Entries in The Galleria (3)
The Rock Candy blog over at Arkansas Times asked me to do a mix, so I shared some of my favorite dance tracks of 2015. Read the feature here.
- A. G. Cook - "What I Mean" [Annie Mac Presents]
- The Galleria - "Calling Card" [Environ Records]
- Tensnake - "In the End (I Want You to Cry) (Lone Remix)" [Running Back Records]
- Nozinja - "Xihukwani" [Warp Records]
- Project Pablo - "Sky Lounge" [1080p]
- Seaside Houz Boyz - "Deepness of X70002" [Hot Haus Recs]
- Morgan Geist - "Darkstar" [Environ Records]
- Koova - "In Search Of" [Central Processing Unit]
- Archie Pelago - "Clammy Customer" [Mister Saturday Night Records]
- Slam Skillet - "Connective" [Dirty//Clean]
- DJ Dotorado ft. DJ Teklas - "Drena" [Warp Records]
- Jubilee - "Jealous" [Mixpak Records]
- Model 500 - "Hi NRG" [Metroplex]
- Sega Bodega - "Sun Loop" [Activia Benz]
- Callosum - "Overture" [Car Crash Set]
- Plastician - "Sorcery" [Terrorhythm]
- Glacci - "Ember" [Heka Trax]
- The Phantom - "Complex City" [Silverback Recordings]
After three and a half years of keeping up a monthly dance chart, I've decided do a little re-branding. CLUB DRIVEL is now what I'm calling the chart, and it will double as a column. I was once an aspiring music writer, so this is something of a return to form for me. With all the hours I spend compiling these charts, I figure there's no reason not to spend a bit more time and write up each track. Write-ups should make the whole thing a bit more useful and visible, and that's a challenge I'm up for. It will be a work in progress for some time to come, but hopefully within a year's time, I will have many of the kinks worked out in terms of formatting, branding, etc.
I will continue posting playlists of the chart in the usual places (8tracks, Spotify, Resident Advisor, and Beatport). So if you're accustomed to streaming the chart, not much will change for you.
If you have followed my charts in the past, I ask that you please blast this around social media and help me get the word out. It would be much appreciated. And now, on with the show.
Full column after the jump.