I have a widely varied music taste. I've listened to hip-hop (mainstream and underground), rock, classical music, jazz, country, and more. In the EDM genres I have preferences for trance, progressive trance, house, DnB, hardstyle, and techno. There are some genres I seriously dislike (although it doesn't mean I dislike all of the songs just most). Dubstep bothers me a lot, and I have trouble getting into it. For me dubstep has really nice beats, great bass lines, then suddenly the song stops and it goes WA WA WA WA. For me that sound just kills most songs. Take this dubstep mix for example, it starts off great then I'm like saying "WTF" in a minute.
One of my favorite genres outside of EDM is the fusion of jazz and hip-hop which was perpetuated by the works of Nujabes (rip). I highly recommend Nujabes.
For people who like the jazzy effects of Nujabes they may like Nomak or Ayur.
This is me trying to broaden peoples views on music. For those who are stubborn, which is absolutely fine, I present my pick of the day. It is "Seek Bromance" by Tim Berg. This is a lyricised version of Berg's "Bromance". Currently Berg (aka Tim Bergling) is number 39 on DJMag.com under his stage name Avicii. He is currently only 21, and I expect him to rise up in ranks during the years to come. Personally, I have no preference over lyrical electronic songs to instrumental ones. In this case I found the lyrical one to be marginally better. Also, the video is VERY bad ass (especially the ending).