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December is a month synonymous with the statement, 'Winter is a-coming' across the Northern Hemisphere and along with it the rise in the warehouse and underground parties all across the globe. Cold weather ain't gonna keep us from heating up the dancefloor that's for sure. The twelveth month also means that the year is coming to its end and it is time for us to select the best of the best of 2017. But, before we get to that list, we get to have the best of November which was filled with great tech-house releases. Here are the top 15 Tech House tracks that will blow out your speakers and warm the dancefloor. 

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1. ‘Kablam!’ - Kevin Anderson, Ghostea [DESERT HEARTS RECORDS]

Desert Hearts resident Kevin Anderson alongside LA-based producer, Ghostea release this monster track. A track filled with a strong bassline and snippet samples, it will definitely demolish any given dancefloor!

2. ‘Say What?’ - Mirko Di Florio [REPOPULATE MARS]

The Italian producer, DJ Mirko Di Florio collaborates with this magnificent track on the Repopulate Stars Pt.1 compilation. This is a song from the Repopulate Mars label that is worth every play.

3. ‘Sweat (On The Walls) Franky Rizardo Remix’ - John Tejada [Defected]

The Defected resident, Franky Rizardo, remixes a classic John Tejada track. His updated version rolls with a solid bassline and shuffling hi-hats. It is a great revival of this classic house track. 

4. ‘The Energy of The Room (Joeski Remix)’- Nightsteppaz, Roland Clark [Vibe Me To The Moon]

Vibe Me To The Moon is the fresh new label from Amsterdam and New York City-based production and DJ duo, Nightsteppaz. To lead the new release is this amazing remix from Joeski. The track has a driving groove and uplifting drops, along with great voice and vocals from Roland Clark.

5. Moan (Stefano Noferini Remix) - Leonardo Gonnelli [Circus Recordings]

Leonardo Gonnelli along with Stefano Noferini debuts on Circus Recordings with this sexy, clean and straight up groove track. This one is for dancefloors and beach parties around the globe.

6. ‘Bad Kids’ - Bizen Lopez [Suruba X]

Bad Kids Ep is the latest release from Bizen Lopez on Suraba X label. The title track has some minimal influences and powerful groove making it perfect for an after-hours set.

7. ‘Rock & Roll’ - Dennis Cruz [Solid Grooves records]

Dennis Cruz doesn’t need any introduction here. His tracks are constantly appearing on all the charts and this time wouldn’t be different. 'Rock & Roll' has a hypnotic pattern, along with shuffling snares and an inspiring vocal. Another solid work from the best producer of the year named by DJ Awards.

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8. ‘Stop It’ - Fisher (OZ) [Dirtybird]

Following the massive summer track “Ya Kidding”, ‘Stop it’ is another hit from Fisher (OZ). The track's verse “moving up and down, side to side like a rollercoaster” paired with the infectious bassline drives will drive any crowd into a frenzy.

9. ‘Keep Pushin (Harder)’ - Green Velvet, Riva Starr [Snatch! Records]

To celebrate Snatch’s 100th release, the label's owner, Riva Starr teams up with Chicago’s House/Techno legend Green Velvet to offer this stomping tech-house cut.

10. ‘I Feel Good’ - Green Velvet, Riva Starr [Snatch! Records]

Completing the celebratory Keep Pushin (Harder) EP, ‘I Feel Good’ adds up a funky groove played with Velvet’s spoken vocal lines. Two great tracks from two well-known artists to commemorate a well-deserved landmark for Snatch! Records.

11. ‘World In Action’ - CamelPhat, Mat.Joe [Elrow Music]

With a diverse array of talented artists, Elrow Music holds a big role in the tech-house world right now. This time they have two of the top artists of the year, CamelPhat and Mat.Joe debuting on the label with World in Action’, a dancefloor killer from the two-track Bang 2 Drum EP.

12. ‘Mood Organs’ - Musumeci [Diynamic]

The EP title, Mood Organs, is inspired by a dystopian instrument  from the novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, called a Penfield Mood Organ. The device is used to regulate emotions. In this case, Musumeci expresses his emotions through his music and 'Mood Organs' is one helluva an example of it!

13. ‘Back To The Future’ - Steve Lawler, Darius Syrossian [Do Not Sleep]

Back To The Future EP opens up with the track title. This outstanding track rolls with re-sampled echoing vocals, low-end bassline, and passive drums. A mesmerizing and hypnotic trip.

14. ‘Dance Naked’ - Demarzo [Repopulate mars]

The opening track of the Repopulating Stars EP series. London-based producer, Demarzo uses captivating vocal loops layered with bright hi-hats and a shuffled drum pattern, resulting in a funky and evolving groove.

15. ‘Be Sharp Say Nowt’ - Patrick Topping [Hot Creations]

The label's prodigy artist, Patrick Topping, brings another 'hands up in the air' tune. Be Sharp Say Nowt has Topping’s signatures bassline along with a playful rise driven by a great female vocal. No doubt it leads up to be one of his best tracks of the year.

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