Dazed look back over the year at the biggest names and most innovative musicians that inspired us
Over the last year, we at Dazed have perked our ears to an eclectic mix of featured musicians and collectives from bands like Telepathe to underground house labels like Wolf + Lamb, popstresses Lykke Li. Zola Jesus and Robyn to electronic masters like Oneohtrix Point Never, and punk pioneers such Joy Division's Peter Hook. We met South African nutters Die Antwoord and went head-to-head with Gonjasufi before chatting with Simian Mobile Disco and Soulwax before Christmas. As we hit December again, we look back over 2010 to remember the greatest acts who made a permanent impact on our iPods and have indeed shaped music to come…
FEVER RAY MIXTAPE
Karin Dreijer Andersson gives us some insight into her inspirations along with a selection of her current favourite tunes.
JOSH HOMME FILM
The Queens of the Stone Age frontman takes us on an intimate tour of his Los Angeles studio.
EXCLUSIVE CRYSTAL CASTLES REMIX
The cover stars of Dazed & Confused's May issue have their track 'Celestica' reworked by Bear in Heaven and exclusively previewed on Dazed Digital.
JAMES LAVELLE MIXTAPE
Unkle's main man offer Dazed Digital readers a selection of his favourite records, from Carl Craig to Fleetwood Mac.
CHROMEO: BUSINESS CASUAL
The Canadian electro pop duo returns with a third album of Hall & Oates and Philipe Zdar collaborations.
SNOOP DOGG BACK IN THE UK
The Doggfather returns to the UK for a series of gigs and a Dazed chat about sportswear, grime and how a woman keeps her man happy!
As they release their third album, Arcade Fire's Will Butler chat to Dazed Digital about Haiti, President Obama and working with film director Terry Gilliam.
TRICKY TAKES A TRIP
The Bristol-born enigma talks about recording his new album, taking on corporate mendacity and why every human being has a mystical soul.
FEIST: LOOK AT WHAT THE LIGHT DID NOW
Dazed shows an exclusive clip from the new Feist documentary and talk to its director, Anthony Seck.
EXCLUSIVE HURTS VIDEO
The dapper duo talk about their use of hair gel and breaking legs before the launch of their new album.