- electronic dance music: a range of genres of electronic music often played in nightclubs and characterized by a strong danceable beat: The festival lineup includes several popular EDM artists.
Origin of EDM
First recorded in 2000–05
- Master of Education.
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Examples from the Web for edm
See how much of the “mainstream” pop music scene now is RB, EDM, hip-hop.Of Gamers, Gates, and Disco Demolition: The Roots of Reactionary Rage
October 16, 2014
Why did it wait for EDM to become huge, and Deadmau5 to be rich?Mickey Mouse Takes Deadmau5 to Court
September 3, 2014
In the quasi religious world of EDM (electronic dance music), Avicii is on par with God himself.Don't Blame Avicii For His Druggy Tour
June 27, 2014
Clearly, someone in the Lavigne camp figured out that remixing Rosetta Stone with an EDM beat would result in an insta-classic.Avril Lavigne’s Dumb ‘Hello Kitty’ Video Is Rife with Cultural Appropriation
April 25, 2014
That even in 2014—the era of EDM and “selfie pop”—a small, live, flesh-and-blood band could still be (and have) so much fun.Beck’s Musical Time Machine: This Wasn’t a Concert. It was a Spectacular Party.
April 18, 2014
The revision undertaken in 1563 by Archbishop Parker, aided by Edm.
Her devotion made her fear more for Edm's safety than for her own.
Tournay did not wait to exchange words with his father, but approached Edm.
An hour passed, and Edm remained in the salon where Tournay had left her.
Edm could see that his features were set and their expression stern.
- electronic distance measurement
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