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EDM March Madness: Elite Eight Voting From March 28th to April 2nd

We are down to it folks. We are down to the top two of each conference. The best of the best from Progressive/Trance, Trap/Bass, House/Techno, and Main Stage/Pop are going head to head. Most of those who have earned their spot were relatively expected. Now that being said we have one gigantic upset in the Techno/House Conference.

That is right, our defending champion Deadmau5 has been defeated by a 13 seed no less! You heard that correctly, The Magician has defied all odds and made it to the elite eight as a 13 seed. Though that being said he faces his hardest test yet with Carl Cox as his opponent.

In trance progressive we see a show down of well at one time trance artists who have both moved towards the progressive end of the spectrum in recent years. Above & Beyond and their signature brand of Group Therapy are going head to head with Armin Van Buuren and his State of Trance. Who will come out on top? Well we obviously do not know! That is up to you.

The Chainsmokers take on Martin Garrix in what might become the closest match we have ever seen in EDM March Madness history. Both artists are in their best forms recently. Will The Chainsmokers new album anticipation help them over come the odds?

Finally we look towards Bass/Trap to see the match up of the century. Flume vs. Skrillex. Yes the idea of having to choose one is devastating I am sure. That being said we find two of the most talented producers in modern day electronic music squaring off. Will dubstep fight off the ever increasing in popularity Future Bass? Lets find out the answer to all of these questions now! Voting is OPEN folks!

Trance & Progressive

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Mainstage/Pop

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Techno/House

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Bass/Trap

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