Chris Forshaw Picks His Top 5 Tracks of 2015

The top tracks of 2015 from one of the industry's leading tastemakers
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The top tracks of 2015 from one of the industry's leading tastemakers

Chris Forshaw is a Deep/Tech House mogul who runs New Violence Records and Nightcolour Recordings.

Both labels have picked up steam this past year with releases from Javier Orduña, Luminer Agaric, Sasha Dive, Tripmasterz, Nikola Gala and Spencer K.

With his ear fully to the ground, in total sync with the scene, he's the perfect person to ask for 5 influential tracks of 2015.

Chris Forshaw's Top 5 of 2015

1. Trevino – 'Eclipse'
[Klockworks]

Marcus Intalex can do no wrong with his Trevino project. Timeless.

2. Kevin Over – 'Basic Cut'
[Get Physical Music]

Pure Chicago warehouse vibes from one of the producers of 2015.

3. Johnny D – Ellic 
[8Bit]

The master of percussive dancefloor grooves presents this dark driving number with big strings.

4. Sante – 'We Came' 
[Viva Ltd]

No nonsense peak time stuff from the Avotre boss.

5. Lewis Boardman – 'Believe In Something' 
[Desolat]

Very hard to pick just one track from one of my favourite producers of this year but this one ticks all the groove boxes.

Check out the latest release on New Violence and Nightcolours:

Marcos In Dub - Weird World Ep on New Violence Records

Nightcolours 005 - Luminér - In The Caves EP