Missed this year's EDC? Yeah, us too.
Don't fret. There's this invention called the Internet, and they've recorded some of the best sets at EDC for us to listen to and pretend like we were there!
Take a listen to some of the best-recorded sets from this year's EDC:
Diplo actually wore a shirt while DJing at this year’s EDC. He played a genre-bending set that included dubstep, trap, Drake, and even Beyoncé tracks.
Marc Kinchen (MK)
Deep house remix master MK shook the main stage during his set at EDC. MK killed it with upbeat, melodic songs, laying down unreleased remixes like his take on Busta Rhymes’ “Dangerous.”
What So Not
New trap lords Flume and Emoh Instead kicked off their set with a metal remix of RL Grime’s “Tell Me.” They weaved through hard-hitting favorites from Rustie and TNGHT, and ended with their infamous “Jaguar Trap.”
Calyx & TeeBee
As always, the U.K. drum and bass duo delivered a seamless set filled with heavy bangers to bop up and down to.
Electro don Mat Zo regularly mixes for his own show on SiriusXM, but he stepped it up for EDC. Mat Zo played crowd favorites like La Roux’s “In For The Kill” and the hilarious Botnek remix of The Chainsmokers' “#SELFIE.”
Oliver Goldstein and Vaughn Oliver of the LA duo Oliver dropped a high-energy, disco-infused performance. It’s almost impossible not to dance along to their set.