The Best Techno Remixes of 2010

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A look at the best techno remixes of 2010. From original tracks to popular songs, these are the best of the best.


2010 was a big year for techno music, with a number of big name artists releasing new albums and singles. But it was also a great year for remixes, with a number of fantastic remixes being released by both unknown and up-and-coming producers.

In no particular order, here are 10 of the best techno remixes of 2010:

1. Kaskade – “Dynasty” (Noel Sanger Remix)
2. Deadmau5 – “Strobe” (Michael Woods Remix)
3. Swedish House Mafia – “One” (Congorock Remix)
4. Tiesto – “Speed Rail” (TJR’s Techno Bootleg Remix)
5. Skrillax – “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” (Dirtyphonics Remix)
6. Chase & Status feat. Mala Rodriguez – “No Problem” (Chase & Status VIP Remix)
7. Rusko – “Hold On” (Sub Focus Remix)
8. Above & Beyond vs. Kyau & Albert – “Anphonic” (Arty Remix)
9. Nero – “Me and You” (DJ Green Lantern Remix)
10. La Roux – “In for the Kill” (Skream’s Let’s Get Ravey Remix)

What is a techno remix?

Techno remixes are a type of remix that focus on the techno genre of music. Techno is a genre of electronic dance music that emerged in the early 1990s. It is characterized by a repetitive 4/4 beat and often has a fast tempo.

The best techno remixes of 2010

2010 was a great year for techno music, with plenty of excellent tracks getting the remix treatment. Here are our picks for the best techno remixes of 2010.

1. “We Are Your Friends” by Justice vs. Simian (Riva Starr Remix)

This remix takes the classic Justice track and gives it a new twist, adding in a catchy synth line and some hard-hitting drums. The result is a track that’s perfect for getting the party started.

2. “Innercity Life” by Goldfish (Crazy P Remix)

Crazy P turn Goldfish’s already excellent track into a nu-disco masterpiece, complete with a throbbing bassline and some gorgeous synth work. It’s the perfect track for getting your groove on.

3. “Right Here Right Now” by Fatboy Slim (Funkagenda Remix)

Funkagenda take Fatboy Slim’s iconic track and give it a funky makeover, complete with a funky bassline and some clever vocal samples. It’s guaranteed to get you moving.

4. “I Feel Love” by Donna Summer (Danny Tenaglia Remix)

Danny Tenaglia gives Donna Summer’s classic track a new lease of life, adding in some pounding drums and a thumping bassline. It’s the perfect track for any disco lover out there.

5. “Bolero” by Ravel (James Holden Remix)

Why these remixes are the best of 2010

Techno music is a broad genre that can be hard to define, but if there’s one thing that all techno has in common, it’s that it’s meant to make you dance. And when a DJ or producer takes a original track and gives it their own spin, it can result in something truly special.

That’s why we’ve compiled a list of what we think are the best techno remixes of 2010. These tracks took the original songs and added something new, whether it’s a different perspective, more energy, or just a different groove. So turn up the volume and get ready to move!

2010 was a great year for techno music, with established artists like Richie Hawtin and Carl Cox continuing to deliver top-notch performances and new talents like Nicole Moudaber and Dubfire making their mark on the scene. But it was also a year for remixes, with producers taking existing tracks and giving them new life.

In no particular order, here are our picks for the best techno remixes of 2010:

1. “Lola” by Carl Cox (Richie Hawtin Remix)
2. “Destroy She Said” by Nicole Moudaber ( original mix)
3. “In Silence” by Dubfire (Ricardo Villalobos Heshessian approach)
4. “Do It Again” by Pig & Dan ( original mix)
5. “Bleep!” By John Acquaviva & Olivier Giacomotto (Tech-No-Logic Remix)


In conclusion, the best techno remixes of 2010 were a varied and interesting bunch. From the funky and soulful to the dark and brooding, there was something for everyone. The standouts were undoubtedly Riva Starr’s “I Believe in You” and M.A.N.D.Y.’s “Body Language”, but there were many other great tracks released throughout the year.

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