Dancing Astronaut’s High 100 Songs of the Decade

Dancing Astronaut’s Top 100 Songs of the DecadeTracks Of The Decade

Phrases: Bella Bagshaw, Rachel Narozniak, Chris Stack, Jessica Mao, and Farrell Sweeney

From “Clarity” to “Bangarang,” the previous ten years have borne witness to no scarcity of colourful digital releases that, cumulatively, have contributed to the style’s enlargement from area of interest to mainstream. A golden decade in dance, 2010 to 2020 noticed digital music hit a business climax in 2012.

As dance music labored its approach throughout radio airwaves, mostly by means of the not too long ago popularized dance-pop hybrid format, and because the inventory of electronically oriented festivals expanded, one factor grew to become more and more clear: dance music is for everybody. In a retrospective assessment of the releases that outlined the span of time between 2010 and 2020, Dancing Astronaut proudly presents our prime 100 tracks of the last decade.

1 Scary Monsters and Good Sprites – Skrillex

“Yes, OH MY GOD!” The premier single from Skrillex’s first Grammy Award-winning album for Greatest Dance/Electronica Album in 2011. Additionally grabbing a Grammy for Greatest Dance Recording, the observe catapulted dubstep into the American dance scene.

2 Keep – Zedd

“Stay” arrived as proof of the symbiotic high quality of Zedd’s refined strategy to each digital and pop stylings. In partnering with then rising pop starlet, Alessia Cara, on the file Zedd affirmed what his followers had lengthy identified: the dance-pop hybrid is one among his strongest sonic fits—and he’s nonetheless right here to play.

three Physique – Loud Luxurious

The discharge that catapulted Loud Luxurious into the musical mainstream, “Body” is an evergreen digital anthem that exemplified the duo’s acute ear for effervescent productions.

four Jackie Chan – Tiesto and Dzeko

Tiësto and Dzeko‘s collaboration with Submit Malone and Preme, “Jackie Chan” proved itself to be a very pervasive summer season anthem, because the star-studded hit single labored its approach by means of playlists and radio queues alike. The reduce, which scored a platinum certification, was as a lot a credit score to Tiësto’s ear for digital tunes that resonate — and have persistently resonated — with listeners as it’s a watershed second in Dzeko’s progressing profession as a solo producer.

5 After Life – Tchami feat. Stacy Barthe

The undisputed father of future home, Tchami wielded this dancefloor weapon to open the floodgates, serving to a complete new technology of four-by-four lovers uncover the “hard” sector of home.

6 The Veldt – deadmau5

Impressed by a fan’s tweet and a Ray Bradbury story of the identical identify “The Veldt” is deadmau5 at his progressive peak. The halcyon observe paints a visceral lyrical and manufacturing portrait, scaling legendary proportions in digital lovers’ hearts. It’s an untethered demonstration of deadmau5’s distinctive capability to create music that’s each mild and galvanizing .

7 On the spot Crush – Daft Punk feat. Julian Casablancas

Introspection is one hell of a drug. Daft Punk is aware of this properly, seen by means of their somber synth-pop moments. The androids borrow The Strokes lead singer Julian Casablancas’ palatably plaintive vocoded voice for an excellent sport of unhappy robotic.

eight Guarantees – NERO (Skrillex & Nero remix)

Showing on NERO’s official debut album, the trio’s “Promises” remix helped catalyze the last decade’s emotional dubstep craze. It even snagged Skrillex the 2013 Grammy for Greatest Remixed Recording.

9 Light – ZHU

Remixed by everybody from ODESZA to Lido, “Faded” was a collective late-night temper for kind of the latter half of the last decade. Nobody may deny ZHU’s beckoning vocal advances and up-to-no-good manufacturing prowess.

10 Web Mates – Knife Occasion

“You blocked me on Facebook / And now you’re going to die.” On the top of Knife Occasion’s rage or die reign over the primary half of the ’10s, got here “Internet Friends.” It’s a cheeky, relentless emblem of the group’s electro home savored sonic taste. Apart from making an look in dwell units far and broad, it even made it onto The Strolling Lifeless.

11 One Kiss – Calvin Harris

One kiss is all it takes? Over 900 million Spotify streams later, it appears listeners wished greater than that from the heavenly Dua Lipa-Calvin Harris tag group.

12 Elevate Your Weapon – deadmau5

Written with Skrillex at his aspect, deadmau5 places on a full-frontal show of his aural dexterity. Greta Svabo Bech helps wed progressive and dubstep on this hallowed union.

13 The Island -, Pt. 1 (Daybreak) – Pendulum

Between its ample radio play and each Skrillex and The Godfather of EDM, Tiesto’s selections to supply the observe official remixes, “The Island” garnered the nice graces it deserves. The flagship progressive paragon not solely helped Pendulum flex their style agility, however catapulted a teenage Madeon’s profession, after the younger Frenchman gained Pendulum’s remix contest for the observe.

14 Afterhours – TroyBoi feat. Diplo & Nina Sky

A pairing aligned in entice paradise, Diplo and TroyBoi, with the assistance of Nina Sky, deliver sultry, up-to-no-good worldliness to “Afterhours.” The observe pulsed with manufacturing advert libs evocative of their champion caliber of nuance throughout competition frontlines following its launch in 2015.

15 Titanium – David Guetta feat. Sia

Near a billion streams later, Sia’s steely vocals ring with the identical prophetic cadence, as does Guetta’s slow-burning pluck. “Titanium” is likely one of the few preeminent paragons of dance pop within the US.

16 Categorical Your self – Diplo feat. Nicky Da B

If we needed to pinpoint a chunk of music that catalyzed Diplo’s “random-white-dude-be-everywhere” reign over dance music and—who’re we kidding—the business at massive, “Express Yourself” was that second. It’s bombastic, deathly danceable, Afro-leaning type stood as a pristinely telling precursor for the near-decade of nonsense to brew from the Diplo camp. RIP Nicky Da B.

17 I Know The Fact – Fairly Lights

“I Know The Truth” is nothing wanting an instrumental love letter to dubstep. Expertly positioned, simply forward of its style’s wall-to-wall embrace mid decade, the observe shows Derek Vincent Smith’s unparalleled pattern savvy, on this case O.V. Wright’s “A Fool Can’t See The Light.”

18 Inform Me – RL Grime & What So Not

A entice affront for the ages. “Tell Me” combines RL Grimes’ over-the-top orchestral vitality and What So Not’s ethereal, trend-setting melodic aptitude.

19 I Can’t Cease – Flux Pavilion

Producers actually couldn’t (and nonetheless can’t) cease taking part in this larger-than-life observe out. The proverbial dubstep onslaught grew to become a quintessential dwell set nearer quickly after its launch.

20 Marijuana – Chrome Sparks

“Marijuana” not solely helped spark synth wizard Chrome Sparks’ profession, however topped the ever-present “chill-out beats” playlists close to and much.

21 Civilization – Justice

Picked up for multi-national advertisements with Adidas, “Civilization” is Justice at their finest, filled with funk, femme, and downright enjoyable.

22 Say My Identify – ODESZA feat. Zyra

An exemplar of ODESZA’s fluttery, technicolor sweetness, “Say My Name” helped pave the way in which for the ’10s’ chromatic chill-out area of interest.

23 Flip Down For What – DJ Snake

Quickly to turn into a ubiquitous catchphrase and altogether ethos of the mid-decade, “Turn Down For What” is likely one of the most voraciously used film rating, TV business, and remix sources within the historical past of dance music.

24 Spaceman – Hardwell

Huge room home most actually had its day within the solar this decade. “Spaceman” is hands-down the sound’s token epochal observe.

25 Harlem Shake – Baauer

A kind of songs of which the legacy precedes exegesis of the tune itself. The “Harlem Shake” isn’t a observe; it’s a phenomenon.

26 Tidal Wave – Subfocus & Alpines

The last decade’s proverbial melodic drum ‘n’ bass providing. Practically a full ten years later, “Tidal Wave” nonetheless washes over like a welcomed rush of endorphins.

27 Gecko (Overdrive) – Oliver Heldens & Becky Hill

A watershed waypoint within the “future” home foray this previous decade. A precocious younger Oliver Heldens proves the readability and ultra-modern precision of his imaginative and prescient with this one.

28 Impolite Boy – Zeds Lifeless feat. Omar LinX

A bass line has by no means crunched tougher than Zeds Lifeless’s “Rude Boy,” with lyrical hellfire as well on behalf of serial ZD collaborator, Omar LinX. Islandy and cruel , 2010’s “Rude Boy” splashed onto the last decade’s dubstep scene sending heads rolling.

29 Innerbloom – RÜFÜS DU SOL

Idealistic, implacably danceable, a tune for lovers to its core, to “Innerbloom” we surrendered. We’re all for tacky saccharine-sweet home tracks, however this simply isn’t one among them. Soften into the chromatic complexities of “Innerbloom”‘s swimming corridors of coloration.

30 Roses – The Chainsmokers feat. ROZES

An effervescent dance pop presentation like no different this decade, “Roses” was instrumental in taking The Chainsmokers from area of interest to nationally acknowledged.

31 Midnight Hour – Boys Noize & Skrillex

No, not a Canine Blood quantity. However “Midnight Hour” bangs with the identical flare and dexterous finger on the heart beat of the fashionable digital heartbeat. A notable cobblestone on the duo’s prolific partnership path.

32 Pop Tradition – Madeon

What would this record be with out dance music’s token mashup? An in a single day YouTube sensation “Pop Culture” shot Madeon into the stratosphere.

33 It Ain’t Me – Kygo feat. Selena Gomez

Kygo’s one-size-fits-all attraction is supremely evident within the sweeping success of the Selena Gomez-assisted “It Ain’t Me.” This observe noticed cross-continental top-five chartings from Australia, to Canada, to Belgium. The tropical home/dance-pop phenom continues to show why he’s sought out with practically unprecedented fervency from all-star vocalists.

34 Cheerleader – OMI (Felix Jaehn remix)

On the precipice of the tropical home explosion “Cheerleader” was a healthful, silver-tongued spoonful of dance music for the unenlightened. Infectious and saccharine as a candy tooth, Felix Jaehn gave “Cheerleader” the feel-good flip we may all get behind.

35 Extra Than You Know – Axwell Λ Ingrosso

Followers crawled and clawed for this one after tasting it at Coachella in 2015, ready one other two years for an official launch. “More Than You Know” are the Swedish boys at their finest, pure competition euphoria bottled in a tune.

36 Viol – Gesaffelstein

Nasty, writhing, deliciously unsettling, it should be Gesaffelstein. “Viol” is a slow-crawling, torrential techno endeavor that may ship the unprepared spiraling into the darkest corners of the digital continuum, in the event that they’re not cautious.

37 Nearer – The Chainsmokers

A driving pressure of the dance-pop hybrid’s pop cultural pervasion, “Closer” exerted a white knuckle grip on the charts, spending one 12 months within the US High 40 and 61 weeks in Billboard’s High 10.

38 The place Are Ü Now – Jack Ü

Outlined by its inescapability, “Where Are Ü Now” secured triple platinum standing along with Grammy Awards and AMAs for each Skrillex and Diplo, whereas concurrently ushering Justin Bieber again into the sonic highlight.

39 Flip Up The Audio system – Afrojack and Martin Garrix

On “Turn Up The Speakers,” Afrojack and Martin Garrix collaboratively revive the center pumping, adrenaline spiking glory of digital competition units, to take attendees and the style alike again to its buzzing roots. To say that the 2014 reduce has aged properly can be an understatement; “Turn Up The Speakers” stays a distinguished inclusion of digital circuit units.

40 One (Your Identify) – Swedish Home Mafia feat. Pharrell Williams

Axwell, Ingrosso, and Angello made their auspicious debut below moniker Swedish Home Mafia in 2010 with single “One.” Their entrance into the digital music scene with “One” was a pressure that may set the tone for the group’s profession. “One,” additionally written by Pharrell Williams, was one of many music business heavyweights’ first forrays into digital music writing and co-production. “One” is a observe that has turn into a pillar of Swedish Home Mafia’s discography and remains to be carried out to today due to the timelessness of the upbeat manufacturing parts. The only gained Greatest Electro/Tech Home Observe and Greatest Progressive Observe on the Worldwide Dance Music Awards in 2011.

41 Get Fortunate – Daft Punk ft. Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers

Daft Punk mainly introduced again disco with this single. Enlisting an all-out all-star collaborative group behind the discharge, Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, “Get Lucky,” half a billion streams later, did simply that.

42 Ranges – Avicii

If there’s one tune that arguably kickstarted the commercialization and mainstream crossover of digital music, it’s “Levels” by Avicii. The larger-than-life progressive tune single-handedly took over each competition mainstage, radio station, changing into the backdrop to film scenes, sports activities networks and extra.

43 Animals – Martin Garrix

“Animals” was the primary international hit produced by the then 17-year-old prodigious producer, Martin Garrix. “Animals” is definitive due to the truth that it took over mainstages throughout worldwide, and vamped Garrix’s profession on a world degree. No mainstage set was full with out dropping this observe on the top of its success.

44 We Discovered Love – Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna

Calvin Harris led the way in which for main pop music collaborations with digital music artists when he enlisted Rihanna for “We Found Love.” Regardless of having solely launched digital leaning music, Calvin Harris was a gap act on the pop queen’s Loud Tour, and this crossover helped to cement the truth that digital music and pop music not solely may coexist, however that digital music may really attraction to the mainstream. “We Found Love” was the primary of many collaborations between Harris and Rihanna, together with “Where Have You Been” along with “This Is What You Came For.” Calvin Harris may credit score his lone Grammy award to “We Found Love,” which gained the Greatest Brief Type Music Video class through the 2012 Grammy Awards.

45 Shedding It – Fisher

Fisher reignited a world dependancy to a tune along with his launch “Losing It,” which additionally arguably put the producer on the map for the lengthy haul. Chris Lake co-produced the only, as if that isn’t insurance coverage sufficient for successful. However “Losing It” can also be impactful as a result of it helped to reignite the digital music group’s love of home music. Gimmicky, certain, however intoxicatingly enjoyable.

46 Lean On – DJ Snake and Main Lazer

DJ Snake and Main Lazer introduced Carribean sounds to the forefront of dance music after releasing “Lean On,” which went on to turn into a worldwide phenomenon. The only impressed many different artists to faucet into Carribean and reggae influences for feel-good summer season releases. The observe even grew to become one of many prime 10 most streamed movies on YouTube after it amassed two billion views on the platform in 2017.

47 Shelter – Madeon and Porter Robinson

Porter Robinson and Madeon teamed up in 2016 to supply “Shelter,” and the collaborative effort was really a noteworthy one. Their distinctive qualities mixed to yield a french electro and Japanese-inspired single that was fairly completely different from the vanguard of the time. “Shelter” has withstood the check of time as a fan-favorite of each its creators.

48 Don’t You Fear Baby – Swedish Home Mafia

One in every of Swedish Home Mafia’s most alluring ballads and well-known works is “Don’t You Worry Child.” It got here out at a pivotal level throughout Swedish Home Mafia’s ascension into progressive home royalty. The only cemented them as really influential for the style, and it stays one among their most streamed works thus far.

49 Latch – Disclosure feat. Sam Smith

Each Disclosure and Sam Smith reign as main artists of their respective genres, however every of their ascensions was aided by “Latch.” The fluid exposition of Smith’s vocal chops and Disclosure’s manufacturing landed on Disclosure’s debut album, Settle, launched in 2013.

50 This Is What It Feels Like – Armin van Buuren

Trance titan Armin van Buuren pioneered the underground subgenre, reaching notoriety for his trance anthems, however van Buuren’s breakthrough into extra mainstream dance music was aided by this aching quantity.

51 Really feel So Shut – Calvin Harris

The second single launched from Calvin Harris’ gilded third studio album, 2012’s 18 Months, “Feel So Close” noticed Harris transcend his disc-jockey skills to lend his vocals to this main reduce. The success of Harris’ extension, from producer to vocalist, was evidenced within the observe’s alluring catchiness, and in the end, its inescapability.

52 Runaway (U & I) – Galantis

“Runaway (U & I)” laid the sonic groundwork for Galantis’ penetration of the digital style, and pending the only’s launch, the manufacturing pair swiftly attracted and held the general public’s consideration as they went on to additional outline the type. Streamers bought a primary glimpse of Galantis’ dance aesthetic on “Runaway (U & I),” and within the time since, Galantis have animatedly labored to sharpen it.

53 Candy Recollections – Kaskade & CID

The speeding, mid-tempo bliss of Kaskade’s “Sweet Memories” is almost unparalleled in its capability to please all within the crowd on the afters. The energetic quantity eases streamers from the weekend adrenaline spike to the gossamer glide again right down to repose with a muted brilliance that solely Kaskade may impact.

54 Language – Porter Robinson

The seminal Porter observe “Language” marked a pivotal level in not solely the producer’s evolution as an artist, but additionally the dance scene’s welcoming of melodically-inspired electro home— Peaking at #1 on the UK Indie charts and #7 on the US Billboard Dance Airplay charts, “Language” cemented Porter as a family identify and served as a precursor for his artistic route in Worlds.

55 Readability – Zedd feat. Foxes

To today, “Clarity” stands irrevocably as a Zedd masterpiece that has held its personal amongst the exponential development of the dance scene. Smashing the charts, the Triple-platinum file was Zedd’s first Grammy and broke by means of to mainstream airplay—introducing the producer’s pop-influenced electro home and marking one other wave of dance music domination.

56 Opus – Eric Prydz

The ultimate providing from Eric Prydz’s debut artist album Opus, titular observe “Opus” and its deliberate 9-minute intricacies have maybe seen itself as some of the grandiose and gratuitous unfoldings of progressive home within the sense of each a standalone observe and its context because the capstone of an idea album. Melding cerebral textures and masterful layers, “Opus”‘s climactic progression is an ode to the Swedish producer’s legendary craft and continues to be a pillar of his EPIC units.

57 You & Me – Disclosure (Flume remix)

The long-lasting Flume remix of Disclosure’s “You & Me” shot the Aussie producer’s pioneering future bass sound into the hallmark of fame and opened the gateway for the subgenre’s subsequent popularization. Enveloped by euphoric strings and brimming oscillations, the remix’s momentous drop has been celebrated time and time once more.

58 Gold – Journey Membership Feat. Yuna

The second assembly of Journey Membership and vocalist Yuna introduced in regards to the Canadian dubstep duo’s iconic Calling All Heroes observe, “Gold”. Arriving within the midst of the golden period of melodic dubstep, “Gold” exemplified Journey Membership’s command of emotive dance music and feminine vocals in its prime.

59 Calling (Lose My Thoughts) – Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso

Undeniably some of the common EDM tracks of all time, “Calling (Lose My Mind)” joins the forces of powerhouse Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso with OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder within the end result of euphoric-inducing progressive home. With songwriting assist from Matthew Koma, the chart-topping observe, its immediately recognizable prime line and sing-along traits have established the collaboration as a timeless competition anthem.

60 It’s Unusual – Louis the Baby Feat. Okay.Flay

Upon the discharge of their Okay.Flay observe, “It’s Strange”, it wouldn’t take lengthy earlier than then-newcomers Louis the Baby broke onto the digital scene. Whereas the age of future bass had dawned, the Chicago outfit innovated on the favored sub-genre—developing subaqueous-like synths over Okay.Flay’s spoken rap fusion to ship a tastefully eccentric concoction of future bass, pop and entice.

61 Room for Happiness – Kaskade Feat. Skylar Gray

Hailing from Kaskade’s iconic 2011 album Hearth & Ice, “Room for Happiness” lives amongst a number of different companion singles together with “Eyes”, “Turn It Down”, and “Lick It”, as a nuanced showcase of Kaskade’s discography. The observe noticed the celebrity coalesce with pop singer Skylar Gray on a melancholically hopeful observe with home progressions equal components gut-wrenching and suited to the dance ground.

62 Candy Nothing – Calvin Harris Feat. Florence Welch

Topping the UK and Eire charts and nominated for a Grammy, “Sweet Nothing” made up of one among 9 prime ten singles from Calvin Harris’ 18 Months and marked his first UK No.1 from the album. A definite departure from his earlier stylings, “Sweet Nothing” concurrently rocketed Harris as an electro home aficionado with a penchant for radio attraction and showcased Florence Welch dynamism—its firing synths, club-driven BPM, and embrace of Welch’s highly effective vocals as the muse for a smash hit.

63 Bunnydance – Oliver Heldens

Ushering in his groove-tinged home productions, Oliver Heldens and his supply of “Bunnydance” put footwork first, beat-wise and fairly actually, on stage. Each quirky and channeling mass attraction, “Bunnydance” constructed the Heldens model in his dance antics throughout units and established him as a future home frontrunner.

64 HyperParadise – Hermitude (Flume remix)

Yet one more ode to Flume’s vary as a producer, his remix of Hermitude’s “HyperParadise” resides as his self-titled debut album’s embodiment of the Grammy-winning act’s investigation into journey hop-influenced future bass. Infused with heavy vocal chops and funkadelic rhythms, the 2012 remix timelessly depicts Flume’s inclination as an experimental innovator then, and now.

65 5 Hours – Deorro

Maybe Deorro’s most preeminent observe, “5 Hours” crushed the charts, receiving two gold certifications, and acquired widespread success throughout the business with appearances in a number of dance compilations throughout 2014. An electrifying hook encased by a four-on-the-floor construction, “5 Hours” breathes as an addictive observe on all events, from the dance ground to late night time drives.

66 Tremor – Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix

Good or unhealthy, the argument for “Tremor” as some of the iconic dance tracks of the final decade is troublesome to refute. Its 2014 launch introduced in regards to the commercialization of the subsequent technology’s massive room home and resonated with competition crowds worldwide—topped as one of many quintessential anthems amongst staples like “Seven Nation Army” and “Kernkraft 400”. Characterised by archetypal drops and crowd-pleasing vitality, “Tremor” paved for fulfillment for predominant stage sound, undeniably influencing the longer term route of each EDM and competition attraction.

67 Ten Toes Tall – Afrojack

Afrojack’s cross-genre hit “Ten Feet Tall” grew to become a world sensation upon its launch in 2014. With inspiriting chord progressions and rousing vocals from Wrabel, “Ten Feet Tall” and its emotional dance-pop linked with listeners by means of the observe’s uplifting foundations.

68 Acrylics – TNGHT (RL Grime Edit)

When two bass superforces collide, RL Grime’s “Acrylics” Edit occurs. Revamping the heavy obligation TNGHT single, RL Grime’s edit ups the ante on the unique gargantuan damaging soundscape—doubling the chaotic entice expression and championing an evil acidity unique to the bass legend’s realm.

69 Firestone – Kygo Feat. Conrad Sewell

The seminal Kygo observe “Firestone” established the Norwegian producer because the tropical home’s lead innovator whereas concurrently breaching worldwide territory with No. 1 positions in a number of international locations. In step with his main key stylings, “Firestone” distinguished itself from its dance counterparts of huge room and festival-oriented friends with its heartfelt vocals and tender aesthetics.

70 Sexual Therapeutic – Marvin Gaye (Kygo remix)

Previous his attention-garnering Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire” remix and subsequent breakthrough with “Firestone”, Kygo’s 2013 “Sexual Healing” remix stole the highlight with its infectious, sensual undertones and served because the platform for his continued execution of tranquil dance beats.

71 Fantasy – Alina Baraz & Galimatias

If sound have been a treatment, “Fantasy” can be the treatment. The then-20 12 months previous Alina Baraz joined with digital producer Galimatias in delivering a fantastically-sensual observe paying homage to the instructions of ambient digital music blooming in SoundCloud areas. Its dreamy fusion of lush sonics set the precedent for extra downtempo, synth-kissed acts to perforate the scene.

72 Lights – Ellie Goulding (Bassnectar Remix)

Bassnectar not often crosses over into the pop realm; nonetheless, the underground bass king made an exception for Ellie Goulding, and the end result was resounding radio success.

73 All is Honest in Love and Brostep – Skrillex

The Recess observe “All Is Fair in Love and Brostep” garnered consideration not simply for its impeccable dubstep sound design, but additionally for its uncanny resemblance to Zomboy’s “Terror Squad” — in the end, bringing a couple of speculative struggle relating to who-copied-who that ended with “love and brostep” by which Zomboy revealed “Terror Squad” was unwittingly impressed by Skrillex’s This A lot Energy DJ Instrument.

74 Boneless – Steve Aoki

2013 “Boneless” amassed widespread success throughout Europe and the broader dance scene as a membership banger—including to Steve Aoki’s portfolio of get together smashers and forecasting Chris Lake’s rise as one of many home music’s most coveted. Boasting a minimalist electro construction straightforward sufficient to combine into any dance set or easy sufficient to layer hip-hop verses over, “Boneless” and its signature beat have continued to be acknowledged during the last decade.

75 Want Your Coronary heart – Journey Membership Feat. Kai

Journey Membership’s “Need Your Heart” enlisted Kai for a forceful show of melodic dubstep that confirmed the duo’s intuitive craft for balancing heavy wobbles with euphoric vocals. Full with a tasteful build-up and scintillating bass, “Need Your Heart” sits comfortably in Journey Membership’s arsenal of potent, but suave dubstep tracks.

76 On a regular basis – Rusko (Netsky remix)

Probably the most sweeping drum ‘n’ bass/drumstep tracks to ever contact down within the states, Netsky’s “Everyday” remix is a fearless explosion of advert libs and manufacturing nuance evocative of Netsky’s manufacturing caliber.

77 Spectrum – Zedd

Within the span of an artist’s profession, there are few songs that subsist because the apex of their artistry. Alongside its sister single “Clarity”, “Spectrum” endures as one among ZEDD’s legendary productions. The Matthew Koma collaboration topped three charts together with Billboard’s US Dance Membership Songs and enforced Readability as a holistic physique of labor in itself. Tremendous-tuned with complexities of layers and emotional lyricism, “Spectrum” speaks to ZEDD’s capabilities as not simply an digital artist, however an artist constructed from conventional musical foundations.

78 Light – Alan Walker

Clocking in 2.6 billion views on Youtube and over 1 billion Spotify streams, “Faded” noticed large worldwide success upon its launch and charmed each dance and non-dance followers with its instrumental magnificence and model of anonymity.

79 Gold Mud – DJ Contemporary (Flux Pavilion remix)

Dubstep got here from the UK, and Flux Pavillion was identified to affect the likes of Skrillex along with his remix of DJ Contemporary’s “Gold Dust” and the likes.

80 Alive – Krewella

When the group was a trio with producer Kris “Rain Man” Trindl behind the beats, “Alive” charting at 32 on the US Billboard Sizzling 100. The tune was Krewella’s first and solely prime 40 hit on Billboard.

81 Cinema – Benny Benassi (Skrillex remix)

The onerous hitting remix was a seminal weapon in Skrillex’s liver efficiency arsenal for years, and gained a Grammy for Greatest Remixes Recording, Non-Classical.

82 Chicken Machine – DJ Snake and Alesia

On the precipice of EDM Lure, “Bird Machine,” was concurrently foolish and hyphy, and a competition pleaser as one of many first formally launched tracks from the mega-superstar, DJ Snake.

83 I May Be The One – Avicii & Nicky Romero

The primary Avicii producer collaboration that actually took off with its unforgettable melody.  Launched after “Levels,” the observe fast-tracked Avicii’s upward propulsion to stardom.

84 Bass Head – Bassnectar

Bassnectar followers are a few of the most, possibly THE most, devoted followers within the historical past of dance music. That is their theme tune.

85 I Can See It In Your Face – Fairly Lights

Fairly lights continued his upward, live-performance trajectory in the direction of the flip of the last decade, and “I Can See It In Your Face” was a mainstay within the electro-funk magnates units.

86 Mild – San Holo

“Light” is San Holo’s licensed gold, future bass providing that bolstered the experimental melody author to new heights.

87 Thief – Ookay

2016’s sing-a-long anthem was delivered to us by the lovable and jovial, Ookay, along with his sax-lead, future bass crossover, “Theif.”

88 Edge – REZZ

After Skrillex’s dubstep ran its course, a brand new form of bass music started to emerge within the low-end populous. REZZ surfaced from the mau5trap depths with the piercingly scintillating “Edge,” launching her to headline for the brand new period of bass heads.

89 Eyes – Kaskade Feat. Mindy Gledhill

Kaskade’s first Grammy nomination got here by the use of Hearth & Ice, for finest Dance/Digital Album in 2013. “Eyes” was the lead single off the venture and a closing tune for that epoc of the melodic home guru.

90 Larger Floor – TNGHT

As hip-hop crossed over to EDM for the digital entice wave, Lunice and Hudson Mowhawk’s “Higher Ground” was on the forefront, serving to the duo earn stellar manufacturing credit with Kanye West and the like.

91 By no means Be Like You – Flume Feat. Kai

Off Flume’s first Grammy profitable Pores and skin album, “Never Be Like You,” was the premire tune off the venture and acquired a Grammy nod for Greatest Dance Recording. To today, it’s Flume’s most streamed tune on Spotify.

92 Bangarang – Skrillex

Skrillex gained back-to-back Grammy awards for Greatest Dance Recording and Greatest Dance/Electronica Album in 2011 and 2012. The latter was from his Bangarang venture with the title observe profitable the distinguished award.

93 Fade Into Darkness – Avicii

The infectious piano melody encapsulated the melodic home wunderkids’ early capability, because the hit predecessor to his world famend “Levels.” “Fade Into Darkness” served as a momentum that catapulted Avicii to the highest of the business greats.

94 Wake Me Up – Avicii

Avicii’s ‘Wake Me Up’ that includes  Aloe Blacc has been named as the best charting dance observe of the last decade as a seminal closing or opening tune for Tim’s 2013 tour supporting his True album that crossed nation music into the digital music realm for an epic and emotional melody escapade. The observe is Avicii’s most streamed tune on Spotify, reaching near 1 billion streams all-time.

95 Summertime Disappointment – Lana Del Rey (Cedric Gervais Remix)

An oxymoronic summer season anthem flipped one among Lana Del Rey’s quantity six Billboard topper for a 2014 Grammy Award winner for Greatest Remixed Recording, Non-Classical.

96 Unique Don – Main Lazer

The dancehall trio partnered with The Partysquad for a competition staple of their 2012 and past units. Notable remixes from Flosstradamus made it to Main Lazer’s important record on Spotify in 2018.

97 Techno – Destructo

Gary Richards (Destructo) took Eminem’s notorious Moby diss from “Without Me” (“Nobody listens to techno!”) and set the file straight.

98 I Need U – Alison Wonderland

The bubbling Alison Wonderland at her finest. “I Want U” is the bouncy, frolicsome entice that had us hooked from that first time we watched her crawl up on the decks.

99 Our bodies – Drowning Pool (Drezo remix)

Drezo has a penchant for frequenting the smoky and seemingly uninhabitable corners of the dance music continuum. His “Bodies” remix quickly grew to become a soul-sucking insertion in lots of of artists’ units throughout the globe, from competition entrance gates to covert membership flooring.

100 OKAY – Shiba San

If anybody could make tech-house digestible for the uninitiated, it’s Dirtybird dynamo Shiba San. “OKAY”‘s genius is in its sensational simplicity. The four-on-the-floor guru has been stripping crowds of all will energy and sensibility with this one since its 2014 launch.

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