The 15 Best House Tracks of September 2019

Ben Rau gets credit for the sickest house cut of September.
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With the Summer season now entering our rear-view mirror, the deeper and less obvious  tracks find some room to shine. A few of the tunes in the chart may be a slight exception to this but overall, the tunes go deep and we like it that way. Fairly certain you will as well. 

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1. "WHAT IS LOVE" - BEN RAU [INKAL]

On just the sixth release on Inkal, Berlin-based producer, Ben Rau supplies two very fresh house cuts especially this Deee-Lite sampled gem, he's given the exact same title to as the original.  

2. "RESOLVE" - COLYN [AFTERLIFE]

Dutch producer, Colyn made his debut on Afterlife a few months ago with the melodic beauty, "Amor." It appeared on the fourth volume of the Realm Of Consciousness LP but this time around, he has his chance to shine on the label with his own EP and that he does. "Resolve" is the title track and it's about ethereal as they come. Press play and hear for yourself.

3. "BOOGIE 2NITE (SEAMUS HAJI & BLACKHILL EXTENDED REMIX)" - SEAMUS HAJI [GLITTERBOX]

This early 2000's house hit gets a very well-deserved revision courtesy of Seamus Haji who took the tune to new heights with his own remix back in the day.

4. "HYPNOSA DE LA ROSA" - ROY ROSENFELD [LOST MIRACLE]

On just the second release of Sebastien Leger's newly minted label, Roy Rosenfeld finds himself steering the ship on the A-side and it's a beautiful voyage to say the least.

5. "MY MIND" - CORREN CAVINI [DAYS LIKE NIGHTS]

In a sea full of dark, moody, and melancholic progressive house, it's awfully refreshing to hear such an uplifting piece of music worthy of underground praise.

6. "BY MY SIDE" - STAR B [SNATCH!]

On the Star B collaboration between Mark Broom and Riva Starr, "Gotta Have You" features as the upfront title track but "By My Side" gets just a bit more interesting with its deep and mysterious vibe suitable for the late night hours. 

7. "BROTHER JUNGLE (CLOONEE REMIX)" - CARLO LIO [ELROW MUSIC]

UK producer, Cloonee gets downright filthy with this revamp of Carlo Lio's "Brother Jungle" via El Row Music. I can just see everyone going bananas to this at El Row or any club for that matter.

8. "FORCE" - CATZ 'N DOGZ [DFTD]

Crank this house banger up and get down with your bad self!

9. "AMBIENT BRAINDISK (DRUMS MIX)" - ALAN DIXON [RUNNING BACK]

Alan Dixon's gorgeous, beatless tune from a few months back gets some drums and the result is equally beautiful except you get to dance this time!

10. "SYNCHRONICITY" - CHRIS STUSSY [RUTILANCE]

Dutch producer, Chris Stussy put together a four-track EP for Rutilance Recordings and on the package is this warm and fuzzy floor tune titled, "Synchronicity."

11. "BEAT MAKER" - ANDREA GIUDICE [OUR HOUSE]

Serious dance floor business right here courtesy of London based producer, Andrea Giudice!

12. "LONDON" - JAVIER CARBALLO PRESENTS TERMS [PLAY IT SAY IT]

Javier Carballo introduces his new Terms alias on Seth Troxler's Play It Say It Imprint and he's brought four tracks in support of the new campaign including this floor dominator titled, "London."

13. "PAPERMAN" - DEFAULTMAN & SAPURRA [POKER FLAT]

These two Russian producers based out of Moscow are responsible for the tenth edition of Poker Flat's vinyl only series. Three tracks in all on the record and the A-side features as one of the finest to hit the shelves in September.

14. "SHINED ON ME" - CASSIMM  [GLASGOW UNDERGROUND]

This 2001 global house hit originally constructed by Eric Miller gets a proper, modern rework which is getting a whole lot of dance-floor love in 2019

15. "BODY JUICE" - CIOZ & SUPER FLU [CROSSTOWN REBELS]

The ever-so-talented German duo, Super Flu teams up with Italian producer, Cioz for a two-track outing on Crosstown Rebels which features this chunky one titled, "Body Juice."

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