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The 15 Best Melodic Techno Tracks Of February 2024

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Welcome to this monthly chart, where we identify and break down the top 15 melodic techno anthems.

February was stacked with high-energy tracks, hosting a ton of interstellar originals and remixes from household names in melodic techno and underground talent. Get ready to submerge yourself in a sonic journey through the latest hits within this genre.

Give The ‘Top Melodic Techno Tracks Of 2024’ Playlist A Follow And Keep Up With All The Latest And Greatest Releases From Labels Such As Afterlife, Siona Records, Armada, And More.

Abstraal, Jas/t – DISCONNECTED [ERRORR]

From legendary artist duo RUBACK, ERRORR is a rising label that is quickly taking the melodic techno scene by storm. In February, the imprint dropped its first compilation, ‘WRRONG TRACKS VA.’ While there are many mesmerizing tunes across this project, and features from the likes of Grigorè, PACS, SLVR, ZAC, and Curol, “DISCONNECTED” stands out as the cream of the crop. This spellbinding tune hints at the big year ahead for Abstraal and Jas/t.

Whoriskey – Chemical [VANDIT Alternative]

Hailing from the underground progressive circuit in Ireland, Whoriskey is gaining momentum due to his deep and alluring productions that fuse house and techno together. His anthems commonly encompass dreamy melodies, sharp synth stabs, and heavy basslines. Listen to “Chemical” and it will come as no surprise that Whoriskey has already received support from Solomun, Guy J, and Cristoph.

Marc DePulse – Slave [EXE AUDIO]

Just a few weeks after it release, Marc DePulse’s “Slave” is being rinsed by melodic techno on a global scale. You may know him from releases on Diynamic, Einmusika Recordings, SINCOPAT, and other respected labels. Dropped in conjunction with “Better Than That” as a double-single release, “Slave” weaves enchanting AI-female-esque vocals with dramatic builds and chilling effect that will send listeners into the future.

Innellea, Karin Park, Yubik – Tårar [PIAS Électronique]

Innellea’s debut album The Belonging is a transformative journey through personal crises, offering solace and encouragement to lean on one another. Released via Distorted Youth and PIAS Électronique, the album resonates with introspective tracks like “Silence” and collaborative efforts with Flowdan, Colyn, CamelPhat, and Monolink, culminating in a sonic exploration of self-discovery and resilience. Arguably the most gripping of the bunch is “Tårar” with Karin Park and Yubik.

Like Mike, BARELO, Space Child, HEREON – Memory [Smash The House, Tomorrowland Music]

Another massive debut album for the melodic techno and progressive space is HEREON, titled after Like Mike’s new musical project. This marks a huge milestone for Like Mike, releasing via Tomorrowland Music and showcasing collaborations with Silver Panda, Martin Trevy, Adam Sellouk, and Goom Gum, to name a few. “Memory” takes full control of mind, body, soul, radiating thrilling soundscapes and a powerful bassline.

iLee – Time Goes By [EXIT Soundscape]

Kicking off her project in 2022, iLee is rapidly expanding the influence of her music as each record she releases builds on the enchantment of its predecessor. “Time Goes By” continues this cycle, embracing an emotional vocal lead that is shrouded with hypnotic echoes. When the track reaches its pinnacle, iLee expertly descends her audience into an electrifying drop.

Stan Kolev – Connected [Outta Limits Recordings]

Miami-based DJ-producer hybrid Stan Kolev is one of the most well-respected veterans in the world of progressive. Carrying the torch for this sector of electronic music, he is the co-founder of Outta Limits Recordings and his music can be heard everywhere, from Porsche TV commercials to CSI: Miami. Like the dozens of Stan’s original tracks, “Connected” is riveting and withholds a sense of command over the dance floor.

Hugo Cantarra – Give It To Me [Siona Records]

Hugo Cantarra is holding it down for France’s when it comes to house and techo, boasting over 30 million streams on Spotify alone and 80-plus million YouTube views. This superstar has performed in over 30 countries, sharing stages with Fatboy Slim, David Guetta, and other legendary artists. “Give It to Me” is primed for its encompassing label, Siona Records, with deep vocal cuts and grimey waves of synths. It is paired with “Discopolis,” an equally mystifying track from Hugo.

Mary Mesk – Portal [Enormous Vision]

Rising from the electronic beacon of Brazil’s Sao Paulo, Mary Mesk fuses dance rhythms with driving basslines and ethereal melodies across each hit she releases. “Portal” is truly a portal to an alternate dimension, one rules by cinematic production and crisp percussion. She is definitely an artist to keep on your radar for the remainder of 2024.

Jonas Saalbach, Guzy – Take Me Away [Radikon]

Presenting a journey of spirited emotion, uplifting melodies, and captivating listeners worldwide, Jonas Saalbach has released music on premiere imprints, such as Bedrock and Einmusika. He is also the co-founder of successful label Radikon, along with Guzy. Together, their distinctive styles collide with passionate lyrics, resultiung in the beauty that is “Take Me Away.”

CamelPhat, RHODES – Home (Vintage Culture Remix) [When Stars Align]

Whether you are a fan of dance music or not, you most likely have heard the name Vintage Culture at one point in your life. The Brazilian artist is a musical god, continuing to prove his gifts in this alluring new remix of CamelPhat’s “Home,” from the UK duos 2023 sophomore album, Spiritual Milk. This remix is pure magic, retaining all the amazing components of the original and simultaneously turning up the energy dial.

Final Request – Iridium [Stil vor Talent]

Final Request is an adventure that will open you to new horizons. Similar to his other releases, “Iridium” separates its audience from reality and transmits them into the unknown. This tune is optimal for being paired with Afterlife visuals, and so is its counterpart single, “My World.” The track’s robotic atmospheres and analog vibrations hint at Final Request’s promising road ahead.

Andrewboy, RAIDON – Higher State [Siona Records]

The first piece of an EP on this month’s top anthems, “Higher State” is the highlight of Andrewboy’s three-track EP, Sign. This is another big win for Siona Records, as Andrewboy joins forces with RAIDON on two and teams up with Daniel Weirdo for the third. It is melodic techno at its finest: no words, just a gripping instrumental backed by illustrious sonic experimentation.

SKIY – Dream [A Bird Called Peter]

Since the beginning of her career, SKIY has ascended to the top of house and techno, specializing in progressive music. Earning a nomination for “Future Of Dance” from 1001Tracklists in 2022, she has graced the stages of the planet’s most celebrated venues and festivals, such as Ultra Europe and Ibiza’s Ushuaia. Her latest hit “Dream” seamlessly blends melodic techno with ethnic influences, paving the way for more to come.

Jay Ancor, MORVN – SIN TI [Self Release]

A match made in heaven, Jay Ancor and MORVN bridge mesmerizing Latin lyrics with a mind-bending progressive bassline in “SIN TI.” This song is an immersive experience that will elevate dance floors whenever it is played. Jay is one of Mexico’s most promising artists, with over 15 international releases and support from Tiësto, Benny Benassi, and Yves V, Delivering hits since 2017, MORVN is el capitán when placed behind the decks.

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