The Best EDM Songs Of 2017

The year 2017 had turned out to be a turning table for many dance music artists, and there has been a huge upsurge of high-quality music which you can listen. Artists like Kygo, Odesza, Ingrosso, Axwell are some of the artists who gained the maximum attention, and the following is a list of the best EDM songs of the year 2017.

Skrillex Feat. Poo Bear – ‘Would You Ever’

Would you ever was produced by Skrillex and it features vocals from Poo Bear, and it was the first single as a lead vocalist for the band. The song was quite popular even though it was their first single and it was released through OWSLA and Atlantic Records. The song peaked the charts in Belgium, New Zealand, and United States.

Something Just like This:

Chainsmokers have been capturing the hearts of many people, and when they decided to collaborate with Coldplay, people started to lose it. The song “something like this” was released on Feb 22, 2017, by Disruptor label and The Chainsmokers and DJ Swivel produced it.


Stay was produced by Zedd who is a Russian-German electronic music producer. The song was sung by Alessia Cara who is a Canadian singer, and this song was released on 23rd February 2017. The song peaked the charts of the Billboard.


Scared to Be Lonely:

The song Scared to Be Lonely was released on 27th January 2017. It was produced by the famous Martin Garrix and sung by Dua Lipa who is a British artist. The song was premiered at the AVA festival in Myanmar during the New Years Eve. The artist says that the song as a deep meaning and it provides a euphoric feeling.

Know No Better:

Know No Better is a song by the famous American band Major Lazer featuring Travis Scott, Quavo and the Cuban American singer, Camila Cabello. The song was released on June 1, 2017, and it hit the charts in many countries.

No Promises (Cheat Codes song):

Cheat codes recorded no Promises, and it features Demi Lavoto and Trevor Dhal. The song was released on 31st March 2017. The song hit the charts in many countries including Poland, Malaysia, Latvia, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom etc.


The popular Scottish DJ Calvin Harris produced the song Heatstroke, and it features Young Thug, Pharell Williams and Ariana Grande. The song was released on the 31st of March, 2017 and it was quite popular in many countries.


The most loved and famous Sia wrote this song along with Chris Braide. The song was an original motion picture soundtrack in the movie Fifty Shades Darker. The song became very popular in many countries even without being released an official single.

Without You:

Avicii, who is another popular Swedish DJ produced this song and released it on 11th August 2017.


Doplar is an evolving art form, Sensebox our living playground, where each area of the will be designated towards a certain sense. There will be over 20 participants ranging from musicians, visual artists, experience alchemists, taking part.

Doplar was founded by Reuben Dowdy, and Voices of Black. Sensebox, is moved in motion by founder and friends of Sindy Varela, bringing these talented artists under one space.

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If you are like me, you day dream about Berlin. If you are in California, like I am, that becomes a bit of a problem. Since the world seems to have agreed that doubling the price of a plane ticket to Europe is fair game, crossing the Atlantic becomes all that much harder. Fortunately, there are still aides that will take you part of the way without draining your bank account.

I feel in love with this track long ago, and I still have no problems associating that sound with the slightly sketchy events happening along the banks of the Spree. Now, Niconé and Philip Bader – two thirds of the trio collaborating on the aforementioned track – are back with the Mama Simba, which is just as quirky and groovy as you might expect.

The title track pumps away with a simple groove front and center, but Lonely on the flip (if the notion of flipping an mp3 appeals to you), has more layers to it. Here, the vocals are actually legible, albeit not exactly easy to interpret, except for the guy’s strong desire to “get lonely.” Worry not; there’s still a dead-simple bass line and some rambling keys to set things everything but straight.


Jordi Colomer is a Spanish architect and artist who started his formation at the EINA, Art and Design School in Barcelona where he studied History of Art and Architecture. He was interested in architectural planning in Urbanism. That’s why his performance lies in the public space, making video which comport sculpture, scenography and architecture.

Then he made some videos across Brazil, France, Romania, Japan, Yemen and Mexico showing unprofessional actors filmed in architectural spaces wide or desert.

He also made an interesting work about the anarchism in city centers named ANARCHITEKTON. Colomer tries to make a good critic of our city centers in a simple way: making models and running away bringing them in front of the building or the space.

Visit his website and follow him! You can see him in the ARCHILAB Center in Orleans.


Mike Dehnert has this magnificent ability of giving the best of his German culture. After releasing EPs and giving away plenty of remixes, Framework comes up and unifies a clear coherent techno from the beginning till the end. Infix will take you down (to the party) and free from work, before we go deeper inside the dark and masculine side of Framework Quatro Klartext and Teilfolge. Inversion kills it all with these bells and reaches the peak of the album. Palindrom will take you up and down like the russian mountains with it being 11 minutes long. Whilst Deep Detroit’s voice narrates the end of the world… oh god this album is too good.