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Written by Josie Roberts Published on Bring the club to you with this playlist of the best in house, techno and electronic music. Some of life's greatest moments are those spent on a dancefloor and there's no doubt that many of us could do with a few hours in a club right now.
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Skip navigation! Story from Music. There are few things in the world as fun as totally letting go and dancing. Of course, dancing requires good music. You can't break it down to slow, moody music — unless you've got moves like Solange or Janet Jackson. For the rest of us, a dance party requires upbeat dance tunes. You need songs that you can't help but move to. Songs that make you start swaying in your seat. Songs that make you feel like you've got to hit the floor. Maybe you're planning a party , your wedding day is around the corner , or you just like to have great music to rock out to when you're home alone.

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Written by Josie Roberts Published on Bring the club to you with this playlist of the best in house, techno and electronic music.

Some of life's greatest moments are those spent on a dancefloor and there's no doubt that many of us could do with a few hours in a club right now. This On The Floor playlist is a celebration of all things dance music, pulling together tracks from the past few years that have shaped club music in scenes around the globe.

Want fist-bumping bangers to get your blood surging? Spaced-out melodies to escape into? Or a comforting old favourite to groove along to and inspired nostalgia? Find it all here, as well as fresh new music from some of the most exciting producers around. Below, we round up some of the most recent additions, including a drum 'n' bass classic, some moody techno and an 'avant-dancehall' remix. Check out our On The Floor playlist below:.

Orbital — Belfast. We kick things off with a classic, lifted from the heady days of rave and the debut album from UK duo Orbital. Bright synth squiggles and a heavenly chorus sample elevate its gently, skittery techno momentum before drifting off into a weightless expanse. SNO and Mr. Scruff play at Soup Kitchen. Scruff — Kalimba. Manchester, UK mainstay Mr. Scruff is one of those artists whose musical world knows no borders. As both DJ and producer, he threads in funk, jazz, hip-hop, disco, house and, well, you name it, to create ebullient tracks that are impossible to sit still to.

Kalimba, taken from his brilliant album Ninja Tuna released, appropriately enough, on the long-running Ninja Tune label is one such record, jumbling together Afrobeat, a funky bassline, strings and groovily syncopated percussion. HAAi — Be Good. Her label Coconut Beats is a treasure trove of textures, sound recordings and samples collected from far-flung corners of the world and worked into hybrid dancefloor weapons.

Be Good, from , is one of her earliest releases on the imprint — a chugging, psychedelic anthem that builds over layers of clattering percussion, soft vocals and bass distortion. Special Request — Panaflex Sunrise. Over seven months, he released a staggering four albums that veered across everything from blistering hardcore to spacey electro-funk and beyond. Aparde — Tar.



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