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Weekly Top 10 House Chart - November 25, 2015

Plenty of tasty sides to go along with your Thanksgiving dinner along with this week's main course served up by Maya Jane Coles.
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The usual suspects are back in this week's House music chart and Maya Jane Coles rightfully holds down the top tune. Other regular favorites included in the chart are UK former Dubstepper Skream, Swiss Techno wizard Deetron, back to basics House loyalist Cuartero, and of course, Green Velvet who returns with a highly anticipated sophomore collaboration with Patrick Topping! 

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1. 'Fixing Fires feat. Archivist (Maya Jane Coles Remix)' - Edu Imbernon

About eight years ago, Maya Jane Coles stepped into the public realm of dance music and ever since then she's been steadily developing her own distinct sound within the genre. This dark and avant-garde style of House music has been uniquely attributed to her and can only be credited uniquely as her own. It's a few steps away from the Garage sound of yesteryear and it keeps a safe distance from the more popular and contemporary sound of Innervisions and Life And Death. 

Maya Jane Coles' remix of Edu Imbernon's "Fixing Fires" was not only premiered right here on Magnetic, but it's now our top House track of the week since it was released this past Friday. It features her own unique signature on an already brilliant tune which comes complete with an impeccable melancholy vocal by The Archivist.   

2. 'If I Could' - Shenoda
[Aus Music]

Shenoda makes his debut on Will Saul's imprint, Aus Music with an EP entitled Labour which features the highly unconventional yet dancefloor friendly tune called "If I Could".

3. 'Liquid Nights' - SEFF
[Underground Audio]

SEFF first struck gold with an early year hit on Hot Creations and he's expected to rock the underground with his latest EP on Underground Audio, which features this infectious dance floor tune entitled "Liquid Nights".

4. 'Equilibrium (Stefan Z Remix)' - Martin Eyerer & Ackermann Feat. Lou
[Tenampa Recordings]

Yet another reliable imprint in my chart this week except this time from Mexico's biggest, Tenampa Recordings! The two different originals on the package are excellent in their own right but it's Stefan Z's otherworldly remix that propels the tune into next level territory. 

5. 'Pollen Spreader (Luca Bacchetti Endless Remix)' - Khen

Luca Bachetti's immaculate remix of "Pollen Spreader" is already a favorite of Dixon's and it's expected to be a favorite of many throughout the Winter and on through BPM as well. 

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6. 'Badboy' - Kuo Climax
[Solid Grooves Records]

Spanish producer Kuo Climax steps up to the plate for his turn on the once event series now record label, Solid Grooves.

7. 'When Is Now' - Patrick Topping & Green Velvet

Green Velvet & Patrick Topping hit a home run last year with their ginormous underground hit, "Voicemail". Now about one year later they've got another trick up their sleeve called "When Is Now."

8. 'Searching (Deetron Dub)' - Fred Everything feat. Jinadu
[Lazy Days Recordings]

The Jazzuelle remix of San Francisco-based producer Fred Everything's "Searching" has already garnered the tune quite a bit of attention but he's not done with it yet as he's commissioned the Swiss remix wiz known as Deetron to provide yet another fire remix.

9. 'Free Falling (Skream Remix)' - Tiefschwarz ft Khan

British producer Oliver Jones aka Skream is historically known for innovating dubstep but these days he's known to produce and remix blazing hot underground tunes that are getting hammered in places like Berghain, Fabric, Circo Loco, Output, etc! Check his latest fire hot redux on the legendary Watergate imprint by none other than Tiefschwarz.

10. 'Hanns Trippy (Cuartero Remix)' - Darius Syrossian
[Do Not Sleep]

After a remarkable season on the white isle of Ibiza, the party brand Do Not Sleep have set out to create their own imprint as well. The first ever release is by Do Not Sleep resident Darius Syrossian and it's called, "Hanns Trippy." The original by Darius is quite infectious and the re-rub by Nathan Barato is a thumper but the Cuartero remix is an absolute belter that deservedly gets placement in my top ten house tracks of the week!

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