DJ Killa Chris’ Top Tracks - May 8, 2021

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

THE LIST:

Wolfgang Gartner - Octopus Teeth

I’m so glad Wolfgang is back and making seriously good electro house. I always appreciate the amount of disco samples that show up in his music.

Robotaki, Pell - Now That We've Been in Love

This song is so freaking smoothe. Every aspect of sound design and song writing on this track is superb. There is also a great Mat Zo drum n bass remix.

Seven Lions, Wooli, Amidy - Shadows 

If you are a fan of melodic dubstep you probably already know these names. Another great track that hits hard at the drop.

Louis The Child - So What (with A R I Z O N A)

Another superb house track by Louis the Child. I love the strange sounding synth that is used for the melody.

Steve Hart - Bad Boy (Boogie Knights Remix) 

This house remix is a lot of fun. The guitar and piano are what stick out the most in this song.

William Black, Annie Schindel - Remedy

The chorus on this song is infectious. The sound design is really clean. I definitely want to hear more from these two.

Futuristic Polar Bears, Sammy Boyle - Mind Reader

This song hits so hard after the drop. Definitely going to be a good song at festivals this year.

Stonebank, Nino Lucarelli - Strength Unknown

The vocals on this song are so catchy. I have found myself singing along a few times. The piano in the build up is a nice touch.

Sagan - Protocol

I love the breakbeat portions of this track so much. It makes me think of a lot of music I listened to in the early 2000s. The bass and melodies compliment each other so well and I love the constant manipulation the bassline undergoes.

Saint Punk - Closer Tonight

The haunting vocals are brilliant. The build ups and drops are so high energy every time the beat comes back it makes me want to start dancing.

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3TdUAbSLjoademX5SX0lWD?si=2sBfLWZwRJSe4Lb8W_9Wew


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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