Weekly Top 10 Techno Chart - August 12, 2016

Ten brand new banging tunes just in time for the weekend
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Ten brand new banging tunes just in time for the weekend
Techno Chart

Techno is everywhere these days, but that begs the question: Is the genre really thriving? Hell yes it is!

Take, for example, the variety of quality choons in this week's techno chart including Slam, Dosem, Pan-Pot, Marcel Dettmann, and many more. 

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1. "QUBIT" - JACEO [TRONIC]

Denver based tech house producer, Jaceo signs onto the legendary Tronic for a sophisticated three-tracker that features this ultra smooth production called "Qubit."

2. "BANG THE BOX (SLAM REMIX)" - JACK MASTER [SOMA RECORDS]

Two legends remix another legend's timeless, 23-year-old banger that fittingly stutters the word "BANG."

3. "WHEREVER WE GO" - DOSEM [HOUSTRIKE]

Spanish producer Dosem injects his as-per-usual infectious groove to yet another uptempo jam to add to his résumé.

4. "THE CREEPER" - JEROME HILL [SWORDS]

Electronic music stalwart Jerome Hill gets fierce and nasty on this no-nonsense stomper titled "The Creeper" - which, by the way, is strictly on vinyl.

5. "WIN SOME" - PAN-POT [MOOD]

Berlin duo Pan-Pot land onto Nicole Moudaber's MOOD Records imprint for a dark and minimal trip titled "Win Some."

6. "TALKING TO YOU (JON RUNDELL REMIX)" - JOSH WINK [INTEC]

Josh Wink's "Talking To You" is a staple in Carl Cox's sets so it's no surprise that the tune gets a re-release on the man's label with two stellar remixes from both Cox and Jon Rundell, whose rerub is featured here on the techno chart.

7. "MOVE (MARCEL DETTMANN REMIX)" - CASSY [AUS MUSIC]

Cassy's debut LP quickly gets a remix package which leads off with a very proper remix from the main man himself, Marcel Dettmann!

8. "BLITZ (CALEB CALLOWAY REMIX)" - ALEX LARIO & RANKUN [NEW VIOLENCE RECORDS]

Puerto Rican producer Caleb Calloway provides a deep yet ultra floor-friendly remix of a tune titled "Blitz."

9. "SEMPER" - MONTEL [BEDROCK RECORDS]

"Semper" by Montel is an unusually banging one for Bedrock but I'm sure they've set aside the genre difference simply due to the mere fact that this track is fire hot!

10. "PROWLER" - 2000 AND ONE [BITTEN]

Amsterdam's Bitten Records gets a very well-deserved release from the head honcho himself, 2000 And One

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