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Adana Twins ‘My Computer’ (Diynamic Music)

This track gives a techno-influenced vibe with robotic and deep sounds to Adana Twins' back catalogue.

Danny Tenaglia ‘Don’t Turn Your Back’ (Hot Creations)

No stranger to iconic parties in Miami and Ibiza, Danny Tenaglia creates another dancefloor banger to bring to the house music scene.

Kolsch & Sasha ‘The Light’ (IPSO)

From playing an exclusive set on top of the Eiffel Tower in 2017, to his ground-breaking collaboration with Tiga in 2018, Kolsch has continued to set the world alight with his sophisticated rhythms. 'The Light' is no different, with Sasha lending his hand on the exquisitely produced track.

Enzo Siragusa & Rich NxT ‘See You In Ten’ (Fuse)

Enzo Siragusa teams up with Rich NxT to create this dancefloor weapon, perfect for the underground rave scene.

Barker ‘Paradise Engineering’ (Ostgut Ton)

Barker stimulates your brain in this deeply psychedelic trip through free-floating and futuristic melodies.

Sim Hutchins ‘(Can’t) Find Love In The Club’ (Local Action)

Sim Hutchins takes you on an ambient journey by exploring personal stories, memories and interpretations of love in the club. This gentle rhythm is one likely to be heard both at the beginning and end of the night.

Yak ‘Wide Eye’ (R&S Records)

Yak brings hardcore vibes to this powerful techno track. Bounce!

Shlohmo ‘The End’ (Friends Of Friends)

'The End' was an impactful album for Shlohmo, showing that the Californian native has a consistently good discography since his emergence in 2009. The title track is a melancholy and hauntingly beautiful slow jam, a perfect track to close out the year with.

Kasper Marott ‘Sky Dreams’ (Kulør)

Kasper Marott comes correct with this straight-up banger.

Elliot Adamson ‘Victory Chop’ (Idea)

An upbeat summertime bop perfect for festival raves. Elliot Adamson really creates a sense of triumph on this one.

JVXTA ‘Brawn’ (Homage)

This high energy house remix of 'Brawn' supplies the dancefloor with a euphoric anthem for those peak-time moments - you'll never want to leave the club.

Gerry Read ‘It’ll Be All Over (DJ Koze Remix)’ (Pampa Records)

DJ Koze’s 'Knock Knock' was regarded as one of the best albums of 2018, borrowing talents such as Róisín Murphy and José González for their vocals and producing smooth and silky music to get down to. The remix itself is a funky one, borrowing elements from Koze’s usual production and making Gerry Read’s original release even better.

Prospa ‘Control The Party’ (Rave Science)

Prospa bring a euphoric feel to the dancefloor with this belter. This track is no stranger to the warehouse scene which continues to propel the duo's popularity.

India Jordan ‘Warper’ (Local Action)

The London-based DJ brings a unique meld of extreme LFO bass tweaks and Nitro-jacked drums with this electrifying bassy jam.

Four Tet ‘Anna Painting’ (Text Records)

You’ll be right at home with Four Tet’s 'Anna Painting', featuring his trademark soundscapes that’s he’s known for and even more. After selling-out 4 consecutive nights at the O2 Academy in Brixton last year and releasing countless records that were all successful, it seems the 2020s are going to be another good decade for Kieran Hebden.

Adam Pits ‘Stagga’ (Holding Hands)

Adam Pit bundles jungle, rave and contemporary drum 'n' bass to create this gripping rhythm. He doesn’t fail to show off his epic melodies either.

Dance System ‘Can’t Stop’ (Warehouse Music)

Mella Dee’s Warehouse Music shared Dance System’s ‘Can’t Stop EP' for its 4th release of 2019. The lead track does exactly what it says on the tin.

Skepta ‘Bullet From A Gun’ (Boy Better Know)

Big Smoke’s first track off his 'Ignorance Is Bliss' album set the bar high for the rest of the year for grime, with an emotional instrumental and equally thought provoking bars on lock.

Maceo Plex ‘When The Lights Are Out’ (Ellum Records)

This is prime Maceo Plex. The illustrious producer strikes again.

Unknown Artist ‘Hit It Tool’ (Ghost Phone)

It’s a mystery whoever is behind this UK garage track, but nevertheless it’s a strong candidate for this list. The label Ghost Phone have literally popped out of nowhere and we’re hoping for much more like this.

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