Task Horizon September 2020 Chart

Task_Horizon DJ Chart

1. Task Horizon – Flame Fetish (V.I.P)
2. Magnetude – Valhalla
3. Killbox – Epicentre
4. Task Horizon – Legacy
5. Magnetude – Trail of Tears
6. Disaszt & The Clamps – Popcorn Machine
7. Task Horizon – Drowning in Fire (Malux Remix)
8. Task Horizon (feat. Spyda) – Shattered Self (V.I.P)
9. Ekwols – Runes
10. Total Science, Break – Dog’s Dinner (Mefjus Remix)

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At Last! Beatport Recognizes Dance-Pop As a Genre

TOKiMONSTA

While DJs have been able to find some fairly niche categories on Beatport, dance-pop (or electro-pop) has always been served short shrift from the service — until now.

After expanding its techno category in february to include Techno [Peak Time/Driving/Hard] and Techno [Raw/Deep/Hypnotic], the U.S. based online music store will now include dance-pop as a genre category.

Related: Twin Power: Meet Electronic-Pop Duo MYNTH [VIDEO]

Obligatory press release gush from Raphael Pujol, Head of Curation: “It’s always a great feeling when the community embraces the changes and improvements we want to make on our store. Much of the modern Electro Pop has been archived into Electronica over the years. Now, we’re expanding the scope of Dance to give this sound a proper home. We are very happy to bring Electro Pop on board as the amalgamation of electronic dance music and Pop has become increasingly evident over the years, with dance-oriented music entering the mainstream.”

Obligatory press release gush from TOKiMONSTA (pictured above): “I’m happy to see Beatport expand their categories to be more inclusive of styles of music that can’t easily be searched.”

To promote the addition of the new category to its store, Beatport is planning to host a global dance-pop live stream event on Twitch in the coming weeks.

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DJ Wank September 2020 Chart

DJ Wank chart

1. DJ Wank – What Are You Raving About? (Hydraulix Records)
2. Ramon Tapia & Kai Tracid – 303 State (Say What?)
3. DJ Wank – Adamantium Core (Elektrax Recordings)
4. ASYS – The Acid (T78 Remix) (Fe Chrome)
5. DJ Dextro – Rave On (Suara)
6. DJ Wank – Interruption (Physical Techno Recordings)
7. Uncertain – Spank (GND Records)
8. Raffaele Attanasio – Oni (Involve Records)
9. Ramiro Lopez – Ouh Mama (Odd Recordings)
10. Ad Nauseam – The Outer Limits 2020 (Tension Music)

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Yolcu September 2020 Chart

Yolcu

1. Max Cooper – Cyclic – MESH
2. Mouse on Mars – Lichter – Infinite Greyscale
3. Björk – Quicksand – One Little Independent Records
4. Atoms for Peace – Unless – XL Recordings
5. Caterina Barbieri – Pinnacles of You – Editions Mego
6. Moderat – Rusty Nails – BPitch Control
7. Barker – Posmean – Ostgut Ton
8. Clark – Beacon – Warp
9. Holly Herndon – Interference – 4AD
10. Colin Stetson – Like Wolves on the Fold – 52hz

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