Hello, Chicago.

Welcome to Rager Onions – the rebellious younger brother of Major Onions. Electronic dance music is soaring. New artists pop up daily. Single tracks branch into 5-6 genres. Fans head to shows for the music, and stay for the party. New sounds and rips are expanding the territory for electronic collaboration. This is badass music – but we’ll let it speak for itself.

Whether dropping a bad mood or getting into a better one – EDM is therapeutic. It’s the cure-all for cloudy skies and irrational  bosses. It’s the end-all for summer nights and brighter lights. Funky, Happy, or Heavy – we’ll tickle your fancy. 

Follow us on Twitter. Like us on Facebook. You get more (free) EDM if you do. In the sampler below, we hand-picked three songs for each category. 

Happy Monday everybody. Hopefully it just got a lot better. 

– Rager Onions 

On that Moombahton kick? Stuck on trap? You’ll dig our Funky.

Joris Voorn plays his own style of house, resembling Detroit Techno.

Doing things your own way. That’s how Slovenia’s finest DJ found success in the music industry. Gramatik’s philosophy: “Freeing music by making music free”.

What do you get when you combine the latest signee of OWSLA Records, the co-founder of Moombahton, and one of the quickest rising stars in EDM? Binaural bliss.

Head in the clouds? Hands in the air? Here’s our Happy.

The name Madeon is synonymous with wunderkind. “Alphabeat” was one of the first signs of a prodigy in the making.

Since going on tour and opening for Avicii, the Swedish duo known as Cazzette has exploded onto the scene. They just released their new EP Eject via Spotify, marking the first ever debut exclusively on the steaming site.

A remix of “Wonderwall” by  legendary DJ and producer Eric Prydz? Enough said.

Bass-addict? Womp-womp? We like it Heavy, too.

Become familiar with the Kill the Noise and Feed Me. Their unique style of combining heavy bass, hard hitting house and the darkness of dubstep has defined a new breed of EDM.

Nick Thayer describes himself as “the musical equivalent of putting seven glowsticks in a blender”.

Slowly but surely, Krewella is getting the respect they deserve. The Chicago trio have spread like wildfire, and their EP Play Hard  has been wrecking dance floors for the past year. Look for the remixed album titled Play Harder to be released early next week.

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