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The 15 Best Melodic Techno Tracks Of March 2024

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

March 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.

Argy – Collision [Afterlife]

Kicking off March’s selections is this incredible anthem from melodic techno legend Argy. Out of 14 tracks on his recently release album, New World, “Collision” is arguably the most mesmerizing, overflowing with spacey atmospheres, beautiful vocal echoes, and an expertly crafted bassline. While the album should be listened to in its entirety, other Magnetic favorites are “Dreamstates,” “Faust,” “No One’s Coming,” “Aria,” and “Higher Power”.

Meyer – The Reckoning (Nihil Young Remix) [ETERNAL Recordings]

Nihil Young, celebrated for his expressive and captivating soundscapes, seamlessly blends deep melodies with unpredictable journeys in electronic music. With releases on esteemed labels like Purified, Odd One Out, and Realm, he has reigned in support from various greats, such as Paul Van Dyk, Tiësto, and Above & Beyond.

 One of his enchanting projects, Nihil flips Meyer’s “The Reckoning” into an explosive and sonically tasteful remix.

OËSHA AND CYANTIST – Comsmic Cruise [Where The Heart Is]

David Hohme’s Where The Heart Is took a short hiatus throughout the back half of 2023, if only to prep for a massive string of heaters to drop, and the latest release, a collaboration between Oësha and Cyantist, proves that this label isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

With heavy melodies and a driving bass line, this track is club-ready, punchy, and packs a massive punch that just needs to be listened to. So check it out! 

Who Else, SAFY, MESH (SA) – Attraction [Lelantus Records]

From the mind of rising South American DJ-producer Paulo Malde, better known as Who Else, “Attraction” is a collaboration that challenges listeners to dive deep into the recesses of their mind for a sonic journey. Teaming up with SAFY and MESH on the track, “Attraction” sheds light on the future of melodic techno, forged by artists that every electronic music fan should have on their radar.

Mahmut Orhan – Ederlezi [Ultra Records]

Turkish superstar artist Mahmut Orhan is piping hot off one of Ultra Miami 2024’s top performances, in sync with the release of his long-awaited debut album, Pangea. Speaking on this groundbreaking project, Mahmut shared, “Wherever I go, I try to take inspiration from the cultures I find interesting and integrate their elements into my work. My debut album ‘Pangea’ is a symbol of the coming together of diverse influences and cultures from across the world in one body of work.” 

EarthLife – Trasporto [Spectrum]

An optimal match for a trailblazing label such as Spectrum, EarthLife’s “Trasporto” is riveting and powerful, something its audience can lose themselves in.

Trasporto translates to transit or transport in English, precisely what this song does. Built from a culmination of deep, plucky leads and dramatic progressive sequences, this tune sends listeners into the aural unknown.

Hugo Cantarra, ZAC, Lazarusman – Validate Yourself [Zerothree Music]

Bringing more of the grooviness factor into the fold, “Validate Yourself” is a solid addition to this month’s selects. It has a commanding vocal that drives home a message of guidance, self-confidence, determination, and more throughout the track. As soon as you see that the well-respected acts of Hugo Cantarra, ZAC, and Lazarusman are the joint creators of this song, it is obviously a must-have in your playlist.

Pretty Pink – Fine Day [DPWDS]

With so many “It’s A Fine Day” remixes and renditions over the years, it can be tough to stand out. Making a new version of this iconic song written by English poet and musician Edward Barton (and recorded in acapella in 1983 by Jane) can be somewhat intimidating, as it is important to serve the original justice. 

Pretty Pink has made the melodic techno community proud, via her all-around well-structured reinvention, “Fine Day.” This is a great one for amateur and professional DJs to put on their next setlist.

Leblanc – Eternal Blood [Self-Release]

Dark and mysterious, these two descriptors go hand-in-hand with melodic techno. Leblanc is a gifted artist who specializes and bridging the gap between electronic and symphonic music. Dark, mysterious, electronic, and symphonic, are all words that would correctly sum up his latest masterpiece, “Eternal Blood.”

It has opera-based vocals, intense layers of violin, crisp percussion, and a melting pot of other components that can only be fully grasped when listening to it.

Cherry (UA) – Silent [Siona Records]

Ukrainian DJ and producer Oleh Cherkes, aka Cherry, has consistently built momentum since launching his project in 2018. He is a regular on Siona Records; one listen to “Silent” and it is easy to understand why. The pinnacle of this track is its vocal: a seductive female lead that is complemented by the soft yet energetic instrumental that surrounds it.

Rune Noire – Game [Pattern]

Having garnered recognition from esteemed artists including Dosem, Tritonal, Cosmic Gate, Armin van Buuren, and Above & Beyond, among others, duo Rune Noire emerges as a standout talent to watch. Their latest offering, “Game,” released on Pattern, follows their previous successes on labels like Anjunabeats and Deepstate. 

A captivating progressive house anthem, “Game” features ethereal atmospheres, resonant percussion, and a trance-like vocal lead, earning support from renowned radio stations such as Future Sound Of Egypt (FSOE).

Anyma, Rebūke, Karin Park – Hear Me Now [Interscope Records]

Anyma has not only taken over the melodic techno scene in recent years, but is starting to dominate electronic music as a whole. Joining forces with fellow artist Rebūke and gifted singer-songwriter Karin Park, “Hear Me Now” is an audiovisual spectacle. It is emotional and dense with futuristic soundscapes, a major highlight of Anyma’s Genesys II album, which is just as mystifying as its predecessor that dropped in 2023. 

Witnessing “Hear Me Now” performed by Anyma live, most likely at an Afterlife show, should be on everyone’s bucket list.

Mariz – Together [Transensations Records]

When it comes to being ridiculously underrated in today’s melodic techno and progressive circuit, Mariz fits the bill. This artist’s signature sound is hypnotic and refined, leading to releases on premiere labels like Running Clouds and Warung Recordings, along with support from Tale Of Us, Kevin de Vries, and more. “Together” is an ethereal track that weaves robotic lyrics and sounds throughout. Another March anthem from Mariz that we suggest queuing up is “Just A Dream.”

Enamour, Paraleven – Rune [Rose Avenue]

It is an honor to feature the latest collaboration from Enamour and Paraleven, “Rune,” which explores uncharted sonic territory and spreads the contagion to dance. There is no better home for this track than Rose Avenue Records, founded by historic musical pioneers RÜFÜS DU SOL. “Rune” is a piece of a two-track EP, and while it is the lead single, its counterpart “Can’t Stay” featuring ALLKNIGHT is empowering and melodically proficient.

Volaris, Cammie Robinson – Love To Give [mau5trap]

In 2022, Volaris emerged onto the electronic music scene with “Through The Night,” backed by Armada and endorsed by John Summit, igniting a path of sonic exploration. “Slow Motion” marked Volaris as the inaugural artist on Summit’s Off The Grid Records, setting the stage for relentless innovation. 

With a growing portfolio, including standout tracks like “Tygar” and “Purple Skies,” Volaris’ magnetic sound captivates audiences worldwide, showcased at revered venues and festivals. Now, in 2024, he continues expanding his influence with “Love To Give,” encompassing breathtaking vocals from Cammie Robinson, who has earned support from Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, CamelPhat, and more throughout her career.

CamelPhat – In Your Eyes (KILL SCRIPT Remix) [When Stars Align/The Nations]

There were simply too many phenomenal tracks from CamelPhat’s Spiritual Milk (The Remixes) compilation for us not to include one. After featuring Vintage Culture’s rendition of “Home” in February, KILL SCRIPT has presented a massive remix of “In Your Eyes” for March’s roundup. 

This remix takes everything that is alluring and stunning about the original and doubles down on it, bringing the tune to the next level.


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