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Spotify playlist: Tell your comedown to fuck off with 50 amazing new house tracks

Dance your way back to happiness

  • Funster
  • 21 August 2017
Spotify playlist: Tell your comedown to fuck off with 50 amazing new house tracks

If Monday is your favourite day of the week then you're either unemployed or some kind of sadist because for the most part, if you're into dance music, you're probably going to be struggling when the week begins again.

Whether you danced your little legs off in the club, partied back at the house or even had a chilled one, it's likely you're feeling it a little bit today.

This is why we bring you the best new house playlist every Monday. Now you can listen to some prime new cuts and focus all your attention on the weekend ahead.

Shiny, brand spanking new cuts from Tiga, Four Tet, Carl Cox and Josh Butler are the pick of the house crop this week and if you blast them loud, we're confident you'll have a smile back on your face in no time.

Funster is Mixmag's Deputy Digital Editor, follow him on Twitter here

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