Now that the hype and controversy surrounding DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs results has died down, the influential website Resident Advisor is offering up their own top 100 list that looks vastly different than the aforementioned’s list. None of these artists are dubstep or electro like in DJ Mag’s Poll; instead they mainly span the likes of techno, house, deep house and tech house.  This is one aspect of EDM that is underrepresented in the US. Some of these artists have been working their way into the US over the last year, but to the average EDM fan in the states many of these names are unfamiliar. In our recent interview with Dane-turned-Angelino Morten Breum, he predicted that tech house would be the next big thing in the us. Now is the time to start familiarizing! Check out their top 10 and read what they had to say about it below, and read the whole list here.

The RA Resident Advisor Top DJ poll is our annual chance to give RA readers a voice. Voted by registered members of the site, the list puts a global spin on something otherwise personal: your favourite DJ(s). The rules became a little tighter this time around. Selections were restricted to DJs listed in each user’s 2012 event diary, limiting voters to their best experiences this year rather than all-time.

There have been a number of shake-ups as a result. There is a new #1, and a prominent top 20 debut for one of the year’s fastest-rising stars. Some jocks landed considerably higher while others went down a few notches, as newcomers rubbed elbows with the established old guard.

10. Maya Jane Coles

9. Tale of Us

8. Ricardo Villalobos

7. Loco Dice

6. Jamie Jones

5. Ben Klock

4. Maceo Plex

3. Dixon

2. Richie Hawtin

1. Seth Troxler