The summer is coming to an end, but the music doesn’t stop. After a hectic Ibiza season, it is time to look forward and be prepared for the icy months to come. And how do we do that? We keep looking for hot tracks and awesome artists that will make steam up the dancefloors. Here are the top 15 tech-house tracks of September 2018 that were carefully curated to warm your soul and jack your body on the dancefloor!
1. 'Deceiver' – Green Velvet, Chris Lake [Black Book Records]
Two dance music legends collaborate to deliver an astonishing tech house track released on Chris Lake’s own label Black Book Records. "Deceive" infuses deep vocal loops with pounding bassline resulting in a tight and rocky beat ready to tremble dancefloors.
2. 'Doctor Zouk' – Jamie Jones, David Berrie [Hot Creations]
Hot Creations headmaster, Jamie Jones, joins forces with New York’s, David Berrie, to release a bouncy, dancefloor-club track. "Doctor Zouk" has an obscure and wonky vibe but with a playful and dynamic atmosphere. A signature of Jaime Jone’s production.
3. 'Star (Dub version)' - Nic Fanciulli, Mark Fanciulli [Play It Say It]
Brothers, Nic and Mark Fanciulli, team up and break out a remarkable tech-house cut featuring a sample from Rose Royce’s gem "Wishing On A Star." The track comes out on Seth Troxler’s imprint, Play It Say It.
4. 'Promised Land' – Kinnerman [Kaluki Musik]
Kinnerman returns to Kaluki Misik label with this solid tech-house track. His latest production, "Promised Land" is showing to be one of his most accomplished and biggest track to date yet. The track is already causing a buzz wherever it is played and is a promising one for the upcoming season.
5. 'Pornographic Creatures' – Ordonez [Brobot Records]
The Ecuadorian producer released his latest single on Junior Sanchez’s label, Brobot Records. This elegant track rolls with pumping bassline, a Sitar instrument riff, and hypnotic vocals.
6. 'Fue Asi' – Andre Gazola [303Lovers]
7. 'K-town' – ALTO [Resonance Records]
Alto is a prodigy producer from London and debuts on Resonance Records with a killer 2 track EP. ‘K-Town’ is an incredibly mature production considering that Alto is only 15 years old. Definitely, a new great artist to keep your ears on.
8. 'Faustino' – Nick Curly [8bit]
Nick Curly’s first solo EP of 2018 arrives on his own 8bit label and sees him deliver another powerful dancefloor cut.
9. 'To the Beat' – Manuel De La Mare, Chick Luv Us [303Lovers]
Manuel De La Mare collaborates with Chick Luv Us, a French duo with releases on Relief and Snatch!, on this uplifting and awesome track. 'To the Beat’ leads the album compilation Tale of Lovers, released on La Mare’s own label, 303Lovers.
10. 'Beat that Drum' – Dave Sol, Roland Clark [Stealth Records]
Miami based DJ and producer, Dave Sol delivers an infectious tune “Beat That Drum” with the powerful voice of Roland Clark. Get your body moving to the infectious rhythms of these marvelous drums.
11. 'Medication (Prok & Fitch Remix)' – Erick Morillo, Jamie Jones, Gene Farris [Subliminal]
UK house heroes, Prok & Fitch add their spice to this stunning track resulting in a delicious groovy piece of tech-house magic that will instantly get heads nodding.
12. 'Mangonada' – Emery Warman [Moon Harbour Recordings]
Rapidly rising through the ranks of house and techno, Hungarian Emery Warman comes to Moon Harbour records with his tangled ‘Mangonada’ track. The tune weaves roaming synths and silky drums, rolling to a constant hypnotic trip.
13. 'History of Groove (Technasia Remix)' - Secondcity [Elrow Music]
Charles Siegling aka Technasia takes the carnivalesque 'History of Groove’ tune and turns it to a complete tech-house beast. His signature bassline brings it to a tech-ier vibe yet keeping the soulful elements. This track is just ready to tear up some dancing shoes.
14. 'Godfather’s Dance' – Andrew Meller [Saved Records]
Andrew Meller debuts on Fanciulli’s renowned Saved Records with a serious underground cut. ‘Godfather’s Dance’ rolls with a warm and funky bass line, tribal percussion and some great horn additions that really add to that dance floor energy.
15. 'Shady Love' – Michael Bibi, Leftwing : Kody [Solid Grooves Record]
Leftwing: Kody & Michael Bibi present their dancefloor-ready collaboration "Shady Love" A tune driven by catchy vocals supported by intricate drums and thumping bassline. Surely a track that will hit the spot across the board