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Join us for a special celebratory edition of EDM Charts as we celebrate our 150th Episode! We rank the top 5 tracks of the week, plus our we have produced a special edition of our weekly radio show: an hour long edition which features the weekly chart as well as a few classic tracks! Anyone remember “Greyhound”?
Welcome to the 2014 Year End Countdown. This was the year of deep house, dominated by major labels such as Toolroom, Defected and Enormous Tunes. Many trends surfaced this year including increased 70s, 80s, and 90s vocal sampling, garage driven bass lines and funk fueled rhythms.
In addition, accompanying this countdown is a one hour radio show of the tracks mixed by Royski, which you can download or stream on our Soundcloud. Thanks again for all your support and cheers to 2015!
It officially one week away from Thanksgiving in the USA; and there is plenty to be thankful for this week music-wise. This week’s chart features marvelous productions in the house and deep house genres. Californian Ricky Tinez comes trumpeting in to the top spot with high energy house. Salted Music’s Demarkus Lewis takes you to the deep spectrum of house on a soul project. Montreal duo Prince Club drop a bouncy deep house track, sure to fill any dance floor.
This week EDM Charts welcomes Jero Nougues for an interview! Check out more about his recent releases, his projects and what inspires him. Take a moment to discover the man behind the music: Jero Nougues! Continue reading
Happy Halloween from EDM Charts! It’s always a great time to bust out the all-time classic Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”. This week is loaded with a mix of funk as well as some deeper vibes. City Soul Project strikes twice, both on stellar remixes. Arnold Jarvis and Danism hit the #1 spot with one of the best deep house productions of 2014.
1. Arnold Jarvis, Danism – Reciprocated Love (City Soul Project Remix) (Noir Music)
Danism makes their debut on Noir Music with the emotional Reciprocated Love featuring the vocals of legend Arnold Jarvis. You have to love the stringled and super smooth song from first listen. This is deep house like it sounded back in the day and in general just a timeless effort by the Cambridge based guys. City Soul Project delivers the remix which is spot on quality with a more clubby edge.
Genre: Deep House