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The BMC Top 5 for 2012

BMC Top 5 Singles for 2012: 1. Levels - Avicii 2. Party Rock Anthem - LMFAO 3. Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepsen 4. Pumped Up Kicks - Foster the People 5. Where Have You Been - Rihanna Top 5 BPMs for 2012: 1. 130 bpm 2. 125 bpm 3. 100 bpm 4. 120 bpm 5. 135 bpm Top 5 Artists for 2012: 1.   David Guetta 2.   Rihanna 3.   Drake 4.   Chris Brown 5.   Katy Perry Some interesting developments - Party Rock Anthem actually went up one spot from last year (talk about staying power), our readers' favorite bpm's have actually gotten faster, and our top 5 artists experienced minimal shuffling, with the only notable change being Drake replacing Black Eyed Peas. In any case, thanks to everyone out there for an exceptional 2012. Our readership continues to grow in a big way, and hopefully we'll have another banner year in 2013. Keep reading and supporting, and we'll keep the content coming. Got your own ideas about wha

The BMC Top 5 for December 2012

Happy New Year to all our readers around the world. Same top 5 as in November, but we do have a new #1: BMC Top 5 Singles for December 2012: 1. Diamonds - Rihanna 2. Gangnam Style - PSY 3. Don't You Worry Child - Swedish House Mafia 4. Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepsen 5. Levels - Avicii Top 5 BPMs for December 2012: 1. 125 bpm 2. 130 bpm 3. 100 bpm 4. 120 bpm 5. 140 bpm Stay tuned for our 2012 year-end rankings later on today. Even I don't know what the #1 song will be, so it should be interesting. Got your own ideas about what should be in the Top 5? Leave a comment. (Photo via Morguefile )

App Reviews: Algoriddim Djay (for iPad)

You know the drill by now - dj app tries to replicate a realistic dj experience, and the experts try to pick it apart. So does the Algoriddim Djay app for iPad get the job done? A couple of in-depth web reviews give us some insight. 'Our resident professional dj was pleased rather than blown away by Djay, initially calling it a nice toy, but later describing it as a very convenient way to practice a set on a bus or train before coming back to 'real' dj gear at home or a club.' - iLounge 'Djay for iPad won't cut it for the advanced dj, but it's a fun tool that works well and takes advantage of all the iPad's usefulness.' - Couple of things stand out to me. First off, the reviews note that you tend to get low memory warnings on a semi-regular basis, so look out for that. But for a beginner who wants to play around before upgrading to something bigger & better (or someone who just wants an easy way to keep the party going), Djay doe