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October has just ended, and in the northern hemisphere, that often means the days are flush with falling leaves and chilling weather. For the party industry, it means it is time to go indoors and enjoy the underground. Therefore, we have selected the best 15 tech house tracks that will fill up any surroundings with hot grooves and warm melodies. Update your selection with the sounds of Michael Bibi, Solardo, CJ Jeff and many others. 

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1 - “Garden Of Groove” - Michael Bibi [Repopulate Mars]

Michael Bibi returns to Repopulate Mars for an essential new three-track release entitled "Garden Of Groove," including a collaborative remix from Mason Maynard and label boss Lee Foss.

2 - “Move Your Body” - Marshall Jefferson, Solardo [Ultra]

Solardo adds his groove to the classic tune “Move Your Body” by Marshall Jefferson and helps to introduce millennials to one of the best house music tracks of all time.

3- “Love Is Gone feat. Ami Carmine (CJ Jeff Extended Remix)” - Todd Terry, Ami Carmine [Armada Subjekt]

A groove spectacle from the first beat to the last, the CJ Jeff remix of Todd Terry's "Love Is Gone" just keeps on building tension until fans are poised to explode.

4- “Super Sonic” - Lil'M, jOk [Baikonur Recordings]

Moscow-based duo Lil'M & jOk delivered a brand new single "Super Sonic" to Baikonur Recordings orbit with a super-hot remix from NY producer Eskuche.

5- “Headnoise (Get Hype) feat. Dope Earth Alien” - Martin Ikin [Cr2 Records]

Martin Ikin arrives on Cr2 records with a certified club slammer. “Headnoise(GetHype)" features non-stop energizing bass riffs combined with a booming four to the floor beat.

6- “My Brother”- DJ Oliver, Alvaro Smart [DFTD]

Spanish producers DJ Oliver and Alvaro Smart come together once again for their joint DFTD debut. “My Brother” is a natural club beat cut set to keep dancefloors moving all night long.

7. “Rinse Out” - Acid Kids [Maze Recordings]

Maze Recordings collab with Acid Kids to release 4 upfront dance floor ready tech house bangers guaranteed to go off wherever they get dropped!

8- “CALL ME” - Kevin Knapp, Hannah Wants [Toolroom]

Hannah Wants drops a bumpy club banger on Toolroom records entitled "Call Me" that includes none other than the mighty Kevin Knapp on vocal duties.

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9- “Boxed” - Jansons [Cr2 Records]

Jansons arrives with his first Cr2 staple 'Boxed' - an irresistible tech house masterstroke for a fine debut on Cr2 Records.

10- “Duma” - Thariel. [Pyramid Waves]

This playful cut is part of the Surfing on Dunes V.A. album released on the imminent Pyramid Waves label.

11- “La Rumba (Lexlay Remix)” - Tapesh, Ricardo Espino [Happy Techno Music]

Label head Lexlay collabs with Tapesh and Ricardo Espino to deliver the outstanding 4 track EP titled La Rumba.

12- “From The Corner (Qubiko Remix)” - Criss Korey [Dream Beat Rec.]

Qubiko’s remix is a driven tech house cut layered with grooving kick drums, intoxicating bassline, and sharp hi-hats.

13- “Gatoso” - Astre, MATI Rivaday, PALOMA. [The Society]

Great collaboration from Paloma, Mati Rivaday and Astre released on the high-toned The Society label.

14- “Voyage” - Dario D'Attis, Simone Vitullo SKULP MUSIC

Dario D’attis works with Simone Vitullo to bring another dancefloor weapon under the radar of Skulp Music.

15- "Speed Up (Menesix Remix)" - Funkerman [Glasgow Underground]

Following on from Kevin McKay & Qubiko's huge rework of this stone-cold noughties classic, Glasgow Underground has two deeper, techier remixes reworked by Menesix and Italobros.

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