Keyword for October’s playlist: versatility. This month has seen lots of awesome artistic ventures, with many DJs making music a little out of their element. The track of the month especially, is a great track that tears down the barriers of the genres, and has the potential to unite different kinds of people. Oh and don’t worry, we’ve still got some festival bangers for the ravers! Check out the raw talent in this month’s playlist below!

Track of the Month

Markus Schulz feat. Soundland – Facedown

Markus Schulz knocked this one out of the park. Not only is it an extremely addictive beat, but its also massively accessible, especially to those who may not be into Electronic Music. 

The Chainsmokers – New York City

Following the release of their newest EP, The Chainsmokers give us a magical new track as well!

Michael Brun & Still Young – Check This Out

Who doesn’t love the occasional festival banger? This one’s gonna be in the setlists for awhile!

Adrian Hour & Eelke Kleijn – Take Control

Some awesome, awesome Techno.

Joe Stone & Daser – Freak (And You Know It)

Groovy funky beat. We like this. 

BT & ilan Bluestone feat. Stef Lang – All These Wounds (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)

Jerome I-A has some great stuff with ilan, but this remix of his is a progressive masterpiece and a staple of his style of production. 

Dash Berlin & DubVision – Yesterday Is Gone

An awesome collab. Why hadn’t these two groups made something earlier??

Prok & Fitch & Mark Knight – Into My Life

So hard not to put two Toolroom tracks into the playlist. This one was unavoidable. Monster collab of the month.

Throwback Track

Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl – In My Mind feat. Georgi Kay (Axwell Radio Edit)

This track may have changed the scene entirely on its own. Took the world by storm.