Our podcast hosters and those all round good dudes over at Bleep.com just announced their Top 100 tracks of 2010.
According to their HQ:
“Putting together The Top 100 Tracks of 2010 was a labour of love for Bleep. An opportunity to showcase the music that has turned us on in the last 12 months and put across our take on the year’s best music. Through a process that included the whole team and contributions from our friends and partners the massive amount of great music that was released in 2010 was whittled down to just 100 tracks.”
They’re offering an incredibly unique download opportunity for the public to buy these 100 tracks in high-quality, DRM free MP3s for just £30. The list spans Bleep's wide-ranging hand-picked catalogue of music and includes critically acclaimed artists from the last 12 months such as Brian Eno, Caribou, and James Blake.
You can check the full list of tracks here. And you can also read our thoughts about why James Blake’s ‘CMYK’ got included right here too.
“When it drops it explodes like a paint splash on canvas, eclipsing whatever it bursts out from with ease. - Oli Marlow”
As a token of good will for the new year, Bleep have kindly offered Sonic Router the chance to give away one of these download bundles for the price of an email. So electronically ping us your answer to the below question by this time next week to be in the running.
Q: Which Untold track did James Blake remix to astounding effect back in 2009?