to Stereotronique's "Sexy Beast". Reminds me of Benassi stuff!
Now I'm gonna borrow some of the Pop Thread's usage and slap on here the top 10 selling Dance/Electronic Albums for the week of Feb. 11 2013
Now I have to say I'm impressed with David Guetta for having an album that has stayed on the charts so long. And well Flo Rida has had one hell of a ride. He keeps spilling single after single and people are loving it making it hit after hit. It is the kind of dance music that appeals to mainstream. Swedish House Mafia's "Don't You Worry Child" obviously has had a gr8 impact. What I am surprised is how well people are taking Icona Pop and their single "I Love It". First time I heard it, I didn't think people would take a fondness to it but now I hear it on commercials and it is the theme song for "Snooki and J-Woww".1. Flo Rida "Wild Ones"
2. Swedish House Mafia "Until Now"
3. Skrillex "Bangarang"
4. Lindsey Stirling "Lindsey Stirling"
5. Calvin Harris "18 Months"
6. David Guetta "Nothing But The Beat"
7. Deadmau5 "Album Title Goes Here"
8. Toro y Moi "Anything In Return"
9. Flux Pavilion "Blow The Roof"
10. Icona Pop "Iconic (EP)"
I am not sure who Lindsey Stirling, Toro y Moi, and Flux Pavilion are but I will look em up.
I hope to see Nervo sometime up on the top 10.
Discuss the top 10 and who u think should be in/out