Here are the 10 most Shazamed tracks of Tomorrowland 2014
For the first time in its 10 year history, last month dance music mecca Tomorrowland upgraded to a two weekend event. That meant twice the epic production, twice the superstar DJs and twice the punters making the pilgrimage of a lifetime to the Belgian town of Boom. And as you’d expect, the festival heavyweight spared no expense driving its bucket-list status home.
Tomorrowland’s 2014 line-up was expansive, covering the best in big-room house, trance, bass, techno and beyond. So it only makes sense that the official round-up of the festival’s top 10 most Shazamed tracks – released by the track-identifying app to inthemix today – is a mixed bag.
From Netsky’s bass thumper Running Low to Secondcity’s house hit I Wanna Feel and the down and out strains of Zhu’s Faded all the way through to mainstage firepower from David Guetta and co, Tomorrowland’s biggest tunes come from a range of genres. But it’s Spinnin Records banger Tremor – the joint handiwork of Dimitri Vegas, Martin Garrix & Like Mike – that’s taken out the #1 spot.
Keen to know the tracks pricking punters’ ears elsewhere in the world? Shazam have also released round-ups of the most Shazamed tracks of EDC Las Vegas and Ibiza’s current summer season which, as you’d expect, cover two very different ends of the dance music spectrum. Take in the full Tomorrowland list below.