There are electronic acts for every mood — whether you’re chilling on the porch or partying hard with some glow sticks. The broad spectrum of styles and tempos means you can almost always find the ideal soundtrack to your smoke session. The possibilities are virtually endless! Check out a few of our favorite electronic acts. They represent a fairly diverse cross section of the EDM (electronic dance music) world.
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Black Sands by Bonobo
Simon Green — aka Bonobo — is a producer and DJ who has been active on the scene since 2001. His music runs the gamut from single-person performances to a full-band backing, as was featured on his 2010 album Black Sands. The instrumentation and arrangements are a feast for anyone’s ears.
Panorama Pacifico by the Satin Jackets
Satin Jackets is the moniker of Tim Bernhardt. Offering chilled dance tracks, Satin Jackets is tailor-made for group gatherings. Pop this album on, pack up the bowl, and have fun!
Entroducing… by DJ Shadow
DJ Shadow is a hip-hop production legend. His first album, Entroducing…, released in 1996, was produced using just a drum machine and two turntables. This album is a total crowd pleaser offering up classic cuts and break beats for lovers of all musical genres.
RR7349 by SURVIVE
Best known for their work on the Stranger Things theme, SURVIVE are another old school production group. Influenced by horror film scores of the 1980s, the group’s members orchestrate all of their songs using vintage synthesizers. This group is perfect for a mellower evening.
Last Glow by Kartell
French producer Kartell is no stranger to the DJ scene. Mentioned in the same company as artists like KAYTRANADA, Kartell can build a groove with the best of them. Shifting from moody to straight up dance tracks and back, Kartell always delivers a solid, fun groove.