Rager Onions Presents: The Top 10 EDM Songs of 2013

After compiling over 100 of the best songs from 2013, the staff at Rager Onions put their super-powers (our brains) together and narrowed it down to ten. Ten s0ngs that not only caught our ears, but blew our minds.

Without further adieu, the Top 10 EDM Songs of 2013. 

10. Protohype chilled out a little with this track, and the result was a masterpiece. With one of the most motivational songs of 2013, “Fly” is a tasty dubstep anthem for any music palette. Seriously, even your grandma might like it.

9. The dark horse, Andy Duguid, takes trance to a whole new level with “7Even”. Like all great songs, this one gets better with every listen. One might even call it ‘orgasmic’.

8. The French sensation has done it again. Madeon may not be old enough to drink alcohol in the U.S. yet, but he did produce one of the top-10 EDM songs of 2013. Kids these days.

7. Disclosure and Flume in the same sentence? You know it’s going to be nothing but gold.

6. Coming from one of this years top LP’s, Sub Focus also found his way onto the top-10 with this up-beat, D&B melody. Whether you’re having problems at work, problems with a girl, or problems doing laundry on a consistent basis – this song will surely put you on the right path. 

5. Dillon Francis did a lot in 2013. But nothing was more impressive than his first love song, “Without You”. According to Dillon’s Soundcloud, “This song is very meaningful to me because as TEED and I were working on the song I was having relationship problems of my own. He ended up writing the song about the whole situation i was going through..”

4. Just nasty. Trap isn’t dead yet, you guys. You heard it hear first: What So Not is the future of trap.

3. Audien exploded in 2013, and we’ll expect nothing less in 2014.

2. Our #1 EP of 2013 belonged to KOAN Sound & Asa’s Sanctuary. “Starlite” took the EDM world by storm, and for good reason.

1. The song that was at the top halfway through the year, stays at the top. Funky, passionate, and perfect for love making – this collaboration from two of EDM’s brightest minds will go down in the record books. Because “Easy” was the best EDM song of 2013.

Honorable Mentions:

The best remix of 2013 belongs to Kat Krazy.

We just can’t say enough about Sound Remedy. So we won’t.

This song got bumped from the top-10, but The M Machine deserves a lot of love for this “Tiny Anthem”.

You’re going to hear this song on the radio a lot over the next few months, but make no mistake about it – it was one of the best EDM songs produced this past year.

We’re all hippies at heart.

Transcendental Grime | EH!DE Knows Best

Seriously ladies and gentlemen, if you’re partial to dubstep, drumstep or even just bass music in general, look no further. We tend to harp sometimes over here at Rager Onions, but always with the best of intentions. EH!DE is the man, and the electronic dance music world NEEDS to recognize this.

We are most assuredly passionate about exposing underground and upcoming producers. This Spain-based bass fanatic tops our “Artists That Need To Blow Up” list. Yeah, we got lists for everything. Even a naughty list. Don’t worry, you’re not on it.

OR ARE YOU?!?!?!

On a lighter note, we’ve got a whole slew of fresh EH!DE bangers for you to enjoy. And please, please, for the love of all that is holy, give this man a “like” on his Facebook. Or even follow him on SoundCloud to catch all the latest and greatest from this superb bass music production whiz.

To EH!DE be the glory!

The Unsigned Goldmine: EH!DE [Remix Mastery]

In our opinion, EH!DE exists as one of the most talented and disturbingly undiscovered prodigies to grace the dubstep scene this year. This Spanish production whiz continually comes out with remixes of the most popular songs in EDM, while still managing to somehow make each song fresh, inventive and just plain awesome. This leaves us wondering; why has no major label taken notice of this?

A few days ago, EH!DE bestowed two new tracks upon our beloved Onionites. Again, the original tracks he chose to work with are absolutely colossal tracks on their own – Black Magic by Kill The Noise and Fly by Protohype (this one truly peaked our interest). If you enjoyed these jams, we highly encourage you to give this Seville-based producer a chance with some of his other pieces.

Don’t believe us? PROOF!

Lend us your ears to a pair of buds (the ear kind) and open your mind to some of this complex, chaotic and melodic dub.