This Week's Best EDM, Featuring Diplo, A-Trak, and Porter Robinson

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Graduation season, and the real dance music bangers are coming out to play. This week, we had a bunch of heavy hitters dropping fresh material, and some surprising looks from producers that you need to make sure you’re getting familiar with. It’s only going to get better.

Porter Robinson – “Sad Machine”

Porter Robinson’s occupying an intriguing space right now. Somewhere in the realm of EDM, Porter emerged with indie sensibilities and a flair for nostalgia. His album worlds is going to surprise people.


Dawn Golden – “All I Want (Diplo Remix)”

Diplo brings the trap horns but turns down, giving Dawn Golden’s “All I Want” some sensual vibes.


A-Trak and Milo & Otis ft. Rich Kidz – “Out The Speakers”

While on the flipside, A-Trak’s forthcoming single with Milo & Otis comes with a “burp drop.” Full-on turn up material.


T.Williams – “Shake That”

Funky acid jam for your weekend.


MK ft. Alana – “Always (Area10 MK Remix)”

Or if you wanted some piano-driven house, take a look at what happens when MK revisits a classic.


Sleigh Bells – “Young Legends (Teklife Remix)”

Word is the late, great DJ Rashad had worked on this. Proper lowkey footwork hype.


Nero – “Satisfy”

Nero gets their Kavinsky-esque sinistar sounds on. New single, with a new album on the way…



This is what the inside of your old desktop sounds like when you’re gone and it’s computer party time.


Hudson Mohawke – “100HM”

Grand Theft Auto V beats come to life.


G-Side – “Statue (Madeaux Remix)”

Yes, this remix is complete. Madeaux doesn’t need seven minutes to blow your mind.


Nadus – Broke City teaser

Pelican Fly has shown the word how future the Jersey club scene can go, courtesy of Nadus’ forthcoming Broke City EP. Roll credits and sit in awe.