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Grindin Year End Chart

Dec 31 2010
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1. Girl Unit – WUT
2. James Blake – CMYK
3. Dubbel Dutch – Throwback
4. The Dream – Yamaha
5. Art Department – Without You
6. Joe – Claptrap
7. LOL Boys – 123 (Original Mix)
8. Azari & III – Indigo
9. L-Vis 1990 – Forever You
10. Soulja Boy – Pretty Boy Swag
11. Brenmar – Taking It Down
12. Ramadanman – Work Them
13. Salem – King Night [Album]
14. Bakey Ustl – A Tender Place
15. Nicolas Jaar – Time For Us
16. Kingdom – Fogs
17. Storm Queen – Look Right Through
18. Drop The Lime – Hot As Hell (Canblaster Remix)
19. NDF – Since We Last Met
20. Ciara (ft. Ludacris) – Ride

The year end Grindin chart was compiled by the Grindin’ network. Read more about Grindin’ here.

  • http://www.caption-this.com/56932702.jpg flatterys

    WUT my brown eye. good tune. big hype. night slugs kiss ass.

  • realtalk

    Expandable Youth are the biggest lames in Vancouver. Jumping from bandwagon to bandwagon stealing other people’s sound trying to pretend they are “authentic” while working for blueprint…..You dudes play at Venue gtfo.

  • Tommy G

    LOL dude above me is right, these dudes are littering facebook calling themselves taste makers because they listen to a Max Ulis Set and heard something original that people like other than that shitty electro bro music they play.

  • vancity dude

    I would never be caught dead at a blueprint event.

  • dubster

    Aren’t these guys opening for Skrillex??? I think that speaks volumes to their respect of electronic music.

  • Matt ExYouth

    LOL wow wasn’t expecting that to happen… when did we label ourselves tastemakers exactly? I wrote a description about some of the members of Grindin, some of which are indisputably considered to be tastemakers.

    Having diverse tastes isn’t tantamount to being “bandwagon jumpers”… I don’t know anybody with a modicum of credibility or awareness that would agree with your accusation that we’re bandwagoners. Just seems like some unlearned, blind haterism on your part.

    And whose sound have we stolen exactly? I’m pretty sure we just play and or support what music we genuinely like (or is befitting of the crowds we sometimes play for, which are largely commercial, yes). I thought playing & breaking new/interesting music to large crowds of unsuspecting people was a good thing in the DJ world… if some bro at a Steve Aoki show hears us sneak some niche genre music into our set that they would’ve otherwise never been introduced to, then I suspect that’s a good thing.

    As for the schmuck with Max Ulis’ dick in his mouth, the only tracks we’ve “stolen” from Max Ulis’ sets are the ones he’s produced and given to us personally (feel free to ask him yourself). So STFU and don’t act like you know anything. Max is friendly with us and has never shown us anything other than mutual respect.

    And who cares if we’re opening for Skrillex? So because you open for someone it automatically means you endorse them or support their music? Clearly you don’t know anything about DJing or booking. Do we personally like and support bro electro & bro step? The answer is Yes and No. The stuff undeniably has its place (whether it’s important from a critical standpoint or not) & it’s naive to think otherwise. But neither of us sit at home and listen to Skrillex & think “wow.. this is some truly profound and interesting music”… It’s just dumb shit for people to scream to in nightclubs. It also happens to make the promotions company I work for a shitload of money.

  • Matt ExYouth

    also u sound like 1 dude trolling from 5 different names… why u so mad son?

  • diddybop

    “LOL wow wasn’t expecting that to happen… when did we label ourselves tastemakers exactly? I wrote a description about some of the members of Grindin, some of which are indisputably considered to be tastemakers.
    Having diverse tastes isn’t tantamount to being “bandwagon jumpers”… I don’t know anybody with a modicum of credibility or awareness that would agree with your accusation that we’re bandwagoners. Just seems like some unlearned, blind haterism on your part.
    And whose sound have we stolen exactly? I’m pretty sure we just play and or support what music we genuinely like (or is befitting of the crowds we sometimes play for, which are largely commercial, yes). I thought playing & breaking new/interesting music to large crowds of unsuspecting people was a good thing in the DJ world… if some bro at a Steve Aoki show hears us sneak some niche genre music into our set that they would’ve otherwise never been introduced to, then I suspect that’s a good thing.
    As for the schmuck with Max Ulis’ dick in his mouth, the only tracks we’ve “stolen” from Max Ulis’ sets are the ones he’s produced and given to us personally (feel free to ask him yourself). So STFU and don’t act like you know anything. Max is friendly with us and has never shown us anything other than mutual respect.
    And who cares if we’re opening for Skrillex? So because you open for someone it automatically means you endorse them or support their music? Clearly you don’t know anything about DJing or booking. Do we personally like and support bro electro & bro step? The answer is Yes and No. The stuff undeniably has its place (whether it’s important from a critical standpoint or not) & it’s naive to think otherwise. But neither of us sit at home and listen to Skrillex & think “wow.. this is some truly profound and interesting music”… It’s just dumb shit for people to scream to in nightclubs. It also happens to make the promotions company I work for a shitload of money.”

    http://i41.tinypic.com/1znn70p.jpg

  • Wave Rider

    Matt ExYouth says:
    January 3, 2011 at 00:20
    LOL wow wasn’t expecting that to happen… when did we label ourselves tastemakers exactly? I wrote a description about some of the members of Grindin, some of which are indisputably considered to be tastemakers.
    Having diverse tastes isn’t tantamount to being “bandwagon jumpers”… I don’t know anybody with a modicum of credibility or awareness that would agree with your accusation that we’re bandwagoners. Just seems like some unlearned, blind haterism on your part.
    And whose sound have we stolen exactly? I’m pretty sure we just play and or support what music we genuinely like (or is befitting of the crowds we sometimes play for, which are largely commercial, yes). I thought playing & breaking new/interesting music to large crowds of unsuspecting people was a good thing in the DJ world… if some bro at a Steve Aoki show hears us sneak some niche genre music into our set that they would’ve otherwise never been introduced to, then I suspect that’s a good thing.
    As for the schmuck with Max Ulis’ dick in his mouth, the only tracks we’ve “stolen” from Max Ulis’ sets are the ones he’s produced and given to us personally (feel free to ask him yourself). So STFU and don’t act like you know anything. Max is friendly with us and has never shown us anything other than mutual respect.
    And who cares if we’re opening for Skrillex? So because you open for someone it automatically means you endorse them or support their music? Clearly you don’t know anything about DJing or booking. Do we personally like and support bro electro & bro step? The answer is Yes and No. The stuff undeniably has its place (whether it’s important from a critical standpoint or not) & it’s naive to think otherwise. But neither of us sit at home and listen to Skrillex & think “wow.. this is some truly profound and interesting music”… It’s just dumb shit for people to scream to in nightclubs. It also happens to make the promotions company I work for a shitload of money.

    So what you are saying is you sold your soul?

  • Karma Jones

    any idiot can copy what they hear on a XLR8L podcast lol

  • Rawr

    All the haters just need to calm down. I personally like Expendable Youth and their abilities to hype up a crowd, and the fact that they personalize their sets based on the various crowds that they play for. Music is for anyone to appreciate, whether it be a “bro” or a legit “dubstep enthusiast.” It’s also pretty ignorant so assume things without any actual indications of anything. I mean, as an example for you dubstep fans, Cookie Monsta did a mix for Taio Cruz and Ke$ha, you think he’s a huge fan of their music? Hell no. So stop digging yourselves in a niche and be a little more open-minded. /endrant.

  • fdadfh

    I don’t think Expendable Youth sound like Max Ulis at all? And while you may think they rip off Max Ulis, Max Ulis has actually played a few Blueprint shows so…

    And Skrillex is definitely made for the clubs. A lot of Dubstep acts like DATSIK and Flux Pavilion support Skrillex. Y’all going to hate on them too?

  • http://sugarmercy.tumblr.com Colleen

    WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT

  • Matt ExYouth

    “Karma Jones says:
    January 3, 2011 at 04:06
    any idiot can copy what they hear on a XLR8L podcast lol”

    You mean like these idiots?

    http://www.xlr8r.com/mp3/2010/05/cannibalistic-lol-boys-remix

    http://www.xlr8r.com/news/2010/06/snag-new-free-mix-bogdan-raczyns

    http://www.xlr8r.com/news/2007/08/podcast-mad-decent

  • Karma Jones

    “All the haters just need to calm down. I personally like Expendable Youth and their abilities to hype up a crowd, and the fact that they personalize their sets based on the various crowds that they play for. Music is for anyone to appreciate, whether it be a “bro” or a legit “dubstep enthusiast.” It’s also pretty ignorant so assume things without any actual indications of anything. I mean, as an example for you dubstep fans, Cookie Monsta did a mix for Taio Cruz and Ke$ha, you think he’s a huge fan of their music? Hell no. So stop digging yourselves in a niche and be a little more open-minded. /endrant.”

    LOL Cookie monsta? Are you serious? That dude is a joke. Shows where your taste level in music is. Keep licensing to that soulless junk.

  • Karma Jones

    Did this guy really try to justify something with a reference to cookie monsta? shows where your musical taste level is.

  • Matt ExYouth

    I don’t even know who cookie monsta is… Other than the groovy blue guy from sesame street

  • dj slow

    L.O.L smiley face

  • nicko

    y’all kids are fucking haters. let’s hear ur big tune!

  • Rozay

    So … end of year chart = night slugs / friends of night slugs / music that night slugs artists listen to ?

  • Rickay

    + things that sound like night slugs

  • http://www.discobelle.net Martin

    Jog on haters.

  • klasse

    Am I the only one who has no idea how Expendable Youth are connected to this chart in any way whatsoever? Were comments deleted, or am I just missin somethin?

    Also, agree with Martin.

  • Matt ExYouth

    we (expendable youth) are part of grindin, thus we were part of the vote for the chart

  • http://www.soundcloud.com/cousincole Cousin Cole

    Speakers Going Hammer is WAYYYYYY better than Pretty Boy Swag! COME ON SON! hahahhahaha

  • http://webmegapolis.com/films/ omega_class

    I would never be caught dead at a blueprint event.

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