The 15 Best House Tracks of November 2019

Harry Romero shines in November 2019 with two stellar tunes including an original on Cecille that stands out as the best of the month.
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With November completely behind us, all that's left this year is another cold month for us to talk about what the the highlights of 2019 were. But first, we've got another house chart to show off. One that includes a pair of outstanding Harry Romero tunes and another two tracks from Soulphiction, taken from his debut album on Local Talk. Plus, eleven other tracks that all fit the mold and stood above the rest. 

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1. "MOOD VISION" - HARRY ROMERO [CECILLE]

After nearly a six-year hiatus, Nicky Curly's beloved Cecille Records returns to the scene with two absolute weapons. Last month marked the return with Archie Hamilton's modern take on "Nesrib" and this month sees the one and only, Harry Romero unleashing an astounding two tracker. One deep and energetic tune titled "Purge" and the other being the title track, "Mood Vision." It's devastatingly good and primed for dominance at a floor near you.

2. "LET IT GO" - LOUIE VEGA & THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS WITH MARC E. BASSY [CUTTIN' HEADZ]

Louie Vega extends his legacy of outstanding house music with yet another fantastic piece of four on the floor except this time with two of today's biggest, The Martinez Brothers!

3. "U'LL LIKE IT" - SOULPHICTION [LOCAL TALK]

The roots run deep on this opening track taken from Soulphiction's recently released full length on Local Talk. The track is aptly titled "U'll Like It" and the album's name is 24/7 Love Affair.

4. "FREEDOM (HARRY ROMERO EXTENDED REMIX)" - JACK BACK & CECE ROGERS [DEFECTED]

With 25 years in the game under his belt, Harry Romero has certainly learned how to master the remix. Take for example this blazing hot revision of his which is guaranteed to burn a hole right in the middle of the dance floor. 

5. "I, CAVALLO" - LEON VYNEHALL [NINJA TUNE]

The house chart takes a well-deserved detour towards this leftfield house cut courtesy of none other than, Leon Vynehall. This highly creative, avant-garde floor tune is titled "I, Cavallo" and it's out now on Ninja Tune!  

6. "ROPED IN" - GORGON CITY [REALM]

For Gorgon City's latest release on their own imprint, the duo goes a bit deeper and just a tad more melodic. The tune is titled "Roped In" and we absolutely love it! 

7. "SURRENDER" - D-NOX & BECKERS [SELADOR]

Part melodic house, part techno, and part progressive, this genre-defying tune courtesy of D-Nox & Beckers is one of two shimmering tunes to land on none other than Selador Recordings.

8. "EYE OF THE STORM (ARCHIE HAMILTON VIP REMIX)" - ARCHIE HAMILTON FEAT. ONALLEE [MOSCOW RECORDS]

Back in June, Archie Hamilton dropped his debut album which featured "Eye Of The Storm." Five months later, the tune is getting its own release with three class remixes including this VIP revamp from none other than the artist himself. Play it, boogie to it, and enjoy. 

9. "WASHED AWAY" - DJOKO [PIV]

Cologne based producer, DJOKO makes his debut an Amsterdam's PIV imprint. The release is five tracks deep and the most notable of the bunch in our opinion is this fantastic title track. 

10. "SOLDIER" - OFFAIAH [DEFECTED]

House music hitmaker, OFFAIAH returns to Defected with this snappy house choon, which features a female vocal loop that'll get you hooked in an instant. 

11. "SUNSHINE" - LOW STEPPA [ARMADA DEEP]

Somewhat of a surprising release this late in the year but nonetheless a great tune that'll work on the floor all year round.

12. "NATURAL HIGH (MIKE DUNN BLACK GLITTER MIXX)" - MIKE DUNN [GLITTERBOX]

Chicago's own, Mike Dunn continues his streak of excellence in pure, unadulterated house with this extremely groovy debut on Defected's disco offshoot, Glitterbox!

13. "FEELIN GOOD" - SOULPHICTION [LOCAL TALK]

The second of the two tracks from Soulphiction's LP to appear in the chart is this deep and vibey one he's titled, "Feelin Good." 

14. "DO IT AGAIN" - DILLON NATHANIEL [SOLA]

When it comes to bass-heavy, house music, there are few and far between which make the monthly chart but this heavy-hitter by L.A.'s own Dillon Nathaniel is one to behold. 

15. "MANTIS ON THE MOON (ANIMAL TRAINER REMIX)" - STEVE BUG & UNER [POKER FLAT]

Poker Flat captain, Steve Bug invited Animal Trainer to remix his playfully titled collaboration with Uner and the result is this deep-diving remix suitable for an intense yet melodic evening. 

Stream the entire chart uninterrupted via the playlist below:

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