As summer kicks into high gear, the tech house scene is heating up with tracks that perfectly capture the season’s party vibe. This month’s chart feature brings you the latest releases designed to keep dance floors buzzing. From Dom Dolla‘s festival anthem “girl$” to Mitch Gilby’s uplifting “Sweet Love,” these tracks are set to become the soundtracks of summer gatherings. With a blend of new collaborations and fresh takes on classic sounds, the diversity in this selection promises something for every tech house enthusiast. Dive into these beats and let the summer celebrations begin.

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Here are the 15 Best Tech House Tracks of June 2024.

Dom Dolla – girl$ [Three Six Zero]

Dom Dolla’s new track “girl$” is a festival hit with its catchy chant, “Girls don’t need nobody.” Inspired by bad date stories, it’s all about enjoying your own company. Caitlin Stubbs’ vocals give it that extra punch. Perfect for the dance floor, “girl$” keeps Dom Dolla’s momentum strong in 2024​

Flashmob, Raumakustik – Club Talk [Toolroom]

Every now and then a collaboration comes along for Toolroom that makes total sense, and this is one of them. The record is a super fun house track. Fusing both artists styles with some tribal vocals thrown in for good measure, this is a sure fire dance floor heater.

MF Quinn – Desire [MF Quinn]

MF Quinn breathes new life into the golden era of tech house with his productions, seamlessly merging classic grooves with a contemporary edge. Desire comes from his debut EP, Bad Side, and is a masterful blend of sharp piano stabs, deep tech-inspired bass lines, and captivating vocal hooks.

Rovito & Nolin – Full Cycle (Basura Boyz Remix) [Unlearn]

Rovito & Nolin debut on Unlearn with “Full Cycle,” a moody tech-house track, remixed by Basura Boyz, known for a punchy tech-house style. Basura Boyz up the ante with this remix with chunky drums, an infectious shuffling groove and a steadily rising tension – one for the very darkest of basements.

Green Velvet, Marco Lys, Walter Phillips – Kiss From A Rose [Armada Subjekt]

This reimagining of Seal’s iconic hit is packed with groovy percussion and conga beats, which to be honest shouldn’t really work. In less experienced hands it might have been a disaster, but Green Velvet’s signature Chicago house sound meshes perfectly with Marco Lys’ dynamic production style, creating a track that’s both nostalgic and fresh. Walter Phillips’ vocals add an extra layer of depth.

CID, Shiba San, ALL U NEED – Bring It Back [Toolroom Trax]

CID and Shiba San team up under their new alias ALL U NEED for the track “Bring It Back.” This tech house banger, released on Toolroom Trax, combines Shiba San’s bass-heavy house style with CID’s unique drum grooves.

Joshwa – Mercy [Funfair]

The track is a rework of Duffy’s hit – possibly not the most obvious source of inspiration, but Joshwa absolutely smashes this. With its driving bassline and catchy hooks, “Mercy” showcases Joshwa’s ability to blend familiar melodies with fresh, high-energy production.

Mobb Deep, Nick Morgan – Shook Ones, Pt. III [Ultra]

Mobb Deep and Nick Morgan’s “Shook Ones, Pt. III” is a fresh take on the iconic “Shook Ones, Pt. II,” (if you don’t know – go educate yourself) blending Mobb Deep’s classic hip-hop vibes with Nick Morgan’s contemporary electronic style. Released under Ultra Records, the track infuses deep house and tech house elements with punchy results.

Massimo Lippoli – What Would We Do [Snatch!]

Massimo Lippoli is known for his dynamic sets and versatile production style, which seamlessly blends deep, groovy beats with energetic rhythms and What Would We Do continues to solidify his reputation. Sultry vocal? Check. Rolling drums. Sure! Another anthem in the making? Time will tell.

Miane, Eloise Keeble – Crocodile Tears [Nothing Else Matters]

Crocodile Tears showcases Miane’s signature warm and organic sound, combined with Eloise Keeble’s hypnotic vocal, and lands on Danny Howard’s Nothing Else Matters. Straddling tribal, tech and progressive influences, this is a surefire hit for 2024.

Sugartrane – Intoxicated [MONOSIDE]

Sugartrane has released music on notable labels such as Happy Techno, Whoyostro, Mood Funk, and Adesso Music. His latest track, “Intoxicated,” released on MONOSIDE, exemplifies his signature style with deep basslines and intricate melodies, making it a perfect addition to any tech house set​.

ABEL (UK) – Elusive [DFTD]

The London-based DJ, producer, and vocalist has previously garnered support from notable names like Pete Tong, MK, and Damian Lazarus and “Elusive” showcases ABEL’s signature style with its infectious beats and captivating melodies. Dark and moody, this is haunting, deep tech at its finest.

Marian (BR) – Mente Y Corazon [Moon Child]

This is released as part of the “Vibey Moods” compilation, which features vibrant summer-ready tunes curated by Sirus Hood and Manda Moor. “Mente Y Corazon” showcases Marian’s extraordinary talent with its deep, rhythmic beats and Latin vibes – perfect for the summer months.

Angel Heredia – Get Back [Techaway]

Over the years, Heredia’s music has gained recognition and support from top promoters and clubs, as well as appearances in renowned venues and festivals such as Industrial Copera, Fabrik, Razzmatazz, and Aquasella. His latest, Sweet Love, is rich and complex, with polyrhythms and intricate melodies and underpinned by punchy drums and hypnotic vocal chants.

Mitch Gilby – Sweet Love [Stereophonic]

Ending on an unashamedly uplifting note – it is party season after all – Mitch Gilby’s Sweet Love has echoes of classic Bob Sinclar records with just the right amount of low-end thud to make those sweet vocals all the more euphoric.

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