DJ Killa Chris’ July 16 top tracks features Bleu Clair

DJ Killa Chris’s new playlist [CLICK HERE FOR PLAYLIST] of his top ten tracks for this week includes "Have Me All" by Bleu Clair (feat. Jelita) - and much more!


Seven Lions & Andrew Bayer - Returning To You (feat. Alison May)

This has to be my favorite release of Seven Lions this year. The bassline gets me so hyped every time it comes in. As always there are tons of beautiful layers of pads and synths to accompany some stellar vocals.

Kaskade - Hot Wheels

The chorus on this song is so catchy and I love the layering of the vocals to create tension.

Lost Kings - Me Myself & Adderall (feat. Goody Grace)

The beats in this song are killer. The vocals, bass, and guitar are mixed really well throughout.

Calvin Harris - By Your Side (feat. Tom Grennan) - Oliver Heldens Remix

The main hook is so fun. The beats on this track are so crisp and the bass is dark but not overpowering.

Bleu Clair - Have Me All (feat. Jelita)

The way the vocals are manipulated is really unique. The buzzing bass is fun and it compliments the echoing arpeggios well. I love the subtle use of lasers in the chorus.

Tobtok & Jem Cooke - My Carousel

Tobtok always makes quality dance music. I love the use of syncopation between the vocals and bass to create tension during the build up.

AC Slater & Qlank - Suffocating (Ft. Queen Millz)

The bass on this song is so sick! The synths during the buildup reminds me of old Deadmau5 in all the right ways.

Sofi Tukker - Mon Cheri - LP Giobbi Remix

The vocoded vocals on this tune are absolutely beautiful. I love when a remix sounds nothing like the original. The layered pads blend with the deep bassline so well.

Tim van Werd & Crime Zcene - On Your Side (ft. Dan Soleil)

The chorus on this track is so serene. The way the different synths and pads sit under the vocals is so well done. As the build up occurs it seamlessly transitions back to having a beat before you even realize it’s happening.

Above & Beyond - Eternal - Braxton Remix

What a stunning remix. I love breakbeats and getting a chilled out breakbeat remix is such a pleasure.

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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