Top House Tracks December 2010

“My Slang” (Original Mix) by Subb-an [Culprit Records]
Culprit is home to some of the deepest, most visionary house music and “My Slang” is no exception. The bouncy bassline and warm chord stabs drive the track but the swirling, trippy vocals add a foreboding ambience. Subb-an should be rewarded for his brilliant subtlety in this early evening toe tapper. Buy now at
Subb-an – What I Do EP by culpritlosangeles

“Tu Apokalin” (Original Mix) by Nigel Bazeley [Dirty Deluxe Records]
The huge, deep, and thick bass will destroy any club with a solid system. The catchy, ethnic-flavored vocal make it memorable and the cleverly programmed percussive loops keep the momentum flowing. Buy now at
Nigel Bazeley-Tu Apokalin (Original Mix) available soon on Dirty Deluxe Records by DirtyDeluxeRecords

“Atlas” (Gui Boratto Remix) by Stephan Bodzin vs. Marc Romboy [Systematic Recordings]
In typical Boratto fashion, the focus here is on the viagra itself with very melodic guitar and synth elements and an uplifting chord progression. Fortunately, he never loses sight of the dance floor with a slapping kick and snare combo and a well-timed break that propels the track. Buy now at
Stephan Bodzin Vs. Marc Romboy – Atlas (Gui Boratto Remix) by systematicrecordings

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