There aren't many acronyms as controversial as EDM. Across the smoking battlefields of YouTube comment sections, death of EDM , we felt it necessary to remind people that the genre isn't just alive and well—it's fascinating, critically underappreciated, and part of the very foundation of contemporary pop's DNA. But what is it? That's the difficulty of constructing a list of the best EDM songs of all time—anywhere you draw the boundaries is sure to conflict with someone's hard-fought cultural territory. But in truth, although "EDM" has been an incredibly useful marketing term, it has never been a concrete musical identity. It's more like a gear shift—a fusion of sentimentality and sonic torque that's transformed electronic music from a niche genre to a global phenomenon.
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There are certain songs so deeply engrained in the EDM vernacular that when they're played out in a live setting instinct takes over. Here are our highlights of songs that inevitably have crowds singing their every lyric word for word at festivals and shows around the world. While the lyrics and songwriting by Foxes make "Clarity" singalong worthy, crowds seem to have equal enjoyment in chiming in with the background vocals on the build and drop of this track. We have never seen more teary eyes in a crowd than when this song comes on. If you think everyone in your festival group is beyond engaging in an emotional singalong to this one, you're in for a surprise. This song is in a category of its own. We honestly can't think of another track that has been played out as many times for such a prolonged period of time, while still capturing consistently strong responses from crowds worldwide.
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