No offense to any of these artists (besides Flo-Rida, I fully mean to offend you), but these songs definitely need to be punished and shown to the gates of Hades, where they will have ample time to think about what they've done.
2013 is the year of the Snake and although I don't know exactly what that means, I do know it's going to be an amazing year for EDM and the emerging culture around it. We are at the tipping point. It's not the end at all. EDM is just growing up.
If you have turned on the radio, watched TV, or attended a music festival in the last several years you have likely noticed the Electronic Dance Music DJs and producers flooding the market. EDM is the fastest growing mainstream genre in the United States.
If Coachella 2012 is remembered for one thing, it's likely to go down in history as the year electronic music dominated the lineup, from the festival's longstanding dance nexus the Sahara Tent to the traditionally rock-oriented main stage.
Not everyone can say they have an audience of millions, or have had the chance to collaborate with David Guetta and Tiesto, or perform in front of millions of people, and drop hit songs that can be heard worldwide. Avicii can, and at 22 years young.