The Best Electronic Music Competitions of 2011

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Contributors: Andranick Tanguiane, Fred Lerdahl,


It’s that time of year again – the time when electronic music fans from all over the world come together to compete in the best competitions of the year. 2011 is shaping up to be a great year for electronic music, with some of the best talent in the world vying for the top prize. So which competitions are the ones to watch out for? Here are our picks for the best of the best.


Looking for some new and upcoming electronic music competitions? Here are some of the best electronic music competitions of 2011.

1. The DMC World DJ Championships
2. The Bedfordshire Digital Music Awards
3. The UK-produced Remix64 competition
4. The International Talents Discovery Contest in Holland
5. The Japan-based Korg M3 Module Remix Contest

The Music

The best electronic music competitions of 2011 were all about the music. The winners were chosen based on their creativity, innovation, and originality.

Here are the top five electronic music competitions of 2011:

1. International Songwriting Competition (ISC)
2. Beatport Music Awards
3. Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp
4. Ableton Live Pack Contest
5. Native Instruments’ ‘The Remix’ Contest

The People

The People is an electronic music duo from Los Angeles, California, USA. The duo is composed of producers/DJs Richie Hawtin and John Digweed. They are best known for their work in the 1990s as part of the underground dance music supergroup Digweed & Hawtin.

The People’s sound is a blend of deep house, techno, and minimal techno. They have released two albums, The People (2010) and The Truth (2011).

The Venues

The best electronic music competitions of 2011 will be held in some of the most popular clubs, bars and venues around the world. These competitions will showcase the talents of the world’s best DJs and producers, and will provide a platform for them to share their music with a wider audience.

The competitions will be held in a variety of different countries, and each one will offer a unique experience for the participants. In order to ensure that the competition is fair, all of the venues will be equipped with the same state-of-the-art sound systems and equipment. This will allow the judges to hear each performance clearly and make their decisions based on the quality of the music, rather than on any other factors.

The following is a list of some of the venues that will be hosting the best electronic music competitions of 2011:

-The Venue (Barcelona, Spain)
-Cafe Mambo (Ibiza, Spain)
-Pacha (Ibiza, Spain)
-Space (Ibiza, Spain)
-Amnesia (Ibiza, Spain)

The Aftermath

Now that the playing field has been cleared of the chaff, we can focus on the real contenders for the title of best electronic music competition of 2011. These are the competitions that produced the most interesting and innovative music, and that showcased a wide range of talent from around the world.

There were many great competitions this year, but only a few can be crowned the best. In no particular order, here are our picks for the best electronic music competitions of 2011:

1. The DMC World DJ Championships
The DMC World DJ Championships is an annual event that pits the world’s best DJs against each other in a battle for supremacy. This year’s edition was held in London, and it featured some of the most mind-blowing turntablism we’ve ever seen.

2. The Ableton Live 9 Suite Competition
This competition tasked producers with creating a track using only the new instruments and effects in Ableton Live 9 Suite. The results were truly impressive, with a wide range of styles and genres represented.

3. The Future Music Producer Remix Competition
The Future Music Producer Remix Competition challenged producers to create a remix of a track by American electronica band KiloWatts. The winning remix was absolutely stunning, and it showed off just how creative and talented today’s producers are.

4. The Red Bull Thre3Style DJ Competition
The Red Bull Thre3Style DJ Competition is an annual event that challenges DJs to create a three-minute set that incorporates three different genres of music. This year’s edition was won by DJ Babu of Dilated Peoples, who delivered an amazing set that included everything from techno to hip-hop to soul.

These are just a few of the many great electronic music competitions that took place this year. 2011 was a truly stellar year for electronic music, and we can’t wait to see what next year has in store for us!

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