WEEKLY TOP ELECTRONIC CHARTS: APRIL 2015, VOL. 151

22 Apr


1. Prok & Fitch – Tripwire (Original Mix) (Toolroom)

Description: Globetrotting duo Prok & Fitch have long been members of the Toolroom family, and were an obvious choice to help spearhead Toolroom’s second Live endeavor. Deftly and smoothly weaving from house to techno, and back again, the energy found in their DJ sets is indisputable. No strangers to the main room sound, ‘Tripwire’ may be the best tech house track of 2015!
Rating: ★★★★★
Genre: Tech House
Origin: UK

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2. Claptone – Forest of Love (Original Mix) (Exploited)

Description: Claptone steps out of the shadows once again with The Music Got Me, an exciting new offering from the mysterious enigma with the golden mask. ‘Forest of Love’ features intriguing vocals and a gorgeous piano rift breakdown. This downtempo deep house hit is captivating and full of energy in its own right.
Rating: ★★★★
Genre: Deep House
Origin: Germany

3. Vanilla Ace, Wasabi & Sugar Hill – Crazy Things (Original Mix) (Erase Records)

Description: Looking for some old school groove? This track by Vanilla Ace, Wasabi & Sugar Hill has it all. Some sampling laid over some thick disco tunes, is a true recipe for a dance floor groover. This track is nothing but pure vibe and also captures the soul of Studio 54.
Rating: ★★★
Genre: House
Origin: UK

4. Dr. Meaker, Cappo D, Sharlene Hector, Low Steppa – Freaks [Low Steppa Remix] (Stereo Productions)

Description: We go way into the deep end on this track, which is highlighted by garage and bass driven beats. The vocals by Sharlene Hector add a sexy edge. Low Steppa has really stepped into the scene over the last few months, highlighted by his remixes and original productions. This is definitely an artist to watch in 2015.
Rating: ★★★
Genre: House
Origin: UK

5. Christian Smith – The Urge (Harry Romero Remix) (Tronic Music)

Rating: ★★★
Genre: Tech House
Origin: Spain
Description: Here is the first remix pack from Christian Smith’s album ‘Stranger Than Paradise’. We were lucky to enlist some of our favourite new and established producers. This pack includes three remixes from NYC house legend Harry Romero ironically delivering a storming techno remix. Please enjoy and play out loud!

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