The Summer has peaked with the hottest month of the year. July has come and gone, but it has left us with 15 groovy, sexy and playful solid tracks that will bring smiles to the beautiful faces and footloose step to crowds around the globe. This month's chart was all about remixing classic tracks and heavy use of vocal samples to characterize an even bigger Summer anthem. It is time to heat it up with the best Tech-House tunes of July 2018.
1. ‘Dopamine Machine’ - Ali Love, Camelphat [Defected]
Camelphat is back on Defected with another killer track. This time, the British duo team up with Ali Love to deliver another robust dancefloor-oriented track. 'Dopamine Machine' has intoxicating vocal samples and drumbeats fit perfectly and played to the highest ecstasy.
2. ‘Losing It’ - Fisher (OZ) [Catch & Release]
3. ‘Take It’ - Dom Dolla [Sweat It Out]
The strange, but nice vocals of this groovy track were produced in a hotel room during Dom Dolla's tour of the West Coast in the US. Back in Australia, Dom Dolla put together this "Dirtybird-style" track where the gritty vocals blend really well with the swinging bassline.
4. ‘Be Somebody’ - Solardo [Ultra]
The British duo from Manchester, drop another summer anthem that is ready to blow up dancefloors around the globe. Their take of the old school house track, 'Everybody Be Somebody,' is a modern tech-house tale that will make you lose your body in the club.
5. ‘Shake Your Body’ - George Smeddles [Under No Illusion]
George Smeddles debuts on the Under No Illusion label with a stunning EP titled, How I Fell. Keeping his incomparable groove and skills to manage catchy samples, 'Shake Your Body' is a perfect example of a result of his creative work.
6. ‘Ain’t Nobody’ - Chus & Ceballos [Knee Deep in Sound]
One of the most prestigious duos in electronic music drop a 'go to' track on the infamous Knee Deep in Sound imprint. 'Ain't Nobody' rolls with soft percussive elements, dark synths, and stomping drum beats.
7. ‘I Feel Like It’ - Bizen Lopez [Sibil-La Music]
Bizen Lopes is back on his own imprint with a massive 4-track EP. Leading the release is 'I Feel Like It,' a mesmerizing track layered with a pretty vocal and choppy percussion drums. Feel the groove and enjoy the dance moves.
8. ‘Welcome to My Planet’ - Thompson, Jens Lissat [Monkey League]
Light up the dancefloors with this "back to the future" track. This remarkable tune will bring you back to the 90's with hooks from the underground classic, 'Set You Free' by Planet Soul.
9. ‘Candy’ - Sonny Fodera & Danny Howard Feat. Gene Harris [Solotoko]
Sonny Fodera is teaming up with BBC Radio1's own Danny Howard to release their, Candy EP. 'Candy' offers a weighty, no-hold-barred dancefloor cut featuring the distinctive voice of Chicago's dance icon, Gene Farris.
10. ‘Parallax’ - Luuk Van Dijk [Hot Creations]
Amsterdam-based, Luuk van Dijk has been welcomed into the Hot Creations family this past July with his heavy-hitting Parallax EP. Due to its kick drum and minimalist synth the title-track, 'Parallax' is set to cause a serious stir at festivals and clubs this summer.
11. ‘No Good (Start the Dance)’ - Mike Vale [Glasgow Underground]
Mike Vale is back on Glasgow Underground with another monster re-work that came out this past month amongst other amazing remixes. He brings back the Prodigy's classic, 'No Good' by adding his signature bassline, turning it into another summer anthem.
12. ‘You Say (James Dexter Remix)' - Gruuve [Lemon-Aid Music]
You Say EP is being released on Dennis Cruz's imprint, Lemon-Aid Music with four big hits. James Dexter creates a gloomy, percussive and danceable track with a minimal approach that took Gruuve's original title-track, 'You Say' and turned it into a beastly banger to shake up the crowds.
13. ‘Finder (Matador Remix)’ - Ninetoes [Kling Klong]
To celebrate five years of 'Finder' since its first release, Kling Klong drops two remixes made by heavyweight DJs; Carl Cox and Matador. Not much more to be said about one of the most played tracks of this century!
14. ‘Let Me Try’ - Kry Wolf, DJ Rae [Toolroom]
Recognized by their creative and varied production styles, Kry Wolf brings a sleazy, after-hours record with some awesome lyrics sang by, DJ Rae. This true tech-house track rolls perfectly with analog synths and uplifting wind instrument.