10 Great Tracks - including Virtual Riot's 'Chroma'

DJ Killa Chris’s new playlist [CLICK HERE FOR PLAYLIST] of his top ten tracks for this week includes "Chroma" by Virtual Riot - and much more!

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1bBMXYTwUYZb0tG6Mn0KeK?si=f8fcef17dbbb429b

THE LIST FEATURING VIRTUAL RIOT'S 'CHROMA'

AC Slater, Bleu Clair  - Green Light (feat. Kate Wild)

AC Slater, Bleu Clair - Green Light (feat. Kate Wild)

The vocals on this song are solid. I love the beats and bass line when it gets to the chorus, they always make me want to dance.

BT - Wildfire - Somna Remix

This is my favorite of all the remixes of this track. There is a great balance between the original vocals and melody met with a driving bass line.

Dennis Sheperd, Katty Heath - Losing My Mind - Paul Arcane Remix

I really like the progression from the chorus to the verse. The breakbeats help build up the tension while the hook and vocals become more prominent.

Justin Martin - Eye of the Storm

Justin Martin - Eye of the Storm

I really like how warm the bass is in the first half of the track. Every time the harp comes in it grabs my attention. The way it bounces back and forth with swells and harsher basses makes me smile.

Artelax - Break Me Down

The deep house style bass is so full on this tune. The sound design is really clean. All the synths sit in their own pockets nicely.

Parvenu - Captured

What a beautiful track. All the clicks and percussion compliment the pads and strings so well. The build ups throughout the song are what stand out the most, they are just so well done.

SLANDER & Subtronics - Gravity (feat. JT Roach)

The vocals are so fun and I really enjoy the strings used in the build up. After the first drop the song gets so hard but I love the synth that comes in after the second drop.

Virtual Riot - CHROMA

Virtual Riot-CHROMA

The main synth on this track is so wonderfully 80s video game sounding. The sound design after the drops is so good and I love how weird it gets when the song slows down.

What So Not - The Change (feat. DMA'S) - Ekko & Sidetrack Remix

If you like Drum N Bass this remix is right up your alley. The bass line is harsh without being too overbearing.

Dillon Francis - Reaching Out (feat. Bow Anderson)

A great house track with some seriously good vocals.


Killa Chris has been DJing in Nashville since 2010. Finding good music has always been a passion of Killa Chris’s. So every week he is going to share some of the newest tracks from popular producers and unknown artists from all over the world.

You can find DJ Kill Chris' original productions on SoundCloud or Audius - and listen to his live and prerecorded mix sets on MixCloud. And of course visit OUTvoices Nashville for more of DJ Killa Chris’ weekly playlists!

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