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A huge selection of the biggest songs from artists appearing at this year's Electric Daisy Carnival. Featuring 99 Souls, Martin Solveig, Martin Garrix and more.
Electric Daisy Carnival is back for 2016 with an exciting line-up of the biggest names in house, trance, dance and drum 'n' bass.
We've put together the ultimate collection of songs from this year's acts including Martin Solveig, Duke Dumont, 99 Souls and more.
Press play on the biggest hits below:
99 Souls flipped a classic sample from Destiny's Child & Brandy and Monica into one of the biggest dance hits of 2015!
Avicci linked up with Zac Brown Band for an uplifting dance banger.
The Swedish duo's second ever single has one of the biggest EDM riffs ever!
Oliver Helden's high-energy collaboration with Becky Hill really does send us into overdrive!
The drop on Eric Prydz's 2014 hit 'Generate' is huge.
Robin Schulz sampled Baby Bash's 2003 hit 'Suga Suga' to make one of the biggest hits of 2015.
Martin Solveig followed up his hit song 'Intoxicated' with another anthem - let's hope he plays it at EDC this year!
Following a hugely successful 2015, Martin Garrix gifted fans with a massive collaboration alongside Justin Mylo and Mesto.
Taken from the legendary Australian band's third album, 'Water Colours' remains one of Pendulum's biggest hits.
Sigma remixed Kanye West's 'Bound 2' to create one of the most uplifting drum-n-bass tracks ever that's sure to get the crowd going this July.
Caspa and Rusko made their big return in 2015 with an aggressive yet playful take on grime and UK Hip-Hop.
Goldie sampled Bongo Band's 'Apache' on one of the biggest songs in jungle and drum-n-bass history.
Markus Schulz linked up with singer Delacey to release a soulful EDM banger.
Duke Dumont ditched his signature sound to embrace 80s Pop - complete with synths and a bass guitar.
Paul van Dyk is responsible for one of the biggest trance songs in EDM history.
Swedish electronic duo Gallantis released 'Runaway' as the first single from their huge debut album 'Pharmacy'.
Lost Frequencies were responsible for one of the biggest EDM riffs of 2015!
Philip George followed-up his 2014 hit 'Wish You Were Mine' with an equally big smash alongside Anton Powers.