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5 Tech-House Anthems Of Summer

Summertime vibes inspire us to have enticing funks and seductive grooves on our playlists. Between festival season, adventurous voyages, outdoor activities, late nights and sunrises, EDM.com is here to provide you with the most exuberant tech-house tunes of the summer. Turn up the heat with these five summer anthems.  

Patrick Topping - Forget

Patrick Topping’s “Forget” is the number one most identified track in Ibiza this summer according to Shazam. Residing on the top of the Beatport Tech-House chart for ten consecutive weeks, this smash hit is one of the most recognized anthems of the summer. An evocative vibe in this tune is induced by a relentless rhythm layered with sophisticated vocals. Released on Jamie Jones' label, Hot Creations, it’s no wonder the track is globally recognized for its groove.

Murk feat. Oba Frank Lords - Dark Beat (Danny Daze Fundamental Remix)

Danny Daze adds his funky twist to an original classic by Murk in this “Dark Beat” re-work. The energy builds through a repetitive chorus, hi-hat claps, and dark, reverberating undertones. Played in sets by producers like Jay Lumen and Boris, the track’s tribal, pulsating theme emphasizes a love for drums.

Tiga vs. Audion - Let's Go Dancing (Adam Beyer remix)

Whether dropped at a large techno arena or a dark underground lounge, Adam Beyer’s remix of “Let’s Go Dancing” is a floor-thriller. The massive track escalates with synths and haunting vocals destined to control the dance floor. The tempo continuously builds culminating in an energetic, epic finish.

Dansson & Marlon Hoffstadt - Shake That 

Although it's an older track, “Shake That” by Dansson & Marlon Hoffstadt has been brought back into our conscience this summer with remixes by Mark Knight, Shadow Child and Tom Staar. The bouncy, upbeat track, recognized by Hot Since 82, Joris Voorn and The Martinez Brothers, intermixes a jaunty tempo with deep, rebellious vocals. This one will get the party started, releasing every partygoer’s inhibitions.

Lykke Li -No Rest For The Wicked (Joris Voorn Remix) 

Pleasing acoustically thanks to elegant vocals, piano and melodic drifts, Joris Voorn’s remix of Lykke Li’s “No Rest For The Wicked” is a stunning euphony. The essence in “No Rest For The Wicked” focuses on an uplifting harmony. Much lauded for his track “Ringo” released last year, Joris Voorn continuously demonstrates his versatile technique.

Written by Carissa Gerzeny 

Cover photo credit: Shutterstock

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