We, at psybient.org we appreciate, love and respect DJs, and we appreciate their dedication to music and hard work of making selections . Psybient / Downtempo / Psychill DJs are usually real supporters of the artists; they are more likely to thank and give feedback to the artists, support them and more likely pay for music.
From the listener’s point of view, they do a great job in preselecting music, filtering and identifying the musical gems. They will often dig back to the older tracks and artists and in so doing bring attention to something that might have been forgotten otherwise. DJs are also important contributors to festival and event lineups, and we think their role should be valorized. Also some DJ’s are event organizers and label managers. Some of greatest chill artist have participated in our podcast, have a listen.
psybient.org – 2019 – best of results
for other results please visit @ https://www.psybient.org/love/category/best-of-2019/
Favourite “downtempo/ambient DJ” results (psybient, psychill, ambient, psydub, downtempo):
This question was optional and answers were in free text mode. We congratulate and inspiration to our “winners”. The best prize for them will be your attention to their art of mixing.
Congratulations to JOHNNY BLUE from Cyprus, who is undoubtedly most “recognized” DJ in Europe. Second place is taken by Neon Jesus from USA, third by DJ Zen from France, fourth by Bayawaka from Israel and 5th by yours trully, Gagarin Project from Ukraine.
Please notify your favorite DJ’s about our results , they will be happy :)
1. Johnny Blue
2. Neon Jesus
3. Dj Zen
5. Gagarin Project
9. Ant Nebula
11. Dalton Trance Teleport
14. Light Child Project
15. Liquid Bloom
16. Qses Aka Dark Q
23. Liquid Lounge
26. Savvas Kalt
31. Trala Lama
37. Amar Dhall
38. Ancient Realms
40. Sophy Gonzaga
41. Zaftra Morgen
Special mention goes to TRALA LAMA for helping us to do the counts.
DJs and Tracklist:
Note from Gagarin Project:
Some DJs have the old habit of keeping their tracklist private. While I respect this approach, I think if a DJ decides to put a mix online as “free to listen”, they should include the full tracklist; this is the simplest and most effective way to thank the artists. Having no time is no excuse. Having 1-2 unreleased tracks is also no excuse, as a partial playlist is better than nothing. If you feel like sharing your thoughts on this subject, please join us in our forum post here.
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text by Gagarin Project.
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