WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: NOVEMBER 2014, VOL. 132

5 Nov

We everyone is having a great start to the holiday season and welcoming in the month of November.  The selection on this chart is heavy on the deep house. Anjunadeep has two great tracks from their artists Eli & Fur and Meramek. “Parachute” by Otto Knows, which has been tearing up the charts, makes its debut on EDM Charts thanks to a slick remix by CamelPhat. Don’t forget to subscribe to our SoundCloud to stay up to date with our weekly mixes of the charts, pieced together by resident DJ Royski.

1. Eli & Fur – Feel The Fire (Original Mix) (Anjunadeep)

Eli & Fur, aka Eli Noble and Jennifer Skillman, have been making a name for themselves on the London DJ circuit of late, and putting out a string of fresh and exciting singles, including “Seeing Is Believing”, their excellent collaboration with Shadow Child. “Feel The Fire” is a tougher, harder-edged take on their typically melodic sound, and works wonders with their ethereal vocals. A memorable moment from Anjunadeep 06, the energetic original mix has been a mainstay in James Grant and Jody Wisternoff’s DJ sets this year.

Rating: ★★★★★

Genre: Deep House

Origin: UK

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2. Miguel Migs, Martin Luther – Free My Mind (Original Mix) (Salted Music)

‘Dim Division’ is a collection of house and down tempo gems that exemplify the very best aspects of Miguel Migs’ production aesthetic; fresh, buoyant and deeply soulful music that lifts the spirit, from the languorous chords of opener ‘I Can Feel It’, through the neon-flecked bounce of ‘Just Fade Away’ to the infectious groove of ‘Heartbeat’. On ‘Dim Division’, Migs has also collaborated with an impressive international selection of artists including UK soul singer Omar, long-time collaborator Lisa Shaw, Andy Allo (who toured with Prince on guitar and vocals) and many more all making remarkable additions to the album.

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: Deep House

Origin: USA

3. My Digital Enemy, Lizzie Massey – To Dust (Rektchordz Remix) (Toolroom)

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Tech House

Origin: UK

Description: Over the last year or so, bass has become the main focus of the My Digital Enemy sound. We spend a crazy amount of time tweaking and refining our basslines using compressors, EQs and other nerdy gadgets. Combine this love of bass with a euphoric ’90s style breakdown, and you get ‘To Dust’. Working as a partnership has always worked well for us – in the studio we have twice the amount of ideas, plus if we hit a brick wall, one of us can take over with fresh ears. We love producing House music; the reason we were drawn to it is the party vibes that come hand in the hand with the music which is why Toolroom is such a good home for us. A name immediately associated with energetic House music, My Digital Enemy present the irrepressible To Dust, featuring the vocal talents of Lizzie Massey. With their distinctive bass sound and driving groove My Digital Enemy have created another sure fire hit for the dance floor and airwaves.

4. Otto Knows – Parachute (CamelPhat Remix) (Refune Music)

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Nu Disco

Origin: Sweden

Description: Following on from the worldwide phenomenon that was Million Voices and a touring schedule that took him around the globe Otto Knows returns for Refune with his new track Parachute. A main room stormer that with a slick deep house rendition by CamelPhat.

5. Meramek – Bounce (Original Mix) (Anjunadeep) 

Rating: ★★★

Genre: Deep House

Origin: UK

Description: Building on the brilliant reception to his debut “Feeling EP” late last year and his fiery remixes of Lancelot and Prides, Meramek aka Oliver Smith dials up the bass on this classy new EP. “Bounce” is another bass heavy roller that is built for dancefloor destruction. Tough percussion and ravey stabs make way for a delicate breakdown, filled with atmospheric melodies and textured production.

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