Weekly Top 10 House Chart - November 11, 2015

Electronic music's flagship genre is back with ten more big tunes to fill the chart this week.
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Electronic music's flagship genre is back with ten more big tunes to fill the chart this week.
Reset Robot

Rough textures and dark tones fill out the top ten house music chart this week including big ones from Night Talk, Bastian Bux, and the number one tune of the week recipient, Reset Robot!

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1. 'Rebellion' - Reset Robot
[Truesoul]

'Rebellion' by Reset Robot on Adam Beyer's Truesoul imprint is the number one tune this week and it's an absolute belter that packs just as much punch as it does groove!

2. 'Triade' - Traumer
[Get Physical Music]

'Triade' by Parisian artist Traumer is a slow burning masterpiece that steps about 100 steps away from his past material into a land filled with psychadelic melodies and exotic soundscapes. 

3. 'Forward' - Chevalier [DFTD]

Chevalier is a new collab between two Brazilian producers, Antonio Eudi and Warung resident Paulo Boghosian. Their debut release ‘Double Dealin’ EP’ features this sun-kissed balearic beauty called "Forward."  

4. 'Bug Of June (Night Talk Remix)' - nuemp [AYM Music]

Swiss newcomer nuemp makes his debut on AYM with a stunning EP entitled Bug Of June and the title track gets this floor-ready remix by label-head Lukas Horst aka Night Talk! For more nuemp, listen to Magnetic's premiere of the original 'The Hain', released on the same EP.

5. 'Break-a-Dawn' - Doorly
[Cajual Records]

Martin Doorly returns to the legendary Cajual imprint for a funky hip-hop sampled four to the floor jam.

6. 'Mark Of Passion' - Lord Leopard
[Edible Records]

Nick Harris is known for running the seminal house music label NRK and Dan Pearce is known to be the man behind the monikor Eats Everything. Together these two have formed a new label called Edible Records which features the uber funky four on the floor track entitled 'Mark Of Passion'.

7. 'Been A Long Time (Rhythm Masters Main Mix)' - The Fog
[Murk Records]

The UK duo Rhythm Masters give this 1993 classic by The Fog (Oscar G & Dorothy Mann) a fresh well deserved re-rub.

8. 'Stush '97' - Beigean
[Hungarian Hot Wax]

Vinyl only alert! Beigean is a UK born Australian based producer and he has the honors of producing Hungarian Hot Wax' premiere release.

9. 'Alright we'll be (M.ono Remix)' - Detroit Swindle
[Heist Recordings]

M.ono's acid-tinged re-rub of Detroit Swidle's 'Alright we'll be' features on the vinyl only EP release called The Roundup Part II.

10. 'Screenshot' - Bastian Bux
[Suara]

The latest Suara Showroom series features this raw and aggressive four on the floor choon entitled "Screenshot." 

Stream the entire top ten as a playlist below!