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20 best house tracks ever
In a year dominated by bland, sample-heavy, tech-house, it's only fitting that we showcase the best of what the genre had to offer as opposed to the biggest ones which were unnecessarily jammed down our throat. Artistry, accessibility, and uniqueness were all taken into consideration while catchiness took a back seat. All artists who made some notable contributions to the year but narrowly missed the cut. View the previous year's house music chart. Very few tunes of the Summer transcend that distinction but Korean-born, Berlin-based producer, Peggy Gou turned upside down with her January released, Ninja Tune debut, "Itgehane. A surprisingly impressive accomplishment in a music world full of guest vocalists. Miami's own, Jesse Perez took on this little known trance tune from the late '90s and arranged house music magic. He dropped the big room build, took out the extended breakdown, slowed the tempo, and injected one very chunky rhythm. Although, he did in fact leave that very gorgeous melody in which is guaranteed to stick your brain like glue. Berlin stalwart, Cinthie released this unbelievably good tune on vinyl back in October and it just saw it's digital release this month.
Gospel, reggaeton, afrobeat and indie flavors all broke further into the electronic spectrum as well. Without further ado, here are the editors' picks for the 30 best dance and electronic songs of Disclosure ended their musical drought in with a string of one-off singles. Constructed around an infectious vocal hook of Diawara, the track features some beautifully polished chordal work, and is now nominated for a Grammy for best dance recording. Enjoy the ride. Out with the old and in with the new. After signing with Shots Studios in September , Alesso signed to the company's new label in partnership with Universal Music Group, pm, this past summer. The original idea was to have a gospel choir elevate the ending chorus, but instead, the group hired friends and family to lend their voice, bringing that emotional connection to a deeper dimension. As soon as you hear Sam Smith's rich, silky croon drip over Calvin Harris' effortless house beat, you wonder how these two haven't started a long-term collaboration.