21 Oct

EDM Charts is proud to say we are back and the beginning of weekly charts are in motion! Vol. 130 introduces the site’s new take on content: global and organic.  We will strive to bring you the best music from the realms of deep house, tech and house; featuring non-commercial productions and exposing a bit more of the underground and traditional scene.

1. Felon “Isla” [Original Mix] (Ultra)

Very little is out on the web about Felon which is not ideal for the information seeker, but at the same time adds a surprise type aura. This group is made up of Archie Ward, George Renwick and James Levey. The sensual and sexy track made a nice impact being debuted on EDX’s No Xcuses. The track features progressive house builds layered out over female vocal snippits. Overall, and unexpected debut from Ultra; but pleasantly welcome!

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: HOUSE

Origin: UK



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2. ThermalBear “Just Ducky” [ORIGINAL MIX] (Last Night On Earth)

You have to love ThermalBear’s description: “ThermalBear is a bear’s bear that makes bear music for bears, twinks, straights, trans, CDs, subs, doms and you.” ‘Last Night On Earth’, the record label is Sasha’s home for supporting exciting new electronic music talent and his new solo productions. This track is a bit more on the darker end, but uses minimal elements to keep the deep house vibe going.

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Deep House

Origin: UK

3. Miguel Migs “I Can Feel It” [Original Mix] (Salted Music)

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Deep House

Origin: USA

Description: Migs delivers this tasty little deep and dubby summertime treat for the dance floor. The original chopped up vocal hook fades and filters in and out creating a hypnotic atmosphere hovering over dynamic layered drum textures while packing plenty of big bassline impact with warm melodic synth elements to smooth things out.

4. Drew Hill “Talk To You” [Groove Armada Remix] (Danse Club Records)

Rating: ★★★

Genre: House

Origin: UK

Description: The Drew Hill gang hit the charts, heading into deep, subterranean territory. Putting their energy into rolling subs, enchanting vocal edits, and a never-ending groove, they’ve done well with ‘Talk To You’. Rounding out the EP are the inimitable Groove Armada, who inject some soul into their piano-laden rework.

5. Made to Move “Perfect Lady” [Original Mix] (Phonetic Recordings) 

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Deep House

Origin: UK

Description: Phonetic are proud to present ‘Perfect Lady’ produced by Made to Move. The original mix was uploaded to YouTube by a fan hitting 3.1 Million plays. Made to Move cleverly cuts up this hypnotic vocal to good effect, with a smooth bassline and rolling synth sounds, the track delivers a serious punch and reaction when dropped on global dancefloors.



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