A drop of a progressive house song that, at first, sounds like a major blue-ball (usually following a massive, melodic buildup), but then you realize when played live, it hits very hard because of the unexpectedness.

Traditionally a eurodrop has one single repeated sound or a couple notes rather than full-on chords.
What is a eurodrop?

- Listen to "Atom" by Nari & Milani at 4:25 following the huge, melodic buildup. One of the best eurodrops of all time.

- Another example is "Encoded" by Hardwell at 2:30.

- Lastly, "Epic" by Sandro Silva & Quintino at 3:44.
by I_Am_Spenca May 21, 2012

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