The Top 15 tunes of November are here to warm up those dancefloors!

The year is coming to end and we bring you the last chart of 2018. Regardless of the cold weather, the list is nothing short of fire with an armory of outstanding tracks that are meant to ignite any crowd. This chart will bring blissful moments, wide smiles and bring many, many hands up. Prep those speakers and feel the impact of the top 15 tech-house tracks of November 2018. 

 1. 'Lucky' - Eli Brown, Solo Tamas [Moon Harbour]

Solo Tamas and Eli Brown are two new, fast-rising talents debuting on Moon Harbour records with this outstanding track. ‘Lucky’ is a colorful and quirky house music designed squarely for the floor and is sure to get huge results. 

 2. 'Push Pull' - OFFAIAH [Defected]

OFFAIAH returns to Defected with this fresh and popping house track. ‘Push Pull’ delivers, with a deep, rolling bassline and tension-building drops that will guarantee a euphoria to any dancefloor.

 3. 'Praise you' - Joshwa [Glasgow Underground]

Fatboy Slim’s iconic tune gets a storming remix by Josh Dickens a.k.a Joshwa. This lovely, feel-good track has been smashing dancefloors around the planet and it couldn't be missed here on this monthly chart.

 4. 'Danzer' - Darius Syrossian [Hot Creations]

Darius Syrossian delivers one of the best tracks of the year so far. This amazing club banger brings up the ecstasy, as does a well-treated vocal and an insatiable drums. 

 5. 'Hanging Tree' - Michael Bibi [Repopulate Mars]

London-based DJ and producer Michael Bibi debuts on imprint with "Hanging Tree." Bibi delivers stunning beats with seductive vocals, creating a robust and infectious dancefloor hit.

 6. 'Turned Up' - Vibe Killers [Sola]

UK DJ/producer Vibe Killers returns on Solardo’s highly respected Sola label with a fiery two-track EP titled Turned Up. This groovy track rolls with an addictive bassline, tight percussions, and poisoning melodies.

 7. 'Do it like this' - Biscits [Solotoko]

Another UJ DJ and producer that has been on fire is Biscits. He debuts on Sonny Fodera's Imprint with two-track Ep titled Do It Like This. Two prominent tech-house cuts that showcase the great talent of this emergent producer. 

 8. 'Hey Pablo' - Anti Up [Up the Anti Records]

Anti Up is Chris Lake’s new project, joining forces with another house master Chris Lorenzo. “Hey Pablo" is a killer track that comes out with their brand new imprint Up The Anti Records.

 9. 'Relax!' - Wongo, Cut Snake [Insomniac Records]

With a special premiere here on Magnetic Mag, ‘Relax!’ leads the latest EP from Wongo on Insomniac Records. This groovy and dark track is a sexy tech house cut that saw him collaborating on production duties with fellow Aussie Cut Snake

10. 'Awooo' - Doorly, Tan Dem [Crosstown Rebels]

Doorly teams up with rising star Tan Dem once more to release this funky, sexy and uplifting tune on Crosstown Rebels. "Awooo" is part of Damian Lazarus Spirits II compilation, which features the most desirables tracks of the label this far.   

11. 'Akira' - Nhan Solo [Mother Recordings]

The label’s chairman, Nhan Solo, brings another huge house music track on Mother Recordings. The track bursts with percussive energy along with robust synths and shiny vocals add color on top of vigorous drums. A perfect track to bring up the energy on dancefloors.   

12. 'Mars Needs Women' - Sharam Jey, Jean Bacarreza [Delicious Recordings]

Tech house thrillers Sharam Jey and Jean Bacarreza team up once more to bring another dancefloor killer. “Mars Needs Women’ is part of three-track EP released this time on Delicious Recordings.  

13. 'My Dong kong' - Fachini [Delicious Recording]

Brazilian rising star Fachine brings “My Dong Kong," a vibrant tech-house cut that closes out the three-track EP release on Delicious Recordings

14. 'BongBeat' - Super Flu [Monaberry]

The famous duo allure us with a provocative track called "BongBeat.". The perfect blend of tribal elements and techy sounds provide a darker, driving twist with a pulsating beat. 

15. 'Rock and Roll' - Francesco Dinoia [Lapsus Music]

Italian producer Francesco Dinoia lands on Lapsus Music with his hot and crunchy tech house Rock & Roll EP. This fresh cut rolls with a vigorous bassline and snappy hats, touching up the renowned sample from Who da Funk "Shiny Disco Balls." 

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