30 Best EDM Tracks of March 2021
Spring has sprung! The seasons are changing and so are a lot of festival dates for 2021! This month was packed with tons of live music announcements for the coming months ahead, so let’s get our vaccines, and keep our fingers crossed for the rest of the year!
March saw the postponement of a number of major music events including Tomorrowland, World Club Dome, and Outside Lands which are all now slated for after the summer. There were also some festival cancellations including Primavera Sound Barcelona and Shambhala Music Festival which announced their move to 2022.
However, it wasn’t all bad news in March. Amsterdam Dance Event announced in-person dates for October 2021 and Tomorrowland revealed its winter edition of the festival will return to France in 2022.
There were also a number of festival lineup announcements including Sunset Music Festival, Life is Beautiful, We Are FSTVL, and HARD Summer slated for California in June.
In award show news, Kaytranada swept the dance music categories at the 2021 Grammy Awards for the single “10%” ft. Kali Uchi and his soulful LP, BUBBA. Adding to the Grammy announcements was notable dance music talent Imanbek who received the Grammy for Best Remixed Recording for his rendition of Saint JHN’s “Roses.”
In terms of new music, March saw a number of notable releases coming our way from Spinnin Records, Big Beat Records, and Hexagon. Among the standout releases, March’s Track of The Month comes from none other than Don Diablo who released, “Problems” with JLV featuring John K on his notable Hexagon imprint.
March 2021 – Track Of The Month
Don Diablo & JLV – Problems ft. John K
Stream/Download: “Problems” here
Please see below for the complete list of the Best EDM Tracks of March 2021 based on support by some of the most esteemed artists and labels in the dance music industry.
GODAMN – Fallin’ [Musical Freedom]
Stream/Download: “Fallin’” here
Claptone – Zero [Different Recordings]
Stream/Download: “Zero” here
Mauro Venti – Workin’ Up A Sweat [Spinnin’ Deep]