We Rounded Up All the EDC Sets We Could Find
October saw the return of EDC to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway after a very long 17 month hiatus. As if that wasn’t enough reason to celebrate, this year marked the 25th Anniversary of the festival’s inception and ya’ll, everyone brought it BIG.
More than 220 top dance artists descended onto Sin City, bringing their biggest tunes and hottest IDs to prove that EDC is back and better than ever. If you’re like me and weren’t able to join in on the festivities, don’t worry, we got you covered with links to some of the hottest sets EDC had to offer.
Kaskade filled his set with melodic tunes with that Kaskade twist. He danced the fine line between techno and house so beautifully. It’s no wonder his set is already available for download on Youtube.
But the man himself has promised to release a high-quality remastered version that allows the masses to truly feel the music as he intended. I tweeted him tonight asking how his mastering was going and he quickly replied that it’s ready, he just needs to find time to upload it. So once he does, we’ll link you to it.
Tiesto returns to EDC’s comeback festival for his 10th year of rocking the decks. This year, he took partygoers on a trip down memory lane, throwing down classics like Showtek and Justine Prime’s "Cannonball" and Avicii's "Levels" throughout his set.
The Pendulum Trinity, the new name for Pendulum's DJ concept, came through with an energetic, bass-laden set filled with the perfect mix of unreleased tracks and their signature classics.
By now you must’ve heard about Diplo bringing out Lil Nas X during his set to help close out Saturday night, but if you didn’t get to see it, now’s your chance!
Alesso showcased some new progressive house throughout his set while also showing love to Swedish House Mafia by dropping “It Gets Better.” And who could forget that Squid Game reference?
Seven Lions was up next, debuting a new collaboration with REZZ while still keeping things nostalgic for his EDC set. And count your lucky stars that someone got his whole set recorded as rumor has it the stream was down for some time the night of.
Martin Garrix is all about the vibes during his EDC set. He premiered a song from his alias AREA21, in addition to all the new music he debuted. Weaved throughout you’ll still hear some his more familiar beats.
NGHTMRE is all about the bass and ethereal vocals during his set. He brings the grimiest, glitchiest tracks he could find, perfect for melting your face.
The masked man known as Claptone hit the Circuit Grounds stage for a set full of house beats, creating magic on the dancefloor as he does so well.
Kygo continues to cultivate his love of vocal ballads and tropical house and his set at EDC showcased that love.
Duke Dumont, known as the producer’s producer, played a set full of deep house, vocals, and soaring emotion.
Liquid Stranger continues to create sets that are much like his name: experimental, psychedelic, and all tied together by bass.
ATLiens, the masked alien duo, kept their set very glitched out and full of bass-heavy dubstep.
12th Planet decided to take it back, way back for a set full of OG dub tracks with which he (and you, probably) grew up.
Grammy-nominated Cosmic Gate came through EDC with that uplifting trance magic we all know and love.
Delta Heavy b2b Loadstar
Delta Heavy went b2b with Loadstar, dropping jungle and drum and bass tunes that’ll keep you dancing for hours.
Audien returns to Vegas to bring melodic trance and emotion back to the dancefloor.
Ok, so I had to include DJ Diesel, aka Shaq, in this list. Better known for playing basketball, Shaq entered the DJ game and is even a Vegas resident DJ, so of course, he’s playing EDC. The energy he brings with each dubstep track he drops shows just how happy he is to be there and how much fun he’s having doing it.