Every month the Top 10 Techno Charts will be put online. All the positions determined are based solely on my music taste and therefore differ fundamentally from sales charts on Beatport or Traxsource. Everyone who visits this blog can stream the tracks and submit their like or dislike reaction above. At the end of the year, we will choose the best track under the Techno category. So, share the charts with your friends and support your favorite DJs.
Top 10 Techno Charts > May 2017 — ELECTRO WOW
- Circle Of Life – Blue Bird (Reinier Zonneveld Filth On Acid Remix)
The man of the moment Reinier Zonneveld did an incredible Acid Techno remix of “Blue Bird” originally produced by Circle of Life. Mixing the percussion section with modern melodies, he surprises fans who love this music style. This remix is part of the ‘Blue Bird EP’ released via Suara Music.
- Giorgio Rusconi & Deborah De Luca – Chain Reaction (D-Unity Remix)
A brand new Techno banger from Deborah De Luca & Giorgio Rusconi entitled “Chain Reaction” + a massive remix from D-Unity is the latest undeground hit. Experience this track with your headphones on and get your body moving to this amazing creation!
- Moby – Porcelain (Julian Jeweil Remix)
There’s a great bunch of remixes of some of the classic Moby‘s anthems out there. However, this year the best of them was arranged by Julian Jeweil as part of the ‘Saura Remixes’ package. “Porcelain” has been transformed into a Techno banger, and consequently into a successful club hit.
- Tiga – Louder Than A Bomb (Dense & Pika Remix)
Tiga‘s 2006 Electroclash classic hit “Louder Than A Bomb” got the remix treatment by none other than the brilliant duo, Dense & Pika, and it sounds damn great! Multi-layered synths and crazy effects are combined to entertain party animals like us. Dense & Pika’s signature industrial and dynamic remixing style will wow big audiences.
- Huxley & Mark Fanciulli – Preset
This wonderful track was released in February, and still sounds absolutely cool! Mark Fanciulli and Huxley produced together the Techno gem “Preset”. The best part are the kick drums and the catchy distorted vocals that will hook you in! You can dance to this fun and bouncy rhythm for hours…
- Julian Jeweil – Rolling
2017’s first Drumcode release comes in the form of chart-topping regular Julian Jeweil. The new EP showcases his skills as a producer and kicks off with the emphatic title track “Rolling”. The perfect soundtrack for the early hours in the club, this sweaty affair proves just why he’s at the top of the game right now.
- Victor Ruiz – Red Lights (Bart Skils Motor Speedway Rework)
Victor Ruiz is one of the hottest names in underground Techno scene right now. His new release brings us “Red Lights”, a spacey journey to the heart of the dancefloor – tweaked and shaped for maximum effect on big room sound-systems. Dutchman Bart Skils steps up on remix duties to provide a sick Motor Speedway mix.
- Skober – Phoenix Rose
Skober returns to Funk’n Deep with yet another timeless classic that is undoubtedly ready to make some serious noise in the industry. His long-awaited release, titled “Phoenix Rose” is yet another masterfully created piece that brings out all the raw emotions in Techno, for one to completely get immersed into.
- Macromism – Regression
Staying true to their Techno roots in a tougher edged, fever-pitched, big dance floor environment, the Italian super-duo Macromism is back! These guys drop a new banger called “Regression”, which gets rougher, tougher and weightier as the track progresses.
- Raito – Rave 92
Raito‘s brand new EP ‘The Dream’ follows in the footsteps of ‘Moondance’ with his 90s-inspired Techno sound. Of course, the magic here is the four-minute track titled “Rave92”, which accomplishes festival energy without compromising any purism.