The Top Techno Music of 2014

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A look at the top techno music of 2014. These are the tracks that got us moving and shaking on the dance floor.


Techno music first appeared in Detroit, Michigan in the 1980s. It is a type of electronic dance music that is characterized by a strong beat, often created using a drum machine. This beat is usually accompanied by synthesizers and sometimes vocals. Techno music has become increasingly popular over the years, and there are now many subgenres, such as acid techno, hard techno, and minimal techno.

Top Techno Songs of 2014

Research shows that Techno music can have a positive effect on the brain. The genre is said to increase productivity, focus, and even promote healing. The top Techno songs of 2014 are a perfect way to get your day started off right, or to get through that afternoon slump.

“#selfie” by The Chainsmokers

The Chainsmokers are an American DJ duo, consisting of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. Their 2014 single “#selfie” reached number 16 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“Animals” by Martin Garrix

Martin Garrix’s “Animals” was one of the top techno songs of 2014. The song was released in 2013, but it wasn’t until 2014 that it started to gain mainstream popularity. The song is characterized by its catchy melody and hard-hitting bassline.

“Bass Face” by Skism

“Bass Face” is a song by English dubstep and drum and bass producer Skism. The song was released as a single on 9 December 2013 on Never Say Die Records. It peaked at number 10 on the UK Dance Chart.

“Bullit” by Watermät

Watermät is a French DJ who released “Bullit” in 2014. The song was a huge success, reaching #1 on the Beatport charts and becoming one of the most popular techno songs of the year. “Bullit” is a driving, energetic track with a catchy melody and a signature Watermät sound.

“Collapse” by Blasterjaxx

Released in July of 2014, “Collapse” is a perfect example of the raw energy and rhythmic intensity that has come to define Blasterjaxx’s sound. An undeniable festival anthem, the track features a thumping bassline, laser-like synths, and hard-hitting drums that combine to create a truly exhilarating listening experience. With its high-octane production and infectious hooks, “Collapse” is sure to get any crowd moving.


Techno music has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the Detroit underground scene of the 1980s. Today, it is one of the most popular genres of electronic dance music, and artists from all over the world are creating cutting-edge tracks that push the boundaries of the genre.

2014 was a great year for techno music, with a number of fantastic tracks being released by both established artists and up-and-coming talents. In this article, we count down our top 10 techno tracks of 2014.

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