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The Best 15 Tech-House Tracks of July 2019

Here are the top 15 true bangers of July that will sizzle any dancefloor.
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Summer is in full swing and the season is halfway gone as the tech-house music scene keeps tearing up dancefloors across the globe! To keep up with the pace, we hand-picked the best Tech House release of July. A robust list with tracks from Mendo, Tube & Berger, Gorgon City and many more. Here are the top 15 true bangers of July that will sizzle any dancefloor. 

View last month's chart here.

1. ‘HEATER (TUBE & BERGER REMIX) - Samim [Get Physical] 

The famous German duo brings back the indelible song from Samim "Heater." This outstanding new remix will put a smile on your face and an endless groove on your body.  

2. 'Three O Three’ - Gene Farris, Max Chapman [NONSTOP] 

Chicago’s house head Gene Farris teams up with tech-house master Max Chapman to bring a nonstop dancing track titled "Three O Three." 

3. ‘Get A Funk’ - Mendo [Toolroom] 

The Swiss house legend Mendo returns to Toolroom with a bang! "Get A Funk" is a slice of straight-up, groovy, vocal-laden tech-house that will shake dancefloors across the globe. 

4. ‘Rock Da House’ - Shiba San [Basement Leak] 

Shiba San releases another club banger "Rock Da House" on his own thriving label Basement Leak

5. ‘Gingoba’ - Sllash & Doppe [Toolroom] 

Sllash & Doppe return to Toolroom with a Balearic summer hit. "Gingoba" is full of tribal influence, crisp percussion, and tight drums.  

6. ‘Rockin Beatz’ - Martin Ikin [elrow Music] 

Martin Ikin presents Rockin Beatz EP on Elrow Music. He opens up the Ep with a very danceable and groovy track, highlighting the famous vocal sample “Rocking Beatz.” 

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7. ‘Disco Will Never Be Gone (Flow & Zeo Remix)’ - Mumbaata [proper house music] 

This groovy-feel-good track by Flow & Zeo is part of the Mumbaata’s new EP Disco will Never Be Gone, which was released on July 12th. The song comes 40 years after the racist disco demolition night at the White Sox Comiskey Park to shine a light on the shameful event and celebrate the influence that disco had on modern music. 

8. ‘Agolele (Chus & Ceballos Remix)’ - DJ Michael Flume [Nervous Records] 

The house music icons Chus & Ceballos use their driving percussions on their astonishing new release on Nervous Records

9. ‘Players’ - Danny Howells [8Bit] 

The legendary British player Danny Howells is back on Nick Curly's & Gorge's 8bit Records with a proper house music EP in all its styles and variations. 

10. ‘Nowhere To Go (Dom Dolla Extended Remix)’ - Hayden James [Future Classic] 

Dom Dolla is back with a powerful house remix. The Melbourne artist continues to make noise this year with this bass-heavy tune. 

11. ‘Addiction‘ - John Summit [This Ain't Bristol] 

Well versed in the late-night happenings, John Summit brings his own unique flair to warehouse rebels, club-goers across the globe and This Ain't Bristol in Afterhours/Addiction Ep. 

12. ‘Discordia’ - Simone Liberali [Saved Records] 

Simone Liberali back to Saved Records this month with his brand new Landslide EP. "Discordia" closes out the EP with a playful loop-driven groove with a bouncing bassline, warped synths, and vocal chants that ebb and flow throughout the composition. 

13. ‘Elizabeth Street’ - Gorgon City [Realm] 

The song is titled after Elizabeth Street in Chicago. The British duo was inspired to release a track after spending a great deal of time producing in the city.  

14. ‘Let Me In Fellas’ - Skizzo [Flashmob Records] 

Antonio Lananna aka Skizzo releases on Flashmob Records with a deep-tech-house cut composed of intricate percussion, hypnotic vocals, and mesmerizing hats. 

15. ‘Keep On’ - Kormak [Loulou Records] 

LouLou Records keep on serving up the hits with a new one from Kormak that features remixes from big names Amine Edge & DANCE, Kolombo & LouLou Players themselves. 


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