EDM Year In Review: Our 20 Favorite Electronic Tracks of 2014

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20 of our favorite electronic tracks from 2014

This past year has been absolutely incredible.

We danced until the sun came up, had our faces blasted off by lights, stages, and sound systems across the country, and made friends far and wide.

The common variable throughout all of this has been the music. While it is difficult to narrow it down, these 20 electronic tracks have narrated some awesome moments for us.

As we reflect back on the year, we take a look at our 20 favorite electronic tracks of 2014.

1. Bassnectar ft. W Darling – You & Me

2. Cash Cash – Take Me Home (The Chainsmokers Remix)

3. Israel Kamakawiwo’ole – Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Thomas Jack Remix)

4. Christina Perri – Burning Gold (Autograf Remix)

5. Flux Pavilion – Freeway (Kill Paris Remix)

6. Tritonal & Paris Blohm ft. Sterling Fox – Colors

7. The Polish Ambassador ft. SaQi – Gathering of the Tribes

8. Walt Grizzly – Cheshire

9. Elephante ft. Lyon Hart – Shake The Earth

10. Adventure Club – Gold (Minnesota Remix)

11. BANKS – Beggin For Thread (Gryffin & Hotel Garuda Remix)

12. Andrew Rayel ft. Jonathan Mendelsohn – One In A Million

13. Lettuce ft. Jessica Breanne – Slippin into Darkness (GRiZ remix)

14. Flow-Fi with aywy. & EphRem – Adderall

15. AudioPush ft. T.I. – Theme Song

16. Headphone Activist – North End Nightlife

17. John Mayer – Free Fallin’ (Matoma & Nelsaan Remix)

18. Andreas Moe – Ocean (LCAW Remix)

19. Coldplay – Call It Magic (Mashup Germany Remix)

20. Sander Van Doorn & Firebeatz – Guitar Track (Sam Feldt Remix)

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What were your favorite tracks of 2014?

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One Response to "EDM Year In Review: Our 20 Favorite Electronic Tracks of 2014"
  1. Who would have thought that so many awful “songs” could be made using the same sample pack. EDM lol.