Boom – and that’s summer! Well, if you live in the top half of the planet anyway. If so, you’re likely looking forward to a few al fresco raving experiences – and we have quite the selection of tech house thumpers for you. And even if you have no plans to go outside, the following will soundtrack your month very nicely regardless. If these don’t get you moving, there really is no hope I’m afraid.

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

Mene – Out Of That [Desolat]

This hits hard with a blend of deep house and techno vibes. It’s got a punchy bassline, sharp percussion, and airy synths that keep the track grooving. Perfect for those late-night sessions.

R3WIRE, NuKey – For The Love [Seeing Is Believing]

Stripped-down, restrained simplicity here – until you reach that epic breakdown, which if you’re not careful will melt your face. A truly epic record destined of the very biggest of stages over the coming months.

n808, GOLES – Caddy [DIRTYBIRD]

DIRTYBIRD rarely fail to deliver records that have a little something extra about them, and this is no exception. Weirdly haunting and atmospheric yet with an undeniable punch, Caddy works in pretty much every scenario imaginable.

Max Styler – Lights Out [Experts Only]

Max Styler’s “Lights Out” is a tech house banger packed with a rolling bassline and hypnotic vocals. Perfect for main stage sets, it combines dark, European club vibes with Styler’s signature energy. This track made waves at Miami Music Week.

Joshwa – Get Stupid [No Bad Fridays]

A tech house jam that’s all about bringing the energy. Kicking off his new label, No Bad Fridays, this track features a thumping bassline and fun vocal hooks that are sure to light up any dance floor. Paired with another track, “Lluvia,” it’s a solid start for the label. The track has already been picked up by big names like John Summit and Chris Lake.

Jewel Kid, Low Steppa – Big Busta [Toolroom]

A tech house track brimming with energy and attitude. Featuring slamming drums, an insatiable groove, and cheeky vocals. Released under the always impressive Toolroom Records, it has been making quite an impression, especially after its debut during Miami Music Week. “Big Busta” is bustin out.

Shiba San, FOOLiE – Desire [Basement Leak]

Dropping on Basement Leak, this track mixes a heavy bassline with catchy vocal samples. Shiba San’s signature sound meshes perfectly with FOOLiE’s fresh touch – “Desire” absolutely delivers the goods. Not surprising when you consider the calibre of who’s involved.

Hotswing – El Ritmo [OFF FIRE]

Hotswing, that maestro of funky beats and slick rhythms, brings his A-game again. “El Ritmo” is a tech house banger that’s all about vibes and grooves. Dropping on OFF FIRE, this track is a full-on party starter with a driving bassline that’ll get your head bobbing in no time.


With a solid background in blending deep grooves and punchy, tough drums GENESI (ITA) continues to make a mark in the electronic music scene. “Push Me” is a prime example of his style, offering a mix of thumping bass and engaging hooks. This one is a must-hear.

Jennifer Lopez, FISHER (OZ) – Waiting For Tonight [Catch & Release]

There’s probably only one producer who has the clout needed to pull of a collab like this at the moment. Jennifer Lopez and FISHER (OZ) have teamed up to reimagine the iconic 90s hit “Waiting For Tonight”, and the results are big! This one went straight to the top of the Beatport chart – don’t expect it to leave any time soon.


AMEME’s “ATALAKOU” is a standout track from his latest EP, released on Chris Lake’s Black Book Records, infused with Afro-house elements, and showcasing AMEME’s signature sound. “ATALAKOU” features driving drums, hypnotic melodies, and airy vocal chants. The EP also includes “Torero,” which pairs bold brass instruments with punchy percussion, delivering a breezy summer vibe.

Frank Storm, Francis De Simone – Quarterback [Solid Grooves]

Frank Storm, with a history of releases on labels like Hottrax and Solid Grooves, and Francis De Simone, known for his work on Hot Creations and other prominent labels, combine their talents to deliver a track that’s a real standout. Expect big summer things from this in the coming months.

Deeper Purpose – Lemonade [IN 2 DEEP]

Deeper Purpose drops a killer cut “Lemonade” under his own imprint, IN 2 DEEP. This single is a blend of his signature sound, featuring tantalizing theatrical vocals and a groovy beat that’s sure to catch your ear. Launching IN 2 DEEP marks a significant milestone for the London-based producer, who aims to celebrate originality in his music and “Lemonade” is already making waves.

Ricky Paes – Joint [Safe Underground]

Paes, a Brazilian producer, showcases his ability to blend rhythmic beats with vibrant, cultural influences, delivering a track that ticks all the tech house boxes.

MK, Asal – She’s In The Club [Columbia]

This track – featuring the sultry vocals of 20-year-old Iranian singer Asal, alongside the legendary production prowess of MK – made a significant impact when it debuted on the mainstage at EDC Las Vegas. Expect to be hearing this one pretty much everywhere for some time to come.

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