As we wrap up the 2017 year, more and more publications have began to share their best of lists. As dance music continues to rise in popularity, Rolling Stone took it upon themselves to share their best EDM and electronic albums of 2017 and it's just bizarre.

“The amount of fascinating electronic and/or dance music in 2017 was staggering – the thrilling dance-floor eccentricity of Lanark Artefax; the overwhelming orchestral ambience of Gas; the thumb-piano street jams of Sierra Leone's Kondi Band; the riotous bedroom mash-ups of Nidia and plenty more,” writes Rolling Stone.

So without further adieu, here were Rolling Stone's top picks for the best albums of the year.

Best Electronic Music Albums of 2017 According to Rolling Stone

10. DJ Sports – Modern Species
9. Arca – Arca
8. Stormzy – Gang Signs & Prayer
7. Equiknoxx – Colon Man
6. Nídia – Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida
5. Daphni – Joli Mai
4. Kondi Band – Salone
3. Traxman – Tekvision
2. Lanark Artefax – Whities 011
1. Jlin – Black Origami

Sorry Rezz, Illenium, and The Chainsmokers, no love from Rolling Stone.

See 11-20 on Rolling Stone.