If you're looking for similar electronic music sets, here are a couple I've been digging lately:
Kaskade's set from Coachella, soundboard recording. http://www.themusicninja.com/live-set-full-kaskade-coachella...
Porter Robinson's BBC Essential Mix - http://soundcloud.com/edmtunestv/porter-robinson-essential-m...
Knife Party's BBC Essential Mix - http://soundcloud.com/edmtunestv/knife-party-essential-mix-l...
Luvstep 2.5 (There are several other mixes in this series, though this one is my favorite) - http://soundcloud.com/dirtysouthjoe/luvstep-2-5
Straight Bass to the Dome - Coletrain http://soundcloud.com/cberra88/straight-bass-to-the-dome
Flux Pavilion’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix - http://soundcloud.com/edmtunestv/flux-pavilion-essential-mix... | http://soundcloud.com/qrip/flux-pavilion-essential-mix
Somejerk's Moombahton over Miami VI live mix - http://soundcloud.com/somejerk/moombahton-over-miami-vi-some... (this might make you run/code funny... try it while doing Zumba?)
The Island Pt. II: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBIYl88Zwyc
Their other albums, In Silico (Showdown, the Temptest) and Hold Your Colour (Slam, Blood Sugar) are also fantastic. My favorite band, personally.
Milkman and Super Mash Bros is good too but I just don't get the same feel.
If you're looking for a full-album experience, check out the Kleptones. Here's an awesome HTML5 visualization of their album A Night at the Hip Hopera: http://mashupbreakdown.com/nhh
And, of course, Girl Talk
For more chilled stuff, Bonobo and DJ Krush.