Techno Airlines: Top 5 Tracks of the Week

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.

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Phoenix Movement (Spacewalker) | With its building momentum and energy, ‘Nova [EP]’ will crown his incontestable success just after his sensational recent originals and remixes that have been hooked in the top of the Beatport techno charts for a long time this year.

Rauschhaus & Adrinalin (Nanda) | ‘Nanda‘ is a richly layered track with shiny chords and broad, sweeping pads. The rolling drums lock you in, while the emotions build and build through the elegant keys. It manages to be both driving yet delicate, physical yet emotional, with a graceful groove and heady melodies. Back in weeks, Miss Monique had an attempt to perform this on her set in Tel Aviv.

Legroni & Seasoul(Fairy Tale) | ‘Fairy Tale‘ is a majestic melodic house single that develops in patient, seductive layers. It has molten chords and organic percussion over rolling drums that elevate mind, body and spirit. A tender, spine tingling vocal is the real icing on the cake.

Arude & Sincz(Become Immortal And Then Die) | Stylistically, the original is an innovative hybrid, fusing SANDHAUS’ XX-like vocals with Arude & Sincz powerful production that deftly walks the line between indie and melodic techno. In order to broaden its deserved appeal, the guys hit upon inviting Berlin’s Namito to remix the track in his deeper, organic-tinged vibe. You can see their first performance with the track below.

Sarcasmo (Hold On) | This is the first track of his fresh label. ‘Hold On‘ is a driving track with epic prog chords. The synths are bright, the keys pixelated and the kicks packed with future power. The whole thing is designed to sweep up large crowds and is designed with plenty of deft skills. This is a superb first tune on this new label.