2010 release. The Duke Dumont, most commonly known for a series of pulsating remixes of indie acts including Late Of The Pier and Bat For Lashes, as well as being named Diesel U:Music Champion in 2006 (an award given to the world's best unsigned producer and previously won by Mylo and DJ Yoda), will soon be ever-more-widely appreciated for his expansive tastes and mastery of the turntables. Now working on a debut album that draws from his broad palette of influence, his DJ sets remain brilliantly unpredictable. On his FabricLive.51 mix he focuses on the most exciting artists from the house and techno sphere in 2010, but in deliberately eschewing flash-in-the-pan trends he has crafted an impeccable mix that has more than enough quality to truly stand the test of time. A selection that includes the likes of Bodycode, Floating Points, Scuba and Green Velvet, amongst a raft of other sparkling talent. The Duke Dumont marked himself out as a producer of extraordinary promise by becoming Diesel U:Music Champion in 2006 and announced himself to the club world with his debut release, an incendiary electro EP on Tiga's Turbo imprint, Regality EP in 2007. He has since gone on to release on the incredible Dubsided, sometime home to the likes of Jesse Rose, Trevor Loveys and Herve, with another dancefloor destroying EP, The Dominion Dubs EP. He has also become renowned for his remixing ability. His epic reworking of Mystery Jets "Two Doors Down," the hypnotic re-rub of Late Of The Pier's "Bathroom Gurgle" and the pitched-down but rave-y remix of Bat For Lashes "Daniel" have marked him out as the indie world's re-tweaker of choice and in possession of an extraordinary ability to retune any track to the demands of the dancefloor. Other artists include: Saturn V, Audio Soul Project, Argy & Martinez Brothers, Federleicht, Alessio Mereu & Matteo Spedicati, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Vincenzo, Duke Dumont, The Gerd & House Vectors, Ieyasu Tokugama, and Idioma.