DJ Killa Chris’ July 23 top tracks features Tokyo Machine

DJ Killa Chris’s new playlist [CLICK HERE FOR PLAYLIST] of his top ten tracks for this week includes "Silver Lining" by Tokyo Machine & End Of The World - and much more!

THE LIST FEATURING TOKYO MACHINE:

RÜFÜS DU SOL - Alive

It’s been 3 years since their last release and this song is so freaking good. I forgot how much I absolutely love their music and I can’t wait for their new album!

Mija & sharks! - Get Lost

I love the electro pop feel to this track. The vocals are really catchy and the guitar and beats blend in with the sub bass perfectly.

Ookay, Elohim, Flux Pavilion  - Be Ok

What a fun song. Any time Elohim collaborates with other producers it is always crazy good.

Rudimental, Skream - So Sorry

I really like the sound design on this track. The different ways the vocals are accentuated is clever.

Soren Andrews, Sovve- This Life

I like the driving feeling from the bass. The guitar and ethereal vocals compliment each other beautifully.

Bob Memphis - What If

The guitar during the build up is stunning. I really like the reverse effects on the arpeggios and when the beat comes back in the bass is so hype.

Juelz, Pauline Herr- Colours

The beats on this track are killer. The bass is crafted spectacularly. I love the detuned strings especially when the arpeggios come in.

Valentino Khan, Nitti Gritti  - Your Body

Every time I see Valentin Khan has a new song I get excited, because every release is fire. The kick hits so hard and the different bass lines are harsh but not overwhelming.

Tokyo Machine, End Of The World - Silver Lining

Usually Tokyo Machine makes a little harder music but this song is so good. The transitions throughout are crafted beautifully. Their sound design is always top notch and the chorus is infectious.

Oomloud - Rebirth

Every time the beat comes back in this tune I start moving. The bouncing back and forth between the gritty stabbing synth and deep bass is so much fun.

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1GFPEJ5Kr1s3Ze2QfqoCsy?si=307ca32e556d4db3


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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