The EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation Album Is Out Now!

Insomniac Records EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation

Insomniac Records’ EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation features tracks from notable artists like Alan Walker, Ghastly, John Askew, Slander, and more!


It wouldn’t be the dawn of EDC Week without some quality beats coming from Insomniac Records! Featuring artists who are all playing this year at EDC Las Vegas and throughout EDC Week at various clubs, there are plenty of fresh tracks to get you hyped for the week ahead. Released today, the EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation contains 40 tracks from a variety of genres ranging from house and techno to trap and trance, making it the perfect album to get you geared up for EDCLV on June 16-18!

In just its second year of existence, the official EDC Las Vegas Compilation is a valued addition to anyone’s music collection, as headliners will be pleased with the selection of quality tunes to explore and experience throughout the album. Featuring tracks from established artists like John Askew, GRiZ, and Treasure Fingers, the compilation also features some fresh faces who are making their own mark on the scene. Names like LO’99, Bonnie X Clyde, and JSTJR might be new, but the beats are banging and their infectious sounds will get you moving and grooving.

You can download or stream the EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation via your favorite platform here!

“Last year, we relaunched Insomniac Records with the release of the EDC Las Vegas 2016 compilation,” said Pasquale Rotella, Founder and CEO of Insomniac. “One year later, Insomniac Records has had over 21 releases and is home to 3 new imprints, with plans to launch more in the future. We couldn’t be more proud to release this 40-track compilation for EDC Las Vegas 2017, as the label continues to grow and evolve. We hope fans enjoy this epic soundtrack on their journey to the desert next week!”

Stream the EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation on Spotify:


EDC Las Vegas 2017 Compilation – Tracklist:
  1. SLANDER & Basstrick “Drop It”
  2. Alan Walker & Alex Skrindo “Sky”
  3. Tommy Trash “Hi Sound Lo Sound”
  4. Cut Snake “Stomp”
  5. NGHTMRE & Ghastly “End Of The Night”
  6. Des McMahon “Resonant”
  7. Bonnie X Clyde “Rise Above” (VIP)
  8. Treasure Fingers “Only One”
  9. BIJOU “Rock This”
  10. Yellow Claw “Hold On To Me” ft. GTA
  11. GRiZ “Wicked” ft. Eric Krasno (Megalodon Remix)
  12. Liquid Stranger “Crunk”
  13. JSTJR “Fried”
  14. Astronomar “Tissue”
  15. Reid Speed & Frank Royal “Voodoo Princess”
  16. Born Dirty “Jammy Dodger”
  17. Devoted To God “Letting Time Go”
  18. Craig Williams “Not One” ft. Mandy Jones
  19. Corporate Slackrs & Emma Zander “Electric Sky”
  20. Freedom Fighters “Clockwork”
  21. Dombresky “Technikal”
  22. Billy Kenny & Maximono “Das Ist Sick”
  23. Aazar x Bellorum “Ravage”
  24. Bleep Bloop “Venom”
  25. LO’99 & Marshall F “Take Me Back” (Unreleased VIP)
  26. Sage Armstrong “W3rk Your Hip$”
  27. Sacha Robotti “Deemster”
  28. Brennen Grey “Terra Nova”
  29. Will Clarke & Bot “Lil’ Mami”
  30. Nucleya “Take Me There” ft. Kavya
  31. Simon Patterson “Smack” (Waio Remix)
  32. Sinden “Frazzed”
  33. ATICA “Like U”
  34. Coone “Faye” ft. David Spekter
  35. Jayceeoh & Clips X Ahoy “Dancin On My Wrist”
  36. NOA “Take Me”
  37. PAZ “Diplo Tears”
  38. Baggi & PEZNT “Paradise” ft. Rena
  39. Dino & Soothslayer “Elixer”
  40. John Askew “A Million Stars”

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