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Erika de Casiar ‘Do My Thing’ (Independent Jeep Music)

The Denmark-based singer/songwriter creates the ultimate chilled vibe in this perfect mix between r'n'b and neo-soul, making you crave that summer sun.

Loco Dice ‘Roots (DJ Tennis Remix)’ (Desolat)

Here’s another DJ Tennis addition. This time it’s the artist's sublime remix of Loco Dice’s 'Roots', a track that has garnered a huge following from partygoers, being played at clubs and festivals across the world.

Georgia ‘About Work The Dancefloor' (The Black Madonna remix) (Domino)

The Black Madonna’s remixes are always mega. On this one, the American DJ takes Georgia's 80s pop sound and creates a vibrant 2019 house tune.

Anz ‘Help Your Two Hips Move’ (2 B Real)

Anz specialises in effervescent, genre-blurring club material and 'Help Your Two Hips Move' is no different.

James Messiah ‘Natural Born Killers’ (Levels)

The South London-born poet creates a calm yet intense vibe with a slow beat and his literary vocals where he testifies to a newfound earthly love and guilt free living.

Krystal Klear ‘Euphoric Dreams’ (Running Back)

A sense of euphoria is one we crave day and night, but with Krystal Klear’s 'Euphoric Dreams' we can indulge ourselves whenever we like.

Calibre ‘Break That’ (The Nothing Special)

A beautifully mixed track from Calibre released early on in 2019. From the EP under the same name, it’s one of the numerous releases from the DJ this year. This, in particular, is an addictive, garage/deep house groove.

Erika de Casier ‘Little bit’ (Independent Jeep Music)

Danish artist Erika de Casier creates this smooth r'n'b tune, a stunning record brimming with personality, depth, and texture.

Patrick Topping ‘Turbo Time’ (Trick)

You know the drill. It’s Patrick Topping with 'Turbo Time', aka a stupendous club stomper.

Kornél Kovács ‘Marathon’ (Studio Burnhus)

There’s something strikingly emotional about 'Marathon'. Whether it may be the vocals from Swedish pop duo Rebecca & Fiona that stir up deep feelings, or the brilliant production by Kornél, it’s hard not to like what the Swedish producer has drummed up.

Four Tet ‘Teenage Birdsong’ (TEXT RECORDS)

'Teenage Birdsong' was Four Tet’s second solo single since his 2017 album 'New Energy'. Built around looped flute, fuzzy synth hums, and kettle drum patter the track offers more than just groove and rhythm as it gets you in your feels too.

Fixate and Double 99 ‘Ripgroove’ (Ice Cream Records)

Fixate brings a remix to the timeless garage classic ‘Ripgroove’. Putting in the best of jungle styles and bringing it back into the newest bass culture, as made famous by that Sherelle Boiler Room session.

Fracture ‘Big Up The Ladies’ (Astrphonica)

One of the best high speed tracks released this year - no question.

Special Request ‘Vortex 150’ (Houndstooth)

This track from Special Request just keeps on rising and rising, until it reaches its breaking point and all hell breaks loose.

The Comet Is Coming ‘Summon The Fire’ (Impulse!)

Electro-prog-jazz threesome The Comet Is Coming create a beast of a groove, topped with Shabaka Hutchings' electrifying sax playing.

Floating Points 'LesAlpx' (Ninja Tune)

It’s been a big year for Floating Points. He released his second studio album 'Crush' which garnered positive reviews across the board and he played sets across the world. 'LesAlpx' is kind of a homage to his success this year, with a triumphant bassline underpinning one of the hottest tracks of the year.

Bonobo ‘Ibrik’ (Fabric Worldwide)

Another immersive beat from the brilliantly consistent Bonobo.

Fiorious ‘I’m Not Defeated part II' (Honey Dijon’s Undefeated Dub) (Glitterbox Recordings)

A powerful call-to-resistance club anthem, 'I'm Not Defeated' is the debut Glitterbox single from Fiorious, a celebration of activism, visibility and the history of the LGBTQ struggle. Honey Dijon gives the track a bubbling rework.

Octavian feat Skepta & Michael Phantom ‘Bet’ (Black Butter Records)

If you haven't raised gunfingers to this in 2019 then where the hell have you been?!

Paul Woolford feat Karen Harding ‘You Already Know’ (Positiva)

Iconic DJ and producer Paul Woolford teams up with singer/songwriter Karen Harding to create a summer uplifter with soaring vocals and Paul’s vintage-sounding chord patterns.

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