Top Techno Music Tracks of 2013

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Looking for the best techno music to add to your playlist? Check out our top picks for the best techno tracks of 2013!


Techno music has been around for more than two decades, but it has only recently gained mainstream popularity. This type of music is characterized by its heavy use of electronic instruments and synthesizers. Techno music often has a fast tempo and aggressive sound.

There are many different subgenres of techno music, but the most popular one in recent years has been dubstep. Dubstep is a type of techno music that originated in the United Kingdom in the early 2000s. It is characterized by its heavy bass lines and syncopated rhythms.

The following are some of the top techno tracks of 2013:

– “Animals” by Martin Garrix
– “Bassface” by Pegboard Nerds
– “Cannonball” by Showtek & Justin Prime
– “Clarity” by Zedd ft. Foxes
– “Explode” by Yellow Claw ft. Aydan

Top Techno Tracks of 2013

Techno music has come a long way since the early days of the genre. In 2013, there were many great tracks that were released. This list will cover the top 10 tracks of 2013.

#5: “F for You” by Disclosure

Disclosure’s debut album, “Settle,” was released in May of 2013 to critical acclaim. One of the standout tracks from the album is “F for You.” The song features a catchy bassline and vocals by Mary J. Blige.

#4: “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk

Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” was one of the hottest tracks of 2013. The tune is an instant classic, with a catchy melody and infectious groove. The duo’s use of vocoder on the track gives it a unique sound that sets it apart from other techno tracks.

#3: “Youth” by Disclosure

“Youth” is a song by British electronic music duo Disclosure. It was released as the third single from their debut studio album, Settle (2013). The song entered the UK Singles Chart at number 29 and peaked at number 21. It also charted in Belgium and the Netherlands.

The song’s music video, directed by Saman Kesh, was released on 26 September 2013. The video features choreography by Parris Goebel and her team, The ReQuest Dance Crew.

#2: “Atom” by Feed Me

“Atom” by Feed Me was one of the top techno tracks of 2013. The song was released as part of Feed Me’s album Calamari Tuesday, and peaked at #2 on Beatport’s Top 100 Techno chart. “Atom” is a driving, energetic track that features a catchy melody and a thumping bassline.

#1: “I Love It” by Icona Pop

“I Love It” is a song by Swedish DJ and record producer duo Icona Pop featuring vocals from British singer Charli XCX, released as the lead single from Icona Pop’s debut studio album, This Is… (2013)Async. The track was produced by Style of Eye and Patrik Berger. “I Love It” peaked at number seven on the ARIA Singles Chart, number eight on the UK Singles Chart, number six in Scotland and number 23 in Ireland. In May 2013, the song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Internationally, it reached the top ten in several countries including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand and Sweden.”I Love It” is a dance-pop and EDM song with punk influences. Music critics criticized its reliance on auto-tune and described it as “catchy” with “explicitly meaningless lyrics”. The track received mixed to positive reviews from contemporary music critics. However some critics highlighted Charli XCX’s input as making the song more exciting.”I Love It” became both Icona Pop and Charli XCX’s commercial breakthrough when it was featured in a major commercial for SKYY vodka in the United States. This exposure led to a surge in digital downloads and streaming activity for both artists.


When it comes to techno music, 2013 was a great year. There were so many great tracks that it’s hard to narrow it down to just a few. But, if we had to choose, these are our top techno tracks of 2013:

1. “Don’t Stop” by Sean Tyas
2. “Gangster” by Noisia
3. “Animals” by Martin Garrix
4. “Titan” by Dusky
5. “This Is What It Feels Like” by Armin van Buuren

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