WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: NOVEMBER 2012, VOL. 76

5 Nov

It’s November and there’s plenty to be thankful for, especially great music! Zedd new album release features a great new single that has listeners swimmingly happy with “Lost At Sea”. Steve Angello & Third Party power it up with “Lights”. Ben Westbeech gets remixed by CAZZETTE that all has us all looking towards Friday for “Something For The Weekend”.

1. ZEDD, RYAN TEDDER “LOST AT SEA” [EXTENDED MIX] (INTERSCOPE RECORDINGS) Release Date: 2012-10-29

Rating★★★★

Genre: Electro House

Origin: Germany

Description: Zedd recently released his first full length studio album in “Clarity”. It is jam-packed full of great material, but “Lost At Sea” is the shining diamond. It features front man Ryan Tedder, from OneRepublic on vocals. The hit single has great flow and is rather infectious.

Reminds Us Of: “Calling” – Alesso, Sebastian Ingrosso, Ryan Tedder

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2. STEVE ANGELLO, THIRD PARTY “LIGHTS” [ORIGINAL MIX] (SIZE RECORDS) Release Date: 2012-10-26

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: Progressive House

Origin: Sweden

Description: Steve Angello and Third Party team up for a great progressive house track in “Lights” under Angello’s label Size Records. Angello comes in with the electro flow, while Third Party stays true to their style with progressive riffs. This goes down as a great collaboration, as Size Records continues to skyrocket as one of the better labels in the game.

Reminds Us Of: “Feel” – Third Party, Cicada

CLASSIC COLLABORATION: DUCK SAUCE “BIG BAD WOLF” [DADA LIFE REMIX] (BIG BEAT RECORDS) Release Date: 2011-11-21

Rating: ★★★★★

Genre: Electro House

Origin: USA

Description: Happy belated Halloween! To keep the countdown seasonal we throw in “Big Bad Wolf” by Duck Sauce. It is electro house at its finest, in party mode, thanks to the crazy Swedish duo Dada Life. You can’t go wrong with being a werewolf on halloween, while raging to EDM.

Reminds Us Of: “Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker” – Dada Life

3. BEN WESTBEECH “SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND” [CAZZETTE’S STRICTLY REMIX] (STRICTLY RHYTHM) Release Date: 2012-10-29

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Progressive House

Origin: UK

Description: UK Musician and DJ Ben Westbeech gets remixed by the hot duo from Sweden in CAZZETTE for Strictly Rhythm’s  collaboration album Strictly CAZZETTE. The original track is very chill and even somewhat jazz based. The remix of course adds the dubstep/electro vibe, by bumping up the bass in only the way that CAZZETTE can do.

Reminds Us Of: “Believe It” [CAZZETTE’s Androids Sound Hot Remix] – Spencer & Hill, Nadia Ali

4. ANDREW RAYEL, JANO “HOW DO I KNOW” [ORIGINAL MIX] (ARMIND) Release Date: 2012-10-29

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: Trance

Origin: Moldova

Description: Andrew Rayel marks Moldova’s first appearance on the weekly chart. “How Do I Know” features Australian vocalist Jano on the beautiful lyrics. Rayel captures the classic trance vibe, that is somewhat reminiscent of some of Arty’s recent works.

Reminds Us Of: “Are You Fine” – Kyau & Albert, Arty

5. TOTALLY ENORMOUS EXTINCT DINOSAURS “YOUR LOVE” [FAKE BLOOD REMIX] (NICE AGE) Release Date: 2012-10-29

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Electro House

Origin: UK

Description: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs aren’t quite yet extinct on EDM Charts yet! They get back on the countdown thanks to a remix done by UK DJ Fake Blood. It has much more a funky house vibe to it, than the Mark Knight remix. The vocals are still what really make the track, as they have a unique indi edge to them.

Reminds Us Of: “You’ve Got The Love” [Mark Knight Remix] – Florence & The Machine

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