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Best Tracks Of The Year Arma, “Favela” [Artifice] DJ Tuco & Allmostt, “The One” [Top Billin] Hodge & Randomer, “If I Could Stop” [Clone Basement Series] Gibson Brothers, “Ooh What A Life (Gerd Janson & Shan Edit)” [Running Back] Jensen Interceptor, “Not Phased” [Central Processing Unit] The Juan Maclean “Can You Ever Really Know Somebody (LA-4A Remix)” [DFA] Mark Broom, “LX” [ePM Music] SCB, “Acid Bath” [Hotflush] Sly One, “Drum

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Best Remix Sam Smith, “Too Good at Goodbyes (Galantis Remix)” This year had a lot of super high-highs and super low-lows. For every great moment that happened, another chapter in life always seemed to be coming to a close and this song played in my head at every one of those moments. Sam Smith’s voice is electrifying and Galantis had one of their best years to date in 2017 with

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Best LP/EP Washed Out, Mister Mellow He may be overstated as the man behind the chillwave theme music for Portlandia, but Ernest Weatherly Greene Jr. balances conventional dance with electronic ambience perfectly in his third full-length outing. What makes Washed Out’s Mister Mellow stand out from other releases this year is simply the ease of picking up and listening to this record. Clocking in at just under 30 minutes, it’s an

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Jim Morrison predicted the rise of electronic music in 1969 when stating that “there’s somebody out there, working in a basement, just inventing a whole new musical form.” This prediction paralleled the rise of BBC’s “Radiophonic Workshop” and popularity of the Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” Today, electronic music may be causing another major shift in music technology with mobile applications, 3D imaging, and augmented reality. This article

Odesza occupies a distinct position within popular dance culture today. Their recognizable brand of spacey, up-tempo dance music fits naturally in the realm of pristinely produced recorded music, and their most recent release A Moment Apart was considered a continuation of members Harrison Mills and Clayton Knights’ success in that regard, earning Grammy nominations for both Best Dance Recording and Best Dance Album. Despite the group’s notable concert success in