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Top 10 The Greatest Electronic Songs of All Time

By Thao Pham Apr 3, 2024

1 Stroke – deadmau5

As far as progressive house music goes, this is the pinnacle. The introduction is leisurely and calming, lasting exactly as long as it would take you to settle into its rhythm. One of the most magnificent bass drops ever made, it puts you into a sublime overload that lasts for about three minutes before gently fading off.

Complete absence of rivals. Absolute masterwork, the pinnacle of progressive house music. Stunningly slows down at the beginning before building to the biggest drop in dance music at about the 6-minute mark. An absolute masterwork.

2 Stages – Avicii

Ideally, this would be at the top. Even non-geek audiences will find this masterwork irresistible due to its high quality and memorable melody. Unfortunately, it failed to crack the top ten on the Australian music charts.

Just because this song was groundbreaking and played a significant role in popularizing the genre doesn’t mean it’s wonderful.
I don’t hate it per se, but I think it’s overrated.

Big Room House music got its start with this tune. Frankly, I’ve never heard anything similar to this music before. Stunning synths, amazing sound design, and melodic brilliance. The EDM scene was ignited by it.

3 Daft Punk’s “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”

This song is probably well-known to every single person on Earth. Even without Kanye West’s use, it’s a classic that has been played at innumerable athletic events and remixed multiple times. Despite its label as French house/pop, Daft Punk’s “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” was a game-changer for electronic dance music thanks to its infectious bass line, synths, drum rhythm, and voice.

An energetic and consistently satisfying song. This song is perfect for cranking up the volume on a Saturday afternoon with a pair of high-quality headphones and enjoying the digitized voices and fantastic-sounding beat. Like many of Daft Punk’s songs, it brings to mind a moment from Interstella 5555.

4 “Animals” by Martin Garrix

This became my favorite electronic tune the moment I heard it. Definitely belongs among the best of all time. Exciting; play this when you want to learn a new dancing step. That song is just fantastic; I can’t stop thinking about it.

Surprisingly unique compared to other electronic music. We have never seen anything like this before!

I first became interested in electronic music because of this song.

5 All Over the World by Daft Punk

This song has a catchy and infectious rhythm, and it comes with a music video that is just as timeless. Over time, you’ll come to appreciate its understated effectiveness.

What a timeless piece! During the ’90s, this song was everywhere. It remains a beloved Daft Punk song of mine. It ought to be further on the list.

The correct title for this song would be “Listen to me FOREVER and never get tired.”

6 Spectrum

To me, this tune is reminiscent of Mozart’s finest work. It’s faultless in every way. The attention to detail is impeccable. Matthew Koma’s vocals harmonize flawlessly with the Zedd instrumental, and the chords are breathtaking. In this tune, you’ll hear not one but two kicks. One has a tighter bassline, while the other is broader. To make the voice sections more impactful, the first one is utilized in the main drops. Use the second one immediately following the first drop for Zedd’s most virtuoso performance. A master of vibrato, he is. In my opinion, Zedd is now the most technically proficient producer working in the electronic dance music (EDM) industry, and this song exemplifies his unique sound. Such virtuosity. That is really exquisite. Accordingly, Zedd.

7 Avicii – Fade Into Darkness

This song is incredible, and Avicii is one of the newer names in electronic music. Levels is so overrated and just not up to par with this one that I was hesitant to pick it. This breathtaking work of art is the result of the seamless integration of the piano melody, rhythm, and voices.

Great music with wonderful vocals. It is deserving of a higher position on the list.

It takes a beautiful piano melody, outstanding vocals, plus a simple, catchy beat and hook to make the best electronic music ever.

8 Ghosts N Stuff composed by deadmau5

This song is fantastic; it’s energetic and fun. The addition of Rob Swire’s vocals elevates the already great Original Mix to new heights. My only request is that the lyric version be lengthened. Superb tune, I really suggest it.

Believe it or not, I still haven’t grown bored of this song after four years of nonstop listening. This song has become famous. The human spirit can only benefit from this music.

This song is wonderful. I usually just listen to it really loudly or completely silently. The song’s lyrics are top-notch as well.

9 Horrifying Creatures and Cute Sprites

This has to be in the top ten, seriously. It is truly a work of art. No ordinary hit like Fireflies or Levels; this is a true masterpiece on par with Strobe and Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger. This is the one dubstep song you should listen to if you only listen to one.

There is no other music that comes close to this one. Clearly superior than every other song and deserving of the number one position!

Just listening to my favorite song helps me push through tough times. Listening to it and moving to the beat is all it takes.

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