Cafeteria Food: Top 10 Biggest Drops

In the past decade our lives have changed dramatically, routinely revolving around our cell phones, computers, ipods, and social networks. Our music generation has been introduced to some of the greatest changes an era has ever witnessed.  While electronic music has been around for some time, the changes we see in our programs and development of computer instruments has evolved and changed the way we listen to and experience new music.  A “drop” is the result of an electronic buildup in a song.  It is the climax, the finish line, the splooge effect.  It creates ripples that surround the sound and momentarily changes the rhythm, pitch, and frequency of that particular song. Logistically speaking, there is no certain way to classify the “best” drop, as drops come in all sizes, shapes, and forms in electronic music. Electronic House, DnB, Dubstep, and Progressive House music are all characteristic of containing atleast one drop in their songs.  In an attempt to do my best with my fatty iTunes Library, I introduce to you the Top 10 drops in Electronic Music along with the time associated with each respective drop.

1) Bloody Beetroots (ft. Steve Aoki) – Warp 1.9 (2:13)

2) Congorock – Babylon (Original Mix) (1:12)

3) 12th Planet & Juakali – Reasons (Doctor P Remix) (0:55)

4) Bart B More & Harvard Bass – Listen To This (3:48)

5) Benny Benassi ft. Gary Go – Cinema (Skrillex Remix) (1:21)

6) Plan B – The Recluse (Nero Remix) (1:08)

7) Diplo, Laidback Luke & Bart B More – Hey Brap! (JSK “Someone Had To Do That” Bootleg) (2:00)

8) Spencer & Hill ft. lil Jon – Less Go (Porter Robinson Remix) (3:55)

9) N.A.S.A – Gifted (Steve Aoki Remix) (0:38)

 10) Foamo – Movin It Over Here (Hey Now Remix) (1:34)


Posted on May 12, 2011, in CAFETERIA FOOD, Dubstep, House and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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