The ten best EDM songs of 2012
6. Nicky Romero's "Toulouse"
Occasionally, the most popular tracks aren't always based on crowd acceptance. Nicky Romero's "Toulouse" exemplifies that notion. With deep synths, Romero takes listeners along with a keyboard-heavy beat, both subtle and lacking in chord variation, before focusing on the pitch of the keys and the song's epic drops.
5. Kill Paris' "I'm Free"
Kill Paris seems to be unstoppable in 2012, and the same will apply in 2013 if the producer continues on the path that led him to "I'm Free." The glitchy track features broken vocal samples, breaks that could easily have sixteen bars laid over them and a flowing beat that you never want to end.
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