WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: SEPTEMBER 2012, VOL. 71

27 Sep

As the leaves turn colors, we turn our ears to listen to some great new music. Kaskade gets remixed by Dada Life for the “llove” of music. Nothing is smoother than Velvetine, than a Soundprank remix. Norman Dooray & NERVO give listeners “something to believe in”.

1. KASKADE, HALEY “LLOVE” [DADA LIFE REMIX] (ULTRA) Release Date: 2012-09-18

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: Electro House

Origin: USA

Description: L-L-O-V-E; yes that spells “Llove”. Kaskade gets remixed by the crazy duo from Stockholm in Dada Life. It is turned from a progressive house crooner to an electro house banger. Haley’s vocals get chopped up, to make them sound a little more sexually fueled. Kaskade continues his domination post the “Freaks of Nature” tour.

Reminds of Us: “I Remember” – deadmau5 & Kaskade

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2. VELVETINE “THE GREAT DIVIDE” [SOUNDPRANK REMIX] (ANJUNABEATS) Release Date: 2012-09-24

Rating: ★★★★★

Genre: Progressive House

Origin: Hungary

Description: Just when you think you couldn’t get better than the original mix of “The Great Divide”, Soundprank of Anjunabeats accomplishes the feat. The funk and jazz styled remix is a genuine effort that deserves applause. It is much more dramatic in appeal, and is also more musically diverse than the original.

Reminds Us Of: “You Got To Go” – Above & Beyond

CLASSIC COLLABORATION: STEVE ANGELLO, AXWELL, SEBASTIAN INGROSSO, LAIDBACK LUKE “LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND” [ORIGINAL MIX] (ULTRA) Release Date: 2009-06-23

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: Progressive House

Origin: Sweden

Description: As Swedish House Mafia bids fans farewell forever, we take a moment to reflect on their brief, yet great career as a group. With so many classics to choose from, this week EDM Charts goes with “Leave The World Behind” which includes Laidback Luke and Deborah Cox on the production. This track reminds us all of Miami and Ultra Music Festival.

Reminds Us Of: “Open Your Heart” – Axwell, Dirty South

3. NORMAN DOORAY, NERVO, COOKIE “SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN” [ORIGINAL MIX] (SPINNIN’ RECORDS) Release Date: 2012-09-24

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Progressive House

Origin: France

Description: This progressive house track by Norman Dooray & NERVO is high energy with club friendly and optimistic vocals. This is Dooray’s first appearance in the top #5 charts on EDMCharts.com. He has plenty of singles and remixes out there. This one has the right combination of styling and the right counterparts on the collaboration.

Reminds Us Of: “Walking Alone” – Dirty South, Those Usual Suspects

4. ANDAIN “PROMISES” [MAOR LEVI’S ANALOG EMOTION REMIX] (BLACK HOLE RECORDINGS) Release Date: 2012-09-24

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Trance

Origin: USA

Description: Israeli DJ and producer Maor Levi gets a chance to remix a huge indie single by Andain. The remix is smooth as velvet. Andain’s vocals never disappoint, as they’re some of the best in the game. It is a smooth downtempo track that is full of soul.

Reminds Us Of: “You’ve Got The Love” – Florence And The Machine, Mark Knight

5. DEADMAU5, IMOGEN HEAP “TELEMISCOMMUNICATIONS” [ORIGINAL MIX] (MAU5TRAP) Release Date: 2012-09-25

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Electronica

Origin: Canada

Description: With the recent release of deadmau5’s new album, “Telemiscommunications” really stands out as a unique and different production. As the genre states, this is a downtempo electronica track, that heavily relies on Imogen Heap’s patented vocals. It is a different track; but one that really stands out as deadmau5 continuously attempt to evolve his game.

Reminds Us Of: “Finally Moving” – Pretty Lights

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