These are the tunes, the songs, the remixes and the anthems that have dominated the year in music. The top tracks were voted for by Mixmag staff, contributors and freelancers and our list showcases the immense talent that's been on show this year. If you've been in the clubs, on the dancefloors and at the concerts in , then you will no doubt have been enthralled and inspired by the following cuts, just like we have. Get the Best Tracks of playlist right here. Gothic, moody, yet undeniably catchy, the existential track — and indeed album — marked the triumphant return of the experimental synth-pop artist. Anonymous moniker? Hand-stamped label? Rough kicks and a belting, presumably uncleared, vocal sample? This has all the hallmarks of a rollicking white label. And rollick it does.
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We round up the biggest and best House tunes of from the likes of Martin Solveig, Oliver Heldens and more of your favourite artists. We've rounded up some of the top House tunes to add to your playlist, whether you're heading out on the town or just chilling at home. One of the biggest House producers right now is being championed for this epic song, and it's clear why. Turn this up! The duo dropped their incredible EP of the same name earlier this year, and the title track is most certainly a highlight. Fresh from a huge summer making rounds on the UK festival circuit, Route 94 drops this vibey anthem.
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Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. In , the conjoined worlds of house and techno culture unequivocally transcended the underground. With artists like Bicep and Sasha attracting mainstream attention, and labels like dirtybird and Diynamic bringing in hoards of new fans, house and techno culture experienced what will likely be regarded as its most visible and fruitful year yet. Though genres rooted in decades-old traditions and structure, house and techno continued to evolve at a remarkable rate this year. One such example was the digital eruption of lo-fi house, a sub-genre driven on the back of YouTube algorithms, viral videos, and grainy, yet relentlessly catchy hooks. Offline, tribal house and techno saw a massive resurgence, thanks in large part to European imprints like Innervisions and Keinmusike pushing their low-key brand of hypnotic, afro-centric dance floor tracks. On the release front, there were no shortage of standout tracks this year to speak of. Few tracks stuck in the memory of dance fans quite like Bicep's "Glue," a nostalgic ode to the U. But the remix angled the track gently, if firmly, towards the dance floor, adding extra zip in the form of hand percussion and a bright synth riff that hints at breezy steel drums.