DJ Killa Chris’s new playlist [CLICK HERE FOR PLAYLIST] of his top ten tracks for this week includes VNSSA & Lenny Kiser's "Cue The Rhythm" - and much more!
Aazar, Badjokes - Run For Cover - This song hits hard. It has a great blend of old school rave elements with a harsh driving bass and some killer buildups and breakdowns.
Wh0 - Better Day (feat. Nile Rodgers & Josh Barry) - This is a fun nu disco track. Any time Nile Rodgers is involved with a track you can bet it’s going to be well produced. Really cute vocals, I always enjoy love songs that find new ways to make you think of your significant other.
Space Laces - Dominate - This is the heaviest track I have enjoyed in a long while. If you listen to this on a good sound system the bass is going to make you shake.
Jason Ross, Blanke - One More Day (with Chandler Leighton) - I really like the wide range that you get with this track. In the beginning the vocals and piano draw you in, but the drop is insanely harsh.
Felix Da Housecat, Chris Trucher - I Discover - This is a really fun nu disco track. The bassline is so catchy don’t be surprised if you start spontaneously dancing when you listen to it.
RetroVision - To Be Alright - This is a solid nu disco track. Great production, arrangement, and it is so catchy.
DØ CHEF DØ, GC (Gate Citizens) - Do Me Like That - FootriX & Rizzla Remix - When the beat kicks in on this song there is so much energy I won’t be surprised to see this track pop up when festivals return.
VNSSA, Lenny Kiser - Cue The Rhythm - I love weird electro breakbeats and this track ticks all those boxes. If you like warbled basses and lots of glitched artifact sounds you will enjoy this song.
Daniel Blume, TCTS - Out Of Time - This deep house tune is well produced and has some really catchy vocals.
CloZee, Maddy O'Neal - Zest Please - This breakbeat tune has some really fun beats and the smooth bass lines might just get your head bobbing and feet moving.
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.
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