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New music to kick off the weekend courtesy of Torren Foot, Nina Las Vegas & Sofi Tukker. PLUS as always, Ebony hits play on a bunch of house party classics,​. Music Export Canada Presents: Canada House at Reeperbahn CIMA returns to Hamburg and Berlin, Germany this September for the edition of the. Download and listen to new, exclusive, electronic dance music and house tracks. Available on mp3 and wav at the world's largest store for DJs.

This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light. After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived.

Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist. With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight.

It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini. This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade. Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track. It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now.

The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label. The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix. Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour. Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed. Go Out with us. May 28, Trending. Now Week Month. The Best 10 Night Clubs to try out in Paris in Separating creativity from productivity: the obsession with the studio in times of quarantine.

Millionaire DJs asking us for charity for their tour managers? No, not exactly. Xceed Premiere Electric Rescue — A Share Tweet. Mathame — Skywalking [Afterlife] [] From hit to hit without problems. SRVD — The Yard Man [Rekids] [] After a year burning dancefloors, it was already the time for those drums, those warm, even sexy vowels, and that penetrating melody to come out. Palms Trax — To Paradise [Dekmantel] [] Jay Donaldson is German and, by the way, one of the best producers of deep electronica, always far from the characteristic structures of techno and house.

Tophat ft. Adriatique — Craft [Siamese Records] [] In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers.

Adana Twins ft. Blanck Mass — House vs. ANNA ft. Miss Kittin — Forever Ravers [Kompakt Extra] [] Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio.

CJ Bolland ft. The Advent — Camargue Original Mix [Drumcode] [] Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Toto Chiavetta ft. Coyu — Waking Up From Anxious Dreams Metamorphosis [Suara] [] Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Kenneth Bager ft. Angelov — Retrida [Diynamic] [] Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track.

See all results. Join Xceed Do not miss our news. Join us. Last name. Thank you for sign up! See you on the Dancefloor. More Stories. Patrick Topping 's may just be the best year for him yet thanks to not only the launch of his own imprint but especially, the 2nd release on his label, Turbo Time. The title track was a massive hit at the tail end of the Summer and in addition, this particular tune, "Galaxy," is a total dance-floor weapon!

The arpeggiated, syncopated synth on top of the straight kick is as fierce as they come. His wizardry with the arpeggiation is unmatched in and for that reason, it stands up as one of the year's best.

A very fitting end to the best of house chart would be Andhim 's "Last Song. To say the least, it's a totally gorgeous dance track ripe with enough melodic appeal to either make you smile or cry with joy. Stream the 15 best house tracks of the year uninterrupted via the playlist below:. Music Review. Hip Hop.

Indie Rock. Tech House. Chill Dance. Club Night. Event Coverage. Travel Camping. Home Charts. Get Magnetic Ad-Free for 30 Days. On this EP, Anunaku goes a step further, dripping drum over drum until rhythms that at first feel competitive begin to interweave. To varying degrees, on all three tracks, the frame drum is the engine, as toms and snares fight for time in the mix. Sam Barker is wary of taking the easy route in getting people to move their bodies.

For his debut album, Utility , Barker dug into his archives to see which of his old sketches sounded good when he stripped them back to the studs. The result is mysterious, weightless. As a whole, Utility is an expression of what techno can be when the most obvious percussive elements go away.

Home is an ambiguous concept for Dan Snaith: In his nearly two decades of music-making, the producer has dramatically reinvented himself on an album-by-album basis, veering from glitchy electronica to blown-out shoegaze to kaleidoscopic pop to subaquatic house without ever retracing his steps. But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant.

But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement.

His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S.

British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs. But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him.

Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down. Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point.

His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar.

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It makes sense that the legendary Soulwax aka 2ManyDjs remixed it to give us one of the most used and acclaimed tracks of Her choppy bases and claps and, of course, her hypnotic voice and her particular intonation do the rest. Italian Caterina Barbieri has had possibly the best year of her career in Everything DJ Koze touches becomes gold.

The Hamburg DJ continues to embrace disco and vintage sounds. And we thank him for it. We take our hats off to Mr. It was last June 14th in the morning. The Latin producer added this new track to his vast collection. Well, these 3 new tracks. We know that. What could we do? That the microhouse aromas are gaining in popularity is evident. It gets anyone off the couch. Few people at Miami Music Week allowed themselves not to include it in their sets.

Could be. Summer vibes! Until recently, Alan Dixon was not known beyond the UK. A clear example that hits can move away from conventional structures without fear of failure. In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers.

And it keeps Adriatique on the top of the melodic house wave. When a master like Donato Dozzy speaks, the rest of us must listen and try to learn. Without any big stridencies and with an extreme elegance, Donato Dozzy beats us, shakes us from galaxy to galaxy and gives us a warm hug that denies that techno is always violent.

It is not every year that a not very famous Danish producer releases a track with Russian vocals at bpm and that it becomes a summer hit. A total success and, without a doubt, one of the best memories of For sure.

Counting original mixes and remixes, the German Lauer has already released more than tracks. His is one of the most fruitful careers in the house scene and to have it always at such a high level seems to be a utopia.

His music released in makes him stay among the best artists of the year. After a year of tours, shows and preparation of a book of the same name about his life, the artist from Leipzig wanted to give us an unexpected gift in the form of a single. The album was released in August, but for weeks his best piece of work had already been pumping adrenaline into the most restless eardrums.

Electronic blanks with a strong aroma of pop and an experimental air that can only cause two sensations: passion or rejection. We bet on the first one. Vocals, once generally rejected in the production of underground electronic music, are gaining in strength in this change of decade. The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres.

Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. Neither one, nor the other. Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality.

Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica. And each remixer adapts it to different environments. They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode. We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track. This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light.

After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived. Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist. With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight.

It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini. This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade.

Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track. It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now.

The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label. The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix.

Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour. Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed.

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Until one day we cracked the mystery. It all made sense. From hit to hit without problems. The Giovanelli brothers are one of the great results obtained by Afterlife label, owned by Tale Of Us, since its creation in In , they just waited a month and a half to repeat the feat. And a track that makes them be among the best of How will Four Tet make its music sound so Four Tet? For us clubbing fans, it drove us crazy. For some, close to the tech-house.

For others, extremely dark. It smells like him. Sounds like him. And makes him be among the best artists of After a year burning dancefloors, it was already the time for those drums, those warm, even sexy vowels, and that penetrating melody to come out. The first of many more to come. Jay Donaldson is German and, by the way, one of the best producers of deep electronica, always far from the characteristic structures of techno and house. His figure as Palms Trax has always been linked to the cult festival Dekmantel, in whose mainstage he frequently performs.

We heard it for the first time at the marathon Afterlife party at the ADE in They played bomb after bomb. One after another. No exception. Until this sounded. Shazams out. No one successful. And months went by. Nearly half a year later, Diynamic was making a move. It was indeed a diamond in the rough. It was Andy Bros. It makes sense that the legendary Soulwax aka 2ManyDjs remixed it to give us one of the most used and acclaimed tracks of Her choppy bases and claps and, of course, her hypnotic voice and her particular intonation do the rest.

Italian Caterina Barbieri has had possibly the best year of her career in Everything DJ Koze touches becomes gold. The Hamburg DJ continues to embrace disco and vintage sounds. And we thank him for it. We take our hats off to Mr. It was last June 14th in the morning. The Latin producer added this new track to his vast collection.

Well, these 3 new tracks. We know that. What could we do? That the microhouse aromas are gaining in popularity is evident.

It gets anyone off the couch. Few people at Miami Music Week allowed themselves not to include it in their sets. Could be. Summer vibes! Until recently, Alan Dixon was not known beyond the UK. We couldn't squeeze in quite a few that indeed had amazing tunes in including Rebuke , Cinthie , Roy Rosenfeld , Sebastien Leger , and a bunch others who all had landmark years.

Rest assured though, these 15 tracks are flat out excellent! View the previous year's chart. Robag Wruhme is arguably responsible for the best album of but without a doubt, he's absolutely responsible for the best tune of the year. The track, "Nata Alma" taken from that very album, gets passed through various filters and injected with the most unorthodox fills thereby constructing the highest possible level of artistically-created house music on the grandest of scales.

If there ever was one, "Nata Alma" is deserving of induction into the house music hall of fame. As a precursor to his debut album in , Hot Since 82 premiered this very ethereal tune from his album on his Essential Mix back in March.

To say the least, the Essential Mix was was pretty amazing but the true highlight and its centerpiece was this tune, "Tilted. I think I would have to disagree slightly and say that it would be quite perfect anywhere on the planet. Bassy sure are the exception with this recently dropped collaboration titled, "Let It Go. With an SOS Band vocal sample from '86, a straight-forward house rhythm, and a sharp acid line, this ear-worm from Italian producer, Roberto Surace captured the world's attention and held it all year long.

Back in March, Riva Starr put out a small remix collection from his full-length, Curveballs. And on that release was this modern disco masterpiece, "Jill Wears Black. After all, outstanding house music never goes out of style. Especially, this totally infectious solo cut he put out as a follow up on Defected. With its distinctive b-line and catchy vocal hook, it kept the floors full all Summer long.

It's filled to the brim with euphoria along with a sprinkling of acid and a classic vocal hook taken from Ten City's '87 house jammy, "Devotion. AceMo Adrian Mojica and MoMA Ready Wyatt Stevens bring their lightning-in-a-bottle energy to small clubs around the city, where Stevens will sometimes hop on the mic and hazily emcee, and their debut collaborative EP manages to capture the same spirit. Akasha System is the leading artist in the new subgenre I am calling Portland techno. Stereotypical, perhaps, but Echo Earth , with its raw sound and big sweeps, is so evocative of green terrain that it feels impossible that it came from anywhere urban.

Echo Earth is an A-frame home, a Pinewood derby winner, pottery made on the wheel. A lovingly crafted piece of electronic music whose seams are happily showing. Varying in size, they are deep and wide, and easily portable and playable by hand, making them great for teaching kids. While far from a household name, Velez has made the frame drum the focal point of his compositions, where its elastic rhythms are completely enchanting. On this EP, Anunaku goes a step further, dripping drum over drum until rhythms that at first feel competitive begin to interweave.

To varying degrees, on all three tracks, the frame drum is the engine, as toms and snares fight for time in the mix. Sam Barker is wary of taking the easy route in getting people to move their bodies.

For his debut album, Utility , Barker dug into his archives to see which of his old sketches sounded good when he stripped them back to the studs. The result is mysterious, weightless. As a whole, Utility is an expression of what techno can be when the most obvious percussive elements go away. Home is an ambiguous concept for Dan Snaith: In his nearly two decades of music-making, the producer has dramatically reinvented himself on an album-by-album basis, veering from glitchy electronica to blown-out shoegaze to kaleidoscopic pop to subaquatic house without ever retracing his steps.

But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant. But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement. His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels.

He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S. British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs.

But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him.

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New music to kick off the weekend courtesy of Torren Foot, Nina Las Vegas & Sofi Tukker. PLUS as always, Ebony hits play on a bunch of house party classics,​. Parliament ; Live music. For information about the work of committees in the current Parliamentary session (December onwards), please visit. Electronic music legends, Louie Vega and Mark Broom respectively appear as well with their own tracks that conquered the landscape. We.

But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant.

But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement.

His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S.

British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs. But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him.

Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down.

Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point. His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar. A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing.

But the music here is slower-paced, introspective. In fact, much of the music on his album Loom Dream feels rooted in nature sounds: frog hiccups, fire crackling, rain heard from a distance. With every new release, Huerco S. In order to inhabit the world as a fully formed human, Nkisi has explained of the Bantu-Kongo worldview, one must master seven directions. One of these trajectories, an introspective one, can foster a communal sense of healing. Nkisi conjures a sort of introspective hypnotism through each of the seven percussive tracks on her full-length debut, all built around brain-rattling Congolese polyrhythms.

They give "I Need You" the feeling of being suspended between two planes, its knees planted on the ground as its spirit drifts to the sky like a prayer. Thank you for being there. You mean so much to me. But a funny thing happens as the song continues its endless build: It pulls you in. What started out forbidding and impenetrable becomes a bubble you live inside. The Tokyo electronic musician is famous for lengthy, off-kilter DJ sets that disorient and envelop in equal measure.

Here, she effortlessly flips the specter of colossal menace into a warm embrace. Do you think Lifetones are far and away better than This Heat?

Do you stand in solidarity with DJ Sprinkles in her anti-streaming stance? If, instead, parsing any of the proper nouns above makes you want to throw the whole of experimental music into the ocean, bear with me, and please give a listen to EXPORT. Blending skittering percussion with stoned-out synths and charmingly monotone vocals, EXPORT is warm and playful, a genreless exploration of rhythm. As a precursor to his debut album in , Hot Since 82 premiered this very ethereal tune from his album on his Essential Mix back in March.

To say the least, the Essential Mix was was pretty amazing but the true highlight and its centerpiece was this tune, "Tilted. I think I would have to disagree slightly and say that it would be quite perfect anywhere on the planet. Bassy sure are the exception with this recently dropped collaboration titled, "Let It Go. With an SOS Band vocal sample from '86, a straight-forward house rhythm, and a sharp acid line, this ear-worm from Italian producer, Roberto Surace captured the world's attention and held it all year long.

Back in March, Riva Starr put out a small remix collection from his full-length, Curveballs. And on that release was this modern disco masterpiece, "Jill Wears Black. After all, outstanding house music never goes out of style. Especially, this totally infectious solo cut he put out as a follow up on Defected. With its distinctive b-line and catchy vocal hook, it kept the floors full all Summer long. It's filled to the brim with euphoria along with a sprinkling of acid and a classic vocal hook taken from Ten City's '87 house jammy, "Devotion.

Back in early , famed record producer and recording artist, Leon Ware passed along and just a few months later, Swedish producer, Henry Rodrick put out what was presumably his tribute to the late producer using the alias, Soul Reductions. He heavily sampled "Got To Be Loved" and pitched it way up taking the tune from its lounge-y origins into peak-time disco territory. Fast-forward to early and Classic Music Company took it to the masses by giving it the digital exposure it deserved.

And it certainly paid off given the fact that it was heavily rinsed all year long. The a-side of the release was this beauty the duo produced on their Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer. With its booming beat and heavy disco groove, Mark Broom 's presumably sampled "Break 97" is undeniably massive. Once the hi-hats come in and take over at seconds in, there's no saving you.

Your primordial urge to dance will take over and the repeating piano loop will stick in your head and never leave. The tune titled, "Don't Let Get You Down" is beautiful to say the least and it's nearly the year's best. Reggie Watts' endearing vocal work backed up by Tejada's ethereal synth work is pure magic. Patrick Topping 's may just be the best year for him yet thanks to not only the launch of his own imprint but especially, the 2nd release on his label, Turbo Time.

The title track was a massive hit at the tail end of the Summer and in addition, this particular tune, "Galaxy," is a total dance-floor weapon! The arpeggiated, syncopated synth on top of the straight kick is as fierce as they come. His wizardry with the arpeggiation is unmatched in and for that reason, it stands up as one of the year's best.

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It was indeed a diamond in the rough. It was Andy Bros. It makes sense that the legendary Soulwax aka 2ManyDjs remixed it to give us one of the most used and acclaimed tracks of Her choppy bases and claps and, of course, her hypnotic voice and her particular intonation do the rest. Italian Caterina Barbieri has had possibly the best year of her career in Everything DJ Koze touches becomes gold.

The Hamburg DJ continues to embrace disco and vintage sounds. And we thank him for it. We take our hats off to Mr. It was last June 14th in the morning. The Latin producer added this new track to his vast collection. Well, these 3 new tracks. We know that. What could we do? That the microhouse aromas are gaining in popularity is evident. It gets anyone off the couch.

Few people at Miami Music Week allowed themselves not to include it in their sets. Could be. Summer vibes! Until recently, Alan Dixon was not known beyond the UK. A clear example that hits can move away from conventional structures without fear of failure. In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers.

And it keeps Adriatique on the top of the melodic house wave. When a master like Donato Dozzy speaks, the rest of us must listen and try to learn. Without any big stridencies and with an extreme elegance, Donato Dozzy beats us, shakes us from galaxy to galaxy and gives us a warm hug that denies that techno is always violent.

It is not every year that a not very famous Danish producer releases a track with Russian vocals at bpm and that it becomes a summer hit. A total success and, without a doubt, one of the best memories of For sure. Counting original mixes and remixes, the German Lauer has already released more than tracks.

His is one of the most fruitful careers in the house scene and to have it always at such a high level seems to be a utopia. His music released in makes him stay among the best artists of the year.

After a year of tours, shows and preparation of a book of the same name about his life, the artist from Leipzig wanted to give us an unexpected gift in the form of a single. The album was released in August, but for weeks his best piece of work had already been pumping adrenaline into the most restless eardrums. Electronic blanks with a strong aroma of pop and an experimental air that can only cause two sensations: passion or rejection.

We bet on the first one. Vocals, once generally rejected in the production of underground electronic music, are gaining in strength in this change of decade. The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres. Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. Neither one, nor the other.

Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality. Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica.

And each remixer adapts it to different environments. They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode. We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track.

This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light. After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived.

Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist.

With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight. It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini. This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade. Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track.

It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now. The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label.

The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix. Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour. Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed.

Go Out with us. May 28, Trending. Now Week Month. The Best 10 Night Clubs to try out in Paris in Separating creativity from productivity: the obsession with the studio in times of quarantine. Sam Barker is wary of taking the easy route in getting people to move their bodies. For his debut album, Utility , Barker dug into his archives to see which of his old sketches sounded good when he stripped them back to the studs.

The result is mysterious, weightless. As a whole, Utility is an expression of what techno can be when the most obvious percussive elements go away. Home is an ambiguous concept for Dan Snaith: In his nearly two decades of music-making, the producer has dramatically reinvented himself on an album-by-album basis, veering from glitchy electronica to blown-out shoegaze to kaleidoscopic pop to subaquatic house without ever retracing his steps. But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant.

But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement. His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S.

British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs. But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him. Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop.

Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down. Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point.

His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar.

A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing. But the music here is slower-paced, introspective. In fact, much of the music on his album Loom Dream feels rooted in nature sounds: frog hiccups, fire crackling, rain heard from a distance. With every new release, Huerco S. In order to inhabit the world as a fully formed human, Nkisi has explained of the Bantu-Kongo worldview, one must master seven directions.

One of these trajectories, an introspective one, can foster a communal sense of healing. Nkisi conjures a sort of introspective hypnotism through each of the seven percussive tracks on her full-length debut, all built around brain-rattling Congolese polyrhythms. They give "I Need You" the feeling of being suspended between two planes, its knees planted on the ground as its spirit drifts to the sky like a prayer.

Thank you for being there. You mean so much to me. But a funny thing happens as the song continues its endless build: It pulls you in.

What started out forbidding and impenetrable becomes a bubble you live inside. The Tokyo electronic musician is famous for lengthy, off-kilter DJ sets that disorient and envelop in equal measure.

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But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant. But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace.

Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement. His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart.

Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S. British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs. But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him.

Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down.

Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point. His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference.

The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar. A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing. But the music here is slower-paced, introspective. In fact, much of the music on his album Loom Dream feels rooted in nature sounds: frog hiccups, fire crackling, rain heard from a distance.

With every new release, Huerco S. In order to inhabit the world as a fully formed human, Nkisi has explained of the Bantu-Kongo worldview, one must master seven directions. One of these trajectories, an introspective one, can foster a communal sense of healing. Nkisi conjures a sort of introspective hypnotism through each of the seven percussive tracks on her full-length debut, all built around brain-rattling Congolese polyrhythms.

The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres. Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio.

Neither one, nor the other. Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality. Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica. And each remixer adapts it to different environments. They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode.

We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track. This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light. After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived.

Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist. With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight. It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini.

This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade. Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track. It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now.

The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label.

The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix. Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour. Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed. Go Out with us. May 28, Trending. Now Week Month. The Best 10 Night Clubs to try out in Paris in Separating creativity from productivity: the obsession with the studio in times of quarantine.

Millionaire DJs asking us for charity for their tour managers? No, not exactly. Xceed Premiere Electric Rescue — A Share Tweet. Mathame — Skywalking [Afterlife] [] From hit to hit without problems. SRVD — The Yard Man [Rekids] [] After a year burning dancefloors, it was already the time for those drums, those warm, even sexy vowels, and that penetrating melody to come out. Palms Trax — To Paradise [Dekmantel] [] Jay Donaldson is German and, by the way, one of the best producers of deep electronica, always far from the characteristic structures of techno and house.

Tophat ft. Adriatique — Craft [Siamese Records] [] In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers.

Adana Twins ft. Blanck Mass — House vs. ANNA ft. With its distinctive b-line and catchy vocal hook, it kept the floors full all Summer long. It's filled to the brim with euphoria along with a sprinkling of acid and a classic vocal hook taken from Ten City's '87 house jammy, "Devotion. Back in early , famed record producer and recording artist, Leon Ware passed along and just a few months later, Swedish producer, Henry Rodrick put out what was presumably his tribute to the late producer using the alias, Soul Reductions.

He heavily sampled "Got To Be Loved" and pitched it way up taking the tune from its lounge-y origins into peak-time disco territory. Fast-forward to early and Classic Music Company took it to the masses by giving it the digital exposure it deserved. And it certainly paid off given the fact that it was heavily rinsed all year long.

The a-side of the release was this beauty the duo produced on their Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer. With its booming beat and heavy disco groove, Mark Broom 's presumably sampled "Break 97" is undeniably massive. Once the hi-hats come in and take over at seconds in, there's no saving you. Your primordial urge to dance will take over and the repeating piano loop will stick in your head and never leave.

The tune titled, "Don't Let Get You Down" is beautiful to say the least and it's nearly the year's best. Reggie Watts' endearing vocal work backed up by Tejada's ethereal synth work is pure magic.

Patrick Topping 's may just be the best year for him yet thanks to not only the launch of his own imprint but especially, the 2nd release on his label, Turbo Time. The title track was a massive hit at the tail end of the Summer and in addition, this particular tune, "Galaxy," is a total dance-floor weapon! The arpeggiated, syncopated synth on top of the straight kick is as fierce as they come.

His wizardry with the arpeggiation is unmatched in and for that reason, it stands up as one of the year's best. A very fitting end to the best of house chart would be Andhim 's "Last Song.

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A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing. But the music here is slower-paced, introspective.

In fact, much of the music on his album Loom Dream feels rooted in nature sounds: frog hiccups, fire crackling, rain heard from a distance.

With every new release, Huerco S. In order to inhabit the world as a fully formed human, Nkisi has explained of the Bantu-Kongo worldview, one must master seven directions. One of these trajectories, an introspective one, can foster a communal sense of healing. Nkisi conjures a sort of introspective hypnotism through each of the seven percussive tracks on her full-length debut, all built around brain-rattling Congolese polyrhythms.

They give "I Need You" the feeling of being suspended between two planes, its knees planted on the ground as its spirit drifts to the sky like a prayer. Thank you for being there. You mean so much to me. But a funny thing happens as the song continues its endless build: It pulls you in. What started out forbidding and impenetrable becomes a bubble you live inside. The Tokyo electronic musician is famous for lengthy, off-kilter DJ sets that disorient and envelop in equal measure.

Here, she effortlessly flips the specter of colossal menace into a warm embrace. Do you think Lifetones are far and away better than This Heat? Do you stand in solidarity with DJ Sprinkles in her anti-streaming stance? If, instead, parsing any of the proper nouns above makes you want to throw the whole of experimental music into the ocean, bear with me, and please give a listen to EXPORT. Blending skittering percussion with stoned-out synths and charmingly monotone vocals, EXPORT is warm and playful, a genreless exploration of rhythm.

Shuttered in May this year, it lives on as a label. This album sounds like beautiful ambient music breaking apart into a million pieces after being crushed in a vice. There are hints of many UK dance music genres of the last two decades, too, but as if they were reconstructed from memory while underwater.

All eight songs are five minutes long and no one knows who Topdown Dialectic is. Strangely pleasant and pleasantly strange. In an interview with Resident Advisor from last year, Dutch producer Upsammy Thessa Torsing , a resident at beloved Amsterdam club De School, bristled at the prospect of anyone labeling her music as electro. She strongly preferred to think of her hallucinatory creations as existing in a sort of nebulous, unsettling purgatory. Even by her standards, Branches on Ice is hard to wrap your head around.

With a tracklisting split between aliases like Jungle Jerry, Green Buddha, and Kirk the Flirt, It Takes a Village might be a compilation dedicated to forgotten rave producers. Even with so much ground to cover, Roll With the Punches floats effortlessly along. By Pitchfor k. These are the albums, EPs, and songs that defined the sound of electronic music in Read More. The 50 Best Albums of

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Summon your inner DJ! Get free music now! This music app will always bring the party to you. House Music Radio App app can be listened to with or without the headphones; you can listen to streaming radio whatever you do. If you want to fall asleep to the sound of music, set a timer for a radio station and it will turn off by itself. On the other hand, set an alarm and this free radio station app will turn on at specified time.

Also, you can share radio online with your friends and family. For a quick access, create a shortcut to internet radios free on your home screen.

In order to control the radios, widget of the app will appear in the notification. Create a list of your favorite radio live stations by marking them with a star. Are you a fan of house top music? You are in the right place!

This free online radio has everything that you need. Now you can listen to music online using one of the best free music apps. House music will follow you no matter where you are. House Music Radio App is for those of you, who are desperately looking for the best house music.

If you enjoy listening to club music, then this dj music can also become a part of your android device. Having trouble finding new house music? With this music app you will always be up to date with the latest music. House mixes and a good dj are always the biggest attraction on a party.

Now, you can have both with this free music online. Radio fm for android is the quickest way for you to get to your favorite house music songs. Pick your favorite radio house and let your body move to the sounds of top house music. The wait is over! Download House Music Radio App and experience a non-stop house music party! Available features: - Listening to music radio without headphones - Set a radio alarm - Set timer to play any net radio and sleep timer so that radio station turns off at specific time - The widget of the app will appear in the notification so that you could control online radio even when the app is turned off - Use widget option to set your favorite internet radio as a shortcut on your home screen.

We are very grateful to all those who supported us. Please report bugs. If you have any questions, suggestions, request or comments do not hesitate to contact us at nimaxy91 gmail. Reviews Review Policy. Stream Links Updated! More radio stations added General improvements. View details. Could be. Summer vibes! Until recently, Alan Dixon was not known beyond the UK. A clear example that hits can move away from conventional structures without fear of failure. In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers.

And it keeps Adriatique on the top of the melodic house wave. When a master like Donato Dozzy speaks, the rest of us must listen and try to learn. Without any big stridencies and with an extreme elegance, Donato Dozzy beats us, shakes us from galaxy to galaxy and gives us a warm hug that denies that techno is always violent. It is not every year that a not very famous Danish producer releases a track with Russian vocals at bpm and that it becomes a summer hit.

A total success and, without a doubt, one of the best memories of For sure. Counting original mixes and remixes, the German Lauer has already released more than tracks. His is one of the most fruitful careers in the house scene and to have it always at such a high level seems to be a utopia. His music released in makes him stay among the best artists of the year. After a year of tours, shows and preparation of a book of the same name about his life, the artist from Leipzig wanted to give us an unexpected gift in the form of a single.

The album was released in August, but for weeks his best piece of work had already been pumping adrenaline into the most restless eardrums. Electronic blanks with a strong aroma of pop and an experimental air that can only cause two sensations: passion or rejection.

We bet on the first one. Vocals, once generally rejected in the production of underground electronic music, are gaining in strength in this change of decade. The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres.

Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. Neither one, nor the other.

Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality. Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica.

And each remixer adapts it to different environments. They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode. We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track.

This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light. After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived. Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down.

Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist. With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight.

It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini. This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade. Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track.

It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now. The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label. The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix. Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour.

Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed. Go Out with us. May 28, Trending. Now Week Month. The Best 10 Night Clubs to try out in Paris in Separating creativity from productivity: the obsession with the studio in times of quarantine. Millionaire DJs asking us for charity for their tour managers? No, not exactly.

Xceed Premiere Electric Rescue — A Share Tweet. Mathame — Skywalking [Afterlife] [] From hit to hit without problems. SRVD — The Yard Man [Rekids] [] After a year burning dancefloors, it was already the time for those drums, those warm, even sexy vowels, and that penetrating melody to come out. Palms Trax — To Paradise [Dekmantel] [] Jay Donaldson is German and, by the way, one of the best producers of deep electronica, always far from the characteristic structures of techno and house.

Tophat ft. Adriatique — Craft [Siamese Records] [] In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers.

Adana Twins ft. Blanck Mass — House vs. ANNA ft. Miss Kittin — Forever Ravers [Kompakt Extra] [] Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. CJ Bolland ft. The Advent — Camargue Original Mix [Drumcode] [] Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Toto Chiavetta ft. Coyu — Waking Up From Anxious Dreams Metamorphosis [Suara] [] Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down.

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His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S.

British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs.

But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him. Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down.

Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point. His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar. A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing.

But the music here is slower-paced, introspective. In fact, much of the music on his album Loom Dream feels rooted in nature sounds: frog hiccups, fire crackling, rain heard from a distance. With every new release, Huerco S. In order to inhabit the world as a fully formed human, Nkisi has explained of the Bantu-Kongo worldview, one must master seven directions.

One of these trajectories, an introspective one, can foster a communal sense of healing. Nkisi conjures a sort of introspective hypnotism through each of the seven percussive tracks on her full-length debut, all built around brain-rattling Congolese polyrhythms. They give "I Need You" the feeling of being suspended between two planes, its knees planted on the ground as its spirit drifts to the sky like a prayer.

Thank you for being there. You mean so much to me. But a funny thing happens as the song continues its endless build: It pulls you in.

What started out forbidding and impenetrable becomes a bubble you live inside. The Tokyo electronic musician is famous for lengthy, off-kilter DJ sets that disorient and envelop in equal measure.

Here, she effortlessly flips the specter of colossal menace into a warm embrace. Do you think Lifetones are far and away better than This Heat?

Do you stand in solidarity with DJ Sprinkles in her anti-streaming stance? If, instead, parsing any of the proper nouns above makes you want to throw the whole of experimental music into the ocean, bear with me, and please give a listen to EXPORT. Blending skittering percussion with stoned-out synths and charmingly monotone vocals, EXPORT is warm and playful, a genreless exploration of rhythm. Shuttered in May this year, it lives on as a label.

This album sounds like beautiful ambient music breaking apart into a million pieces after being crushed in a vice. There are hints of many UK dance music genres of the last two decades, too, but as if they were reconstructed from memory while underwater.

All eight songs are five minutes long and no one knows who Topdown Dialectic is. It's filled to the brim with euphoria along with a sprinkling of acid and a classic vocal hook taken from Ten City's '87 house jammy, "Devotion. Back in early , famed record producer and recording artist, Leon Ware passed along and just a few months later, Swedish producer, Henry Rodrick put out what was presumably his tribute to the late producer using the alias, Soul Reductions. He heavily sampled "Got To Be Loved" and pitched it way up taking the tune from its lounge-y origins into peak-time disco territory.

Fast-forward to early and Classic Music Company took it to the masses by giving it the digital exposure it deserved. And it certainly paid off given the fact that it was heavily rinsed all year long. The a-side of the release was this beauty the duo produced on their Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer. With its booming beat and heavy disco groove, Mark Broom 's presumably sampled "Break 97" is undeniably massive.

Once the hi-hats come in and take over at seconds in, there's no saving you. Your primordial urge to dance will take over and the repeating piano loop will stick in your head and never leave. The tune titled, "Don't Let Get You Down" is beautiful to say the least and it's nearly the year's best.

Reggie Watts' endearing vocal work backed up by Tejada's ethereal synth work is pure magic. Patrick Topping 's may just be the best year for him yet thanks to not only the launch of his own imprint but especially, the 2nd release on his label, Turbo Time. The title track was a massive hit at the tail end of the Summer and in addition, this particular tune, "Galaxy," is a total dance-floor weapon! The arpeggiated, syncopated synth on top of the straight kick is as fierce as they come.

His wizardry with the arpeggiation is unmatched in and for that reason, it stands up as one of the year's best. A very fitting end to the best of house chart would be Andhim 's "Last Song. To say the least, it's a totally gorgeous dance track ripe with enough melodic appeal to either make you smile or cry with joy.

Stream the 15 best house tracks of the year uninterrupted via the playlist below:. Music Review. Hip Hop. Indie Rock. Tech House. Chill Dance. Club Night. Event Coverage.

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Your cultural source to the latest news about artists, music, events and more…. Of all the great things your city has to offer, nightlife is not the least of them. Latest music news, comment, reviews and analysis from Xceed. Discover all things to do on a night out. Another year of dancing without a break.

We move a lot. And we share music with each other without rest. We have acquired a more global vision of the electronic music scene.

And we have designed a list of 40 tracks that will serve to remind us, whenever we want, of everything we have experienced in this No orders or rankings: the 40 tracks are ordered by release date and include everything from ambient harmonies to rave sounds. We hope they will make you remember great moments with your favorite people.

It was one of the most talked about tracks last winter and, 11 days after New Year, it was published. We have continued to pay close attention to the rave sounds of and the truth is that it is difficult to find a piece as moving and inspiring, as well as energetic and forceful, as this one. Fabio Giannelli and Alessandro Gasperini had not made much noise until now.

Well, actually, until, at the end of , a certain Dixon began to play a masterpiece in his sessions, a track whose melodies stunned the spirit and lifted the listener while wrinkled frequencies kept the craving for dancing. Until one day we cracked the mystery. It all made sense. From hit to hit without problems. The Giovanelli brothers are one of the great results obtained by Afterlife label, owned by Tale Of Us, since its creation in In , they just waited a month and a half to repeat the feat.

And a track that makes them be among the best of How will Four Tet make its music sound so Four Tet? For us clubbing fans, it drove us crazy. For some, close to the tech-house. For others, extremely dark. It smells like him. Sounds like him. And makes him be among the best artists of After a year burning dancefloors, it was already the time for those drums, those warm, even sexy vowels, and that penetrating melody to come out.

The first of many more to come. Jay Donaldson is German and, by the way, one of the best producers of deep electronica, always far from the characteristic structures of techno and house. His figure as Palms Trax has always been linked to the cult festival Dekmantel, in whose mainstage he frequently performs.

We heard it for the first time at the marathon Afterlife party at the ADE in They played bomb after bomb. One after another. No exception. Until this sounded. Shazams out. No one successful. And months went by. Nearly half a year later, Diynamic was making a move.

It was indeed a diamond in the rough. It was Andy Bros. It makes sense that the legendary Soulwax aka 2ManyDjs remixed it to give us one of the most used and acclaimed tracks of Her choppy bases and claps and, of course, her hypnotic voice and her particular intonation do the rest. Italian Caterina Barbieri has had possibly the best year of her career in It's filled to the brim with euphoria along with a sprinkling of acid and a classic vocal hook taken from Ten City's '87 house jammy, "Devotion.

Back in early , famed record producer and recording artist, Leon Ware passed along and just a few months later, Swedish producer, Henry Rodrick put out what was presumably his tribute to the late producer using the alias, Soul Reductions. He heavily sampled "Got To Be Loved" and pitched it way up taking the tune from its lounge-y origins into peak-time disco territory. Fast-forward to early and Classic Music Company took it to the masses by giving it the digital exposure it deserved.

And it certainly paid off given the fact that it was heavily rinsed all year long. The a-side of the release was this beauty the duo produced on their Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer. With its booming beat and heavy disco groove, Mark Broom 's presumably sampled "Break 97" is undeniably massive.

Once the hi-hats come in and take over at seconds in, there's no saving you. Your primordial urge to dance will take over and the repeating piano loop will stick in your head and never leave.

The tune titled, "Don't Let Get You Down" is beautiful to say the least and it's nearly the year's best. Reggie Watts' endearing vocal work backed up by Tejada's ethereal synth work is pure magic. Patrick Topping 's may just be the best year for him yet thanks to not only the launch of his own imprint but especially, the 2nd release on his label, Turbo Time.

The title track was a massive hit at the tail end of the Summer and in addition, this particular tune, "Galaxy," is a total dance-floor weapon! The arpeggiated, syncopated synth on top of the straight kick is as fierce as they come. His wizardry with the arpeggiation is unmatched in and for that reason, it stands up as one of the year's best.

A very fitting end to the best of house chart would be Andhim 's "Last Song. To say the least, it's a totally gorgeous dance track ripe with enough melodic appeal to either make you smile or cry with joy.

For his debut album, Utility , Barker dug into his archives to see which of his old sketches sounded good when he stripped them back to the studs.

The result is mysterious, weightless. As a whole, Utility is an expression of what techno can be when the most obvious percussive elements go away. Home is an ambiguous concept for Dan Snaith: In his nearly two decades of music-making, the producer has dramatically reinvented himself on an album-by-album basis, veering from glitchy electronica to blown-out shoegaze to kaleidoscopic pop to subaquatic house without ever retracing his steps. But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant.

But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement. His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart.

Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S. British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs.

But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him. Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared.

This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down.

Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point. His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying.

Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar. A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing. But the music here is slower-paced, introspective. In fact, much of the music on his album Loom Dream feels rooted in nature sounds: frog hiccups, fire crackling, rain heard from a distance.

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To varying degrees, on all three tracks, the frame drum is the engine, as toms and snares fight for time in the mix. Sam Barker is wary of taking the easy route in getting people to move their bodies. For his debut album, Utility , Barker dug into his archives to see which of his old sketches sounded good when he stripped them back to the studs. The result is mysterious, weightless. As a whole, Utility is an expression of what techno can be when the most obvious percussive elements go away.

Home is an ambiguous concept for Dan Snaith: In his nearly two decades of music-making, the producer has dramatically reinvented himself on an album-by-album basis, veering from glitchy electronica to blown-out shoegaze to kaleidoscopic pop to subaquatic house without ever retracing his steps.

But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant. But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement. His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart.

Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S. British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs. But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him.

Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down.

Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point.

His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar. A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing.

Counting original mixes and remixes, the German Lauer has already released more than tracks. His is one of the most fruitful careers in the house scene and to have it always at such a high level seems to be a utopia. His music released in makes him stay among the best artists of the year.

After a year of tours, shows and preparation of a book of the same name about his life, the artist from Leipzig wanted to give us an unexpected gift in the form of a single. The album was released in August, but for weeks his best piece of work had already been pumping adrenaline into the most restless eardrums. Electronic blanks with a strong aroma of pop and an experimental air that can only cause two sensations: passion or rejection. We bet on the first one. Vocals, once generally rejected in the production of underground electronic music, are gaining in strength in this change of decade.

The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres.

Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. Neither one, nor the other. Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality. Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors.

Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica. And each remixer adapts it to different environments. They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode. We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track.

This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light. After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived.

Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist. With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight.

It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini. This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade. Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track.

It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now. The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label.

The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix. Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour. Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed. Go Out with us. May 28, Trending. Now Week Month. The Best 10 Night Clubs to try out in Paris in Separating creativity from productivity: the obsession with the studio in times of quarantine.

Millionaire DJs asking us for charity for their tour managers? No, not exactly. Xceed Premiere Electric Rescue — A Share Tweet. Bassy sure are the exception with this recently dropped collaboration titled, "Let It Go. With an SOS Band vocal sample from '86, a straight-forward house rhythm, and a sharp acid line, this ear-worm from Italian producer, Roberto Surace captured the world's attention and held it all year long. Back in March, Riva Starr put out a small remix collection from his full-length, Curveballs.

And on that release was this modern disco masterpiece, "Jill Wears Black. After all, outstanding house music never goes out of style. Especially, this totally infectious solo cut he put out as a follow up on Defected. With its distinctive b-line and catchy vocal hook, it kept the floors full all Summer long. It's filled to the brim with euphoria along with a sprinkling of acid and a classic vocal hook taken from Ten City's '87 house jammy, "Devotion.

Back in early , famed record producer and recording artist, Leon Ware passed along and just a few months later, Swedish producer, Henry Rodrick put out what was presumably his tribute to the late producer using the alias, Soul Reductions. He heavily sampled "Got To Be Loved" and pitched it way up taking the tune from its lounge-y origins into peak-time disco territory.

Fast-forward to early and Classic Music Company took it to the masses by giving it the digital exposure it deserved.

And it certainly paid off given the fact that it was heavily rinsed all year long. The a-side of the release was this beauty the duo produced on their Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer. With its booming beat and heavy disco groove, Mark Broom 's presumably sampled "Break 97" is undeniably massive. Once the hi-hats come in and take over at seconds in, there's no saving you.

Your primordial urge to dance will take over and the repeating piano loop will stick in your head and never leave. The tune titled, "Don't Let Get You Down" is beautiful to say the least and it's nearly the year's best.

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Your cultural source to the latest news about artists, music, events and more…. Of all the great things your city has to offer, nightlife is not the least of them.

Latest music news, comment, reviews and analysis from Xceed. Discover all things to do on a night out. Another year of dancing without a break. We move a lot. And we share music with each other without rest. We have acquired a more global vision of the electronic music scene. And we have designed a list of 40 tracks that will serve to remind us, whenever we want, of everything we have experienced in this No orders or rankings: the 40 tracks are ordered by release date and include everything from ambient harmonies to rave sounds.

We hope they will make you remember great moments with your favorite people. It was one of the most talked about tracks last winter and, 11 days after New Year, it was published. We have continued to pay close attention to the rave sounds of and the truth is that it is difficult to find a piece as moving and inspiring, as well as energetic and forceful, as this one. Fabio Giannelli and Alessandro Gasperini had not made much noise until now.

Well, actually, until, at the end of , a certain Dixon began to play a masterpiece in his sessions, a track whose melodies stunned the spirit and lifted the listener while wrinkled frequencies kept the craving for dancing. Until one day we cracked the mystery. It all made sense. From hit to hit without problems. The Giovanelli brothers are one of the great results obtained by Afterlife label, owned by Tale Of Us, since its creation in In , they just waited a month and a half to repeat the feat.

And a track that makes them be among the best of How will Four Tet make its music sound so Four Tet? For us clubbing fans, it drove us crazy. For some, close to the tech-house. For others, extremely dark. It smells like him. Sounds like him. And makes him be among the best artists of After a year burning dancefloors, it was already the time for those drums, those warm, even sexy vowels, and that penetrating melody to come out. The first of many more to come. Jay Donaldson is German and, by the way, one of the best producers of deep electronica, always far from the characteristic structures of techno and house.

His figure as Palms Trax has always been linked to the cult festival Dekmantel, in whose mainstage he frequently performs. We heard it for the first time at the marathon Afterlife party at the ADE in They played bomb after bomb. One after another. No exception. Until this sounded. Shazams out. No one successful. And months went by. Nearly half a year later, Diynamic was making a move. It was indeed a diamond in the rough. It was Andy Bros. It makes sense that the legendary Soulwax aka 2ManyDjs remixed it to give us one of the most used and acclaimed tracks of Her choppy bases and claps and, of course, her hypnotic voice and her particular intonation do the rest.

Italian Caterina Barbieri has had possibly the best year of her career in Back in March, Riva Starr put out a small remix collection from his full-length, Curveballs. And on that release was this modern disco masterpiece, "Jill Wears Black. After all, outstanding house music never goes out of style.

Especially, this totally infectious solo cut he put out as a follow up on Defected. With its distinctive b-line and catchy vocal hook, it kept the floors full all Summer long. It's filled to the brim with euphoria along with a sprinkling of acid and a classic vocal hook taken from Ten City's '87 house jammy, "Devotion.

Back in early , famed record producer and recording artist, Leon Ware passed along and just a few months later, Swedish producer, Henry Rodrick put out what was presumably his tribute to the late producer using the alias, Soul Reductions. He heavily sampled "Got To Be Loved" and pitched it way up taking the tune from its lounge-y origins into peak-time disco territory.

Fast-forward to early and Classic Music Company took it to the masses by giving it the digital exposure it deserved. And it certainly paid off given the fact that it was heavily rinsed all year long. The a-side of the release was this beauty the duo produced on their Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer. With its booming beat and heavy disco groove, Mark Broom 's presumably sampled "Break 97" is undeniably massive. Once the hi-hats come in and take over at seconds in, there's no saving you.

Your primordial urge to dance will take over and the repeating piano loop will stick in your head and never leave. The tune titled, "Don't Let Get You Down" is beautiful to say the least and it's nearly the year's best. Reggie Watts' endearing vocal work backed up by Tejada's ethereal synth work is pure magic. Patrick Topping 's may just be the best year for him yet thanks to not only the launch of his own imprint but especially, the 2nd release on his label, Turbo Time.

He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S. British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs.

But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him. Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down.

Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point. His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar.

A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing. But the music here is slower-paced, introspective. In fact, much of the music on his album Loom Dream feels rooted in nature sounds: frog hiccups, fire crackling, rain heard from a distance. With every new release, Huerco S. In order to inhabit the world as a fully formed human, Nkisi has explained of the Bantu-Kongo worldview, one must master seven directions.

One of these trajectories, an introspective one, can foster a communal sense of healing. Nkisi conjures a sort of introspective hypnotism through each of the seven percussive tracks on her full-length debut, all built around brain-rattling Congolese polyrhythms.

They give "I Need You" the feeling of being suspended between two planes, its knees planted on the ground as its spirit drifts to the sky like a prayer. Thank you for being there. You mean so much to me. But a funny thing happens as the song continues its endless build: It pulls you in. What started out forbidding and impenetrable becomes a bubble you live inside.

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Sam Barker is wary of taking the easy route in getting people to move their bodies. For his debut album, Utility , Barker dug into his archives to see which of his old sketches sounded good when he stripped them back to the studs. The result is mysterious, weightless. As a whole, Utility is an expression of what techno can be when the most obvious percussive elements go away. Home is an ambiguous concept for Dan Snaith: In his nearly two decades of music-making, the producer has dramatically reinvented himself on an album-by-album basis, veering from glitchy electronica to blown-out shoegaze to kaleidoscopic pop to subaquatic house without ever retracing his steps.

But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant. But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement. His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels.

He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S.

British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs. But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him.

Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared. This year, the label returned with three complementary interpretations of a style that often sounds like a merengue cassette with the fast-forward button glued down.

Duke is part mad scientist, part punk rocker: His beats gallop at tempos upwards of BPM, with screamed vocals pushing everything even more dangerously to the breaking point. His tracks are just as fast as those of his acolytes, but he likes to let his loops run with minimal interference. The effect is gravity-defying. Orbison has tightened his game, his drumwork impressively tidy while the synths soar.

A nice year for these craftsmen who have long been doing their thing. But the music here is slower-paced, introspective. And we thank him for it. We take our hats off to Mr. It was last June 14th in the morning. The Latin producer added this new track to his vast collection. Well, these 3 new tracks. We know that. What could we do? That the microhouse aromas are gaining in popularity is evident. It gets anyone off the couch. Few people at Miami Music Week allowed themselves not to include it in their sets.

Could be. Summer vibes! Until recently, Alan Dixon was not known beyond the UK. A clear example that hits can move away from conventional structures without fear of failure. In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers.

And it keeps Adriatique on the top of the melodic house wave. When a master like Donato Dozzy speaks, the rest of us must listen and try to learn. Without any big stridencies and with an extreme elegance, Donato Dozzy beats us, shakes us from galaxy to galaxy and gives us a warm hug that denies that techno is always violent. It is not every year that a not very famous Danish producer releases a track with Russian vocals at bpm and that it becomes a summer hit. A total success and, without a doubt, one of the best memories of For sure.

Counting original mixes and remixes, the German Lauer has already released more than tracks. His is one of the most fruitful careers in the house scene and to have it always at such a high level seems to be a utopia. His music released in makes him stay among the best artists of the year. After a year of tours, shows and preparation of a book of the same name about his life, the artist from Leipzig wanted to give us an unexpected gift in the form of a single. The album was released in August, but for weeks his best piece of work had already been pumping adrenaline into the most restless eardrums.

Electronic blanks with a strong aroma of pop and an experimental air that can only cause two sensations: passion or rejection. We bet on the first one. Vocals, once generally rejected in the production of underground electronic music, are gaining in strength in this change of decade.

The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres. Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. Neither one, nor the other. Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality.

Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors.

Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica. And each remixer adapts it to different environments. They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode. We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track. This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light.

After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived. Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. The title track was a massive hit at the tail end of the Summer and in addition, this particular tune, "Galaxy," is a total dance-floor weapon! The arpeggiated, syncopated synth on top of the straight kick is as fierce as they come.

His wizardry with the arpeggiation is unmatched in and for that reason, it stands up as one of the year's best. A very fitting end to the best of house chart would be Andhim 's "Last Song. To say the least, it's a totally gorgeous dance track ripe with enough melodic appeal to either make you smile or cry with joy.

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We take our hats off to Mr. It was last June 14th in the morning. The Latin producer added this new track to his vast collection. Well, these 3 new tracks. We know that. What could we do? That the microhouse aromas are gaining in popularity is evident. It gets anyone off the couch. Few people at Miami Music Week allowed themselves not to include it in their sets. Could be. Summer vibes! Until recently, Alan Dixon was not known beyond the UK.

A clear example that hits can move away from conventional structures without fear of failure. In their days, the Swiss duo Adriatique created the Siamese label so that they could explore, experiment with new sounds and discover new facets as producers. And it keeps Adriatique on the top of the melodic house wave. When a master like Donato Dozzy speaks, the rest of us must listen and try to learn.

Without any big stridencies and with an extreme elegance, Donato Dozzy beats us, shakes us from galaxy to galaxy and gives us a warm hug that denies that techno is always violent. It is not every year that a not very famous Danish producer releases a track with Russian vocals at bpm and that it becomes a summer hit.

A total success and, without a doubt, one of the best memories of For sure. Counting original mixes and remixes, the German Lauer has already released more than tracks. His is one of the most fruitful careers in the house scene and to have it always at such a high level seems to be a utopia.

His music released in makes him stay among the best artists of the year. After a year of tours, shows and preparation of a book of the same name about his life, the artist from Leipzig wanted to give us an unexpected gift in the form of a single.

The album was released in August, but for weeks his best piece of work had already been pumping adrenaline into the most restless eardrums. Electronic blanks with a strong aroma of pop and an experimental air that can only cause two sensations: passion or rejection. We bet on the first one. Vocals, once generally rejected in the production of underground electronic music, are gaining in strength in this change of decade.

The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres. Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. Neither one, nor the other. Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality.

Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica. And each remixer adapts it to different environments.

They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode. We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track. This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light.

After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived. Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist.

With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight. It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini.

This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade. Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track. It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now.

The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label. The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix. Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour. Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed. Go Out with us. May 28, Trending.

Now Week Month. The Best 10 Night Clubs to try out in Paris in Separating creativity from productivity: the obsession with the studio in times of quarantine. Millionaire DJs asking us for charity for their tour managers? No, not exactly. Xceed Premiere Electric Rescue — A Share Tweet. Mathame — Skywalking [Afterlife] [] From hit to hit without problems. SRVD — The Yard Man [Rekids] [] After a year burning dancefloors, it was already the time for those drums, those warm, even sexy vowels, and that penetrating melody to come out.

Palms Trax — To Paradise [Dekmantel] [] Jay Donaldson is German and, by the way, one of the best producers of deep electronica, always far from the characteristic structures of techno and house. Tophat ft. Back in early , famed record producer and recording artist, Leon Ware passed along and just a few months later, Swedish producer, Henry Rodrick put out what was presumably his tribute to the late producer using the alias, Soul Reductions.

He heavily sampled "Got To Be Loved" and pitched it way up taking the tune from its lounge-y origins into peak-time disco territory. Fast-forward to early and Classic Music Company took it to the masses by giving it the digital exposure it deserved. And it certainly paid off given the fact that it was heavily rinsed all year long. The a-side of the release was this beauty the duo produced on their Roland Jupiter-8 synthesizer.

With its booming beat and heavy disco groove, Mark Broom 's presumably sampled "Break 97" is undeniably massive. Once the hi-hats come in and take over at seconds in, there's no saving you. Your primordial urge to dance will take over and the repeating piano loop will stick in your head and never leave. The tune titled, "Don't Let Get You Down" is beautiful to say the least and it's nearly the year's best.

Reggie Watts' endearing vocal work backed up by Tejada's ethereal synth work is pure magic. Patrick Topping 's may just be the best year for him yet thanks to not only the launch of his own imprint but especially, the 2nd release on his label, Turbo Time.

The title track was a massive hit at the tail end of the Summer and in addition, this particular tune, "Galaxy," is a total dance-floor weapon! The arpeggiated, syncopated synth on top of the straight kick is as fierce as they come. His wizardry with the arpeggiation is unmatched in and for that reason, it stands up as one of the year's best. A very fitting end to the best of house chart would be Andhim 's "Last Song. To say the least, it's a totally gorgeous dance track ripe with enough melodic appeal to either make you smile or cry with joy.

Stream the 15 best house tracks of the year uninterrupted via the playlist below:. Music Review. Hip Hop. Indie Rock. Tech House. Chill Dance. Club Night. Event Coverage.

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When a master like Donato Dozzy speaks, the rest of us must listen and try to learn. Without any big stridencies and with an extreme elegance, Donato Dozzy beats us, shakes us from galaxy to galaxy and gives us a warm hug that denies that techno is always violent. It is not every year that a not very famous Danish producer releases a track with Russian vocals at bpm and that it becomes a summer hit. A total success and, without a doubt, one of the best memories of For sure.

Counting original mixes and remixes, the German Lauer has already released more than tracks. His is one of the most fruitful careers in the house scene and to have it always at such a high level seems to be a utopia. His music released in makes him stay among the best artists of the year. After a year of tours, shows and preparation of a book of the same name about his life, the artist from Leipzig wanted to give us an unexpected gift in the form of a single. The album was released in August, but for weeks his best piece of work had already been pumping adrenaline into the most restless eardrums.

Electronic blanks with a strong aroma of pop and an experimental air that can only cause two sensations: passion or rejection. We bet on the first one. Vocals, once generally rejected in the production of underground electronic music, are gaining in strength in this change of decade.

The Italian Whitesquare has been experimenting in DJ booths since Whitesquare had always hesitated with house and techno, avoiding limiting himself to just one of those two genres.

Blessed be the day these 2 techno queens decided to spend time together in the studio. Neither one, nor the other. Yeah, vocals again, these much more ragged. They are ravers, after all. The Resolve EP contains 4 tracks, but it is the homonymous one that most captivates us with its simplicity and horizontality.

Because more is not always better. Another of this trends has been the recovery of the trance spirit for club dancefloors. Camargue sounds like glory, like pioneering electronica. And each remixer adapts it to different environments. They all saw the light in a single release on Drumcode. We chose the original one. Last summer, the electronic music DJs closer to intimate proposals surprised us with what seemed like another version but ended up resulting in another track.

This time, it came from the studio of one of the greats of Innervisions, Toto Chiavetta, who would finally release the track on Borders of Light. After a summer of waiting and almost despair, the day arrived.

Since Spaniard Coyu abandoned tech-house rhythms to accelerate the pitch and move into more forceful genres, his facet as a producer had been somewhat slowed down. Or so it seemed… It was back from the summer and Coyu hit the scene with a very long track LP in which he collaborates with people like Moby or The Horrorist. With it, a guy with more than 4 decades of experience as the Danish Kenneth Bager is again in the spotlight.

It was his time. This could be defined in one sentence — something that should never be done — Volume Massimo , the new album by Italian Alessandro Cortini. This is one of the best ambient works of the year and possibly of the whole decade. Solomun was one of the first to squeeze out those purring tones, which already indicated that Diynamic was possibly going to be the label to release the track.

It was, although it took a bit longer than expected. The song belongs to the EP Cabora, which is the debut of the Ukrainian Angelov in Diynamic after Solomun has been using his music for several years now. The original track, recorded at bpm, fits perfectly with the rebellious thinking of Lehar, Musumeci and Olderic, the founders of the Multinotes label. The release offers a more relaxed version of the song, but we keep the bass punch of this Club Mix. Any of her most recent DJ sets have ended up with this half indie, half disco flavour.

Discover the best clubs, festivals and events in your city with Xceed. Go Out with us. Stereotypical, perhaps, but Echo Earth , with its raw sound and big sweeps, is so evocative of green terrain that it feels impossible that it came from anywhere urban. Echo Earth is an A-frame home, a Pinewood derby winner, pottery made on the wheel. A lovingly crafted piece of electronic music whose seams are happily showing. Varying in size, they are deep and wide, and easily portable and playable by hand, making them great for teaching kids.

While far from a household name, Velez has made the frame drum the focal point of his compositions, where its elastic rhythms are completely enchanting. On this EP, Anunaku goes a step further, dripping drum over drum until rhythms that at first feel competitive begin to interweave. To varying degrees, on all three tracks, the frame drum is the engine, as toms and snares fight for time in the mix.

Sam Barker is wary of taking the easy route in getting people to move their bodies. For his debut album, Utility , Barker dug into his archives to see which of his old sketches sounded good when he stripped them back to the studs. The result is mysterious, weightless. As a whole, Utility is an expression of what techno can be when the most obvious percussive elements go away.

Home is an ambiguous concept for Dan Snaith: In his nearly two decades of music-making, the producer has dramatically reinvented himself on an album-by-album basis, veering from glitchy electronica to blown-out shoegaze to kaleidoscopic pop to subaquatic house without ever retracing his steps.

But where some might collapse into pessimism or worse, McFerren finds a kind of grace in the chaos, tempering his quirks into a sound both potent and poignant. But his grooves are leaner and his synths brighter; even at its busiest, his music feels fundamentally at peace. Taking the thundering triplet rhythms of tribal guarachero as her starting point, she wraps textures of wood and leather in the kinds of buzz and throb that the Finnish noiseniks Pan Sonic used to mete out, twisting the knobs on her distortion unit until the whole thing is suffused in the distinctly bitter whiff of an electrical fire.

The titular vocal sample, chopped into oblivion, is a suitable mantra: Nate returned to footwork while recovering from an injury that left him temporarily paralyzed from the waist down, a particularly cruel irony in a scene defined by movement.

His music, which blends Latin strains and house beats, conveys passion to almost strangely deep levels. He does it by layering inventive rhythms with plenty of long tones, something simultaneously for the head and the heart. Exael turned up in various configurations in , releasing a lovely ambient double A-side as Naemi and joining Huerco S.

British electronic producer Sam Shepherd has always exerted remarkable control over his meticulous musical output as Floating Points: With his favored instrument, the Buchla modular synthesizer, he can contour sound waves and alter circuitry to suit his needs.

But Shepherd, like the rest of us, has comparatively little control over his input, and the chaos of the past three years—Brexit, Trump—shook something loose inside him. Out came Crush, a record that vibrates with sadness and anger, buoyed by squelching melodies that flutter and pop. Thank goodness that sample cleared.

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