No, it's actually the opposite, it's not that we are more sceptic, it's that the scene is degenerating. The recent evolution for technology has made sure that pretty much everyone can pick up music production, and that is a marvelous thing, except that the audience are too stupid to recognize quality and hype everything with a decent level of high pitch lazers and bouncey melodies. People like wonkap and even eptic to be honest, do not deserve to be famous (yet). My friends keep asking me why i don't get signed, and i always answer "because my music is not good enough". Nowadays we have a generation of teenagers that step to a label as soon as they discovered what the performer in massive does. And the label accepting them because they are also oblivious teens or they know the oblivious teens love that kinda music, but frankly, it annous me.
I've pretty much stopped listening to EDM as a whole, just because i find it so damn hard to find good music. Not even kidding, i'm back to non-electronics. (still make edm though) it's just annoying for people who actually do want a certain level of professionalism.
As for DJing, i'm pretty much against that so i wouldn't even participate in that convo.