Look, we get the notion that getting known requires some kind of hand-out, but when that hand-out is a "name" claiming a song they had no input in, the idea of a producer gets muddied. We end up losing sight of what makes the aura of an electronic artist, the scene's essential DIY culture. There are many folks who run their own labels, produce their own music, then book their own DJ tours, and perform without a sync button. The fact of the matter is we need to be authentic. And, the mainstream needs authentic stars. It's the only way EDM will grow and be taken seriously, especially when those who are unfamiliar with EDM look at the scene as a bunch of guys "just pushing buttons." When you dilute the output with stolen sounds, it makes everyone involved look silly, and shouldn't be tolerated.