As dance music’s already massive popularity grows, more and more respected industry outlets weigh in on who’s the best in the game. While any ‘Best Of’ list is going to be subjective to some degree, it is truly interesting to see the diversity in choices. To that end, Billboard recently released their choices for the ten best electronic dance music albums of 2014. In our opinion, it’s fairly well rounded; fan favorites like Skrillex and Porter Robinson rub shoulders with Gorgon City and more underground music makers like Answer Code Request. We’ve listed all ten albums below, but make sure to check out the full article on Billboard‘s website.

Billboard’s 10 Best Electronic/Dance Albums of 2014

10.) SkrillexRecess

9.) Answer Code Request — Code

8.) Röyksopp & Robyn — Do It Again

7.) Gorgon City — Sirens

6.) Dillon Francis — Money Sucks, Friends Rule

5.) Porter Robinson — Worlds

4.) Deadmau5 — while (1<2)

3.) Thom Yorke — Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes

2.) Aphex Twin — Syro

1.) Joris Voorn — Nobody Knows

Let us know what you think of Billboard‘s list in the comments!

[Source: Billboard]