Pleasurekraft is best known for his versatility and abstract sounds used in his Tech House anthems. This new track featuring Green Velvet is one of the most odd and interesting Tech tracks I’ve ever heard consisting of a deep rolling bassline and strong percussion. As the track progressing you hear catchy vocals come in that all lead into an electro drop, yup you heard it right, electro. Listen for yourselves and let us know what you think. Enjoy!
One of the best in the Tech House industry, Joris Voorn brings us a new uplifting Tech House tracks with all the elements necessary for a banger. Featuring catchy percussion, female vocal sampling and chopping, and a deep bass, this track is one of the best Tech House songs I have heard in a while. Sitting at the top 10 of Beatports Tech House list, I’m sure this song will get major playtime in all the clubs. Enjoy!
This new track by up and coming Sunnery JAmes & Ryan Marciano “Markuzza” is the PERFECT mixture between Tech House and Progressive. Using a bouncy gradual build up synth these two anticipate the drop and completely shake the floor with percussion and bass when the song drops. This song is going to climb the charts instantly. Enjoy!
NYC Native Sevag has been known for throwing down the dirtiest Tech House and Tribal beats in the area and doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Although this may not be the newest of tracks, this remix of Diddy’s “Coming Home” adds hard hitting 808 drums and tribal percussion to the mix to make it an instant club banger.
Diddy – Coming Home (Sevag – Area 201 Reboot):
Far East Movement – Like a G6 (Sevag New School Change Bootleg):
Lady Gaga – Marry The Night (Sevag Reboot):
Today on Tech Tues we have a NY native that goes by the name of Rejoyce. Rejoyce has been spinning all throughout NYC lately and killing the Tech house game that is taking over major cities such as NYC and Miami. This track titled “Thrill of Mine” features catchy tech drums and percussion with excellent vocal sampling of the classic song “Good Vibrations. Enjoy!
This week for tech tuesdays we got something really special for you. For all you New Yorkers out there I’m sure the DJ by the name Miss Jennifer rings a bell. This mashup/remix of Avicii’s “Levels” features some of the best tech I have ever heard. Listen and enjoy!
This tech house track titled “808″ has many noticeable instances of the classic 808 kick drum with varying percussion that is strong and takes over the beat. As you listen in the back drop you hear housy synths come in and keep the bass rolling and rhythm flowing. This is a very catchy tech song and is highly recommended. Enjoy!
For those of you who don’t recognize this, you’re not alone. I bet 90% of you, never heard this before. Well, dont blame Avicii for not releasing it, ever. Its probably not even real ‘Avicii’ chords, who knows really. All i know is thats its a fuckin bangin tribal house track. I feel like its not up to him to release all of his ‘pre-mastered’ anthems. Because if it was, there would be sooo many releases out there, his fans wouldn’t know what to do with themselves. I imagine that none of you ever thought that you would see any Avicii song posted as Tech House Tuesday track, i mean the guy is a progressive house rising legend. ‘Refer’ incorporates lines from the hilarious film ‘Dewey Cox’, as well as hard hitting baselines, wit minimal progresssions, Enjoy!
A Pachaholic himself, Ivan M spends most of his weekends in the Pacha NYC basement frolicing and going in to the dirty beats that we all know and love. This hour long tech house mix features various genres containing dark beats and strong percussion. Enjoy and download if you’d like!
This week on Tech Tuesdays we have Chus and Ceballos killer remis of “Not Myself Tonight”. Using Christina’s catchy vocals and Chus and Ceballos hard hitting jungle percussion makes this track a club banger and a perfect track to throw into an opening set to get the people moving. Throwing in some bouncy pitched synths to increase the mood, Chus and Ceballos really are the kings of Tech and Tribal House. Enjoy!