It's time to embrace the bouncy rhythms and listen to our Top Tech House releases of March 2019.

In pursuit of outdoor activities and parties, March is the month when spring officially starts to make its comeback! The warmer weather brings with it a range of cheerful and uplifting tones in house music and inspires producers to brighten up the grooves and scale up those BPMs. Get your gear ready for the upcoming party season; enjoy, download and play the top tech house tracks of March 2019. 

1. 'Rose' – Juanito [Maya]

Jonathan Aguilar, known under the moniker of Juanito is a talented DJ / producer born in France in the late '80s and now based in Barcelona. His latest release "Rose," is a killer track that has been topping tech house charts around the world including our own.

2. 'Get Loose' - CASSIMM, Vanilla Ace [Glasgow Underground]

"Get Loose" combines Vanilla Ace's expert sample digging skills with CASSIMM's brilliant beat-making and delivers a cool, driving house groove with a killer vocal loop.

3. 'Body Funk (Dom Dolla Extended Mix)' - Purple Disco Machine, Dom Dolla [Club Sweat]

One of the most notable club tracks of recent times, "Body Funk" comes with a range of remixes with an incredible line up of producers set to make their mark as the distinguished club anthem of the season. Those lining up for remixes include dance legend, Carl Cox; German producer, Claptone; and Australian rising star, Dom Dolla.

4. 'Up To No Good' - Casual Villain [Sub Society]

Sub Society label returns with Casual Villain's In The Big House EP. The uplifting tech house tune is sampled with the lovely vocals from "You’re No Good for Me" by Kelly Charles and outstanding beats.

5. 'Dance Machine' - Ben Sterling [Edible]

Ben Sterling lands on Eats Everything's Edible imprint with a driving acid house tune titled "Dance Machine." With a mischievous acid-tinged bassline and with a monotonous, robotic vocal hook, Sterling slips in the drops and rolls just where they ought to be for a sure-fire dancefloor winner!

6. 'Got To Go (Fractall, Gabe Remix)' - Touchtalk, Tolkien 32 [Sublime Music)

The Brazilian record label, Sublime Music delivers an astonishing rework EP of Touchtalk’s great success "Got to Go." The package includes remixes by Fractall, Gabe and FlexB.

7. 'Where Da Party At (Mr. Oz Remix)' - Mike Mac [Purple Tea Records]

Big daddy, Mike Mac is back with a new track. His second release on the Canadian imprint promises to yet again be a dancefloor catch. An infectious top line with a gritty, stripped back percussive bass line are the signature notes of this “party” batch.

8. 'Switch' - Jansons, Dope Earth Alien [Circus Recordings]

"Switch" by Jansons and Dope Earth Alien on Circus Recordings is a cool tune revolving around a heavy tribal beat and driving hats with percussions developing into an incredible groove.

9. 'House so House' - Miane [Knee Deep In Sound]

Miane is the brand-new alias for Taty Munoz. A professional and personal evolution for the young Spaniard, her new release on the infamous Knee Deep In Sound signifies a groovier, deeper sound whilst maintaining her trademark energy.

10. 'My Soul (Detlef Remix)' - Sven Tasnadi, Huxley [Moon Harbour Recordings]

Sven Tasnadi’s fantastic originals have now gotten remixed by a select crew of artists that include new and familiar label associates alike. Detlef, Dario D’Attis inject plenty of fresh ideas into the source material.

11. 'I Want Stand' - Lorenzo De Blanck [D-FLOOR MUSIC]

D-Floor Music welcomes Italian producer, Lorenzo De Blank with his new EP, Zero. "I Want Stand" rolls with a cool vocal loop and slick drums. A perfect fit for any dancefloor.

12. 'Mono Tono' - Qubiko [Wired]

Italian DJ and producer, Qubiko has produced deep and house tracks for labels like Suara, Toolroom and Defected. Now he grants Wire Imprint with an energetic and groovy tech house tune that will rattle every dancefloor across the globe.

13. 'Black Mamba' - Marco Berto, A.R.U.N. [Go Deeva Records]

Marco Berto and Aston Martinez aka A.R.U.N. collab in this superb afro-house track. "Black Mamba" has tribal percussion well balanced with sturdy vocals and gentle melodies.

14. 'Her (Joseph Mancino Remix)' - Yas (LB), Amr.it [Ole Rec]

Joseph Mancino's remix of 'Her' comes out on Ole Rec imprint. The track is part of the Revolution EP, along with originals from Yas(LB) and Amr.It. This remix is deep, sexy and perfect to an after-party time.

15. 'Be Good To Me (Extended Mix)' - Cloonee [Big Beat Records]

The Sheffield-born hot prospect has been scoring massive hits in the past year. His new release entitled "Be Good To Me" sees Cloonee in fine sample form again. He includes lifting vocals from Beats International featuring Lindy Layton from the 1990s. 

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