Techno Airlines: Top 5 Tracks of the Week #009

The excitement of techno music never ends, and we have gathered the 5 hottest tracks of this week, just special for you.

The best way to impress listeners is to take them on a celestial musical journey that will let them out of this world. For this purpose, top 5 tracks uploaded to this week’s special channel by Techno Airlines editors, please stay tuned for more.


Eskuche (Feelings | Andrew Kay Remix) | Eskuche is known for his signature house cuts characterised by growling basslines and resonating drum pattern and despite operating very much within the genre of house, his back catalogue is diverse enough that he often plays sets made up almost entirely of his own productions.

Night Stories feat Eleonora(Among the Stars| Original Mix) | These tracks by this brand-new band that sure will have their time on the dance floor with powerful bass lines and magical vocals and melodies that will transport you very far into space.

Juliet Sikora & Tini Gessler(Mandala Acid) | Speed of light is calling, now it’s time to buckle up. Be ready for female power with Juliet Sikora’s and Tini Gessler’s “Mandala Acid” which drives not only the sound forward. Deception or truth. Truth or deception. The conspirators move on, deep into the dark side. May the light be with you.

Lil’M & Jok & Niki4(Acid Altai) | Acid Altai is the excellent opener. It has a bendy bassline that wraps around and between the deep kicks, while an ever more manic acid line grows in stature. Clattering percussion brings movement and keeps you locked in for what is a tense ride. Add in some dark spoken word vocals and you have a classy track designed to blow up darkened warehouses.

Argy (Ketuvim | Ae:ther Remix) | Argy drops the third, and final, part of his ‘Interior Journey Remixes’… It may be often said, but when it comes to Argy ‘saving the best till last’ is most certainly true. After a monster year that saw him release the critically-acclaimed ‘Interior Journey’ album, which included the breakout single ‘Ketuvim’, the mercurial producer now brings the project to a fitting finale with a full release dedicated to the club smash.