The Best Techno Music of 2018

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If you’re a fan of techno music, then you’ll want to check out our list of the best techno tracks of 2018. From driving beats to atmospheric soundscapes, these tunes will keep you moving all night long.

The Best Techno Music of 2018

Techno music has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the 1980s. The genre has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years, with more and more people getting into the techno sound. 2018 was a great year for techno music, with a number of different artists and tracks released that are sure to get your feet moving. In this article, we’ll be counting down the best techno tracks of 2018.

Top Ten Techno Songs of 2018

10. “Obsessed” by mark fanciulli
9. “Equinox” by Enrico Sangiuliano
8. “Never the Same” by Tale of Us and minded
7. “Underground” by Pig&Dan
6. “Shape the Random”by Namito and Rummy Sharma
5. “Senso” by Stacey Pullen
4. “(По)мчимся на велосипеде)” by Nocow
3. “Tale of Us & Mano Le Tough – Vestiges Of You”
2. Mind Against – Strange Days
1. Maceo Plex – Solar Detroit

1. “We Will Rise” – Nicole Moudaber

Techno music is a genre of electronic music that is known for its heavy beats and dark atmosphere. Nicole Moudaber’s “We Will Rise” is a perfect example of this. The song starts with a heavy bassline that sets the dark and mysterious tone of the track. The melody is catchy and will stay in your head long after the song is over.

2. “The Journey” – Oliver Huntemann


Oliver Huntemann is a German DJ and producer who has been active on the techno scene since the early 1990s. He is well known for his dark, minimal style of techno, and his track “The Journey” is a perfect example of this sound. The track starts with a deep, rolling bassline that sets the mood for the journey ahead. The hypnotic rhythm is punctuated by sharp hi-hats and occasional bleeps, which add to the sense of forward motion. As the track builds, additional elements are introduced, including a haunting female vocal sample that adds an element of mystery. “The Journey” is an atmospheric track that will take listeners on a journey into the dark corners of their minds.

3. “Obsidian” – Monoloc

“Obsidian” is a song by German techno producer Monoloc. It was released on December 14, 2018, on Afterlife Recordings. The song features a dark and atmospheric sound, with heavy use of reverb and delay. “Obsidian” peaked at number four on the Beatport Techno chart.

4. “Rotunda” – Charlotte de Witte

One of Belgium’s most promising techno exports, Charlotte de Witte emerged in the early 2010s with a string of sturdy, floor-filling EPs. Born in Kortrijk and raised in Ghent, she first studied classical piano before turning her attention to electronic music production. After releasing her early singles on respected imprints like Turbo Recordings and Sleaze Records, de Witte issued her proper debut EP, The Healer, on drum’n’bass label Hospital Productions in 2015. The following year, she debuted on Joris Voorn’s Green label with another five-tracker, Welcome to the Jungle. That same year, she established her own imprint, KNTXT (pronounced “contact”), and used it as a platform to release music by fellow Ghent residents like Amelie Lens and I Hate Models. In 2017, de Witte was tapped to mix the fourth installment of the fabric Presents series; that same year, she released her second EP for Green as well as a split single with Dasha Rush on Figure SPC. In 2018, de Witte collaborated with Survey on an EP for Nigel Richards’ Tresor label entitled Sehnsucht.

5. “Nebula” – Alan Fitzpatrick

This is a brilliant track which kicks off with a vocal snippet, before the main melody comes in and takes over. The percussion is top-notch, as are the effects used throughout the track. It’s a real journey of a track, and one that will stay with you long after it’s finished.

6. “Lone Dancer” – Enrico Sangiuliano

If you want to hear some of the best techno music of 2018, look no further than Enrico Sangiuliano’s “Lone Dancer.” This track has it all: a throbbing bassline, warped synths, and gunshot-like percussion that will keep you dancing all night long.

7. “The Light” – Maceo Plex

Maceo Plex is the stage name of Eric Estornel, a Cuban-American DJ and producer of techno and house music. He is known for his “melodic” and “emotive” take on techno. He has released music on labels such as Ellum Audio, Crosstown Rebels, Drumcode, Kompakt and his own label, Ellum.

“The Light” is a song by Maceo Plex. It was released in 2018 on Ellum Audio.

8. “Bells of Revolution” – Rebekah

In techno music, a good drop is everything. And this song has one of the best drops of 2018. It’s a simple, effective beat that will get your head nodding and your feet moving. The rest of the song is good, too, but the drop is what makes it great.

9. “Trance Mutation” – Chris Liebing

Trance Mutation by Chris Liebing is one of the best techno tracks of 2018. The track is an energetic and driving techno track that features a huge bassline and catchy melodies. The track is perfect for dancing or for listening to at high volumes.

10. “Nova” – Pan-Pot

Nova by Pan-Pot is a great techno track that was released in 2018. The song has a dark and atmospheric feel to it, with a pounding bassline and synths that create a feeling of unease and tension. This is a great track to listen to if you want to get lost in the music and dance the night away.

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