The 15 Best Techno Tracks of September 2019

The classic sound of '90s trance infiltrated September 2019
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Maceo Plex

The top five rated tracks of September evoke everything about the classic sound of '90s melodic techno. A term used to describe this sound came to be known as trance. CJ Bolland's 1992 classic, "Camargue" was one of these original trance tracks and it's been given an update with additional remixes including a superb revision by Maceo Plex. The top rated track of September 2019 as featured here on the chart. Check out the other tunes as well like Raito's "Summer Of Love" and the Bart Skils update of the trance classic, "Universal Nation."  

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1. "CAMARGUE 2019 (MACEO PLEX REMIX)" - CJ BOLLAND & THE ADVENT [DRUMCODE]

Plenty of purists and haters out there are quick to criticize a classic tune once it's touched by a newer generation but like it or not, this new remix package is stacked from top to bottom with enormous talent. Especially, this brilliant revision by Maceo Plex which I will go out on a limb and say he's actually upgraded the original. 10 out of 10 in my opinion.

2. "SUMMER OF LOVE" - RAITO [BOYSNOIZE RECORDS]

If the euphoric breakdown on Raito's "Summer Of Love" doesn't bring a smile to your face then you should probably crawl back into that deep, dark dungeon of yours.

3. "CAN YOU FEEL IT" - JOEY BELTRAM [DRUMCODE]

12 tracks into the 8th volume of Drumcode's A-Sides comp you'll find this warm and welcoming floor-filler courtesy of the legend himself, Joey Beltram!

4. "UNIVERSAL NATIONAL (BART SKILS REMIX)" - PUSH [FILTH ON ACID]

Translated for a modern audience, this 21 year old trance anthem gets a proper rework from the man they call Bart Skils!

5. "WANDERER" - MICHAL WOLSKI [KYNANT]

Polish producer, Michal Wolski debuts on Kynant Records with four tracks that reach into the deeper ends of the technosphere. The EP is titled is Back Entry and my pick of the bunch is this especially intelligent composition he's titled "Wanderer."

6. "THANKS FOR KEEPING IT REAL" - R.O.S.H. [REKIDS]

Relatively new recording artist, Roshan Chauhan aka R.O.S.H. makes his debut on Rekids with a collection of dance-floor, ready techno. Especially this particular title track which will have you grooving a bit more than most of the tracks in this chart. 

7. "92 THING" - ELI BROWN [WE ARE THE BRAVE]

Tech-house takes a backseat this time around for Eli Brown as he lands on Alan Fitzpatrick's label with three excellent techno tracks including this nostalgic one aptly titled, "92 Thing."

8. "TRIPPIN" - KASPAR [FE CHROME]

Rain may not be in the forecast but you better have your umbrella ready for this acid rainstorm.

9. "MANTRA" - WEHBBA [DRUMCODE]

Drumcode's newly released A-Sides comp welcomes label regular, Wehbba with this dizzying yet beautiful piece of techno called "Mantra." 

10. "CONSOLE" - ZIMMZ [DRUMCODE]

Adam Beyer hammered this at Awakenings so there's no reason you shouldn't crank this right now. Turn it up and play it loud!

11. "THOUSAND & ONE" - FAT SUSHI [PARQUET]

Fat Sushi dropped three productions on Parquet Recordings including this eccentric, yet somewhat electro, techno gem titled "Thousand & One." 

12. "MOONSTONE" - INDUSTRIALYZER [SECOND STATE]

Industrialyzer's return to Second State leads off with this beefy banger featuring the vocals of Frankenstein.

13. "ANDROMENA" - RAXON [ELLUM]

Two and a half years after his debut on Maceo's Ellum imprint, Raxon returns to the stable with four varied tunes including an electro tune worth checking out called "Second Contact." Although, we are here to talk about techno and the title track off this release is the one that gets the spotlight. It's called "Andromena" and it features a really cool breakdown which which will have your head spinning. 

14. "SACRAMENTO" - STEREO EXPRESS [LOVE MATTERS]

Modern, melodic techno is the name of the game on this curiously titled tune named after the capital of California.

15. "OBSCURITE (SPIROS KALOUMENOS REMIX)" - NOIR [NOIR MUSIC]

For the second volume of Noir remixes, he's enlisted another set of his personal favorites to take on the task and my personal favorite is that of Greek producer, Spiros Kaloumenos. It's a beefy, yet still melodic makeover of the great original. Turn this up and enjoy the remix in all its massive glory!

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