According To Rolling Stone, These Are The 25 Greatest Internet DJ Mixes Of All Time

In case you missed it, the legendary music publication Rolling Stone recently announced their list of the 25 Greatest Internet DJ Mixes Of All Time, which features some stellar mixes from artists such as Frankie Knuckles, Disclosure, Flying Lotus and Madlib to name a few. Causing controversy over their previous list of the '30 Greatest EDM Albums Of All Time', there is little to debate with this list of legendary mixes coming from the World Wide Web.

While the list doesn't include live mixes, but "radio sessions streamed online, Soundcloud uploads, podcasts, Boiler Room sessions and more," the list features some legendary Essential Mixes from from Lindstrom and Prins Thomas, Greg Wilson and DJ Snake, as well as a few FACT Mag mixes.

Enjoy.

Rolling Stone's 25 Greatest Internet DJ Mixes Of All Time

1. Mary Anne Hobbs – BBC Radio 1: Breezeblock Dubstep Warz (2006) - Listen
2. Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas – BBC Radio 1: Essential Mix (2007) - Listen
3. Flying Lotus – BBC Radio 1: Essential Mix (2008) - Listen
4. Greg Wilson – BBC Radio 1: Essential Mix (2009) - Listen
5. Theo Parrish – Boiler Room #29 (2010) - Listen
6. Nicolas Jaar – Resident Advisor Mix 211 (2010) - Listen
7. Anthony "Shake" Shakir – Little White Earbuds Podcast 42 (2010) - Listen
8. Marcellus Pittman – FACT Mix 201 (2010) - Listen
9. Optimo – Optimogeddon (2010) - Listen
10. Disclosure – FACT Mix 327 (2011) - Listen
11. Nguzunguzu – 'The Perfect Lullabye' (2011) - Listen
12. DJ Cheeba – DJ Moneyshot and DJ Food, 'Caught in the Middle of a 3-Way Mix' (2012) - Listen
13. Rustie – BBC Radio 1: Essential Mix (2012) - Listen
14. RyJ – 'Nicki Minaj Pickle Juice Mix' (2012) - Listen
15. L-Vis 1990 – 'Night Slugs Mix 002' (2012) - Listen
16. Frankie Knuckles – Boiler Room New York 007 (2013) - Listen
17. Galcher Lustwerk – 'Blowing Up the Workshop' (2013) - Listen
18. L. Pierre – 'Neverland Transmission, a Disney Mix' (2013) - Listen
19. Arca – '&&&&&' (2013) - Listen
20. DJ EZ – Boiler Room London (2014) - Listen
21. Jam City – 'Earthly III' (2014) - Listen
22. DJ Snake – BBC Radio 1: Essential Mix (2014) - Listen
23. Joey Anderson – XLR8R Podcast 337 (2014) - Listen
24. Madlib – 'Mad Fusion: African Earwax' (2015) - Listen
25. Floorplan – MixMagTV: Floorplan A.K.A. Robert Hood Religious Techno DJ Set @ Weather Festival Paris (2015) - Listen


Source: Rolling Stone