Charlotte De Witte's remix of "Space Raiders" easily tops the February chart.

Charlotte De Witte's remix of "Space Raiders" easily tops the February chart while a couple of Pig&Dan's tunes from their latest Drumcode E.P. feature prominently. Other particularly notable additions to the chart are a couple of remixes taken from the second edition of Oliver Huntemann's remix L.P. Top those off with ten other cutting-edge choons and you have yourself a very raucous playlist that should easily annoy your neighbors. 

1. "SPACE RAIDERS (CHARLOTTE DE WITTE REMIX)" - EATS EVERYTHING [KNEADED PAINS]

Eats Everything's debut on Kneaded Pains last October was quite large thanks to the old school rave riff which Charlotte De Witte has kept in tact on her own remix while upping the tempo and adding a very compressed kick-drum.  

2. "LOST IN LOVE (VOX MIX)" - RENNIE FOSTER [MOONLIGHT RECORDS]

Western Canada in the house on this one with Vancouver's Rennie Foster going deep and Detroit on Calgary based label, Moonlight Records. 

3. "SILK" - RECONDITE [HOTFLUSH]

Recondite's fourth ever release just dropped on Hotflush and the title track is this sparse beauty that will have your mind wandering to a far off place.

4. "WATCH WHAT YA DOING" - PATRICK TOPPING [TRICK]

Patrick Topping's got a new label to boast about thanks to this absolute, floor-shredder which kicks it off.

5. "LOSING PART OF ME" - PIG&DAN [DRUMCODE]

Pig&Dan's gnarly bass-fills juxtaposed with the emo-driven vocal sample is what makes "Losing Part Of Me" exceptionally effective.

6. "VERTIGO (OLIVIER GIACOMOTTO REMIX)" - OLIVER HUNTEMANN [SENSO SOUNDS]

Oliver Huntemann's 2017 L.P., Propaganda gets a second remix package and sitting in third position on the release is this epic remix of "Vertigo," coming courtesy of the French production wiz himself, Olivier Giacomotto

7. "INFINITY" - PIG&DAN [DRUMCODE]

With it's dramatic chord progression and and an intense breakdown to go along with it, Pig&Dan's title track on their newest Drumcode release is destined for dance-floor domination. 

8. "UNITE" - COYU FEAT. GABRIELLA VERGILOV [SUARA]

The big cat enlisted the sensual vocals of Gabriella Vergilov for this particular banger which is scheduled for release on Coyu's upcoming full-length due out on June 17th.

9. "MALARIA (SHADED'S DARK STAB REMIX)" - OLIVER HUNTEMANN [SENSO SOUNDS]

Pull out that trusty 'ole screw-face for this dirty remix courtesy of L.A. producer, Shaded.

10. "NEVER BEEN TO DETROIT" - CHRISTIAN NIELSEN [EXPLOITED GHETTO]

Danish producer, Christian Nielsen lays down quite the three-tracker for Exploited. Especially the lead tune with the cheeky title, "Never Been To Detroit." Turn this one all the way up! 

11. "HERMES" - SACCAO & IBERIAN MUSE [AUDIOMATIQUE RECORDINGS]

Modern techno never sounded so good thanks to this collaboration between Greek producer, Saccao and Russian duo, Iberian Muse. 

12. "DEPARTURE (TALE OF US INTRO EDIT)" - MATHAME [AFTERLIFE]

For Mathame's first individual release on Afterlife, they brought on the label-bosses to edit the b-side with their signature sound which is commonly copied but never replicated.

13. "THE ACID" - A*S*Y*S [FE CHROME]

Frankfurt's acid connoisseur, Frank Ellrich never holds back when it comes to acid techno and his latest squelcher is no exception whatsoever.  

14. "UNDERSTAND" - NIC FANCIULLI [REKIDS]

After appearing on Rekids back in 2012 as a remixer, Nic Fanciulli makes a welcomed return to the label with a pair of underground groovers including this very title track, "Understand."

15. "NEVER GROW OLD (MARK BROOM DUBPLATE MIX)" - FLOORPLAN [EPM MUSIC]

Just as the title would suggest, Floorplan's "Never Grow Old" will be forever young thanks to the flurry of remixes that have continued to hit the scene like this uptempo revision from the legend that is Mark Broom.

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