Dancefloor Bangers of 2017

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by ska invita, Dec 4, 2017.

  1. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    Big tunes of the year please!

    Have been very much on the house tip this year...my top 3 house tempo dancefloor favourites go:

    Scott Diaz - Deep Inside - Mad Villains Remix - perfect production, emotional banging garage
    Coen - Yellah - South African just drum badness!
    DJ Sneak, Demuir - Untouchable Funk - classic US funky house

    and fav DnB tune is
    Total Science - BIg Time Winners - oldskool sub heavy flavour but totally fresh

    fav Dub tune came out in 2016 but ill stick it in anyway
    Jerry Lionz ‎– Cyan Tan Ya - still cant get enough of this one
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2017
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  2. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    No one?

    Favourite bassline tune (actually its quite rave-garage-ey in between genres a bit)
    Shookz - Real Love
     
  3. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Most things I buy these days are re-issues or old, so I'm not too up on new releases.

    These were nice tho:

     
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  4. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

  5. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    Des
    Pa
    Cito....


    Its a catchy tune tbh.
    with its 4.5 billion youtube views now the most watched youtube song of all time!
    (supposedly that current top 10 is 1 Despacito 2 See You Again 3 Gangnam Style 4 Sorry 5 Uptown Funk 6 Shape of You 7 Masha and The Bear 8 Shake It off 9 Bailando 10 Sugar)
     
  6. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    Roots tunes of the year? sealion? ringo?

    Ive got
    great vocal - touch of Black Uhuru about it for me

    and this soundsystem cut
     
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  7. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

    It's always tough for me to decide, probably because i buy and listen to so much of it. However this one below sticks with me. A beautifull vocal version from Daba Makourejah and then Patrixx matix on the horns. Never failed to get the room going when iv'e played it out :cool:
     
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  8. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    try and pick a few please! i havent kept up to date and have missed lots
     
  9. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

    Got this on the same ridim
     
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  10. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

    :D
    Just in time, i have pulled a few boxes out :facepalm:
     
  11. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

  12. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

  13. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

    This is the b side of a vocal i liked, prefer this than the vocal now
     
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  14. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

  15. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

  16. sealion

    sealion Splish splash splosh

    Will be playing these 2 on new years eve although the second tune is not this years. Never fails :cool:


     
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  17. Spandex

    Spandex Well-Known Member

    Well, I’ve not stepped into a club all year (other than my 5 year old’s after school club) and mind twisting, face melting, ear bleeding bangers haven’t been my thing for a while, but here’s a few favourite tunes released in 2017:

    Long lost dub-techno track from Japanese producer who put some stuff out on Chain Reaction about 17 years ago finally getting a release (the whole album is great, but I forgot to vote for it in the AOTY poll):

    Shinichi Atobe – Regret (which isn’t at all banging, but stands up against any other dub techno release from the last 20 years).

    Best New Order song of 2017 that has nothing to do with New Order:

    Cold Cave – Glory (derivative? Yep. Brilliant? Yep)

    West African pop song of the year:

    Les Amazones d'Afrique – Dombolo (quite banging for this kind of thing)

    Goth-synthpop tune of the year:

    Sally Dige – Holding On (probably my favourite tune of the year; I’ve been digging goth-synthpop lately)

    But if it’s a proper club banger you’re after, how about some garage-hardcore-bassline?:

    Loom - Saturday Job At Laser Quest
     
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  18. passenger

    passenger up and down...

    Love this rocks the party

     
  19. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    this is lush - ta!
     
  20. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

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  21. toblerone3

    toblerone3 Grrrrr

  22. cybershot

    cybershot Well-Known Member

    New thread required?
     
  23. braindancer

    braindancer not for long



    Came across this beautiful beast while perusing some end of year lists. Holy shit what a tunes!
     
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  24. toblerone3

    toblerone3 Grrrrr

    Just beginning to find some good stuff from 2017 only now.
     
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  25. toblerone3

    toblerone3 Grrrrr

    and this....

     
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  26. sim667

    sim667 Licking windows on the 303 bus.

    Been all about Mikey B for me in 2017



    Absolutely rinsed this Brent Kilner x Zerg Bootleg too.

     
  27. toblerone3

    toblerone3 Grrrrr

    No one has posted Kah Lo's Fasta which contained nice sampling of Inner City Good Life and Azelia Banks and some colourful Doctor Martin's

     
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  28. nogojones

    nogojones Well-Known Member

  29. moody

    moody Being alive increases risk of death.

    loving the latest output by the Gorillaz, quite a catchy off-beat garage/funk type affair with nyc deep house/ garage legend on vocals, Peven Everett.

    called strobelite, check it.



    I would be all over this on the dancefloor.
     

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